Katrina Ferguson is an actor, photographer, vegetarian, yoga practitioner and gourmet chocolate enthusiast! Originally from Australia, Katrina has called the U.S. home for over 30 years. In Sydney, she trained at Ensemble Studios, then continued her studies in NY, (New Actors Workshop; NY Shakespeare Festival Lab; Sonia Moore).

Katrina was named Best Actress at the Dorset Theatre Festival for her portrayal of Eleanor of Aquitaine

in THE LION IN WINTER: received a NJ FOOTLIGHTS Award for MASTERCLASS, playing Maria Callas; and was nominated for a BROADWAY WORLD Award for Lady Bracknell in THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST.

She has appeared Off-Broadway, and at regional theatres, performing leading roles in comedies and dramas. Katrina toured the U.S. with The National Shakespeare Company, and spent ten Holiday Seasons traveling Europe with American Drama Group’s production of A CHRISTMAS CAROL.

Behind the footlights she serves on the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Committee at Actors’ Equity and is creating the event A STAGE OF HER OWN, for Women’s History Month, 2017. A founding member of The Australia New Zealand Artists’ Alliance (ANZAA), Katrina was Executive Producer of The Oceania Arts Festival in New York, featuring over 30 antipodean artists. She also founded The Career Group, a career development program for actors and in a former life Katrina traveled the world as an international model.

"What impressed was her ability in segueing from role to role" 
Alvin Klein – The New York Times

 "…making a strong impression is Katrina Ferguson...
who has a marvelous stage precence."

Peter Filichia – Newark Star Ledger

"…the spiciest character in the play, Celia, Katrina Ferguson is a real live wire

and generates some of the biggest laughs…

it is a delicious pleasure to watch her in such a sassy, sexy role."

"Excellent performance. Katrina Ferguson brings high energy
and finely honed comic sensibilities to the production."   

Debra Scacciaferro – The Daily Record

"Amazingly sharp performance…
easily mastering every nuance of the script."

 Bob Rose – The Post Star

"Ferguson [has] subtle gestures, facial expressions and a voice
that pours rich, thick cream onto the surface of anything
she wants to coast on. It’s a beautiful performance
right up to the final moments of the play..."

J. Peter Bergman - The Berkshire Eagle   

Katrina Ferguson