Kate Mulgrew

Personal Information
Kate Mulgrew (Katharine) made television history by creating the role of Captain Kathryn Janeway on “Star Trek: Voyager,” the first female commander ever to guide a Star Trek vessel (for which she received a 1998 Golden Satellite Award for Best Performance by an actress in a Television Series and a Saturn Award for Best Genre TV actress). Born and raised in Dubuque, Iowa, Ms. Mulgrew was the oldest girl in a family of eight. At age 17, she traveled to New York City in order to study with acting guru Stella Adler. Kate soon created the unforgettable role of Mary Ryan in the ABC daytime drama, Ryan’s Hope, while simultaneously making her stage debut as Emily in Our Town at the American Shakespeare Festival. Other television credits include leading roles in “Mrs. Columbo,”“Kate Loves A Mystery,” “Heartbeat,” “Cheers,” and a guest appearance on “Murphy Brown” for which she won the Tracey Humanitarian Award. No stranger to motion pictures, Ms. Mulgrew starred in several feature films including Love Spell: Isolt of Ireland (with Richard Burton), A Stranger in Watching (with Rip Torn), The Manions of America (with Pierce Brosnan), Throw Mama From the Train (with Danny DeVito and Billy Crystal) and Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins. A veteran of numerous theatrical productions, Ms. Mulgrew is most happy to return to the stage, having made her Broadway debut in the Peter Shaffer play Black Comedy (with Nancy Marchand and Peter MacNichol). Other stage credits include starring roles in Titus Andronicus at the NYSF Delacorte, The Film Society by Jon Robin Baitz at LA Theatre Center, What The Butler Saw at La Jolla Playhouse, Hedda Gabler and Measure for Measure at the Mark Taper Forum. She is the mother of two sons, Ian and Alec Egan, and is married to Tim Hagan.

Production Theatre Opened Credit
1 The Half-Life of Marie Curie Minetta Lane Theatre 11/19/2019 Hertha Ayrton
2 Somewhere Fun Vineyard Theatre 06/04/2013 Rosemary Rappaport/Grandma/Dr. Hicks
3 Love, Loss, and What I Wore Westside Theatre/ Downstairs 10/01/2009 N/A REPLACEMENT
4 Edward Albee's The American Dream and The Sandbox Cherry Lane Theatre 04/01/2008 Mommy (American Dream) / Mommy (Sandbox) REPLACEMENT
5 Iphigenia 2.0 Peter Norton Space 08/26/2007 Clytemnsetra
6 Our Leading Lady New York City Center/ Stage II 03/15/2007 Laura Keene
7 Tea at Five Promenade Theatre 03/09/2003 Katharine Hepburn
8 Titus Andronicus Delacorte Theater 08/04/1989 Tamora
Award Production Function
1 WON 2008 Obie Award, Performance Iphigenia 2.0 Actor
2 NOMINATED 2007 Drama League Award, Distinguished Performance Our Leading Lady Actor
3 NOMINATED 2003 Lucille Lortel Award, Outstanding Lead Actress Tea at Five Actor
4 NOMINATED 2003 Outer Critics Circle Award, Outstanding Solo Performance Tea at Five Actor