Kitty Ostapowicz has been a New York based actor for the last 10 years, bridging the transition from stage work into film, television, and commercials. She’s worked her way though the ranks of background on just about every show filming in New York, and has been featured in shows like NBC’s American Oddysey, and Law & Order: SVU.
She’s starred in and produced numerous independent films, including the soon to be released Meme, and already released Time Signature, both directed by Sean Mannion who focuses on strong female driven screenplays. Principal filming on the upcoming horror short Mr. Wonderful has just wrapped, where Ms. Ostapowicz explores her favorite genre. In Project: Snake – Low Budget Espionage– a fan-based homage to the Metal Gear Solid franchise of video games- she delivers a dark performance of a hired assassin fighting the patriarchy while battling a raging benzo addiction.
On the web, she’s found a place in Lisa Hammer’s webseries, Maybe Sunshine, as DJ OD, a shining example of a little girl lost- always trying to validate herself in any way she can.
Kitty spent 20 years performing in her hometown, Buffalo, NY, and graduated cum laude from the University at Buffalo with a BFA in Music Theater. She recently made her off-Broadway debut in the American premiere of Dream Street, playing both Leticia Moon, a stage mother from hell, and Mrs. Dewberry, an angry old vocal coach who takes her bitterness out on undeserving children.