Katherine Park is a multi-hyphenate Korean/British American actor, singer, recording artist, producer, songwriter,
teacher, and photographer based in Alameda, California. Park is lead singer of the new San Jose alternative rock band
Panther Beach and stars in the 2019 short film Signing The Papers based on the play by Ellen Margolis and directed by
Jerry McDaniel. This year she also stars in the music video Chaos by the R&B artist Chinovibes. Park has appeared in
television shows on HULU, BIOGRAPHY NETWORK, LA-18, and as herself in an interview for HerStory: Aviatrix,
The Katherine Sui Fun Cheung Story on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell on MSNBC. She made her motion picture debut
as Ms. Elanor in Guitar Man by Rocky Capella. Park is the producer of Vday Alameda The Vagina Monologues 2020, a charity
production to benefit the San Leandro non profit organization Building Futures. She is winner of two Best Actress awards
for her film work, and founder of Katherine Park Center of the Arts, Katherine Park Productions, and Park House Publishing.
She holds a Bachelor of Music Degree from The Hartt School, and had the once in a lifetime opportunity to take a private
master class with Tony Award Winner and Kennedy Center Honoree Barbara Cook at her apartment in NYC. When she's not working,
Park loves to study ballet with Julie Lowe at Alameda Ballet Academy.