Katlyn is an actor and writer who grew up in St. Louis then earned her B.A. in English at the University of Chicago. She cut her teeth on the Chicago storefront theatre circuit, doing everything from pitch-black comedies, to Shakespeare, to musicals. As an improviser, Katlyn trained at The PIT, and went on to become a member of house teams in both sketch and musical improv. Her sketch team Damn Family created several original comedy shorts, and her current show, "'Til Death Do Us Fart," is now running at UCB Chelsea. Her live stage work also includes the recent world premiere of the Joe Iconis musical "Be More Chill" at Two River Theater, the Off-Broadway production of "The Unavoidable Disappearance of Tom Durnin" at Roundabout Theatre Company, and the Equity first national tour of "Dirty Dancing." Katlyn's TV and film work includes her being featured on TV Land’s “The Jim Gaffigan Show,” jest.com, Morgan Sprulock's "Mansome," national commercials, and starring in the independent feature comedy "My Name Is Jerry." In 2016, she will appear in Zach Braff’s film “Going in Style” opposite Michael Caine. She can also be seen in the most recent season of "World's Dumbest" for TruTV, the comedy sketch-style show "The Chuckler," and weekly on the network's new series "Almost Genius." Her quick wit and sharp tongue are put to use as host of Glamour magazine's web series, "Why Do Guys?" She's also written and performed in comedic short films featured at the Friar's Club Film Festival and the LA Comedy Festival.