Kate Connor grew up in a small town in America. After graduating from college at 19 she became an attorney then left law to pursue her dreams in film. She has starred in films in Africa, Europe and the U.S. and some of her television work includes roles on “Mad Men,” "Criminal Minds ,” “Lost,” "Brothers & Sisters,” "Heroes,” "Without a Trace ,” “Life,” "Punk’d," “The Jamie Kennedy Experiment,” “Late Night with Conan O’Brien” and the pilot “Frank” based on the hit talk show she co-hosted. Kate wrote, co-directed, produced and acted in the short film "The Areola" on Showtime and The Sundance Channel. She wrote and co-directed “Fort McCoy” based on her family’s true story when they lived next to a German Prisoner of War camp in Wisconsin during W.W.II. Kate produced the film with Eric Stoltz and stars alongside him in roles based on her real-life grandparents.