Katrina Bowden chats on theater podcast with Alan Seales



In the most recent episode, The Theater Podcast with Alan Seales met Katrina Bowden!

Since making a name for herself in the comedy world after starring in 30 Rock, this actress has turned to other genres, sharing that she “still loves a challenge”, and has found it with happiness exactly that while working on his new film.

Katrina Bowden is an actress you may remember best as Cerie, Liz Lemon’s distraught assistant on the NBC sitcom 30 Rock, or as Flo Fulton in more than 217 episodes (so far) of the CBS soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful. Her extra credits in film and television are plentiful and include Ugly Betty, New Girl, Psych, Dirty John, Tucker & Dale vs. Evil, Scary Movie 5 and Sex Drive. Katrina can now be seen as Kaz in an all-new movie titled Great White, which will be released on July 16.

Raised in Wyckoff, New Jersey, Katrina describes herself as a “big ham” who loves cameras and started modeling, doing commercials and taking acting classes as a teenager. She knew she wanted to pursue an acting career and had reluctantly started preparing for college in New York City when she booked 30 Rock at 17.

Katrina gives us a preview of her new movie Great White, discussing with us the bonding and rehearsals of the pre-production cast, as well as the challenges of filming on, in, and underwater. She opens up about discovering her love for the theater while taking classes with Ann Ratray in New York City, and how she still uses those same techniques today. Katrina also discusses how the waves of change within the entertainment industry are shaping the way she moves forward in her own career.

In this episode, she talks about:

  • The whirlwind trip to 30 Rock Landing
  • Be drawn to new challenges in Great White
  • Avoid sunburn when shooting on a beach all day
  • Her love for therapy
  • Breath Freediving and Dive Training for Great White

What is the theater podcast?

A weekly outing of intimate and personal conversations with the greatest talents of the theater highlighting what makes them human. Featuring stage stars and producers, directors, directors, press and marketing agents, theater owners and other industry creatives. Hosted by Alan Seales. Music from Jukebox the ghost.


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