Born and raised in the California Bay Area, Kaitlin Huwe is an actress and singer-songwriter with an affinity for shape-shifting, traveling back in time, and offering songs and stories as medicine.
Television credits include TNT's drama series, Animal Kingdom, directed by John Wells, recurring in flashbacks as Ellen Barkin's young mother in the 70's, and starring alongside Adam Devine in Comedy Central's Workaholics.
Kaitlin plays 'Daisy', a quirky and soulful meditation teacher, in the award-winning independent feature film Deany Bean is Dead an Official Selection at Dances with Films Festival, Long Beach Indie Film Festival, Ojai Film Festival, Valley Film Festival, and Strasberg Film Festival in New York.
Kaitlin is a proud member of The Road Theatre Company, which exclusively produces new plays that are socially and politically relevant. She recently originated the role of 'Samantha' in the World Premiere of Through the Eye of A Needle by Jami Brandli.
Kaitlin also works closely with Sketch Comedy and Music Group Hot Chocolate Party and can be seen guest starring in many of their viral videos.
When she is not acting, she writes music for live theater, film, web content, and to stay sane. She recently released a single "The Old Man and His Daughter" produced by Joel Henry Stein, at Green Zebra Records. Monica Payne directed the music video, shot on location in rural Illinois. She is currently recording her new single "King Size Bed."
Kaitlin earned a BA in Acting from UCLA School of Theater, Film, and Television, completed the Advanced Improv Track at The Groundlings School, in LA, and is a graduate of the 2-Year Meisner Training at the Joanne Baron / D.W. Brown Studio.
She has infinite love for swimming in large bodies of water, roaming museums, photographing trees, eating chips and salsa for dinner, taking road trips, collecting candles, practicing and leading yoga, following the moon, rocking babies to sleep, drinking hot tea, listening to poetry read aloud, and feeding her friends.