Born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, Katharine Henner is a writer currently based in Los Angeles, California. She moved here in 2017 to pursue television after spending a decade in New York.
Katharine is the writer and director of the short film, No Man's Land. The film is currently available to watch via the interactive storytelling app, Tumbleweed.
She co-wrote and directed the cult series, Nights in UltraViolet. The web series was featured in Vulture, Gothamist, Portable TV, and other media outlets.
Katharine's plays have been staged in both London and New York. Her play Brighter the Star was selected for the Samuel French 40th Off Off Broadway Festival. Her play For Your Amusement was written into 3 different versions, with 3 different engagements in New York, developed first in London as a staged reading with BAFTA-award winning director Kfir Yfet. She has won two 24-hour play festivals with her plays Monozy Goat and The Ubi; the latter she spent most of the night teaching herself Esperanto.
She received her Master's degree in Writing for Stage and Broadcast Media at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London.
Katharine is also a contributing writer to The Tall Society, a organization that unites and empowers tall-identifying women and girls around the world. Pictured, she is also trying to figure out how to turn her bedroom comforter into a coat (see article).
When she is not writing scripts or watching copious amounts of television, Katharine enjoys creating characters and storylines for D&D games. Her favorite character is a 7th Level Human Fighter named Nic Nine.