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Multi award winning actress Kathleen Gati will join Take 2 Radio for a chat about her career, her role on General Hospital, and upcoming projects on July 1st.
She's played Taffy Winslow on All My Children, Christine in Patika, Ms. Thorten in Eloise, Anya Suvarov in 24, and recently the evil Doctor Obrect on General Hospital.
Hi listeners and welcome another edition of Weekdays with Murph. I'm super excited to welcome somebody to the show that I consider to be a very dear friend. The lovely and talented Ms. Kathleen Gati joins me on the show to chat about everything Mutter (Dr. Obrecht) has been up to and if she has any other dastardly shenanigans up her sleeve. This is a show not to be missed! As always, I have my co-host, Emily, with me, so let's get to it!
Please join me as I sit down with Ms. Kathleen Gati, who plays the deliciously evil Dr. Lisa Obrecht on ABC's General Hospital. We'll chat about how she arrived in Port Charles & I will, as with all first time guests, ask some fun, quirky questions to help you guys get to know her as a person. If you don't hear a word from me in 30 minutes, Dr. Obrecht has killed me...I kid, I kid. Anyway, I can't wait for this one!
Join the Diva of Days of our Lives as we interview General Hospital actress, Kathleen Gati. Kathleen portrays Dr. Liesl Obrecht on the show.
Kathleen traveled to Hungary for the film, Goldberg variaciok (1992) for which she won the Hungarian Best Supporting Actress Award. She won yet another Best Actress Award at the Los Angeles Hungarian Film Festival November, 2011, for her lead role in Retrace. Kathleen also has several movies currently in post production.
This is a live, call in show. Call in to talk to Kathleen!
She plays the funnest villain to hit Port Charles since Helena Cassadine, and tonight, Kathleen Gati chats with Soaps In Depth executive editor Richard Simms about everyone’s favorite mad scientist, Obrecht. We’ll find out what the actress and her alter ego have in common… and how very, very different they really are! Plus, Kathleen will be taking questions during our live chat! This is one you won’t want to miss, and the fun starts Monday night at 7 p.m. EST.
♥We love to hate her! Britt's not-so-cuddley mom Doc Olbrecht is back in Port Chuck. What's the plan and how will she keep Britt on the track to evil vs hooking up with Prince Nik? I met the wonderful Kathleen Gati during GHFCW and she is NOTHING like the character she plays- that's how good she is! Tonight, we'll chat with her about her return, as well as her thoughts on Faison, the plan and more!
♥Then stick around - For our One Life to Live Rally! We'll discuss the latest news about the suspension of production and what fans think of this sad news!
Multi award-winning actress, Kathleen Gati was born and raised in Canada by Hungarian immigrants and was brought up in an artistic environment. Her father was a symphony conductor and her mother was an opera singer, so performing was in her blood. She started acting at the age of three, wrote, directed and starred in her first play at the age of eight. She pursued ballet and acting till the age of twenty, when she moved to New York to study acting full time.
After performing in dozens of plays both on and Off Broadway, as well as working in numerous roles on television and in film, Kathleen traveled to Hungary for the film, Goldberg variaciok (1992) for which she won the Hungarian Best Supporting Actress Award.
She won yet another Best Actress Award at the Los Angeles Hungarian Film Festival November, 2011, for her lead role in Retrace.
She subsequently stayed on in Hungary for five years, during which time she starred in numerous films, television series and several movies of the week winning multiple additional awards along the way. Her performance in Hungary's biggest hit of the 1990s, Sose halunk meg (1993), (We Never Die - which made the final 35 films selected for Best Foreign Film Entries for the Academy Awards) made her an extremely popular actress in Eastern and Central Europe. Current, Kathleen has returned to General Hospital, reprising her role as Dr. Lisa Obrecht.
Kathleen Gati is a multi award-winning actress. She has appeared in numerous films, both in Europe and in the United States. She has guest-starred on many primetime series, including a recurring role on "24" as the First Lady of Russia. What started out as a short-term, two episode role on General Hospital, has evolved into Kathleen becoming a regular on the show. Her character, the "deliciously wicked" Dr. Liesel Obrecht, has quickly become a fan-favorite, whom people love to hate of just plain love. Join Rob as he talks with the multi-talented Kathleen about her career and her expanding role on General Hospital.
Media Nite Radio welcomes to the airwaves actress, Kathleen Gati.
General Hospital viewers know Gati from her portrayal of Dr. Obrecht and Britt's mother on the Emmy Award Winning Daytime Drama, General Hospital.
She was born and raised in Canada by Hungarian immigrants and was brought up in an artistic environment. Her father was a symphony conductor and her mother an opera singer, so performing was in her blood. She started acting at the age of three, wrote, directed and starred in her first play at the age of eight. Studied ballet and acting till the age of eighteen, when she moved to New York to pursue her career. After performing in dozens of plays both on and Off Broadway, as well as working in numerous roles on television and in ?lm, Kathleen traveled to Hungary to ?lm Goldberg Variations, for which she won the Hungarian Best Supporting Actress Award. She subsequently stayed on in Hungary for several years, during which time she starred in multiple films, television series and MOWs, winning additional awards along the way. Her performance in Hungary's biggest hit of the 90's, We Never Die (Sose Halunk Meg), (final 35 - Best Foreign Film Entries for the Academy Awards) made her an extremely popular actress in Eastern and Central Europe. Her film and televison roles are extensive. Film roles include, Sunshine (Ralph Fiennes), Transformers: Dark Of The Moon, Trade (Kevin Kline), just to name a few. On television, She had recurring roles on Alphas and 24. She was a series regular on The Drugstore (Hungary) and in the animation series, Me Eloise (Film Roman) with Tim Curry and Lynn Redgrave plus many guest roles on such series as: Arrow, Weeds, and many others.
Hosts Janet Kira Lessin & Theresa J.Morris host Alien Contact Organization, Saturday, December 20, 2014 at 3PM HST, 5PM Pacific, 8PM Eastern with guest Suzanne Chancellor.
Suzanne Chancellor is a lifelong abductee and experiencer. Upon reading Whitley Strieber’s “Communion” in 1987, she began to recover memories of visitations from otherworldly beings that began in 1966 at her childhood home in Pasadena, California. The mother of two grown children, she was forced to keep her experiences to herself for fear of ridicule, and to potentially lose custodial care of her children. But as her experiences continued and started involving other family members she realized that she was not alone, she started blogging about them in hopes that others would connect with her to try and put together the pieces of this cosmic puzzle.
Taking her story to the airwaves, she began hosting her podcast “Random Alien Brain Droppings”, also the title of her blog, where she interviews other experiencers, authors and researchers on the subject of UFOs, abductions and all other high strangeness that seems to surround the phenomenon. Suzanne spoke publicly for the first time in 2012 at “Experiencers Speak” in Portland, Maine, and was asked to present again in 2013 alongside Stanton Friedman, Travis Walton, Peter Robbins and Kathleen Marden, among others.
She is in the process of writing two books, one about her personal journey, and the other about synchronicity and how it has affected her life and meeting her “cosmic twin”.
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Do you wish you had more time to cook healthy meals? Kat will show us how!
Kathleen (Kat) O’Keefe-Kanavos- Healthy Quickie Cooking for Busy People- Whether you are rich and famous or just making ends meet you have to eat. When crisis management and lack of time take precedence in your life, cooking can become a laborious chore. After all you’ve endured during your hectic day, including a cranky belly from stress; you need a belly-pleaser cooking column that meets your needs, and time restrictions. Kat makes it easy for everyone to prepare healthy food: the building block for emotional, physical and mental health. The how-to videos are dedicated to everyone in crisis, especially women raising their families alone. Not only do they bring home the bacon, they cook it, too! I want to make cooking easy and fun for you. This multi-media column is from Kat’s TV cooking series and cookbook written during her cancer treatments. It will help you cook a meal in fifteen minutes or less, and includes caloric and nutritional information.