Actress, activist and entrepreneur, Kate Walsh is passionate about marine conservation. Despite being one of the busiest actresses in the industry, with starring roles in the ABC dramas Grey’s Anatomy and Private Practice, as well as Netflix’s Thirteen Reasons Why, The Umbrella Academy, and Emily in Paris, she has been a long term partner of nonprofit ocean conservation organization, Oceana, advocating for the world’s oceans and marine life, having played a key role in the passing of protective legislation for the lower US Eastern Seaboard and Belizean Reef from deep water drilling.
Kate Walsh is living that Parisian life, much like her character, Madeline Wheeler in “Emily in Paris.” “It’s delightful,” Walsh gushed. “It’s a great way to make a living. I’m not going to lie to you, OK? It’s incredible.” Walsh is shooting Season 3 of the Netflix favorite but couldn’t reveal much more other than […]
Kate Walsh made her highly anticipated return as Dr. Addison Montgomery on season 18 of "Grey's Anatomy" in October 2021. And while it's apparent how the "Grey's" universe felt about her comeback (extremely excited), the actor is opening up about her personal experience of revisiting her character on the long-running series.
Walsh will co-star with Martha Plimpton, Garret Dillahunt, Shakira Barrera, Phillip Garcia, Clare Gilles and James Earl in the comedy about a group of formerly incarcerated people who decide to use their criminal expertise for good. Walsh will play a member of Congress, "who is targeted by the group for using insider trading secrets to sell millions of dollars in stocks while assuring the public that the COVID-19 pandemic is nothing to worry about."
Kate Walsh has joined the cast of “Sprung,” an upcoming original comedy series from Emmy-winning writer Greg Garcia and Amazon Freevee. Camden Garcia and Andre Jamal Kinney have also been added to the cast, which includes Martha Plimpton, Garret Dillahunt, Shakira Barrera, Phillip Garcia, Clare Gilles and James Earl.
Kate Walsh will star in Freevee’s upcoming comedy series Sprung, created by Greg Garcia, the streaming service announced Monday, May 2. Camden Garcia (Station 19, Superstore) and Andre Jamal Kinney (EMBEDS, Hannah Montana) have also been cast in the series. Sprung focuses on an unlikely group of formerly incarcerated...