Katie Hartman is an
actor AND comedian LIVING in New York city.

She went to Just For Laughs in Montreal as one of the New Faces of Comedy: Characters of 2018.

 She was a staff writer on Paid Off with Michael Torpey. Airing Tuesdays at 10pm on truTV.

You can see her in the Adam Sandler/Robert Smigel Netflix movie The Week Of.

Katie wrote and performed for Seriously.tv, Hearst Media's social justice comedy network.  Her sketch duo, Skinny Bitch Jesus Meeting, has been a critic’s picks in Time Out New York, Washington Post, and Charleston City Paper.  Festivals include: New York Sketchfest, Charleston Comedy Festival, East to Edinburgh at 59E59, Edinburgh Fringe, Capital Fringe, FringeNYC, FRIGID New York, Out of Bounds and in 2015 they headlined Austin Sketchfest. Their web series "Made To Order" was listed as one of "6 Brilliant Web Series" by Marie Claire.

She has written and performed 3 solo shows.  Her most recent Onion Show was at Solocom at The PIT and at Project Y’s Women in Theater Festival in 2016.  

Among other things Katie improvises with NYC improv team Straight To Video (formerly Gypsy Danger), is a regular on the Webby Award-winning channel The Key of Awesome and you can see her performing characters around NYC at venues like: The PIT, UCB, Union Hall, and a bunch of shitty bars. TV & Film: The Week Of, Paid Off with Michael Torpey, High Maintenance, Younger, Search Party, 3rd Street Blackout. Theater: The Pumpkin Pie Show, Flanagan’s Wake, South by South Death.

She cohosts the extremely niche music podcast God Ween Evan which can be found on iTunes, Stitcher and probably wherever else you listen to all your favorite bullshit:   

God Ween Evan celebrates the American rock 'n' roll band Ween, and one man's refusal to open his heart, mind, and soul to the band's music. That man is Evan Kaufman, a New York City based actor, writer, director and all around beautiful human being. A lover of comedy and music, Evan, it reasons, should adore and appreciate Ween's absurdist wit and musical craftsmanship, but he doesn't. WHY? Fortunately, his friends and fellow artists Katie Hartman, Will Nunziata, and Paul Gutkowski are here to unlock the mystery of what is wrong with Evan, and to shepherd him into the brown light of the Boognish. If they can save Evan Kaufman, they'll save us all.