(Katrina Cunningham) is a singer-songwriter, actor, and choreographer. The queer artist most recently made her TV debut playing opposite James Franco and Maggie Gyllenhaal in HBO's The Deuce. She and her music are heavily featured in the Netflix Original "Trinkets" coming this spring. A SUNY Purchase Dance Conservatory Grad, she got her start in Baroque-Burlesque Operas with Company XIV. On BROADWAY, She made her dramatic debut playing Emilie in Josie Rourke's Les Liaison Dangereuses with Janet Mcteer and Liev Schreiber and starred in Cirque Du Soleil's, PARAMOUR, for which she co-wrote Lila's score to suit her singular voice.
She recently concluded a SOLD OUT North American Tour opening for LP and Noah Kahan, and collaborated with Juno Calypso as the only live component in Refinery 29's SOLD OUT "29 Rooms." She also frequents Sleep No More as the Master of Ceremonies.
Her singles, "BABY," "Wild Poppies,""Stay on the Line," and "Make U Say" are available on SPOTIFY and iTunes.
The New York Times has described that the "the sultry-voiced Kat Cunning brings an exquisite indie-siren quality..." And NYLON calls her, “A dynamic and exciting new queer voice in the music industry. Prepare to be mesmerized"