Resident Artist of Film Acting (2013)
Katherine Von Till (MSU '97) holds the distinction of being the 4th official voice of Disney's Snow White since the inception of the character in 1937. She voices the princess for toys, video games, theme parks, and animated programs. Katie's other voice work includes commercials for Netflix, Toyota, IHOP, Honda and Skechersas well as video games such as Lego Batman 2, Medal of Honor, Watchmen, and How to Train Your Dragon. Additionally, Katie made guest appearances on Robot Chicken and Sofia the First. She is among an elite group of women to have been the voice of a TV network having spent six months as the promo voice for The Style Network.
No stranger to on-camera work, Katie shot episodes of The Middle, How I Met Your Mother, Community (recurring), Better With You, The Tonight Show (recurring sketch player), and The Unit. She will soon appear on FX’s Anger Management and Sam & Catpremiering on Nickelodeon this fall. She was seen in film festival darlings Zombie Prom and Timer and worked with director Jon M. Chu (G.I. Joe: Retaliation) in When the Kids Are Away. You likely saw her in a Dannon Oikos Greek Yogurt commercial with the ever-handsome John Stamos.
KVT toured the US in the Broadway first national tour of Little Shop of Horrors (Jerry Zaks, dir., Kathleen Marshall, chor.). At LA’s famed Reprise Theatre Company, she played alongside Eden Espinosa in Flora the Red Menace and in Sunday in the Park with George, directed by Seinfeld’s Jason Alexander. She performed with Cheyenne Jackson in Reprise’s reading of It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s Superman, transferring with that same show to New York City’s The York Theatre. Katie originated the roles of Jayne & Miss Benson in It Came from Beyond (Jeff Calhoun, dir., Colony/New York Musical Theatre Festival). At Garry Marshall’s Falcon Theatre, Katherine shared the stage with Michael Learned in Lewis Black’s One Slight Hitch. In her hometown of San Jose, she performed the role of Ellen in the hit production of Miss Saigon (a co-production with Papermill Playhouse and AMTSJ). Her most recent stage appearance was with Symphony Silicon Valley as Adelaide in their production of Guys and Dolls.
The LA Times proclaimed that KVT has "electrifying vocals that incinerate the house." Lending her voice to The 16th and 17th Annual A Night at Sardi’s star-studded benefits for the Alzheimer’s Association, Katie shared the stage with Dick Van Dyke, Zachary Quinto, Kristin Bell, Zachary Levi, Vanessa Williams, Katey Sagal, Sean Hayes, Lea Thompson, Steven Weber and many others. You can hear Katherine sing on the original cast recordings of LA hits Bark! The Musical (Kay Cole, dir.), andJesus’ Kid Brother.
Katie is a proud graduate of MSU's Department of Theatre where she received many accolades including the Louis Sudler Prize in the Arts and Outstanding Graduating Senior. She began at MSU with a vocal scholarship from the School of Music and continued her vocal training with Prof. Harlan Jennings. She credits theatre professors Dr. Dixie Durr, Frank Rutledge and Joyce Ramsay for encouraging her to pursue performing as a profession.
Visit www.katherinevontill.com for samples of her work and the latest news.