1st Place Breckenridge Festival of
Film Screenwriting Competition
Action/Adventure Category for
Kate Danley is a twenty year veteran of stage and screen with a B.S. in
theatre from Towson University and was one of four students to be named a
Maryland Distinguished Scholar in the Arts.
Her debut novel, The Woodcutter, was honored with the Garcia Award for the
Best Fiction Book of the Year, the 1st Place Fantasy Book in the Reader
Views Literary Awards, and the winner of the Sci-Fi/Fantasy category in the
Next Generation Indie Book Awards. Recently, it was signed with 47North.
Her plays have been produced in New York, Los Angeles, and Maryland. Her
screenplay Fairy Blood won 1st Place in the Breckenridge Festival of Film
Screenwriting Competition in the Action/Adventure Category and her
screenplay American Privateer was a 2nd Round Choice in the Carl Sautter
Memorial Screenwriting Competition.
Her projects The Playhouse, Dog Days, Sock Zombie, SuperPout, and Sports
Scents can be seen in festivals and on the internet. She trained in on-camera
puppetry with Mr. Snuffleupagus and recently played the head of a 20-foot
dinosaur on an NBC pilot. She has over 230+ film, theatre, and television
credits to her name.
She lost on Hollywood Squares.
|What the Critics Say...
"Kate Danley has served up a female lead character to
fill the gap that the ending of Buffy the Vampire Slayer
left in the world of sci-fi/fantasy."
-Twisting the Lens
"If urban fantasy could be bottled, then this story is a
shot-glass full of awesomesauce."
-Dark Side of the Covers
"Five Stars - The Woodcutter is a must read for both the
lover of fantasy and mystery." -Reader Views
"Five Stars - I had a glorious time reading this book. I
truly couldn’t put it down. The climax of this story was
truly heart-stopping" - Akamai Reader
"Kate Danley's unprintable fairy godmother is beyond
hysterical" -LA Times
"RECOMMENDED - The show's comic timing is so tight
you could time a murder to it, with lusciously campy
acting turns from Danley's tongue-waggling hag of a
guardian angel." - LA Weekly
Scholar in the Arts