Kathryn is an actor and writer. She started her career in Dark Shadows and went on to act on television, in film and in theatre. Some of her many credits include The Great Gatsby, The Turn of the Screw, Hawaii Five-O (the first one), Baretta, Cagney & Lacey, Knots Landing, Dallas, Matlock, Broadcasting Christmas…..I think you get the idea. Here is a link to her IMDB if you want to see the whole list.
She is also a writer and started a publishing company. Her books include Jinxed, Down and Out in Beverly Heels, The Bunny Years, Last Dance at the Savoy and the upcoming If Not Now, When? You can read more about Kathryn on her website here.
We talked about the genesis of If Not Now, When? (my new mantra), how women must take control of their finances, and how close we all are to the edge. She discusses that period of life when women become invisible and have to come to terms with all the ticking clocks – not just the baby one.
And that time she took Gloria Steinem to task in the New York Times for giving up on romance after 50. I’m on Kathryn’s side on this one. We must keep hope alive.