Katierose Donohue Enriquez is a Los Angeles based actor, writer, director and producer originally from the Philadelphia area of South Jersey (Go Birds!) Her solo show, “Queen of Fishtown” which made its world premiere at the Hollywood Fringe Festival in 2022 has enjoyed a limited world tour with runs in Hollywood, NYC, Philadelphia and the UK, including a standout performance at the Edinburgh Fringe (Best Character Driven Solo Show, Firework Award.) Most recently, “Queen of Fishtown” had a sold out run at the Groundlings Theatre, presented by the iconic Lynne Marie Stewart (Pee-Wee’s Miss Yvonne.) It was a full circle moment since the show was born from a sketch Katierose wrote, more than a decade earlier, while performing in the Groundlings Sunday Company, of which she and the shows director Corey Podell are alums.

Currently, Katierose is enjoying directing two starkly different pieces: Comedian Stacie Burrows’ Hollywood Fringe workshop and Edinburgh Fringe bound, solo musical “Laughable” and the southern ensemble drama, “Hurricane Kate” by Scott Golden, which will premiere on The Broadwater MainStage this fall.

Katierose was recently nominated as Best Supporting Performer in a Play by Broadway World Los Angeles for her work in writer/director Chris Haas’ 1990s immersive theater piece, “You Can’t Disappear in Studio City.”
Katierose was also recognized for her “razor sharp direction” by the publication Stage Scene LA; later receiving a Top Honor Scenie Award – Best Direction of a Drama (Intimate Theater) for the world premiere thriller, “Final Interview” by Gabriel Oliva at the Pico Playhouse.

TV credits include: 2 Broke Girls (CBS), How I Met Your Mother (CBS), The Comeback (HBO), Future Man (HULU), American Crime (ABC), Astronomy Club (NETFLIX) and dozens of commercials. She also works consistently as an English Dub for Netflix and her voice can be heard in tons of international movies and series. Highlights include: La Casa De Papel, Love & Anarchy, YARA, Gangs of Oslo, and the Jean-Pierre Jeunet sci-fi comedy feature, BIG BUG.

MFA from The American Repertory Theater’s Institute at Harvard University and The Moscow Art Theatre. BA in Fine Arts from Rider University.

Proud member of SAG-AFTRA and the Actor’s Equity Association.