Katie Forgette has spent most of her professional life as an actor. At the Seattle Repertory Theatre she appeared in Inspecting Carol, An Ideal Husband, Private Eyes, All in the Timing, Scapin, Dancing at Lughnasa, Buying Time, A Flaw in the Ointment, Harvey, The Miser, Six Characters in Search of an Author, End of the Day, Love Diatribe, and Long Day's Journey into Night. She has also appeared in numerous productions at Intiman, ACT Theatre, The Empty Space, Village Theatre and Seattle Children's Theatre. Ms. Forgette's play, The O'Conner Girls, premiered at the Seattle Rep and is published by DPS. Her mystery-comedy, Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Jersey Lily, has had numerous productions and is published by Playscripts, Inc. A Facility For Living (formerly Assisted Living) premiered at ACT Theatre in 2013 and is published by Sam French. She lives in Seattle with her favorite husband, Bob, and cats Eddie Mars and Carmen Sternwood.