Katelyn is an Actress, Producer and Model based out of New York City. Born in Dallas, Raised in Michigan, and came to New York by way of Chicago.
Katelyn can be seen in Showtime’s BILLIONS, Hulu/NBCu’s THE PATH, and CBS’s LIMITLESS. Along with her television work, Katelyn has worked on several feature film projects. Most recently, Katelyn starred as Lilith in the Sundance Lab film, PORNO (SXSW 2019), directed by Academy Award winner Keola Racela. Other film works includes CLINTON ROAD (Ice T); MAYBE THERE’S A TREE (Colin Mochrie), and GONE BY DAWN (Hannah Fierman), among several others.
Katelyn will be shooting KURT. and THE RABBITS this spring with directors Mike Perrone and Anthony Laura, respectively.
Along with her acting credits, Katelyn is an accomplished producer. She started her production career as the Executive Producer of the multi-award winning web series SO SOHA. She then moved on to Produce WE REMEMBER directed by indie veteran John A Gallagher, which went on to slay the festival circuit. Katelyn currently serves as an associate producer with LIVING THE DREAM FILMS, with which she has several projects in development.
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MTV names PORNO #8 movie to catch a SXSW 2019
EYE FOR FILM
“It may contain some very crude humour, with certain jokes knowingly taken too far, but it's beautifully framed and Katelyn Pearce's judiciously off-kilter performance as the creature from the Other Side is suitably beguiling.”
“It isn’t long before they’re seeing visions of the sexy demon, who exploits their hormonal teenage fantasies to penetrate their psyches. Even Jeff is not immune to her charms, and he suffers greatly for his bravery in going head to head with the medusa: In a callback to an earlier joke, she explodes his balls with her mind. It’s the movie’s boldest and most nauseating visual joke, we see more than enough shots of the gruesome damage. It’s a ridiculous and unforgettable sequence, and it firmly places “Porno” in the hallowed halls of horror movies with impressive make-up effects that belie their tiny budgets. “