Kathleen Wilhoite Biography
Birthday: June 29, 1964 (Cancer)
Born In: Santa Barbara, California, U.S
Kathleen Wilhoite is an American actress who is popularly known for playing the character of ‘Arabella McGee’ in the American 1986 thriller film ‘Murphy's Law’ directed by J. Lee Thompson. She worked in many films and television shows, either in lead or in second lead roles, in the 1980s. Apart from being an actress, she is also a successful singer-songwriter. She began singing as a little girl and quickly started writing songs as well; she became the youngest member of the Santa Barbara Songwriters Guild at the age of just sixteen. Kathleen has either appeared as an actress or has contributed to background playback in over seventy films in her illustrious career and has also made her name in the television industry working in over thirty-five televisions shows. Despite all the success she has enjoyed, her acting career has not always been smooth; she has faced many challenges which she successfully combated to bounce back. Though she is hailed for her natural beauty and sex appeal, she has actively resisted being stereotyped as a sex symbol and has done several challenging roles in her career, playing tough characters in shows like ‘L.A. Law’ as ‘Rosalie Hendrickson Stulwicz’ and ‘ER’ as Chloe Lewis’.