Kerry O'Malley

Broadway: Betty Haynes (the Rosemary Clooney role) in Irving Berlin's White Christmas, The Baker's Wife in the 2002 revival of Into the Woods (Outer Critics Circle, Drama Desk nominations), Billy Elliot (Mum), Annie Get Your Gun (Dolly Tate, understudy to Reba McEntire), Cyrano, Translations. City Center Encores!: Fran Kubelik in Promises, Promises opposite Martin Short. International Tour: The Plough and the Stars directed by Shivaun O'Casey. Off-Broadway: Original cast of Paula Vogel's Pulitzer Prize-winning How I Learned to Drive, Mary in the American premiere of Dublin Carol (written and directed by Conor McPherson at the Atlantic Theatre Company), Megan in Bright Lights Big City at New York Theatre Workshop, Caitlin O'Hare in Over the River and Through the Woods at the John Houseman Theatre, Sharon in the acclaimed Irish Repertory Theatre revival of Finian's Rainbow, Anne Morrow Lindbergh in Garth Wingfield's Flight at the Lucille Lortel Theatre. Regional theatre: Betty Haynes in Irving Berlin's White Christmas (Boston's Wang Theatre 2005, 2007, St. Paul's Ordway Center 2006), Abigail Adams in 1776 at the Paper Mill Playhouse, Electra in The Oresteia at the American Repertory Theatre, Katie in A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (Goodspeed Musicals), Mother in Ragtime, Molly in The Unsinkable Molly Brown, and Nellie Forbush in South Pacific (all at Sacramento Music Circus), Sister Sharon in Elmer Gantry (Marriott's Lincolnshire, Joseph Jefferson nomination), Katherine in Henry V, Elizabeth in Richard III, Julia in The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Bianca in Shrew! The Musical, and Constance in The Three Musketeers (all at the Georgia Shakespeare Festival). Television:  Mary-Kate Martinson (sister to the titular brothers) on the Showtime drama Brotherhood (three seasons). Series regular on Costello on Fox and The Mike O'Malley Show on NBC, Guest Star appearances on Monk, Law & Order SVU, My Name is Earl, Without a Trace, Charmed, Kidnapped, NYPD Blue, Law & Order, Brooklyn South and King of Queens. Film: Case 39 opposite Renee Zellweger (opening 2009), The Happening, written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan, Rounders, Firehouse and The Flying Scissors. Graduate of Duke University and the American Repertory Theatre Institute for Advanced Theatre Training at Harvard University.   She is a native of Nashua, NH and adores the Boston Red Sox.