Kathryn Lauren Zaremba is an American writer, illustrator, surface designer, business woman, and former actress and singer. She is best known for her roles as Annie Warbucks in the 1993 musical Annie Warbucks and Lisa Leeper on Full House. Zaremba also co-starred on Bringing up Jack and The Jeff Foxworthy Show, as well as making several appearances on Sisters. Her last professional screen acting credit was the 1997 Disney television film Toothless, starring Kirstie Alley. She retired from acting and singing when she was 14. Zaremba is a graduate of Broken Arrow Senior High School. She is an alumna of Kansas City Art Institute and Corcoran College of Art and Design. Zaremba works as an illustrator and surface designer. She married Jeremy Ney in 2010 and they live in Washington, D.C., where she runs her business, Kate Zaremba Company. She also co runs The Lemon Bowl.
|Born:||Kathryn Lauren Zaremba, 24, 1983, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, U.S.|
|Occupation:||Actress, singer, artist, writer, illustrator, surface designer, businesswoman|
|Years active:||1992–1997 (as actress/singer)|
|IMDb:||Kathryn Zaremba's IMDb|
About Kathryn Zaremba
She had a short-lived acting career which ended in 1997 but included appearances in the series' Sisters, The Jeff Foxworthy Show, and perhaps most notably in Full House as Lisa Leeper in a recurring role for the show's final season.
She played the eponymous role of Annie in the 1993 revival of the hit musical and even appeared in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade to do an Annie performance.
She played Molly McMahon in Bringing up Jack and Tina in Ruthless.
She was born in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma and graduated high school there.
Her final credit was in the 1997 film Toothless, starring Kirstie Alley.
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- Kansas City Art Institute
- Actresses from Oklahoma
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