Kathleen Rose Perkins
American actress Kathleen Rose Perkins worked steadily for nearly a decade before finally landing more substantial roles, most notably as a regular on the lauded comedy series "Episodes" (Showtime, 2011- ). The Michigan native began acting while in college, and later moved to Los Angeles to kick off her screen career. After years of bit parts on episodes of various shows, she started to win bigger parts in TV movies, but didn't land any significant recurring roles until 2009, when she appeared on numerous shows, including the drama "Trust Me" (TNT, 2009), and the sitcoms "Gary Unmarried" (CBS, 2008-2010) and "'Til Death" (Fox, 2006-2010). In 2011, Perkins joined the cast of "Episodes," starring Matt LeBlanc as a fictional version of himself. Branching out more frequently to movies, she also appeared briefly in the horror film "The Pact" (2012) and the indie dramedy "Enough Said" (2013), starring James Gandolfini and Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Though she still wasn't a household name, Perkins had finally hit her stride.