In this upcoming digital series, Mary Kate plays Artemis Schue-Horyn, a headstrong investigative podcast host who will stop at nothing to get to the bottom of a story. This story, it just so happens, contains werewolves.
In this short film noir by Shipwrecked Comedy, Mary Kate plays Vivian Nightingale, a sultry lounge singer who becomes a suspect in the blackmail of movie star Wilhelmina Vanderjetski.
In this eleven-part webseries that Mary Kate also produced, she plays a character from one of Edgar Allan Poe's most famous poems brought to life: Annabel Lee. A sweet and simple girl who is the object of Poe's admiration, Annabel tries to survive the night as what was meant to be a pleasant evening turns into a very twisty (and silly) murder mystery.
In this stage musical that was filmed and subsequently aired on YouTube, Mary Kate plays Tatiana, a Russian spy in the cold war who tangles with Agent Curt Mega and suffers from a troubled past.
In this short webseries, Mary Kate plays Lily, an actress who keeps finding herself playing the romantic lead opposite James. Unfortunately, she can't stand him.
In this Emmy-award winning, groundbreaking Pride & Prejudice adaptation that ran for 100 episodes and spans over eight hours, Mary Kate plays Lydia Bennet, the youngest and wildest of the three Bennet sisters.
Mary Kate plays Zelda, a teenager in everytown America who longs to be, see, and do more in this critically acclaimed webseries.
In this short film featured at Sundance, Mary Kate plays Zoe, a girl nursing a newly-broken heart and out for vengeance of the musical kind.
Mary Kate plays Ally, a headstong bike mechanic out to solve a local mystery in this independent feature film.
In this independent feature film about a man with Tourette's syndrome who is unwillingly brought along on a road trip with three teenage girls, Mary Kate plays Kim, a young girl struggling between her conservative faith and her secular dreams.