|Birth Name: Kathryn Love Newton
Birth Place: South Florida, U.S.
Date of Birth: February 8, 1997
Height: 5′ 4” (1.65 m)
Mother: Robin Newton
Father: David Newton
Years active: 2001 – Present
Zodiac sign: Aquarius
Occupation: Actress, Golfer
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Kathryn Love Newton was born on February 8, 1997, to Robin and David Newton in South Florida. She is an only child. She began acting when she was only 4 years old after being discovered during a family trip to New York City with her family and after a couple of years of being part of the business she took a 4-year break. In 2008, Kathryn and her family moved to Southern California, where she was shooting Gary Unmarried, this is when she got back and she hasn’t stopped since. Kathryn attended to Notre Dame High School and graduated in 2015.
Her first acting job was as Colby Chandler on the soap opera All My Children, her first episode being aired on September 4th of 2001, she then landed roles on the short films Abbie Down East and Bun Bun, alongside commercials and modeling jobs (for companies such as Guess and Gap).
In 2008, Kathryn landed the role of Louise Brooks on the CBS sitcom, and People Choice Award winner, Gary Unmarried, which was on air for two seasons. In 2010, Kathryn won an award for best performance in a TV series for her performance.
Outside of performing, Kathryn is an avid golfer, at the age of 8, Kathryn had already fallen in love with the sport, thanks to her dad being a golfer. In July of 2008, she qualified for the U.S. Kids World Cup. In 2012 Kathryn was planning on participating in the U.S. Women’s Open, but that’s when she got the lead in “Paranormal Activity 4” and had to withdraw from the sectional qualifier. Kathryn was a part of the golf team at her high school and had won three league championships for the school’s team by the time she graduated.
In the future, Kathryn would like to have her own golf tournament, a youth-am, to help raise money to get more kids into the game.