Cait Cortelyou is a Wisconsinite turned Manhattanite who now resides in Atlanta.
As an actor, she has been featured in Steven Soderbergh’s The Knick (Cinemax), Bull (CBS), and the Off-Broadway hit Sleep No More in New York City.
Training: BA, Barnard College of Columbia University, in partnership with the Juilliard School.
Cait is the creator, producer, and star of Ask for Jane, a feature film about abortion access pre-Roe vs. Wade. The film made waves as the first full-length movie about the Jane Collective, and won numerous awards on the festival circuit, including Best Feature Film at the Big Apple Film Festival in NYC, the Audience Choice Award at the Omaha Film Festival, and the Narrative Feature Gold Prize from the Social Justice Film Festival in Seattle. Ask for Jane has now screened all over the world, including in Beijing where Cait taught a masterclass on indie film producing.
When not acting, you can find Cait DJing for the silent disco phenomenon What the Float, reading some Brando Sando, practicing her ukulele, or learning how to roller-skate.