Kathryn Leigh Scott
New York, NY
Kathryn Leigh Scott is an actress, author, and book publisher. After graduating from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Kathryn starred in the cult classic Dark Shadows(ABC, 1966-1971). She later reprised her role in the 1971 MGM feature House of Dark Shadows and the Johnny Depp/Tim Burton film Dark Shadows (2012). Scott’s other feature films include but are not limited to, Providence (1977), The Great Gatsby (1974), and A Rainy Day in New York (2020). Kathryn also appeared in various television series, including The Goldbergs, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Dallas, Dynasty and The Last Days of Patton with George C Scott, and played opposite James Stewart in a London production of Harvey.
Scott has written four novels: September Girl, Jinxed, Down and Out in Beverly Heels, and Dark Passages. She also wrote the memoir: Last Dance at the Savoy, and a trilogy of books on caregiving: Now With You, Now Without, The Happy Hours, and A Welcome Respite. Scott wrote Dark Shadows: Return to Collinwood, chronicling five decades of the cult show. Since the creation of Pomegranate Press, Ltd. in 1985, Kathryn has published 50 nonfiction titles about the entertainment industry, most notably The Bunny Years, and produced a documentary basedon the book. Kathryn was married to Geoff Miller, founding editor of Los Angeles Magazine, the first city magazine in the country, until his death in 2011. She donated her late ex-husband, Time/Life photographer Ben Martin’s photographic archive to the Briscoe Center in December of 2021.