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April 2021

Cast in the new VW commercial.. can't wait to see this one :)


March 2021

Made it through into the HCF commercial. Was a great shoot with a fab fab fab director! 


August 2020

Played the lead role of Tyler Block Patton in Deadly Women- wonderful to sink my teeth into the subtleties of this woman's mind. The set was in full COVID safety mode which was a very interesting experience. 


February 2020

Great working on the HUGE new KAYO TVC- fun times and I got to play around with NFL stars :)

November 2019

It's a wrap on the St Vincents Christmas Appeal TVC. Great cause and a fun set to be working on too.

September 2019

KXT invited me to act in the Storytellers Festival and it was an absolute joy! Congrats to all the courageous writers out there that make these beautiful stories- we love you!

July 2019

Kaitlyn has won a role in The Invisible Man opposite Elisabeth Moss. Filming will take place this month!












April 2019

Kaitlyn has been nominated for BEST ACTRESS IN AN INDIE FILM for her performance in SISYPHUS IN THE CITY. It is an INternational Competition too- so very thrilled with this honour :)



















KILLA KAFE to be screened at the Randwick Ritz 30th January!!! 

Come if you can and see me play the mega bitch Boss Boss!


SYDNEY THEATRE AWARD WINNER for best independent production:

Stupid Fucking Bird

We won! We won! We won! What a thrill to be the winners amongst one of the best indie theatre years ever :) Congrats all!

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December 2018


Thrilled to be nominated and will find out the result on the 21st January! Watch this space :)  

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July 2018

GREAT REVIEWS- Stupid Fucking Bird

4 STARS from Audrey Journal!

Sydney Arts Guide- "Hilarious is Thor as Emma.  Absolutely had me in gasps at her toss off lines and expressive body language and her exasperated self-centredness.  Then she goes and breaks my damn heart in the second act."  

Jason Blake- "the actors are excellent across the board". 

Suzy Go See- "The iconic Emma Arkadina is played by a fierce Kaitlyn Thor, seductive and powerful as the grandiose matriarch." 

Australian Stage- "Kaitlyn Thor as Emma is impressive, imposing and imperious, like a Roman legion eagle, an Aquila the Hun."  Sandra Bowden- "Kaitlyn Thor is perfectly cast. Timing, energy and intensity are expertly balanced to keep us poor unwitting saps on the edge." 

July 2018

Kaitlyn has been awarded an HONORABLE MENTION: ACTRESS 

For her performance in SISYPHUS IN THE CITY a short film by Caroline McQuade. She is thrilled and feels very honoured. The film also took out best film in the Science Fiction Category! Well done everyone.

July 2018

Kaitlyn to play Emma in the New Theatre (Sydney) Production of STUPID FUCKING BIRD by Aaron Posner

Playing Emma in the "kind of" reworking of The Seagull by Anton Chekhov... started rehearsals now and it's going to be great :) (touch wood).

Opening night is 13th July!! Hope to see you there:

May 2018

Kaitlyn to play Betty in the short mockumentary "I Dance"

So excited to be playing Betty in a fantastically written mockumentary about dreams and commitment. Directed by Jared Pearce and produced by Danial Bourke, Kaitlyn can't wait to play this loving mother who needs to change or someone's dreams will not come true.

April 2018

Kaitlyn joins the Web Series Killa Kafe....

In April 2018 Kaitlyn is thrilled to be playing "Boss Boss", a real housewives of Melbourne type woman who owns the Cafe. This comedy series is warped wicked and hilarious. Killa Kafe is a dark comedy about a cafe with a twist: every shot of coffee comes with a shot at eliminating the troublemakers in your life.

November 2017

THE BIG MEAL by Dan LeFranc.....

In November 2017, Kaitlyn played the lead role of Nikki, Maddie and Jacqui and here's what they said about my performance:

"Central to the success of this production are performances by Kaitlyn Thor who embodies both the multi-dimensional triumphs and tragedies of the feminine in each word, tone, expression, silence, stance, and action"


"Thor's depiction of Nikki is stunning, and her performance as Sam and Nikki's daughter, Maddie, is beautifully heartbreaking with her exit bringing tears"

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