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Kate French
Born 1985 (age 24–25)
Flemington, New Jersey, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 2006–present

Kate French (born 1985) is an American actress who starred in MyNetwork TV telenovela Wicked Wicked Games as Brooke Crawford. She has also joined the cast of The L Word as Niki Stevens, an actress who plays the role of "Jesse" in the fictional film Lez Girls and is dating the writer of the book the movie is based on, Jenny Schecter.

She was on the cover of the July/August issue of Women's Health magazine. And she joined South Of Nowhere playing Sasha Miller, a psychology major at UCLA and went to King High School.


Early life

French was born in Flemington, New Jersey, and raised on Long Island with her three siblings. Her parents, Joan and Rob French, were both fashion models, and her stepfather is a fashion photographer.

Following in her parents' footsteps, Kate pursued a career in modeling but always had a passion for acting. She first appeared on the big screen in 2006 with a small role in the film Accepted, and later had a starring role of Brooke Crawford in the prime-time soap opera Wicked Wicked Games, an Americanized telenovela which was Kate's first appearance on the small screen. Her most recent role is the part of the feisty and aggressive lesbian actress Niki Stevens in the TV-cable series The L Word.

Kate attended the University of California in Santa Barbara, and is an aspiring writer in addition to her acting career.


Personal life

Kate is of Italian and Irish descent.[citation needed] She currently resides in West Hollywood where in her spare time she enjoys surfing, water skiing, wake boarding, and hiking with her pet dog. She is friends with "WWE Diva" Eve Torres. She is a big fan of musician Ryan Adams.

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