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Kate Levering (born January 3, 1979) is an American actress and dancer.
She was nominated for a Tony Award for her role in the 2001 musical 42nd Street.
She is best known for her role as Kim Kaswell in the Lifetime comedy-drama series Drop Dead Diva.
Life and career
Levering was born in Sacramento, California. Levering attended El Camino Fundamental High School, where she participated in school musicals and dance classes before graduating in 1997 and moving to New York City to pursue a career on Broadway. Peggy Sawyer appeared in the revival of 42nd Street in 2001. She was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical category, and she received the Fred Astaire Award for Best Female Dancer for her tap dancing in the competition. She appeared on Broadway for a short three months and is on the cast album, but not for Lincoln Center Archives.
Levering left 42nd Street to perform in the infamous Broadway flop Thou Shalt Not, arranged by Harry Connick, Jr., and choreographed by Susan Stroman.
Levering has appeared on television shows including Home Improvement, Law & Order: The Special Victims Unit, Cold Case (episode: "Dog Day Afternoons"), and Witchblade. Jeanne Martin appeared in Martin and Lewis, starring Sean Hayes and Jeremy Northam, in 2002. She appeared on Kevin Hill, starring Taye Diggs, in 2004. Despite being highly praised, the show was cancelled in 2005 after just one season. Kate has appeared in CSI: Miami ("The Score") (2006), Medium (2007), K-Ville (2006), Cashmere Mafia (four episodes 2008), and White Collar (2010).
Kim Kaswell appeared in Lifetime's comedy-drama series Drop Dead Diva from 2009 to 2014. Levering has appeared in independent films including Like Dandelion Dust in 2009 and Breaking the Girls in 2012.
Annette Hargrove, the adult, was the protagonist in Levering's NBC drama Cruel Intentions, based on the 1999 film of the same name. In the film, Reese Witherspoon played the role.