Anthoula Katsimatides

Anthoula Katsimatides is an actor, writer, producer and voice-over artist known for her work in The Wizard of Lies (HBO), The Family and Adult Beginners. Anthoula has been seen recently as a lead NSA agent on CBS’ FBI, on NBC’s Manifest as a coroner, and will be appearing in an upcoming Marvel series on Netflix in 2019.

She has had the pleasure of working on screen with directors Ang Lee, Barry Levinson, Luc Besson, and Ritesh Batra in addition to actors Robert DeNiro, Michelle Pfeiffer, Jane Fonda, Rose Byrne, Jane Seymour, and other incredibly talented individuals.

Passionate about theatre work, Anthoula has performed off-Broadway opposite Tony-nominated actors. She recently developed a solo show titled Warrior Without a Cause, where she portrays 10 different characters and has had sold out performances at various solo theatre festivals in NYC. Awarded best autobiographical script by the United Solo Theatre Festival, Anthoula is planning to tour with it nationwide and abroad.

Having earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration at Baruch College, a Master’s degree in Secondary Education at Queens College, and working in various fields before becoming an actor, Anthoula gained the skill set of a producer. She put this to good use as a producer on her passion project, Olympia, the official documentary film about Oscar-winning actress Olympia Dukakis, which premiered in November 2018.

Anthoula is a proud New Yorker and involved in many charitable endeavors. After September 11th, 2001, Anthoula worked at the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation on the massive rebuilding effort. She is currently a member of the board of directors of The National September 11th Memorial & Museum, serving voluntarily in memory of her brother John Katsimatides, who died on September 11, 2001. She is also an avid supporter of The Samaritans in NYC, an organization solely devoted to preventing suicide and helping people in crisis, in memory of her brother Michael Katsimatides, who took his own life in May 1999.