I work with themes of environmental justice, saving endangered species, casting talent with disabilities, women’s empowerment, LGBTQ, & diversity, says Kat Kramer

Asha Bajaj
8 min readFeb 5, 2021

#KatKramer; #Webseries; #MothersDayMemories; #Actress; #Singer; #Dancer #Journalist; #Influencer; #SoloPerformer;

Los Angeles (US)/Canadian-Media: Kat Kramer, daughter of the late legendary producer/director Stanley Kramer, is an actress, singer, journalist, producer & Influencer. As an actress, she appeared on stage and screen, and starred in one-woman-shows and appeared in films including “Going Shopping,” “Hollywood Dreams,” “What Just Happened?,” “Little Fockers,” and currently co-stars in Seasons 3 and 4 of the popular Web series “CHILD OF THE ’70s.”. Kat also performed special musical Tributes and serving on the dais, she opened the program at the Pacific Pioneers Broadcaster’s Awards, and received a standing ovation from her idol with the original parody​ “Dear Lily Tomlin.”

Kat Kramer. Image credit: Twitter handle
‘Dear Lily Tomlin’. Image credit: Pinterest

Asha Bajaj, Editorial-Director of Canadian-Media had an opportunity to discuss with Kat Kramer by E-mail her career as an actress, singer, and an influencer as well as what inspired her to act in the short film, “Mother’s Day Memories”.

Asha Bajaj: When was ‘Kat Kramer’s Films That Change the World’ founded and what purpose did this serve?

Kat Kramer: “Kat Kramer’s Films That Change The World” is a unique cinema series in April 2009 at the Stanley Kramer Theatre at Sunset-Gower Studios to showcase motion pictures and documentaries that raise awareness about important social issues and to give new filmmakers a “voice.” It was during Women’s History Month, and I selected Barbra Streisand’s masterpiece YENTL as my first film to introduce future generations to a unique story about women’s equality. I was fortunate that Barbra “broke the glass ceiling” for women in film by directing, producing, writing, and starring in a feature film. With the realization, that female empowerment still has a long way to go, I chose to benefit Raise Hope For Congo and The Enough Project, and flew in women from the Congo as guest speakers. While the character…

--

--

Asha Bajaj

I write on national and international Health, Politics, Business, Education, Environment, Biodiversity, Science, First Nations, Humanitarian, gender, women