Kate Simses

Kate Simses

Highest Rated: 60% It Had to Be You (2015)

Lowest Rated: 22% That Awkward Moment (2014)

Birthday: Not Available

Birthplace: Not Available

Blessed with natural comic timing and a versatile voice, Kate Simses moved quickly from animated series to starring roles on situation comedies like "Mixology" (ABC, 2014) and "Dr. Ken" (ABC, 2015- ). Born in New York City, Simses entered the film and television industries as a voice actor, lending her versatile voice to animated series and audiobooks. Roles in front of the camera followed in 2006, mostly in comedy features and TV series like "Confessions of a Shopaholic" (2009) and "Important Things with Demetri Martin" (Comedy Central, 2009). Simses continued to alternate minor on-screen acting roles with voice work for cartoons and video games until 2011, when she was promoted to a supporting turn as one of Anna Faris' sidekicks in romantic comedy "What's Your Number?" (2011). The following year, Simses created and starred in the web series "Sylvia Plath: Girl Detective," a spoof of mystery film tropes with Simses as the eponymous poet turned sleuth. In 2014, she became a series regular on "Mixology," a romantic comedy from executive producer Ryan Seacrest about the misadventures of several men and women in search of love in a single night at a Manhattan bar. Simses played Liv, an upbeat young woman contending with the end of her engagement, on the series, which was canceled after its debut season; the following year, she returned to ABC for "Dr. Ken," a comedy starring doctor-turned-actor Ken Jeong.

Highest rated movies

It Had to Be You
Puccini for Beginners
That Awkward Moment




60% 42% It Had to Be You Lee (Character) $5.3K 2015
22% 46% That Awkward Moment Glasses (Character) $26.0M 2014
No Score Yet 21% Return to Sleepaway Camp Petey (Character) - 2008
No Score Yet 69% The Blue Elephant Unknown (Voice) - 2008
50% 45% Puccini for Beginners Vivian (Character) $89.4K 2006


7% 60% Dr. Ken Julie (Character) 2015-2016
33% 86% Mixology Liv (Character) 2014
43% 25% Cupid Young Ingénue (Guest Star) 2009