10 Things You Didn’t Know about Katy Mixon

TVOvermind | 2/7/2016 | Nat Berman
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In 2005, an American drama-thriller movie directed by Jamie Babbit, starring Camille Belle and Elisha Cuthbert, called “The Quiet”, was aired. The movie focused on a deaf-mute teenage girl, who moved in with her godparents and slowly uncovered the secrets of her new family, especially their daughter, played by Elisha Cuthbert, who played Nina Deer. The film cast also had Katy Mixon in it. Katy played Michelle Fell, Nina’s loud-mouthed friend.

The Quiet was one of Katy Mixon’s first roles, and she began playing supporting characters in other movies as well before she landed the lead female role in HBO’s comedy series, Eastbound & Down which ran from 2009 to 2013.

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Katy Mixon began her career in acting by playing the role in a Shakespeare production of “Julius Caesar” in 2001 where she played the character of Calpurnia. She was twenty years old at the time, and she travelled to Los Angeles to learn more about acting. Her acting career is a diverse mixture of plays, one of them the popular production “American Standard”, TV shows and movies, including a number of supporting roles in movies. She has also worked as a voice actress in the film “Minions.” in 2016, Katy Mixon began starring as the lead character on ABC comedy American Housewife, Katie Otto. In 2005, she made her movie debut in The Quiet and in the same year she played a role in the romantic comedy Blind Dating.

Born on the 30th of March in 1981, in Pensacola, Florida, Katy Mixon was born in a large family with seven siblings born from her parent’s previous marriages. She was educated at the Alabama School of Fine Arts in Birmingham, Alabama. She later graduated from the Pensacola Private School of Liberal arts. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Carnegie Mellon...
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