Updated 11/2013
2013 Just before the two year mark of moving to Hollywood, Katarina landed a high supporting role opposite legendary stars and actors, Eric Roberts, Grainger Hines, Thaoo Penghlis, Doris Roberts and Corey Feldman the feature, JOB'S DAUGHTER written and directed by Emilio Rosso. Katarina plays a challenging role of a single mother in a small town being persecuted for her oldest son's mental instability and devastating actions.
  Cast in the title role of JEANNE, a darkly comic short by emerging filmmaker Alex Raiman about a woman returning to her childhood home after several years a little too late...
  Check out Katarina's singing in this funny commercial shot this year here.
2012 Wrote and directed a sweet short, MAKING IT, a humorous and touching look at magical thinking which went on to premiere in 2013 in Los Angeles at The El Cid Short Film Festival and won a certificate of merit at The Los Angeles Cinema Festival of Hollywood and an honorable mention at Best Actors Film Festival. Katarina Fabic - Award of Merit
  Wrapped the award winning webseries, THE CELIBATE created by the comedic team of Mike Randleman and Paige Goodman about the foibles of a man searching for his lady love. Katarina plays "The One" in the season finale!
(LAWEBFEST 2013 winners for directing, editing and lead actor in comedy)
  Inspired by Katarina's move to LA, director Bernadette Wilson shot another version of THE STRONGER based on the famous August Strindberg play casting Carrie Madsen as Katarina's Co-Lead on location at the infamous Langham Hotel in Pasadena.
  Cast as The Girlfriend in a 35mm AFI short, NIGHT TALK, an atmospheric homage to Coen Brother's films.
2011 The Best Actors in a Film Festival honors Katarina with Best Actor in a Short Drama for
In The Quiet Hour
Best Actor in a Short Drama
  A recent transplant to Hollywood, Katarina was cast in a comedic webisode called Group and a new film by Max Sokoloff shooting in San Francisco.
  Wrapped a short film, I'd Rather Not by Max Sokoloff of SF Art and Film.
  In The Quiet Hour wins two LIzzie Awards for 'Acting' and 'Best Overall' at the 2011 Harvard-Westlake Film Festival.
2010 Katarina stars as Mia in Waiting On Humanity, a new play based on the book by Tonya Foster.
  Katarina appeared in multiple roles for The Eastender Repertory's Dario Fo festival, FO/FAUX.
  Wrapped a lead role in, In The Quiet Hour, a short film accepted to be shown in Sacramento Youth FIlm Day, and the International Student Film Festival Hollywood.
  DVD of Everything Must Go released and Season One of TRAUMA
2009 Katarina makes her network debut in a Co-Star role on NBC's TRAUMA, Episode 2, "All's Fair"
  Performed on stage as The Harlequin in Lorca's When Five Years Pass and as Persephone in Stuart Bousel's adaptation of The Frogs.
  For her comedic portrayal of Jenna in A Work Of Art, Katarina receives a nomination and Certificate of Recognition in The Fringe of Marin.
2008 Katarina garners supporting roles in the independent feature The Waters and in Len Dell'Amico's Everything Must Go.
    On stage, Katarina was cast as Lena in the ensemble of IT IS WHAT IT IS, a world premiere by Diane Karagienakos.
2007 Katarina attends the prestigious 2007 Cannes Film Festival to promote shorts of Tonya Foster's Knocked Up, Anna, Pam and Ellen co-directed by and starring Katarina shown in the short film corner. (watch the promo here)
  Discovering a copy of Rabbit Hole at City Lights Bookstore before it wins the 2007 Pulitzer Prize, Katarina was inspired to produce and play the role of Izzy in the San Francisco Premiere.