In the early 1600s, Elizabeth Báthory, the infamous Blood Countess, ruled Čachtice Castle in the hinterlands of Slovakia. During bizarre nightly rites, she tortured and killed the young women she had taken on as servants. A devil, a demon, the terror of Royal Hungary - she bathed in their blood to preserve her own youth. 400 years later, echoes of the Countess's legendary brutality reach Aspen, Colorado. Betsy Path, a psychoanalyst of uncommon intuition, has a breakthrough with sullen teenager Daisy Hart. Together, they are haunted by the past, as they struggle to understand its imprint upon the present. Betsy and her troubled but perceptive patient learn the truth: The curse of the House of Bathory lives still and has the power to do evil even now.
The story, brimming with palace intrigue, memorable characters intimately realized, and a wealth of evocative detail, travels back and forth between the familiar, modern world and a seventeenth-century Eastern Europe brought startlingly to life.
This actress has been on stage and screen since the 80's, appearing all over the place with roles in stage and screen in Canada, the US and internationally. With her exotic European aura and her flair for European accents, she often plays. From the webseries Winterthorne to Star Wars: Clone Wars, to Meet the Fockers to Jimmy Kimmel she's got an extensive resume. On TV, she's had roles in The : I wanted to dance. Ballet was my first love. I heard all this beautiful classical music in our home, and wanted to express the emotions that the music evoked in me. According to my sister, at a very young age, I made her and our friends dress up in my mom's clothes and perform for the family. Then in the second grade, I wrote, produced, directed and starred in my first play at school. And kept performing in school and in community theater while I was pursuing my balletic dreams. I wanted/needed to entertain people. : I always knew I would succeed, because I felt at a young age that performing was my calling, dancing or acting, or singing. Growing up in a family of artists and musicians tends to influence your choices I think. My first real break was on All My Children in 1989. I worked opposite Maurice Bernard for a few months. : Each role has its special place in my heart. I loved my role as the First Lady of Russia, Anya Suvarov on "24" as I wanted to show another side to the cliché way in which Russians are usually represented in Hollywood, which is negatively. I grew up around amazingly gifted and brilliant Russian artists, who performed with my father. I wanted my character to present some of this class and elegance, and sophistication. There are several other memorable roles. Each one holds a special place in my heart. I love to make people laugh. And yes, I am passionate about doing different accents. I do many roles without any accents, just in my original North American/middle American accent, but I feel I can climb into a role better with the accent of that particular character. I have done Hungarian, Russian, Croatian, German, British, Southern, Iranian and a few other accents over the years. Ron Carlivati created this role that initially only had two days trying to keep Luke (Tony Geary) away from Anna Devane, and also hide Robin Scorpio-Drake from them. Ron and gang expanded this role and I've done about 200 episodes to date. There are a few characters that are darker, Ava, Helena Cassadine (before her death. Source: SuzeeBehindTheScenes
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Kathleen Gati (born 1967) is a Canadian TV and movie actress. Daughter of Hungarian immigrants in Canada, a symphony conductor and an opera singer, her career spanning the early 80s to present day. She has appeared in many productions, including All My Children, The Practice, NYPD Blue, ER, Meet the Fockers, Desperate Housewives and Las Vegas. She currently plays Russian First Lady Anya Suvarov on 24. Starred in the 2008 film The House Bunny.
That man is on fire! We hope Dr Liesl Obrecht (Kathleen Gati) will do another show stopping self-centric number – and we can’t wait to see it. Lucas Jones (Ryan Carnes) and Brad Cooper (Parry Shen) have set the date for a May wedding – a year after ...
The first clip introduces the main characters in Flight 462 including the teenager (Brendan Meyer), the married couple (Lisa Waltz & Brett Rickaby), flight attendant (Kathleen Gati), and Charlie (Michelle Ang). When the teen realizes his mom didn’t board ...
Dr. O seems to have some hostility towards Finn. They could have some sort of past history. Kathleen Gati stars as Dr. Obrecht on General Hospital. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images) There are many questions about the mysterious Hamilton Finn that ...
Kathleen Gati, Actress: Meet the Fockers. Emmy Nominated for Outstanding Actress in a Digital Drama Series, and winner of seven Best Actress awards, a Best ...
Kathleen Gati (born 13 August 1957) is an American-Canadian actress, best known for role as Liesl Obrecht on the ABC daytime soap opera General Hospital.
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Emmy Nominated for Outstanding Actress in a Digital Drama Series, and winner of seven Best Actress awards, a Best Supporting Actress Award and a Best...