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Kazumi Zatkin Kazumi Zatkin
Kazumi Zatkin Kazumi Zatkin

Kazumi Zatkin Kazumi Zatkin

Kazumi Zatkin

Kazumi Zatkin Kazumi Zatkin
Kazumi Zatkin

Kazumi Zatkin

Kazumi Zatkin

Kazumi Zatkin Kazumi Zatkin

Kazumi Zatkin


Media Links:

IMDB
Demo Reel
Madame Butterfly Excerpt (3 min) Madame Butterfly Excerpt (13 min)


Theatre Reviews & Interviews:

LA Weekly
"A delightful cast and supple direction neatly illuminate Mishima's dark and uncompromising obsessions..."
"Recommendation: Go."

Glendal News Press
"The master's wife, played to comic perfection by the aforementioned Zatkin, discovers the plot, takes the place of the whimpering valet and deliciously turns the table on her husband."

ReviewPlays.com
"Kazumi Zatkin, as Gwendolen is an excellent contrast to Cecily and together they create an enjoyable duo where their characters evolve from cordial acquaintances to catty enemies to comrades in arms... Producers Armand Stepanian and Kazumi Zatkin have made this a top pick worth seeing."

Tolucan Times
"Hanjo (starring a lovely Kazumi Zatkin) is the story of a beautiful maiden kept by Jitsuko (Hiroko Imai)... An excellent production. Recommended."

Rafu Shimpo
"Aramazd wanted to produce an Armenian version, but that didn’t work out,” Zatkin reported. “But he loves Japanese plays and culture, and he knows a lot of good Japanese actors, so he thought it would be a good idea. He called to ask if we were interested, and of course, we were."


Biography:

Kazumi Zatkin is from Okayama, Japan.

Kazumi's theater credits include the title role in Madame Butterfly by David Belasco, and leading and supporting roles in a variety of classic and modern plays including The Face of Jizo by Hishashi Inoue, The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde, Hanjo by Mishima Yukio, Yuzuru by Junji Kinoshita, A Fool On A Roof by Kikuchi Kan and Kyogen Hana-ko.

Kazumi has worked on a variety of independent features and short films. Her IMDB credits can be found here.

Kazumi gained an internet cult following for her role as Noriko in The Lost Ring, an Alternate Reality Game sponsored by McDonalds to promote the Beijing 2008 Olympics.

Kazumi is a certified Reiki practitioner, has B.A. in Sociology, and enjoys yoga, NPR, cats, and life.