A native of Malaysia and New Zealand, K.K. Moggie has worked in both Malaysia, New Zealand and now New York. She moved to New York to attend Columbia University School of the Arts Theatre Program. Since graduating in 2007 with her MFA in acting, she has done several theatre projects. Credits include The Proust Project (Classic Stage Company Monday Night series with Michael Stuhlbarg), Othello (CSC Monday Night series with John Turturro and Allen Cummings), Grace (MCC Theater), Richard III (CSC), A Peddlers Tale (Women’s Project), The Tempest (CSC Monday Night series with Michael Cumpsty), and Fetes de la Nuit, Love: A Tragic Etude, Metamorphosis from Ted Hughes’ Tales from Ovid, Cleansed. Film credits include Anna and the King, and The Sleeping Dictionary; television credits include MTV’s Gamekillers, The Strip, and Street Legal. Moggie appears in Partial Comfort Production’s The Bereaved by Thomas Bradshaw in September 2009, and in CSC’s Iron Age by Thomas Haywoods in November 2009.
"The Theatre Arts Program at Columbia University School of the Arts built a safe frame from which I was able to surround myself with like-minded colleagues. They constantly impressed and pushed me to think outside of my box. We were encouraged at every opportunity to take risks in an environment in which it was normal to fail. Those were the best lessons I ever learned. That environment taught me to be fearless in my process, something which I have continued to try and do.