I'm curious about people. That's the essence of my acting. I'm interested in what it would be like to be you.
- Meryl Streep

Native Houstonian, Kacie Rogers, was born to Johnnie and Charles Rogers in May of 1992. She starred in her first production at the tender age of 6 when she played Hannah-Bell Hanks in Hannah-Bell Hanks. Kacie graduated with a bachelors in Communication Studies from the University of North Texas and received her classical training at one of the top Hollywood acting schools, AMDA College and Conservatory of the Performing Arts, completing their 2-year conservatory program in Acting for Stage, Film, and Television.
She kept her instincts sharp with training in improv from The Second City and received her introduction to the world of voiceover from the legendary Stu Levin. On stage, Kacie has taken on roles from William Inge to Ntozake Shange and on film, Kacie is best known for her leading role in the webseries PYT Series. Kacie is currently celebrating the success of her lead roles in the shorts Cream, Couple Confine, and Instance, which are all having successful runs in the festival circuit.