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kat mcnamara Fan is your new source for everything about katherine mcnamara. You may know her for her role as 'Clary Fray' in Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments or more recently as 'Mia Smoak' on the hit serie Arrow. Here you'll find all the latest news, videos, interviews, high quality photos, and more.
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  • January 15 - Kat McNamara Takes The Stand With Elle
  • January 15 - GRUMPY MAGAZINE – Katherine McNamara (Collector Edition) – January 2021
  • January 15 - The Stand “1×05 – Suspicious Minds” HD Screen Captures
  • January 14 - Kat On The Losers’ Club: A Stephen King Podcast
  • January 12 - The Stand “1×05 – Suspicious Minds” Episode Stills
  • January 09 - Katherine McNamara, Henry Zaga and Owen Teague discuss “The Stand” for #ODDAdigital
  • January 15, 2021  abby No comments Gallery, Interviews, Magazines

    Grumpy Magazine just released it’s new Collector Edition magazine and our girl was the subject of the 26 page magazine with a full new interview and just gorgeous new photoshoot to go with it. I have added in the photoshoot and full digital scans from the magazine to the gallery for you all. If you would like to get your hands on the magazine you can get a physical copy Here or a digital copy Here.

    grumpymagazine – She might be just 25, but it’s no surprise that Katherine McNamara feels like she has lived a million lives throughout her career. Unafraid to put herself out of her comfort zone and explore her inner self across all mediums, the versatile actress — who can also sing and dance — has proven her dedication over the past few years by getting involved in multiple and diverse projects. She booked her breakout lead role on fantasy drama and global phenomenon Shadowhunters when she was only 19, then kept finding success by joining the cast of hit superhero series Arrow — all that in a matter of years. As a true “chameleon” that she intends to be, one of her most recent projects led her to take on a darker role as she entered the apocalyptic world of Stephen King in the adaptation of The Stand on CBS All Access.

    Kat — as many refer to her — was interviewed by fellow industry friend Zelda Williams on New Year’s Eve. The two of them met at their first Upfronts for Freeform in 2016, when Katherine was promoting the first season of Shadowhunters while Zelda was attending the event for her show Dead of Summer. As a horror movie enthusiast, Zelda directed and produced Kappa Kappa Die in which Katherine made a brief — but memorable — appearance, as she recalled happily that she was shooting Arrow in Vancouver and flew to Los Angeles for a day to get murdered with a Jello shot. Throughout the friendly conversation full of positive energy, Katherine reflected on the hugely different year 2020 has been for her, staying creative and busy during quarantine, and successfully going from hero to villain on-screen.

    ZELDA WILLIAMS: I do miss work and I know you do as well. Looking back, is there one role that feels like this defining era for you? There’s like everything that was before this role and then everything that’s come after.
    KATHERINE MCNAMARA: I feel like Shadowhunters would be that one for me — not only because of where I was in my career before and after, but also where I was as a human being. I had been working in and out of television and movies for years. Shadowhunters was really the first time that I was at the helm of something. I had a lot of responsibility on my shoulders — not only to the book fans, but the on-set responsibilities of being in that position. I was also 19 years old when I came into the show and I finished it when I was 23. So it really shaped a lot of who I was as an adult, and there was even a period of time as the show was ending that I had to go, ‘‘What is Katherine like as an adult after this show? How do I frame my life now?’’ Because everything in my adult life has been framed around this job.

    December 29, 2020  abby No comments Gallery, Magazines, Photoshoots

    The digital scans for Kat’s new magazine Venice Magazine – Winter 2020 have now been added in to the gallery for you all. There were two new photos in the magazine and a good little interview it’s great read.

    December 13, 2020  abby No comments Gallery, Magazines

    We can now close out the year with Katherine having one more new magazine cover to her name with her self being on the cover of the new Spoiler Magazine – December 2020. It’s a big spread with lots of cool photos and 4 new photoshoot photos from 2018 that had not been seen before and a big interview with Kat, At this time they don’t have a website so the interview is not online but you can read it in the scans with you like. All the difital scans are up in the gallery for you all.

    August 16, 2020  abby No comments Gallery, Interviews, Magazines

    Last month Kat post some on set photos from a photoshoot she was doing and we now no it was for Gio Journal – August 2020 cover. We got a new interview and photoshoot at this time only five outtakes have come out and just the magazine cover but I am still looking for the rest of the scans.

    Gio JournalQ: Everyone knows you from Shadowhunters as the sexy redhead, now you are the even sexier blonde. As cliché’ as its sounds do blondes have more fun?
    A: Not cliche at all! Actually, when I first changed from my natural ginger locks to blonde, I did clock quite a difference in the amount of notice I received. Folks always mentioned and inquired about my fiery hair, but as a blonde, I was suddenly getting approached by strangers at a much higher frequency.I have spent a lot of time trying to determine why that may be the case. I’m not sure if it’s a societal perception or if it is something else entirely, but I certainly found it interesting. But the real fun began when I dyed my hair pink for a few months for THE STAND which shot earlier this year. I can definitively say I had the most fun with that hue. All that aside, I make an effort to have fun whatever I’m doing, regardless of my hair color. I am quite thrilled at the opportunity to get to change my appearance often – being a chameleon is one of my favorite aspects of my job. I want to live a thousand lives and tell every story I can get my hands on – to create and hold a mirror to the human experience. Who knows… maybe I’ll try brunette next!

    Q: You have the most beautiful skin. Tell us your skincare regimen.
    A: Thank you! I do my best to take good care of my skin. It’s an importance my grandmother instilled in me when I was very young. I would sit with her in her bathroom at the end of the day and watch her take off her makeup, wash her face, and really care for her skin – I thought it was so elegant. Now, I’m so grateful to have that habit – especially considering the amount of makeup I wear for hours upon hours on set. I start with a makeup wipe and a Clinique eye makeup remover to take the day off a bit. Next, I use the Tatcha camellia cleansing oil – a new addition to my regimen – but one I now truly love. I follow that up with the Chanel Le Lait milky cleanser which does an amazing job completely cleansing my skin without stripping all the moisture. A few times a week, I use a Clarisonic brush for a deep clean. Then I finish up with a little swipe of witch hazel, Clinique moisturizer, and Skyn Iceland eye cream. When I want to give my skin a special treat, I pull out a Patchology face mask to give my skin a little mini respite and retreat.

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