Kaytlin Borgen is an actor for film, television and stage. Her passion for theater, traditional and experimental performing arts, developed through her theater program at her art high school, Studio Academy and Vertigo Theatre Factory in her hometown of Rochester, Minnesota.
Borgen went on to receive training at the Vancouver Film School, Acting for Film in Television program. She has continued her training with the Berg Studios (2008-2012), Wheelhouse Acting Workshop, Graham Shiels Studios and BGB Studios.
She earned the lead role of Gwen in the psychedelic indie thriller, House of Demons (Respect Films), directed by Patrick Meaney. The film was released in 2018 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. She appeared on season 4 of The Affair (Showtime). Her accolades include co-producing and starring in successful theater productions in Los Angeles. The House of Yes written by Wendy MacLeod was performed at Stage 52 to a sold out audience; Borgen played the tragic but always glamorous Jackie-O. She also produced and starred in the world premiere of the absurd "whodunit" by James Mathers, Astral Dick. Hanna Hall directed the play at the Electric Lodge, and LA Weekly sang praise for Borgen’s role as the poetry waitress, Marlo Montecarlo. "Kaytlin Borgen’s luminous, wild eyed performance is exhilarating!" Some onscreen roles include: Mank directed by David Fincher (Netflix), Hawaii Five-0 (CBS), indie features including Text and Woke, short films and music videos such as Lifehouse’s "Broken" directed by Frank Borin and Kiefer Sutherland.
Borgen continues to evolve by consistently studying and working to develop film and theater projects. She is writing a quirky dark comedy pilot and takes acting classes at The Village with CD Christy Faison. She regularly takes art and writing classes and loves traveling, hiking, dancing and dinner parties.