Kentucky Actress Laura Bell Bundy Debuts In Louisville-Set TV Show ‘Call Me Kat’

Broadway star Laura Bell Bundy, who hails from Lexington, announced on social media last week that she’s now a series regular on the FOX show “Call Me Kat,” which is set in Louisville.

 

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According to the post, Bundy’s character is named Nicole. Additional press for the show says that Nicole is a piano teacher and will be a love interest to the character Max, played by Cheyenne Jackson.

Bundy’s first episode on the show premiered on Thursday. She posted a teaser for the episode last week, in which she wrote, “This Kentucky girl loves doing a show based in Kentucky. Call Me (WILD) Kat!”

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Bundy’s most famous Broadway roles include Amber von Tussle in “Hairspray” and Elle Woods in “Legally Blonde.”

Bundy is also a recurring character in the new Paramount+ series “The Fairly OddParents: Fairly Odder,” a reboot of the original Nickelodeon series, in which she’ll be playing Rachel Raskin, a love interest to Timmy Turner’s uncle Ty Turner. 

“Call Me Kat” stars “The Big Bang Theory” actress and current “Jeopardy!” host Mayim Bialik as the titular character, who runs a cat cafe.

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