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Kristi Leigh Casey Sanders

Kristi Leigh Casey Sanders, American editor, artist. Named Best Comic Actress, The Atlanta Journal Constitution, 2003-2004; recipient Best Dialogue award, Association Indiana Commercial Producers, 2002, Best Talent Performance award, 2002. Vol. Hands on Atlanta, 2004; Member of Atlanta (Georgia) Coalition Performing Arts (delegate 2005).


  • Sanders, Kristi Leigh Casey was born on August 18, 1973 in Tucker, Georgia, United States. Daughter of Thomas George and Diane Robin Casey.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Performance Studies, Northwestern University, 1995.


    • Editorial production assistant Atlanta (Georgia) Metropolitan Publications, 1995—1998. Graphic designer Department Marketing Self Magazine/Condé Nast, New York, 1998—2001. Actor, writer Boom Chicago Comedy Theater, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2001—2002.

      Associate editor Atlanta (Georgia) Metropolitan Public, since 2003. Co-artistic director Savage Tree Arts Project, since 2004.


    • Author: (plays) Women and War, 2003. Actor: (plays) Women and War, 2003-2005. Producer: (films) For the Benefit of Mr.

      Kite, 2005. Director: (plays) Off The Ropes, 2005. Director, writer: plays Trojan Women, 2006.

      Author Off The Ropes, 2005. Actor: Alliance Theater, Georgia Shakespeare, Center Puppetry Arts, Synchronicity Performance Group, Actor's Express, 7 Stages, Dad's Garage, Horizon Theatre, Savage Tree. (films) Psychopathic Sexuals, 2006.


    Vol. Hands on Atlanta, 2004. Member of Atlanta (Georgia) Coalition Performing Arts (delegate 2005).



    Singing, art, acting, knitting, travel.


    • father: Thomas George
    • mother: Diane Robin Casey
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    Born August 18, 1973
    (age 43)
    • 1995
      Northwestern University
    • 1995 - 1998
      Editorial production assistant, Atlanta (Georgia) Metropolitan Publications
    • 1998 - 2001
      graphic designer, Department Marketing Self Magazine/Cond+? Nast
      New York, United States
    • 2001 - 2002
      actor, Boom Chicago Comedy Theater
      Amsterdam, New York, United States
    • 2001 - 2002
      writer, Boom Chicago Comedy Theater
      Amsterdam, New York, United States
    • 2003
      associate, editor Atlanta (Georgia) Metropolitan Public
    • 2004
      co-artist, ic director Savage Tree Arts Project