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Things to know about T.


Tea with T Website 2016

A lifelong storyteller — T. Katz has a whole lot of decades of experience in the SoCal entertainment industry as an author, actress, vocalist, musician, speaker, instructor, producer, and had been heard for a number of years on radio at KHTS AM 1220 as Afternoon T. Drive-Time DJ Weekdays 3pm to 7pm; host of Thursday’s Doctor Proctor (peeking over the shoulder of medical professionals, discussing exactly what they do); and co-host of the Friday Matinee (glimpsing behind the curtain into the creative arts). She is currently working on a short film due out this autumn, can be seen in ads and on television (if you don’t blink or fast-forward) now and again and has some new children’s chapter books in the works.


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— her absorbent observer whose views about human nature, current affairs and life in general go down well with a cup of tea (or mug of coffee). Over time, she has collected stories and experiences, allowing them to brew and steep, until they are ready to be served… sometimes spicy, sometimes sweet and rarely, if ever, bitter.

Radio Personality

— as Afternoon T. on KHTS AM 1220 (Santa Clarita, CA) she was heard weekdays for a few years during afternoon drive-time 3-7pm (pst) giving “Traffic Every 10 Minutes” (and the occasional lecture to the bad drivers, concern for the good ones), conducting interviews and sharing hometown station information. Her Afternoon T. columns are currently found in the Santa Clarita Gazette.

Hosted Doctor Proctor on KHTS (podcasts available at peeking over the shoulders of the medical community, support staff and purveyors of health and fitness – to help us all to become our own best health advocates.

Co-Hosted the KHTS Friday Matinee where she and Morning Show George Cummings interviewed artists and behind-the-scenes folk from every possible media platform (podcasts available at



Doctor Proctor

Friday Matinee



— she can be found on IMDB and and is available for work now.  No, really.  NOW.