Kat Graham

Meet Our Brand Ambassador,

Kat Graham is an actress, singer, dancer, producer, and humanitarian. Working across a variety of genres in film, television and music, she is one of most accomplished and versatile young talents working today.

Graham has been the face of Foster Grant since 2014. She joins a long list of Hollywood elite in working with Foster Grant through the decades including Raquel Welch.

Where You’ve Seen Kat

​​Graham was seen in Netflix’s "How It Ends" as Samantha. The film, released in July 2018 follows a man and his estranged father-in-law’s desperate race to save his pregnant wife, Samantha, after a mysterious apocalypse. Graham next lent her voice to Nickelodeon’s animated television show, "Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" as the first African-American character, April O’Neil. The show premiered September 2018. She also starred in Netflix’s "The Holiday Calendar" with Quincy Brown released in November 2018.

Graham has recently finished filming RZA’s "Cut Throat City" starring Terrence Howard, Eiza Gonzalez and Wesley Snipes. The film tells the story of a heist set in New Orleans' lower ninth ward during Hurricane Katrina. She has also started shooting crime thriller "The Poison Rose" opposite Morgan Freeman and John Travolta. She has also signed on to be in Mark Amin's Civil War film "Emperor" with Dayo Okeniyi, Bruce Dern and James Cromwell.


​​​​​​A talented singer and music producer, Graham released her second album, "Love Music, Funk Magic," in 2017 which she worked on with Babyface and Prince. She released her debut EP "Against the Wall" in May 2012 after signing with A&M Octone Interscope records, and her first single, "Put Your Graffiti On Me," which was produced by popular Australian production duo Twice as Nice, reached over 7 million views on VEVO and hit #5 on the Billboard Dance Chart. Her debut album "Roxbury Drive," which included her single "Secrets" featuring Babyface, was released in 2015. Graham, who has a degree in recording engineering, produced the 90s-inspired album with Jean-Yves "Jeeve" Ducornet and co-wrote the album with Babyface.

A trained dancer, Graham has appeared in music videos for a myriad of artists including Grammy winners Pharrell, Missy Elliot, John Legend, Nelly, Diddy and Usher. She has also performed on tracks with Snoop Dogg and Will.I.Am, and toured with the Black Eyed Peas on their 2007 world tour.


Humanitarian Work

Born in Geneva, Switzerland, Graham speaks four languages – English, Spanish, French, and Hebrew, and in 2013, she became a high profile supporter of the UNHCR. She is also a council member for GLAAD, as well worked with The Water Project helping fund wells for clean water to be built for villages and schools throughout Africa.

Graham is an active ambassador for Empower 54 by raising millions of dollars and delivering necessary goods and services to the Congo and Nigeria. Empower 54 is a non-profit organization that offers assistance throughout the continent through health, rural development, educational, and empowerment initiatives for woman and girls and successful refugee programs.