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GW GIRLS: Theo Kogan

GW GIRLS: Theo Kogan

Theo Kogan was the singer of NYC’s all-female punk rock act Lunachicks, and now fronts the band Theo And The Skyscrapers with Toilet Boys guitarist Sean Pierce and drummer Chris Kling. Theo is also an actress whose credits include films directed by Martin Scorsese, Jane Campion, and Ben Stiller. She's starred in numerous cult classics like High Times Potluck, Tadpole, Terror Firmer, and the animated feature Live Freaky Die Freaky.

Theo has also hosted TV shows including Fuse's "Pants Off, Dance Off," VH1’s "My Coolest Years," and starred in such series as Law & Order SVU, Third Watch and many more. Theo is also active in avant-garde theater, and has performed works at NYC’s Performance Space 122 and the Summer Play Festival. She's also collaborated with director Rob Roth on the show Screen Test and also with Caden Manson’s Big Art Group on the Cinema Fury series.

As if all that didn't keep her busy enough, Theo is also a working fashion model, and has been featured in print campaigns for Kenneth Cole, Calvin Klein, Burberry, Courvoisier, and many more. She has also done lots of runway work, walking for David Dalrymple for Patricia Field, Betsey Johnson, Zaldy, and Pierrot among others. Apparently not one for sleeping, Theo also hosts and DJs some of the hottest parties in NYC.

In March 2008, Theo launched a high-end, natural-based, rock-and-roll lip-gloss line called Armour Beauty with Allison Burns.



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