Fray Forde has been seen in Little America (Apple TV+), Dollface (Hulu), Messiah (Netflix), The Unicorn (CBS), Dynasty (CW), Legacies (CW), Daphne & Velma (Hulu), Cake (FX), and Brockmire (IFC). He’s also been seen in commercials for the NFL, Taco Bell, Hardee’s, Bud Light, Natural Light, Norton Security, and more.
As a comedian, Fray has shared the stage with Chris Tucker, Hannibal Buress, Katt Williams, Rory Scovel, and Ron White, to name a few. In addition, he’s performed at the Upright Citizens Brigade and was a part of the cast for the CBS Diversity Sketch Comedy Showcase 2019.
Kat has been seen professional theatre stages across the country and studied at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City. She has been seen in This Is Us (NBC), NCIS: New Orleans (CBS), and Cannes acclaimed films Heartbreak Happy and Tragiometry.
As an acting and dialect coach, Kat is renowned for her work with professional actors. Her clients have appeared on networks such as Netflix, FX, CBS, NBC, Hulu, HBO, & more. Kat is also a trauma-informed, social-emotional learning specialist and continues to teach theatre, acting, and storytelling to professional actors, neurodivergent, and incarcerated youth.
Founded by Fray and Kat, Coki Productions is the team behind Good Hair which Kevin Hart selected to screen at Just For Laughs 2017. Coki Productions' second film, Pop-Pop Is Dead, premiered at LiveNation's Buckhead Theatre in Atlanta, GA, in 2018. Coki Productions' goal is to prioritize inclusion and diversity. Coki is dedicated to working with neurodiverse, differently-abled, BIPOC, and LGBTQIA cast and crew.
Fray and Kat are both proudly represented by 3 Arts Entertainment, CESD, & People Store.
A conditioner bottle spawns what appears to be argument of the day for couple Frankie and Khi. Good Hair explores a millennial long-term relationship and the split ends along the way. Good Hair which was selected by Kevin Hart to screen at Just For Laughs 2017 as well as a dozen other festivals.
Layla Bailey (Catherine Dee Holly) and Desi West (Fray Forde) are a millennial couple who live a nice, comfortable life in LA. When Layla's Pop-Pop passes, the two head to Layla's hometown, Gaffney, SC, to spend three days with her family and try to make it out alive. Pop-Pop Is Dead premiered at LiveNation’s Buckhead Theatre on August 29th to a sold out crowd of 600 attendees.