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Moutsatsou attended the French section of Lycée Franco-Hellénique d'Athènes throughout elementary and secondary education obtaining a Baccalauréat.
She studied History of Art and Archaeology in Paris, at the Pantheon-Sorbonne University and Theatre Studies at the University of Paris III: Sorbonne Nouvelle.
She graduated from University of Paris III: Sorbonne Nouvelle, obtaining a Bachelor's degree (Licence and Maitrise) in Theatre studies, and a Master of Advanced Study D. A (Diplôme d'études Approfondies) in Theater studies.
Moutsatsou started training in classical ballet at the age of 6, attending the Royal Academy of Dance registered teachers' program in Athens.
In 2001, she joined Alabora once again when she replaced the female lead in the third season of the hit Turkish television drama Yılan Hikayesi one of the first Turkish television drama to be exported outside of Turkey, which aired in Turkey and Greece, between 20.
In Los Angeles, after a bit part in Todd Phillips's smash-hit The Hangover in 2009, Moutsatsou went on to produce two short-films, Loverly (2011) a dark comedy set in Paris, where she played multiple characters, speaking multiple languages.
In April 2012, Moutsatsou's first uploaded video on You Tube I am Hellene, which she produced, became viral within hours of going live on You Tube, making Hellene a trending hashtag on Twitter.
Katerina Moutsatsou was born on September 21, 1972 in California, USA as Katherine Moutsatsos.
In Paris, she trained with choreographer Mia Frye for six years.
As a child, Moutsatsou discovered her passion for singing and stage in extra curricular musical theater classes at the Athens College.
A native speaker of French, Moutsatsou’s first acting job was a guest starring role on the fourth season of the sitcom Salut Les Musclés which aired on the French channel TF1, in 1994.