It's well known that soap stars try to crack America after leaving the UK's biggest soap operas and many actors have done amazingly well.
Ricky Whittle, Emmett J Scanlan, Nathalie Emmanuel, Ben Hardy and Oscar winner Rachel Shenton are just a few of our soap favourites to have gone on to huge success across the pond.
And now a familiar Coronation Street face could be joining that list.
She told the Daily Star, "It's going to be an exciting year. I've already had so many wonderful auditions.
"One was for a big Netflix show, which would be an amazing opportunity. But I can't say too much more."
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Emmett J Scanlan
He played the infamous villain on Hollyoaks but Brendan Brady soon turned into the good guy following his relationship with Ste Hay.However in 2013 he left the Channel 4 show and has since appeared in Peaky Blinders, Gangs of London and Guardian's of the Galaxy as the head riot guard.
She added, "I'm also going to LA. I've never been before, but I can do a really good American accent."
"And if doesn't work out, then it doesn't work out."
Her news comes just a week after she was forced to pull out of her first job role after leaving Corrie.
Katie was playing Tinkerbell in a pantomine production at Northwich's Memorial Court, in Cheshire, when she suddenly fell ill.
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On an appearance on Lorraine, the 26-year-old said, "In between the shows I fainted.
"There was an ambulance, but I don't remember that.
"I woke up in A and E with my Tinkerbell costume on."
Revealing she was forced to take time off work, despite only ever having one sick day in her career, she added, "That was really tough for me."
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