Elizabeth Kemp was an American actress and acting coach.
She began her career appearing in the television series Love of Life in 1973, after having studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and at the Actors Studio under Lee Strasberg. She went on to become an acting coach and faculty member of the Actors Studio Drama School at Pace University.
In 1980, Kemp made her feature film debut in the horror film He Knows You’re Alone, opposite Caitlin O’Heaney and Tom Hanks. Kemp received the GLAAD Award for her work on L.A. Law (1986). As a director, Kemp was responsible for many productions at The Actors Studio including The Glass Menagerie, The Beauty Queen of Leenane, and the world premier of Free Gift Inside (by Edward Allan Baker). Internationally Kemp directed The Stronger and Homesick at Strindbergs Original Intima Theater in Stockholm and Dreamstories at The Claude LeLouche Theatre Cine 13 in Paris and at La Spazia Teatro in Rome. Kemp became a Lifetime Member of The Actors Studio in 1975.