Catherine Bell

American actress and producer Catherine Bell was born on August 14, 1968, in London. When she was 3, she moved to the USA together with her mother Mina, a nurse. Her father is architect Peter Bell.

Bell started her career as a model in Japan. After returning to California, she started to study acting at the Beverly Hills Playhouse. Her first small role was in 1990 sitcom “Sugar and Spice”. In 1992, she got her first feature film role in “Death Becomes Her”, where she was Isabella Rossellini’s body double. Her role of Marine Lieutenant Colonel Sarah MacKenzie in “JAG” TV series was a breakthrough one and made Bell a well-known actress. She also played in “Bruce Almighty”(2003) movie, TV series “Army Wives” (2007-2013) and “The Good Witch” (both films and TV series).

From 1994 to 2011, Catherine Bell was married to actor-production assistant Adam Beason. The couple has a son and daughter.

Catherine likes motorcycling, skiing, snowboarding, kick-boxing, cross-stitching and making model cars. Moreover, despite been raised as Roman Catholic, the actress is also interested in Scientology.