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Catherine Bell

Birth Date: August 14, 1968 / Age: 49
Birth Place: London, England, UK

Biography: Catherine Lisa Bell (born August 14, 1968 in London) is a British born American actress who was, until recently, the co-star of the hit television show JAG.

Bell is the daughter of a British father and Iranian mother. Her parents divorced and she and her mother moved to Los Angeles, California when she was three years old. She became a naturalized citizen of the United States at age 12. She acted in various television advertisements as a child. She attended the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) with an interest in becoming a biomedical engineer or doctor but dropped out to become a model. One of her first modelling jobs was an extended assignment in Japan.

Her first appearance in a film was as a body double for Isabella Rossellini in Death Becomes Her (1992). In 2003, Bell played a supporting role in the comedy Bruce Almighty, which starred Jim Carrey. Up until April 29, 2005, Bell also played Marine Lt Colonel Sarah McKenzie on the television show JAG

Bell is fluent in Persian and is a noted member of the Church of Scientology. Bell is married to Adam Beason and has a daughter, Gemma.

Bell is renowned in NFL football as being the only person to have ever correctly predicted, in a major publication, the participants in, winner, and final score of a Super Bowl before the regular season. Before the 2001 NFL regular season began, "The Sporting News" reported that Bell predicted the outcome of Super Bowl XXXVI would be: New England Patriots 20, St. Louis Rams 17.

Biography Credit:

> TV Credits

Starring/Leading Roles

JAG (1995) ... Maj./Lt. Col. Sarah "Mac" MacKenzie (1997-2005)

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