As an actress and a model as well hailing from Britain, whose career started off around 1991 and at 53 years still going strong, Catherine Bell parents should be very proud of her now for the successes that she has been able to choke in her career, thus far.
This article is dedicated not to Catherine but to Catherine Bell parents.
The goal is to let you know the proud parents of Catherine Bell who, no matter where they are now, should be very proud of their daughter.
To let you know just how proud Catherine Bell parents should be of their daughter now, let us unravel who Catherine Bell is.
Who is Catherine Bell?
Catherine Lisa Bell was born on 14 August 1968.
She is a British-American actress and model known for her roles as Lieutenant Colonel Sarah MacKenzie in the television series JAG from 1997 to 2005, Denise Sherwood in the series Army Wives from 2007 to 2013, and Cassandra “Cassie” Nightingale in Hallmark’s The Good Witch films and television series since 2008.
If you made time to watch the television series JAG from 1997 to 2005, you should by now know who Catherine Bell is.
studied at the Beverly Hills Playhouse with Milton Katselas.
She also worked as a massage therapist for eight years at the Peninsula Hotel, and her clients included singer Peter Gabriel. Bell’s first television acting role was one line spoken to Gabriel on the short-lived 1990 sitcom Sugar and Spice.
Among her first parts was serving as Isabella Rossellini’s nude body double for the 1992 film Death Becomes Her.
In 1994, Bell starred in the Dolph Lundgren film Men of War.
While filming the movie in Thailand, Bell and her co-star Trevor Goddard bonded over contracting amoebic dysentery.
Goddard would play Bell’s off-and-on love interest Mic Brumby the following year on JAG.
They remained friends until Goddard’s death from a drug overdose in June 2003, an event that the bereaved Bell described as “horrible”.
In 1995, she obtained a three-line role in one episode of the NBC TV series JAG, which centers on the work of the United States Department of the Navy’s Judge Advocate General office.
NBC canceled the show after which it was picked up by CBS, which restructured the series, incorporating a female Marine Corps lawyer character, Sarah MacKenzie.
Bell auditioned for that role and won it.
One episode of the show established that MacKenzie is an Iranian-American, and featured Bell speaking Persian.
She continued in this role until the series ended in 2005.
Is Catherine Bell married?
Catherine Bell parents won’t be quite happy about this one thing that has happened to their daughter.
The fact that she has separated from her ex-husband Adam Beason.
Bell met actor-production assistant Adam Beason on the set of the 1992 film Death Becomes Her.
They were married on 8 May 1994.
They are the parents of two children, Gemma and Ronan.
They lived in a nearly 5,700 square feet (530 m2) faux-Tuscan-style mini-mansion in Calabasas, California.
The couple sold the house in 2010 and publicly confirmed that they had separated sometime before September 2011.
They eventually divorced in 2011.
Catherine Bell, however, got over the separation from Adam Beason and got married to Brooke Daniells in 2012.
Who are Catherine Bell parents?
Catherine Lisa Bell, born on 14 August 1968 in London, is the daughter of a Scottish father, Peter Bell, and an Iranian mother, Mina Ezzati.
Peter was an architect under contract to an oil company in Iran; Mina had traveled to London to study nursing.
Bell’s parents divorced when Catherine was two years old.
She was raised by her mother and maternal grandparents.
Who is Catherine Bell Father?
Catherine Bell’s father is Peter Bell. Not much is known about her but what we know about him is that he was an architect under contract to an oil company in Iran.
Catherine Bell parents apparently met while Bell was working in the oil company in Iran as Mina is Iranian.
Who is Catherine Bell mother?
Catherine Bell’s mother is Mina Bell.
Catherine Bell parents divorced when Catherine was two years old. She was raised by her mother and maternal grandparents.