Catherine Bell Net Worth – 2022

Catherine Bell

Net Worth $12 Million
Height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Profession Actor, Model, Film Producer, Massage therapist
Gender Female
Date of Birth Aug 14, 1968 (53 years old)
Nationality United Kingdom

Catherine Bell Net Worth:

$12 Million

What is Catherine Bell’s Salary and Net Worth?

Catherine Bell is an American-British actress, producer, and model with a $12 million net worth. Bell is best known for her roles as Lieutenant Colonel Sarah MacKenzie on NBC/”JAG” CBS’s (1996–2005), Denise Sherwood on Lifetime’s “Army Wives” (2007–2013), and Cassandra “Cassie” Nightingale on the Hallmark Channel’s “Good Witch” (2015–2021). Catherine has served as a producer on “Good Witch” in addition to the TV movies “The Good Witch” (2008), “The Good Witch’s Garden” (2009), “The Good Witch’s Gift” (2010), “Last Man Standing” (2011), “The Good Witch’s Family” (2011), “The Good Witch’s Charm” (2012), “The Good Witch’s Destiny” (2013), “The Good Witch’s Wonder” (2014), “Home for Christmas Day” (2017), “High-Rise Rescue” (2017). Bell has appeared in over 45 films, including “Bruce Almighty” (2003) and “The Do-Over” (2016), as well as the miniseries “The Triangle” (2005). Catherine was nominated in 2006 (by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Films) for the Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress in Television for “The Triangle.”

Early Years

Catherine Bell was born Catherine Lisa Bell in London, England on August 14, 1968. Catherine was 2 years old when her parents, Mina Ezzati and Peter Bell, split. Peter, of Scottish descent, was an architect in Iran, whilst Mina, an Iranian, studied nursing in London. Following the divorce, Bell was raised by her mother and grandparents, who eventually settled in the San Fernando Valley in California. Catherine stated that she grew up in California “Certainly, I am a Valley Girl. I was a boy-man. I like skateboarding, football, and occasionally pushing the edge.” Our Lady of Corvallis High School and UCLA were attended by Bell. She first sought a career in medicine, but after being given a modeling job in Japan, she walked out of school as a sophomore.


Catherine chose to attempt acting upon her return to the United States and studied with Milton Katselas at the Beverly Hills Playhouse. She worked as a massage therapist for eight years at the Peninsula Hotel. Bell made her television debut in 1990 with a single line in an episode of “Sugar and Spice”; she then guest-starred on “True Colors” in 1991 and appeared as Isabella Rossellini’s naked body duplicate in “Death Becomes Her” in 1992. She then featured in the TV movies “Mother of the Bride” (1993) and “Alien Nation: Body and Soul” (1995), as well as the film “Men of War” (1994), and guest-starred on “Dream On” (1994), “Vanishing Son” (1995), “Friends” (1995), and “The Naked Truth” (1995). (1995). Catherine was cast as Lt. Diane Schonke, a three-line role, in “JAG” in 1996. After NBC canceled the program, CBS reorganized it and added the character of Marine Corps attorney Sarah MacKenzie. Bell auditioned for and got the part, and she portrayed the character until JAG’s cancellation in 2005, starring in almost 200 episodes. She repeated her role in three episodes of “NCIS: Los Angeles” in 2019 and 2020.

Catherine has been in the films “Crash Dive” (1996) and “Black Thunder” (1998), as well as the television movies “Cab to Canada” (1998) and “Thrill Seekers” (1999) and the television shows “Hot Line” (1996) and “Hercules: The Legendary Journeys” (1996). (1997). In 2003, she co-starred with Jim Carrey, Morgan Freeman, and Jennifer Aniston in “Bruce Almighty,” which made $484,6 million, and she appeared uncredited in “Evan Almighty” in 2007. Bell provided her voice for the 2005 animated feature “Babak and Friends: A First Norooz,” and she guest-starred on “Waking the Dead” (2005), “Threshold” (2006), and “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” (2006), as well as appearing in the television film “Still Small Voices” (2007). She portrayed Emily Patterson, a deep ocean resource engineer, in the 2005 science-fiction miniseries “The Triangle” starring Sam Neill and Eric Stoltz. From 2007 to 2014, she appeared as Denise Sherwood on the seven-season, 117-episode series “Army Wives.”

Catherine portrayed Cassandra “Cassie” Nightingale for the first time in “The Good Witch” on the Hallmark Channel in 2008. She continued to portray the role in six further TV movies and the 75-episode series “Good Witch.” 2011’s “Last Man Standing” and “Good Morning, Killer” were followed by “Home for Christmas Day,” “High-Rise Rescue,” and “Christmas in the Air” in 2017, “A Summer to Remember” in 2018, and “Meet Me at Christmas” in 2020. In 2016, she acted in the movies “The Bandit Hound” and “The Do-Over” alongside Adam Sandler and David Spade.

Personal Life

Bell, who was raised Roman Catholic, eventually converted to Scientology and participated in the 2006 Scientology music video “United” alongside Jenna Elfman, Isaac Hayes, and Erika Christensen. Catherine and Adam Beason wed on May 8, 1994, after meeting on the set of “Death Becomes Her” in 1992. The couple had a daughter, Gemma, on April 16, 2003, and a boy, Ronan, on August 21, 2010, prior to their 2011 divorce. Bell and her children moved in with photographer and event planner Brooke Daniells in 2012. (a fellow Scientologist). Catherine likes skiing, kickboxing, snowboarding, biking, and cross-stitching. During the 2007–2008 Writers Guild of America strike, she also took flying lessons.

Real Estate

In 2015, Bell paid $2.05 million for a 3,380-square-foot residence in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Hidden Hills. The residence is situated on 0.4 hectares and has four bedrooms and three bathrooms. She had owned a roughly 5,700-square-foot Calabasas mansion, which she sold for $1,945,000 to professional baseball player Jason Kubel in 2010.

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