Catherine Bell - Army Wife
Catherine Lisa Bell (born August 14, 1968) is the first in the series of Army Wives I will doing.
One of Bell's first modeling jobs was an extended assignment in Japan. When she returned to California, she studied acting at the Beverly Hills Playhouse with Milton Katselas. She was a freelance masseuse whose clientele included singer, Peter Gabriel. She was on the game show, To Tell the Truth, in 1990 where she mentioned that she was a massage therapist (she was one of the imposters on the show, playing an imposter of a body-double named Shelly Michelle). Her first television acting role was one line on the sitcom Sugar and Spice (1990).
In 1996 Bell began her role as Marine Lieutenant Colonel, Sarah MacKenzie, in the series JAG. She continued in this role until 2005, and it became the role for which she is most well-known.
Since 2007 Bell has starred in Lifetime's ensemble drama series Army Wives as Denise Sherwood, the wife of a U.S. Army lieutenant colonel, who endured domestic violence at the hands of her teenage son during the show's first season.
Bell also has recently played the main role in Hallmark's The Good Witch (2008), and its sequels The Good Witch's Garden (2009), The Good Witch's Gift (2010), and The Good Witch's Family (2011); she co-executive-produced all of the movies.