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Overview (3)

Born in Patterson, Georgia, USA
Birth NameKatherine Dee Strickland
Height 5' 5" (1.65 m)

Mini Bio (1)

KaDee Strickland was born on December 14, 1975 in Patterson, Georgia, USA as Katherine Dee Strickland. She is an actress, known for Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid (2004), Fever Pitch (2005) and The Grudge (2004). She has been married to Jason Behr since November 10, 2006. They have three children.

Spouse (1)

Jason Behr (10 November 2006 - present) ( 3 children)

Trivia (9)

Raised in Georgia and then went to the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Favorite horror movie is The Omen (1976).
Name origins come from her father's name, Dee.
Considered for the role of Susan Storm/Invisible Girl in Fantastic Four (2005).
Received a Silver Star Alumni Award from her alma mater, The University of the Arts in Philadelphia in 2006.
Met her now-husband, Jason Behr on the set of 2004's The Grudge (2004).
Sister-in-law of Aaron Behr, Johnny Behr and Alisa Behr.
(November 10, 2006) Married her boyfriend of 2 years Jason Behr.
Has three children with her husband Jason Behr: a son Attius Elijah Behr (b. October 17, 2013) and twin daughters - Caroline Matilda Behr and Emmeline Victoria Behr (b. July 8, 2017).

Personal Quotes (8)

I'm kind of obsessed with food - I really am.
As an actor, there is always an opportunity to learn from the other actors you work with.
Oh God, I'm going to get in trouble for saying this, but I grew up falling asleep in church because I was tired from watching horror movies late at night.
My father's name is Dee, so when I was born they named me Katherine Dee and they took the K from Katherine and put it with his name, sort of to give me my dad's namesake. But it's hysterical how often it gets misspelled. I used to be like, 'No one capitalizes my D!'
My father always said, 'Do your best and piss on the rest.' And I think there's a lot of truth to that, because if you've done your best, there's not a hell of a lot more you can do about something.
The reason I always loved The Omen (1976) so much, and what has always been scariest to me, is anything to do with God. Anything to do with God is quite frightening because fear is something that's very much expressed in a church environment, and I grew up in one. And the fear of God was very much instilled me at a very young age.
I can say this: You haven't lived until you've had to wear a triplet pregnancy belly. You would be amazed at what a girl can learn based on the different months of pregnancy to make her character more interesting.
You are enough, which I believe is critical for any human being to get in their bones.

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