Actress Catherine Bell's Net worth, House and Married Life with Ex-husband Adam Beason!
Adam Beason’s ex-wife, Catherine Bell is a popular actress, model, and producer known for playing the role of Lieutenant Colonel Sarah MacKenzie in NBC’s legal drama series JAG and Denise Sherwood in Army Wives. Catherine also plays Cassandra Nightingale role in Hallmark’s The Good Witch film and television series.
Today we are breaking down how rich Catherine Bell is, her career and lifestyle choices to many interesting facts about her. How much is this glamorous actress from Charleston South Carolina's net worth? How does she spend her money? Let's talk about it all.
How Much Is Catherine Bell’s Net Worth?
The famous television actress and Scientologist, Catherine Bell has earned a good amount of money through her work as an actress, model, film producer and a massage therapist. According to some reliable net worth site, the gorgeous Catherine Bell's net worth is $15 million. She's made most of this money from her role in The Good Witch and its sequels. Major sources of Bell's income are her acting and modeling career.
Catherine has been part of many hit television series and big movies. One of her greatly successful movies Bruce Almighty grossed over $242 million throughout the country and $484 million worldwide. We can assume that she got her fair share from the movie.
And as far as expenses go, needless to say, Bell spends her money in wearing expensive designer brands, jewelry and traveling. In addition, Bell is also fond of skiing, snowboarding motorcycling, and kickboxing.
Catherine currently lives in a recently remodeled 3,380- square feet, single story ranch house valued $2.04 million. The ranch house was built on a 1.2-acre lot located in the gated Hidden Hills community in the western suburbs of Los Angeles.
Catherine Bell's Married Life And Divorce With Ex-Husband Adam Beason
Catherine met Adam for the first time on the sets of 1992 film Death Becomes Her. Adam Beason worked as an assistant director to Robert Zemeckis on the movie where Bell was cast as an actress. Catherine and Beason started dating during the shoot of the film and continued it for around two years before they married on 8th May 1994.
Image: Adam Beason, Catherine Bell
Source: Ace Showbiz
Adam Beason is a producer praised for his notable works in the films and tv series such as Last Man Standing, The B-Ring, Deceived and The Ranger. His Movie, B-Ring is a SciFi Action movie with a budget of $2.5 million for which 23 backers raised $42, 053 to make the movie possible.
Image: Adam Beason, Catherine Beason
Catherine and Adam were married for seventeen years. Sadly, their conjugal life became bitter in the fall of September 2011 and they separated in agreement due to irreconcilable differences. The couple’s divorce was finalized in September 2015. Bell has two children with Adam, Gemma Beason, 15 and Ronan Beason,9.
Image: Gemma Beason, Catherine Bell, son Ronan Beason
Even after the divorce, they remain good friends and are still committed to raising their kids together. Catherine Bell was spotted with her two kids at the World Premiere of Disney/ Pixar's “Cars 3” at the Anaheim Convention Centre on 10th June 2017, in Anaheim California.
Currently, it's been reported that the 49-year-old actress has been in a relationship with fellow Scientologist, Brooke Daniels. The couple started living together soon after Catherine's divorce with her ex-husband Beason, however, neither Bell nor Daniels have confirmed their relationship yet. And there was also a rumor that Bell left her husband to be with her lesbian partner Daniels.
Quick facts about Catherine Bell
- Catherine Bell is a model and actress born on 14th August 1968 in the UK.
- Catherine stepped into television in 1991 playing short-lived sitcom Sugar and Spice.
- Catherine married Adam Bason in 1994 and separated in 2011; is also a mother of two children.
- Catherine Bell supported to promote the gala opening of the Citizen’s Commission on Human Rights in 2005.
- Catherine garnered Saturn Award for Best Supporting actress on television for her role in The Triangle in 2006.