Katie Douglas Biography, Age, Height, Husband, House, Movies, TV Shows, Instagram, Net Worth, and Career

Katie Douglas Biography, Age, Height, Husband, House, Movies, Instagram, Net Worth, and Career

Katie Douglas is a Canadian actress and model who rose to fame after landing the role of Sally Wilcox in the action-adventure TV series “Spooksville.” The show ran from 2013 to 2014, and Katie had the breakout role in the series.

She gained recognition for playing several lead roles in Canadian movies and hit shows. From 2017 to 2019, Katie had a starring role in the hit TV series “Mary Kills People.” In the meantime, she appeared in other projects, including “Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey” and “Level 16.”

In 2021, Katie was announced to play the role of Abby in the Netflix comedy series “Ginny and Georgia.” She followed that up with her appearance as Jackie in the comedy series “Pretty Hard Cases” from 2021 to 2022. She began her professional acting career at the age of six.

Katie Douglas Biography

NameKatie Douglas
Net Worth$2 Million
Per Episode Salary$20,000
Annual Income$100,000 +
ProfessionActress
GenderFemale

Early Life


Katie Emily Douglas was (born on October 19, 1998), in Burlington, Ontario, Canada. Her father, Ken Douglas, passed away after suffering from pancreatic cancer.

Since then, she was raised by her single mother, Jayce Douglas. Katie spent her childhood in Ontario with three younger siblings, including two twin brothers and a sister, Sarah.

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She graduated from Nelson High School. Upon completing high school, she went on to take her acting and theatre classes at the Great Big Theatre Company.

Career

When Douglas was 6, she began acting at the Bolshoi Theatre in Burlington, Ontario. Then, she started getting acting gigs and starred in several Christmas plays and productions. Around that same time, she made screen acting in the TV series “F2: Forensic Factor” in 2003.

Douglas’s early appearances quickly caught the attention of the Discovery Family channel, which offered her an acting gig. She got the character of Sally Wilcox in the action TV series “Spooksville” in 2013. The show became successful, but it only ran for one season.

In March 2014, SyFy’s TV movie “Defiance: The Lost Ones” premiered, and Katie played Young Irisa. Eventually, her outstanding performance in the 2013 series “Spooksville” earned her a 2014 Emmy Award nomination in Los Angeles.

From 2013 to 2015, Katie reprised her role as Young Irisa in the science fiction series “Defiance.” Apart from recurring roles, she guest appeared in many TV series, including “Less Than Kind,” “Alphas,” “Saving Hope, “Max & Shred,” “Eyewitness,” “Creeped Out,” and many more.

In 2016, Katie had the main role of Connor Wayney in the series “Raising Expectations”, which ran for 26 episodes. From 2017 to 2019, she starred as Naomi Malik in “Mary Kills People”, which premiered on Global Network TV. During that time, she was playing the lead role of Vivien in the 2019 movie “Level 16.”

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Her character of Lisa McVey in the 2018 drama film “Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey” earned her ACTRA Award nomination. In 2021, Katie again came to the limelight when she began starring as Abby in the Netflix comedy series “Ginny & Georgia.”

Next year, she appeared as Kate Coughlin in Daniel Adams’ film “The Walk” alongside Terrence Howard, Malcolm McDowell, and more. In 2013, Katie was asked to join “The Wayne Ayers Podcast.”

Career Highlights

  • Spooksville (TV series, 2013-2014)
  • Level 16 (Film, 2016)
  • Defiance: The Lost Ones (TV film, 2013)
  • Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey (TV movie, 2018)
  • Raising Expectations (Series, 2016)
  • Ginny & Georgia (Series, 2021)
  • 2014 41st Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Award, Outstanding Performer in a Kid’s Series _ Nomination
  • 2019 17th Annual ACTRA Award, Outstanding Performance – Female _ Nomination
  • 2020 Canadian Screen Award, Best Lead Performance _ Nomination
  • 2022 Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival, Best Supporting Actress _ Won

Katie Douglas Net Worth

Katie Douglas is a Canadian actress and model known for her role as Sally Wilcox in the action-adventure TV series “Spooksville.” With a net worth of $2 million, she has made a name for herself in the entertainment industry by appearing in films, television shows, web series, and brand endorsements. Her breakout role in “Spooksville” helped her gain widespread recognition, and she has been working on several upcoming projects since then. With her talent and hard work, Katie’s wealth is consistently growing, and she is sure to leave a lasting impact on the industry.

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FAQs

How did Katie Douglas get famous?

She is best known for her role as Abby Littman in the Netflix series Ginny & Georgia and as Jackie Sullivan in Pretty Hard Cases. She had her first starring role in Spooksville as Sally Wilcox for 22 episodes.

What movies did Katie Douglas play in?

She is best known for her work in television and film including roles on the series Ginny & Georgia (2021) as Abby Littman, Mary Kills People (2017).

What is Katie Douglas doing now?

Currently starring as 18-year-old Jackie Sullivan in the new female buddy cop drama Pretty Hard Cases.

Who played Katie Douglas?

She is best known for her role as Abby Littman in the Netflix series Ginny & Georgia.

how tall is katie douglas?

She is 1.52m tall.

how old is katie douglas?

She is 42 years old.



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