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Bianca Kajlich Poster

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Overview (3)

Date of Birth 26 March 1977Seattle, Washington, USA
Birth NameBianca Maria Kajlich
Height 5' 8" (1.73 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Bianca Kajlich was born on March 26, 1977 in Seattle, Washington, USA as Bianca Maria Kajlich. She is an actress and producer, known for Rules of Engagement (2007), 10 Things I Hate About You (1999) and 30 Minutes or Less (2011). She has been married to Mike Catherwood since December 16, 2012. They have one child. She was previously married to Landon Donovan.

Spouse (2)

Mike Catherwood (16 December 2012 - present) (1 child)
Landon Donovan (31 December 2006 - 2011) (divorced)

Trivia (10)

Replaced Jacinda Barrett as "Sara Moyer" in Halloween: Resurrection (2002).
Last name is pronounced Ky-lick.
Is not able to scream (therefore, her screams in Halloween: Resurrection (2002) had to be dubbed).
Graduate of Bishop Blanchet High School.
Ranked #63 on the Maxim magazine Hot 100 of 2007 list.
Has numerous tattoos and, when appearing as a guest on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2005), she was asked by Craig Ferguson about the tattoo on her wrist. He also asked if it were her only one. She replied "No, I've got them all over the place", to which Craig asked, "Is that a GOOD thing"? She replied, "I guess it is to the people who get to see them".
Both she and her Rules of Engagement (2007) co-star Oliver Hudson appeared in multiple episodes of Dawson's Creek (1998).
Filmed a television pilot, titled Rock Me, Baby (2003). [April 2003]
Her father is of Slovak background. Her maternal grandfather was of Italian descent, and her maternal grandmother had English and German ancestry.
Gave birth to her first child at age 37, daughter Magnolia Catherwood, in April 2014. Child's father is her second husband, Mike Catherwood.

Personal Quotes (4)

Too many people get married and lose themselves. You have to fiercely hold on to who you are, and you need to celebrate that in the other person because that's what made you fall in love in the first place.
That's literally been the story of my career. I'm always the second choice. And you know what? I'm more than happy to be that person.
[about her brother's accident] In 2003 he was hit by a subway in Prague and lost both of his legs. It made me realize that we take for granted every step we take, and my brother now has to physically challenge himself to take each step in his prosthetic.
It's easy when you've had difficulty or strife in your life to look at other people who seem like they've had it easier. But the thing we forget is that it is all relative, and each person's experience is uniquely their own, so that the worst thing they may be going through is truly the worst thing for them . . . it's just about having compassion.

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