Since becoming a mother, it has become increasingly real that the world I leave is what my daughter has to live with. After realizing this responsibility, the environmental issues that face ours and future generations, have become a priority of mine. I know that the Earth and its well-being directly affects me and the people I love and care about. The Earth Organization is doing something to make the world a better place, and I appreciate their action both for my own good, but especially for that of my daughter.
The Earth Organizations goal is not only amazing, it is realistic. Their educational programs are raising awareness around the globe about how we can change the way the Earth is treated and do something that will actually improve the environment not only for our species, but all living organisms, both plant and animal. Their purpose to reverse the dwindling spiral of life on Earth, and to create a healthy, habitable planet on which all life flourishes and prospers, and of which we can be proud is one that should speak loudly to all people.
I have made it one of my purposes. You should as well.
Biography of Catherine Bell
Catherine was born in London and moved to Los Angeles with her family when she was three years old. While studying biomedical engineering at UCLA, Bell ventured into modeling, which soon led to immediate recognition in both the United States and overseas. Building on her success as a model, Bell decided to pursue an acting career, which was launched soon thereafter.
Bell is currently starring on the new hit new series, ARMY WIVES for Lifetime Television. She also recently completed filming the television movie The Good Witch for the Hallmark Channel, which airs in January. Catherine also starred in Still Small Voices for Lifetime in which she plays a woman haunted by the death of a young girl whose murder is unresolved. Prior to that, Bell appeared on Sci-Fi’s The Triangle, produced by Bryan Singer and Dean Devlin. In this critically acclaimed, three-night mini series about the Bermuda Triangle, Bell portrayed Emily Patterson, a deep ocean resource engineer who is hired by a shipping tycoon to investigate the cause of the numerous disappearances of his ships. The Triangle provided Sci-Fi with their highest ratings for a mini series since 2003s Steven Spielberg presents Taken.
For nine seasons, 16 million Americans tuned in every Friday to watch the stunning Catherine Bell on the award winning adventure drama JAG. Portraying the headstrong Marine Corps attorney Lt. Sarah Mac MacKenzie, Bell radiates confidence, integrity and wisdom through her adored character. Also beloved on the big screen, Bell appeared as the sassy siren in Universals mega-hit Bruce Almighty opposite Jim Carrey, and is reprising her role opposite Steve Carrell in the sequel, Evan Almighty.
Bells other credits include guest starring roles on the television shows Law & Order: SVU, Friends, Dream On, Misery Loves Company and the popular syndicated series Hercules. She appeared in the highly rated CBS telefilm Cab to Canada opposite Maureen O’Hara and the feature film Men of War opposite Dolph Lundgren. Bell also starred in the TBS Superstation original thriller The Time Shifters opposite Martin Sheen.