Born in Canada on June 22, 1960, Catherine Wilder Disher is an actress and voice actor who has won two Gemini Awards. Two awards were given to her: one in 2010 for her performance in The Border and one in 2011 for her part in the Canadian miniseries Snakes and Ladders.
|Full name||Catherine Wilder Disher|
|Date of birth||June 22, 1969|
|Birth place||Montreal, England|
|Profession||Actress and voice actor|
|Net worth||$2 million|
Early life and education
Born in England and raised in Montreal, Catherine Disher attended the National Theatre School of Canada, one of the most prestigious theatre schools in North America, after majoring in English literature at McGill University in Montreal and Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire.
Beginning her acting career in 1986, Catherine Disher played the part of Catherine Collins in the science fiction film ‘The Vindicator’. She also starred in the TV movie “Murder Sees the Light” that year. Then, in the late 1980s, she starred in a small part in the romantic comedy A New Life. A few years later, the actress received her first-ever nomination for a Gemini Award for her role as Dulcie in the thriller “Grand Larceny.”
She starred in the TV films “Earthquake in New York” and “Woman on the Run: The Lawrencia Bembenek Story” in the 1990s. Disher worked on a number of television films in the 2000s. During this period, she was most known for playing Martha Tinsdale in “The Good Witch.” Ten sequels to the movie, which starred Chris Potter and Catherine Bell, were produced. The actress made an appearance in “Regression” in 2015 as Kate.
Catherine Disher has made television appearances as Minister Audrey Flankman in “Snakes and Ladders” and as Dr. Natalie Lambert in “Forever Knight.” She made an appearance in the Canadian drama ‘The Border’ in 2008. In addition to these, the actress has appeared in episodes of the TV shows The Campbells, Goosebumps, Night Heat, Street Legal, Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, Degrassi, and The Path to 9/11.
Catherine Disher is a voice actress who has provided voices for numerous video game, cartoon, and radio drama characters. In the video game “X-Men,” she provided the voices for Psylocke, Storm, and Spiral. In the video game “Resident Evil 3: Nemesis,” she also provided the voice of Jill Valentine. ..Her most well-known television voice roles are those of Mrs. Goose in “Franklin,” Noddy in “Noddy,” Tara Moody in “Producing Parker,” Jean Grey in “Spider-Man,” and Mrs. Bromley Polie in “Rolie Polie Olie.” Elilah and Julius, World of Quest, Busytown Mysteries, Iggy Arbuckle, Avengers: United They Stand, Mischief City, The Magic School Bus, and Tales from the Cryptkeeper are just a few of the films in which she has provided voice work for extra characters.
Husband and child
Catherine Disher was previously married to actor and co-star on “X-Men,” Cedric Smith, who is seventeen years her senior. In 1993, Darcy Montgomery Smith, their son, was born.
It is estimated that Catherine Disher is worth $2 million. Her success as an actress has contributed to her increasing wealth.