Many people know Catherine Bell for her starring role as Cassie Nightingale in the Hallmark television series "The Good Witch" and for her acting role on Lifetime's "Army Wives." Bell's film credits include "Bruce Almighty," "Evan Almighty" and "Men of War."
Bell gained attention for her depiction of Marine Corps attorney Lieutenant Sarah "Mac" MacKenzie on "JAG." On "Army Wives," Bell plays Denise Sherwood, a nurse whose husband is a ranking military official who is serving in Iraq. Bell's character often takes younger army wives under her wing, and she helps new wives become comfortable in their role as an army spouse. Bell's character, Denise Sherwood, grew up in a military family, and her character's son died serving in Afghanistan. Bell's other television acting credits include guest roles on "Law & Order" and "Friends."
Bell has a sprawling $2 million estate in Los Angeles' star-studded west suburbs. Her estate includes a three-car garage, French doors and a white fireplace. Fans also know that Bell spends time in Charleston when she films her role on "Army Wives." Bell moved to Los Angeles at the age of three and studied biomedical engineering at UCLA. Bell was once married to Adam Beason. Bell and Beason owned a home in the Calabasas that the couple sold prior to Bell buying her $2 million estate. Bell has a son and a daughter, as of November 2015.