Katie Douglas is a Canadian actress. She is well known for appearing in movies like Spooksville, Mary Kills People. She had main roles in Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey and Level 16 as well as in the Netflix series Ginny and Georgia and Jackie in Pretty Hard Cases.
Katie Douglas Height and Full Biography
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Katie Douglas was born on 19th October 1998, in Burlington, Ontario, Canada. She is 5 Feet 1 inches tall.
Douglas began her acting career when she was six years old in F2: Forensic Factor at the Great Big. She appeared in numerous other productions including a Christmas play and she was also Tinkerbell at the summer camp of the Burlington Dance Academy.
Douglas studied at Nelson High School in Burlington. While acting she finished her education as a traveling pupil due to the many travels involved in her acting.
In 2013, Douglas was featured as Sally Wilcox on Discovery Family’s fantasy action TV show SpooksvillIe for one season. She was cast as Young Irisa on the science fiction action TV series Defiance: The Lost Ones premiered on SyFy in March 2014. When she was 15, she was nominated for Outstanding Performance in a Children’s Series at the 41st Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards in 2014.
Douglas had a recurring role as Naomi Malik from 2017 to 2019 in the Global Network Canadian comedy and drama TV series Mary Kills People. She played a lead role in the 2018 science fiction movie Level 16. She played the lead role in Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey. In 2021 portrayed as Abby, a friend of Ginny in the Netflix comedy series Ginny and Georgia. Douglas has also been featured in the CBC Television police comedy-drama television series Pretty Hard Cases.
In 2022, Douglas starred in the police protection film The Walk alongside Justin Chatwin, Terrence Howard, and Malcolm McDowell. She joined The Wayne Ayers Podcast in 2023.
Katie Douglas Movies
2007: F2: Forensic Factor
2011: Stay with Me
2012: Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town
2012: Less Than Kind
2013: Defiance: The Lost Ones
2014: Saving Hope
2015–2016: Max & Shred
2016: Raising Expectations
2018: Creeped Out
2018: Burden of Truth
2018: Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey
2018: Level 16
2018: Every Day
2019: Thicker Than Water
2017–2019: Mary Kills People
2020: Double-Edged (short)
2021-2022: Pretty Hard Cases
2021-present: Ginny & Georgia
It has 2022: The Walk
Katie Douglas Awards/Nominations
Katie Douglas won the following awards;
2018: Blood in the Snow Awards for Best Actress
2021: Hollywood Blood Horror Festival for Best Young Actress
2021: Independent Horror Movie Awards for Best Actress
2022: IndieFEST Film Awards for Award of Excellence Actress: Leading
2022: Rome International Movie Awards for Best Young Actress
2022: Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival for Best Supporting Actress
As of January 2023, Douglas received 5 award nominations such as the 2020 Canadian Screen Awards, Toronto Best Lead Performance, TV Movie, and the Moscow Indie Film Festival for Best Actress in Supporting Role among others.
Katie Douglas Net Worth
Katie Douglas currently has a net worth of $2 million.