Katee Sackhoff is an American celebrity with a net worth of $4 million dollars. Produced in Portland, Oregon, Katee Sackhoff graduated from Sunset High School in Oregon, where she focused on competitive swimming. A knee injury stopped her professional swimming aspirations, and she changed her focus to acting. She made her professional acting debut only after graduating from high school, when she was cast in the television movie, “Fifteen and Pregnant”. After shooting the job, she moved to la to focus on playing full time.
Katee Sackhoff Net Worth $4 Million Dollars
She appeared in a sequence of short-lived television series through the late 90s and early 2000s, before being cast in the role that would bring her the most widespread acclaim, as Kara “Starbuck” Thrace about the reboot of “Battlestar Galactica”. The series ran for five seasons. She’s guest starred on such television shows as “Cold Case”, “Robot Chicken”, “Nip/Tuck”, and “The Big Bang Theory”, and has played starring or recurring characters on “Bionic Woman” and “24”. She’s now co-starring on the series, “Longmire”.
April 8, 1980
Portland, Oregon, United States
Sunset High School, Santa Monica College
Mary Sackhoff, Dennis Sackhoff
Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Actress: Action
Riddick, Oculus, The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia, Sexy Evil Genius, Halloween: Resurrection, White Noise: The Light, Battlestar Galactica: Razor, Fifteen and Pregnant, The Last Sentinel, My First Mister, Power/Rangers, Batman: Year One, Girl Flu, How I Married My High School Crush, Tell, Don't Knock Twice, Growl, Locust Valley, Lost & Found
Longmire, 24, Battlestar Galactica, Bionic Woman, The Education of Max Bickford, The Fearing Mind, HypaSpace
Has a tattoo of a Japanese symbol for "choice." Also has a crucifix on her left shoulder blade and and a Latin phrase on her right arm that means "public property".
Mother Mary is a coordinator for an English as a Second Language program.
Father Dennis is a land developer.
Has an older brother.
I was addicted to the original "Star Trek" when I was growing up, because of my dad. We grew up in St. Helens, Oregon and we weren't allowed to watch a lot of TV. I don't think we even had more than three channels, so it was basically watch Dynasty (1981) with my mom, watch Star Trek (1966) with my dad, or watch the mating rituals of beavers on OPB [Oregon Public Broadcasting]. So my brother and I watched "Star Trek".