Anna Cathcart is part of a new breed of actresses who are gearing to take the center stage in the nearest future, blessed with the uncanny natural ability to effortlessly interpreting roles, Anna is sure here to stay.
In an industry obsessed with stereotyping, Anna has set out to maintain her uniqueness in an environment that has sought to beat her into a preconceived mold. There have been moves by producers and directors to get her to dye her auburn-colored hair, get her off her glasses, and alter her appearance to fit in. With the support of her parents, Anna is doing a good job of keeping her feet on the ground and sticking to her style.
Anna Cathcart’s Bio & Childhood
Anna Cathcart was born on June 16, 2003, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada to parents whose identities have somewhat remained elusive. A self-confessed introvert, a lot has been said about her ability to remain grounded amidst rising fame. She has managed to successfully juggle her rising career, dance classes, and her academics in a way that points to the fact that she has been kept grounded by her family. Anna is a sophomore at an undisclosed High School in her hometown.
Acting started for Anna at the age of 8, when she was picked to appear in commercials for Crayola and Campbell’s Soup. Following her impressive performance in the commercials, a scout approached her parents and asked that she audition for the PBS comedy series Odd Squad, an educational series that had its plot set against kids who ran an organization and employed the use of mathematical concepts to accomplish tasks. She landed the role of Agent Olympia and did an amazing job portraying her character.
She joined in the second season of the series, her first appearance was in August 2015. When the film version Odd Squad: The Movie was released, she appeared the lead role. In 2017, Anna appeared in two episodes of yet another educational TV program Dino Dana where she played Robyn.
As it is always said, the reward for good work is more work, her rising profile led her to be picked after auditioning for Disney’s original film Descendants 2 where she starred as Dizzy Tremaine. The film was an instant hit and garnered 5.33 million viewers on Disney Channel.
Anna Cathcart followed that up with an appearance in the American fantasy drama Once Upon a Time in 2017 playing Tween Drizella in two episodes of the show.
Her biggest work came in 2018 when she featured as Kitty Covey, the little sister of Laura Jean Covey in the Netflix film To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. The concept behind the movie was based on a book by Jenny Han. Anna worked alongside Lana Condor, , and Janel Parrish.
Facts About The Anna Cathcart – The Canadian Actress
There have been little information about Anna Cathcart’s family background, siblings, and parents. What is known is that she has supportive parents and has a sister called Sara.
Nominations and Awards
Anna’s career is still in its infancy but it has attracted some accolades. In 2016, she and her Odd Squad co-stars were nominated and won the Joey Award for the Best Young Ensemble in a TV Series. Two years later at the Canadian Screen Awards, Anna Cathcart was nominated for Best Performance, Children’s or Youth for her sterling performance in Odd Squad.
Anna Cathcart’s Love For Pets
Anna is a big fan of pets and owns a dog named Mia. She often posts pictures of herself and her beloved Mia on her social media handles. She is also a big Disney fan and owns a Descendant doll.
As a young child actor, Anna’s income is mostly from her appearances on the TVOKids/PBS Kids comedy series Odd Squad and her role as Kitty Covey in Netflix’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. She reportedly earns a yearly income within the region of $52,000.
Height, Weight, And Body Measurements
Anna is still growing hence her body is still evolving, so are her height, weight, and other body measurements. She stands at 5 feet 2 inches at the moment. Her vital statistics are listed as 28B-22-30 for her chest, waist, and hip measurements.