Katee Sackhoff is a professional American actress. Katee Sackhoff is Known for her roles as Lieutenant Kara “Starbuck” Thrace on the Sci-Fi Channel’s Battlestar Galactica (2004–2009), Niko Breckenridge in the Netflix series Another Life (2019–2021), Victoria “Vic” Moretti on the A&E/Netflix series Longmire, and Bo-Katan Kryze on the Disney+ series The Mandalorian.
Table of Biography
Early Life and Childhood
Katee Sackhoff was born Kathryn Ann Sackhoff on April 8, 1980, in her birthplace, Portland, Oregon, U.S. Her age is currently 42 years old. She was born to her parents Dennis Sackhoff (father) and Mary Sackhoff (mother).
Her father is a land developer and her mother was a program coordinator. Likewise, she has a sibling named Erick Sackhoff. Similarly, she holds American nationality but her ethnicity is not available at the moment. As born on April 8, her birth sign is Aries.
Talking about her educational background, she is a graduate student. She completed her graduation from Sunset High School at Beaverton in 1998. Likewise, she started swimming when she was young.
She also had plans to make swimming her career by the time she graduated from high school, but she hurt her right knee. Due to this, she started practicing yoga, which she still does now, and developed an interest in acting.
Kate Sackhoff’s flawless posture and slim body have charmed her fans. She is 5 feet 6 inches in height and 56kg in weight, which has helped her obtain important roles in her career. Likewise, her breast size is 35 inches and wears a bra of 34B.
She has body measurements of 35-25-33 inches (chest-waist-hips). Similarly, her shoe size is 8 (US) and her dress size is 4 (US). Moreover, she has a pair of light brown eyes with blonde hair color.
Career and Professional Life
Katee Sackhoff is a prominent American actress. She played a teen mother with a child in her debut acting role in the Lifetime film Fifteen and Pregnant, which starred Kirsten Dunst.
Sackhoff landed a supporting part as Nell Bickford in The Education of Max Bickford after landing her first recurring role as Annie in MTV’s Undressed. Before playing Jenna “Jen” Danzig in Halloween: Resurrection, she made her film debut in My First Mister.
Additionally, Sackhoff agreed to play the title role in the ABC pilot for the crime drama Boston’s Finest in February 2010. ABC made the decision not to order the show. In the Futurama episode “Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences,” she made a guest appearance.
Sackhoff joins the cast of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation in the fall of 2010 as Detective Reed, a capable investigator who struggles with sensitivity. Sackhoff appeared as a guest star as Rachel, a homeless drug addict, in an episode of Workaholics in 2011.
Furthermore, Sackhoff began providing her voice to the 2012 season of the Lucasfilm Animation television series Star Wars: The Clone Wars, in which she voiced Bo-Katan Kryze, a revolutionary Mandalorian Death Watch and Nite Owls member.
Both the Star Wars Rebels prequel and the seventh season of the Disney+ original series had her reprising this role. Sackhoff played Bo-Katan Kryze in the Disney+ live-action original series The Mandalorian, which aired in 2020 as well.
More about her career
Sackhoff portrayed Dahl, a mercenary hired by Riddick’s cosmic prisoner Vin Diesel to find him. Sackhoff joined the Toad Hop Network’s Schmoes Know Movies podcast in August 2012 as a co-host.
Sean Astin was a guest star in one of her first performances. Sackhoff said in April 2015 that she would be writing and executive producing a new TV series called Rain for her company Fly Free Productions.
In addition, she played the motion capture and voice-over character Sarah Hall in the video game Call of Duty: Black Ops III. In the Power Rangers universe’s short film Power/Rangers, she played Pink Ranger Kimberly.
As a special guest star, Sackhoff made her debut on the fourth season of The CW television show The Flash in 2017 as the villain Blacksmith. Between 2019 and 2021, it had two seasons. In February 2022, Sackhoff gave notice that it was ending.
Awards and Nominations
For her hard work and dedication, she got nominated and also received honors and awards. She was nominated for Saturn Award (2003) for Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series.
In Saturn Award (2006), she was nominated for Best Actress on Television. Likewise, she also got nominated for Saturn Award (2008) for Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series and also was nominated for the same award in 2010 for Choice TV Actress: Action.
Moreover, she won Saturn Award (2005) for Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series. Similarly, she has also won Fangoria Chainsaw Awards (2015) for Best Supporting Actress.
Katee Sackhoff – Net Worth 2022
This veteran American actress has earned a reasonable amount of money throughout her acting career. She has a net worth of $4 million as of 2022. However, there is no information about her salary, asset values, cars, houses, endorsements, and so on.
Talking about her relationship status, Sackhoff is a married woman. Sackhoff met Robin Gadsby, an actor, in Vancouver, British Columbia, in 2018. On Sackhoff’s 40th birthday, they got engaged.
They married in early October 2021. The couple gave birth to a daughter, Ginevra Grace Gadsby as their first child in December 2021.
As for her past relationships and affairs, she has been in a relationship with Scott Niemeyer from 2012-2013. Additionally, both of them got engaged.
But later things didn’t work out between them and they decided to split up. Later, she has also been in a relationship with Karl Urban for more than four years (2014-2018).
Katee Sackhoff – Social Media 2022
Coming to her social media activities, she is active on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. Her Instagram is verified under the username @therealkateesackhoff where she has more than 382k followers and 1,120 posts.
Likewise, she has more than 298.9k followers on her @kateesackhoff Twitter account. Similarly, her Facebook page has more than 356k followers to date.
Moreover, she joined YouTube on 30 March 2009 and has mustered more than 121k subscribers at the time of writing this biography.