An English film, television, theatre and radio actress, Caroline Catz is currently married to Michael Higgs since 1997. She is well known for her role as Louisa Glasson in “Doc Martin”. Caroline Catz performed with folk and indie groups called Sapphire and Monoland before beginning her acting career in the early 1990s. Catz starred in the 2016 BBC One sitcom series" I Want My Wife Back" playing the role of Bex.
Early Life and Career of Caroline Catz
Caroline Catz, born Caroline Caplan, on October 19, 1969, in Manchester, England. Her birth sign is Libra which defines her personality as kind, gentle and lovers of beauty, harmony, and peace.
Catz started her acting career in the early 1990s in minor roles. She featured in 1992 TV movie, Michael Kitchen. Later, she grabbed the lead role in the BBC's All Quiet on the Preston Front, which ran for three series.
In 2004, she starred in ITV's Doc Martin where she played the role of primary school headmistress Louisa Glasson.
Some of her notable screen credit includes, The Bill, The Vice, In Denial of Murder, Doc Martin, I Want My Wife Back, Britain's Biggest Warship, Ebola – The Search for a Cure and others.
Caroline Catz co-starred in Deja Vu on February 2009. She played the role of puppet maker, Anna in the stage production On Emotion. She made a brief appearance in a Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds music video.
Caroline Catz has an estimated net worth of $1.2 million which she accumulated from her acting career. She earns a good sum of the amount from her appearances in TV series and movies.
Caroline Catz's Personal Life
Caroline Catz is married to fellow actor Michael Higgs in 1997. The couple met on the set of "The Bill", where she played the role of Rosie Fox.
The lovebirds are also the parent of two children named, Sonny Joe who was born in 2001 and a daughter Honor Ray born in 2006. The couple seems to be very happy with each other so there are no signs of their separation.