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Reitman, Catherine 1981-

Reitman, Catherine 1981-


Born April 28, 1981, in Los Angeles, CA; daughter of Ivan Reitman (a director) and Genevieve Robert (an actress); sister of Jason Reitman (a producer, director, and writer). Education: Attended University of Southern California.




Film Appearances:

Granger granddaughter, Twins, Universal, 1988.

Girl with puppy, Ghostbusters II, Columbia, 1989.

Third grade student, Kindergarten Cop, Universal, 1990.

Girl at Durenberger's, Dave, Warner Bros., 1993.

Janie, Beethoven's 2nd, Universal, 1993.

Voice of Nerdluck Bupkus, Space Jam (animated), Warner Bros., 1996.

Victoria, Father's Day, Warner Bros., 1997.

Sarah, Crushed (short film), MR Productions, 2003.

First reporter, Thank You for Smoking, Fox Searchlight, 2006.

Monique, Soup of the Day, Iron Sink Media, 2006.

Television news reporter, My Super Ex-Girlfriend, Twentieth Century-Fox, 2006.

Alison's friend, Knocked Up, Universal, 2007.

Television Appearances; Series:

The Real Wedding Crashers, NBC, 2007.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Mary, Campus Ladies, Oxygen Network, 2006.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

"The Making of Ivan Reitman," Life and Times, CBC, 2002.

Excited fan, "My Three Witches," Charmed, The WB, 2003.

Heidi, "Dream a Little Dream," Judging Amy, CBS, 2005.

Second audience member, "School Colors," All of Us, UPN, 2005.

Mary, "The Last Supper," Campus Ladies, Oxygen Network, 2006.

Mary, "Night of the Condom," Campus Ladies, Oxygen Network, 2006.

Abbey, "Where's Tom?," Hollywood Residential, Starz, 2008.

Abbey, "Dominion Day," Hollywood Residential, Starz, 2008.

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