Caterine Scorsone has been a professional actress since the age of eight when she was a casual for the daytime children’s program “Mr. Dressup” (1967) for Canada’s CBC.
A veteran of series television, her other series credits include “Shock Treatment” (2004), “Once a Thief” (1997) and “Power Play” (1998), which garnered her a nomination for a Gemini gift, the Canadian equivalent in the Emmy.
Scorsone’s TV movies include My bad Year! (2001) (TV), directed by Eric Stoltz; pop Ground (1990) (TV); Rated X (2000) (TV), directed through Emilio Estevez; The Devil’s Arithmetic (1999) (TV); and Rescuers: Stories of Courage: 2 Families (1998) (TV). Her feature video credits include The Third Miracle (1999) with Ed Harris and Anne Heche; Borderline Normal (2000) and Strike! (2002).
Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, Scorsone would be that the middle child in the family of five siblings that includes 2 older twin sisters and a younger brother and sister. She received her first taste of executing in the family life room, where her older sister would play director and all the other children were in the cast.
She attends the University of Toronto, where she’s working toward an arts and sciences degree. Having put her studies on hold when she landed her role on “Missing” (2003/I), she returned from the university to entire her last few credits during the series’ late hiatus.