What happened to Catherine Reitman’s lips? Botched surgery

Who is Katherine Reitman?

Catherine Reitman was born in Los Angeles, California, United States on April 28, 1981. Her zodiac sign is Taurus and she holds both Canadian and American citizenship. She is an actress, screenwriter and producer, who might be best known for playing the title character in the comedy series “Workin’ Moms”, which she also wrote – the series also stars Dani Kind and Juni Rinaldi and is broadcast since 2017 The story follows four mothers and friends living in Toronto, Canada, trying to balance their love and family life; the series won four awards and was nominated for 25 more.

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Early life and education

Catherine was raised alongside her brother Jason Reitman, a director, and her sister Caroline Reitman by their French-Canadian mother Geneviève Robert who was an actress and their Slovak father Ivan Reitman who was a director.

Catherine was educated at Cate School where she became interested in acting as a member of the school drama club and appeared in most plays performed at the school. After matriculating in 1999, she enrolled at the University of Southern California from which she graduated in 2003 with a Bachelor of Arts in Theater.

Film roles

Catherine has been credited with acting in over 50 movies and TV series and we are about to mention some of her most notable performances in this article.

She made her first film appearance at the age of seven in 1988, when her mother cast her in the detective film “Twins”, which starred Arnold Schwarzenegger, Danny DeVito and Kelly Preston, and which won four awards and was nominated for a Golden Globe. The next two years saw Catherine appear in films such as ‘Ghostbusters II’, ‘Kindergarten Cop’ and ‘Dave’, while she made her voice debut in 1996 when she lent her voice to Nerdluck BUPKUS in the animated comedy adventure “Space Jam”. ”.

Catherine Reitman

2006 saw her play Monique in the romantic comedy ‘Soup of the Day’, written and directed by Scott Zakarin, and which starred Jon Crowley, Catherine and Patty Worthman – it’s about Brandon Craig dating three women at the same time. In 2009, she played Zooey’s friend in the romantic comedy “I Love You, Man”, written and directed by John Hamburg, and which starred Paul Rudd, Jason Segel and Rashida Jones. It’s about Peter Klaven who goes looking for someone to be his best man.

Catherine played Vani in the 2010 comedy “How to Make Love to a Woman”, then was invited to star in two short films, “Frank Advice” and “The D-Monster”. In 2015, she played Julia in the romantic comedy “Slow Learners”, and one of her most recent film roles was in 2016, when she was asked to play the main character in the short film “Babble-On Begins: The Director’s Cut”.

Roles in television series

Catherine made her first TV series appearance in 2003, when she was cast in the episode “My Three Witches” of the mystery fantasy drama “Charmed,” which starred Holly Marie Combs, Alyssa Milano and Brian Krause, and about three evil-fighting witch sisters.

She went on to appear in single episodes of numerous series, such as “Judging Amy”, “All of Us” and “Kath & Kim”, and appeared in many more before being asked to voice The Kid in the sci-fi fantasy comedy “The Ballad of Mary & Ernie”, with Vanessa Celso, Darcy Halsey and James Ellis Lane. The following years saw her appear in series such as the comedy-drama “Weeds”, the comedy “Super Fun Night” and the comedy mini-series “Farmed and Dangerous”.

Between 2010 and 2016, Catherine played Maureen Ponderosa in seven episodes of the critically acclaimed comedy series “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” created by Glenn Howerton and Rob McElhenney, and which starred Charlie Day and Glenn Howerton. The series follows five friends who own an Irish pub, and it has won four awards while being nominated for 15 others including three Primetime Emmys.

One of Catherine’s most recent roles in television series was in the comedy “Black-ish”, in which she played Lucy in 21 episodes. The series stars Anthony Anderson, Tracee Ellis Ross and Marcus Scribner, and is about a man who raises his children in a white, middle-class neighborhood. She has won 62 awards, including a Golden Globe, and been nominated for 173 other awards.

Awards and nominations

In 2018, Catherine was nominated for two Canadian Screen Awards for Best Lead Actress, Comedy and Best Comedy Series for “Workin’ Moms”, and in 2019 she was nominated for three Canadian Screen Awards: Best Comedy Series, Best Actress Lead, Comedy and Best Direction in a Comedy Program or Series – the same year she was jointly nominated for an ACTRA Toronto Award for Outstanding Performance – Ensemble.

In 2020, she was nominated for two Canadian Screen Awards for Best Comedy Series and Best Direction, Comedy, while the same year saw her win two Gracie Awards for Outstanding Female Actor in a Leading Role in a Comedy or a musical and exceptional director – Comedy.

Loving life and relationships

Catherine is quite secretive when it comes to her love life, but it is known that she has been married to Philip Sternberg since 2009 and they have two children together, born in 2013 and 2016.

Philip is a film producer, director, and actor, who might be best known for serving as president of Candor Entertainment. He has been credited with starring in five films and television series, some of which are the “City Guys” and “Firefly” series, and the “First Flight” and “Southland Tales” films. He wrote the series “The Super” and the documentary film “Divorce Corp” and directed nine episodes of the series “Workin’ Moms”. Philip has also been credited with producing a documentary film and six television series.

Catherine has not spoken of other men she may have dated before meeting Philip, so as of November 2020 she is married and has two children.

Hobbies and other interests

Catherine is a family woman who spends most of her free time with her children, however, she still finds time to do a few things she likes to do for herself.

She loves to travel, although she hasn’t traveled as much since welcoming her first child – Catherine’s acting career has taken her all over the United States as well as several Canadian cities, as she also had the opportunity to visit some European countries, Paris in France being his favorite place.

She loves animals, bears being her favourite, and occasionally visits zoos.

In her spare time, which is usually very late at night, Catherine enjoys watching movies featuring some of her favorite actors – Robin Williams, Tom Hanks and Will Smith – such as ‘Good Will Hunting’, ‘You’ve Got Mail and “Seven Books”.

Botched surgery

Many people noticed Catherine’s upper lip in ‘Workin’ Moms’ and claimed she must have had a ‘botched operation’ – someone even uploaded ‘before and after’ photos, but the girl in the “before” photo is not ‘t Catherine, but rather a woman named Keara. Some of these fans also claimed that Catherine’s upper lip was ruining the show for them.

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Catherine hasn’t commented on the “botched surgery”, and it’s unclear whether or not she had plastic surgery – she only said she had been teased about her upper lip since a young age.

Age, height and net worth

Catherine’s age is 39 years old. She has long brown hair and brown eyes, her height is 5 feet 5 inches (1.65 m) and she weighs around 130 pounds (58 kg).

As of November 2020, his net worth is estimated to be over $1.3 million.

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