If this bio were left up to Catherine, she would explain in detail how she could consume up to 17 ounces of steak (if it were prepared properly)... but much to her frustration we though we'd elaborate: Before Catherine Reitman started making her own name in Hollywood, she spent years studying and... More Details
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If this bio were left up to Catherine, she would explain in detail how she could consume up to 17 ounces of steak (if it were prepared properly)... but much to her frustration we though we'd elaborate:
Before Catherine Reitman started making her own name in Hollywood, she spent years studying and perfecting her craft in some of the most prominent theater programs in the nation. She attended Ithaca College's prestigious BFA program and received a minor in film from the University of Southern California. Her studies continued in London as well as the Groundlings School, where she performed in their Sunday Company.
Catherine has been a regular on hit TV shows including "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" and "The Real Wedding Crashers" and has guest starred on "How I Met Your Mother," "No Ordinary Family," "Reaper," "Kath and Kim," "Campus Ladies" and Starz "Hollywood Residential."
Her film credits include "Friends with Benefits," "I Love You Man," "Knocked Up," "Post Grad," and "My Super Ex-Girlfriend" as well as several embarrassing cameos in her father's films when she was a wee girl. What tickles her the most, however, is her weekly movie review show "Breakin' it Down with Catherine Reitman" where she discusses what is in your local box office AND kills her sound guy... passionately.