Catherine Bach Net Worth, Measurements, Birthday, Height, weight, Age, Family Facts & Life Story

Actress Catherine Bach is worth an estimated six million dollars. Catherine Bach was actually born on 1 March 1954 in Warren, Ohio, United States but her real name is Catherine Ann Burch. She is the younger daughter of Norma Jean Kucera, a well-known socialite and biographer of autocrats, and Bernard Bachman, a prominent American author and political activist.

Catherine’s official birth record states that she was given at birth to the name of Herman Burch. In his memoirs, however, Bernard states that he adopted the name of Catherine Bach as his own after finding it written in a book about famous American politicians. In her most famous film role, she plays Rachel Bingham in the best known film franchise of all time, The Perfect Score. This makes Catherine Bach one of the most popular and well-known actresses in the world today.

Real Name Catherine Bach
Nickname Catherine
Profession Actress
Net Worth $6 Million
Nationality American
Height Weight
Height in Feet Inches 5 ft 8 in
Height in Centimeter 173 cm
Height in Meter 1.73 m
Weight in Kilogram 68 Kg
Weight in Pounds 175 Pounds
Feet/ Shoe Size 8 (US)
Dress Size 6 (US)
Body Statics
Body Measurements 36B-23-35 Inches
Bra Size 36B
Waist Size 23 Inches
Hip Size 35 Inches
Hair Color Red
Eye Color Dark Brown
Personal Information
Date of Birth 1 March 1954
Age 67 Years
Birth Place Warren, Ohio, United States
Birth Sign/ Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Father Bernard Bachman
Mother Norma Jean Kucera
Siblings Unknown
Ethnicity German, Mexican, Nationality American
School Stevens High School in Rapid City, Sout Dakota
College Unknown
Educational Qualification Graduate
Relationship History
Boyfriends Unknown
Current Relationship/ Affair Unknown
Marriage Information
Marital Status Divorced
Husband Unknown
Ex-Husband David Shaw

Peter Lopez

Children Unknown

In recent years, Catherine Bach has made several documentaries and movies, which have earned her many awards and accolades for her work as an actress and performer. Among these, her best known roles are the lead role of Rachel Bingham in the movie The Perfect Score; in the television series 24, and in the play adaptation of Dracula, Rise of the Moon. All of these endeavors have made Catherine Bach one of the most accomplished and well-respected actresses in Hollywood today. Her lengthy resume not only includes some of Hollywood’s most memorable roles and films, but it also includes biographies that span over half a century of her professional career.

In terms of her filmography, Catherine Bach has worked in films such as Scarface, Friday the 13th, Saturday Night Fever, and Grease. These films have made her an integral part of the Hollywood entertainment industry, and she has been nominated for multiple Academy Awards, including Best Actress in a Leading Role for her work in Saturday Night Fever. Catherine Bach’s other films that have garnered critical acclaim include Romance, A Place of Execution, and Man on the Moon. Additionally, Catherine Bach has also spent a great deal of time working on the stage, playing parts in some of the most well-regarded shows in Broadway, such as Cats, Love Never Before, As You Like It, and Chicago.

Some other notable credits include the romantic comedy Stagecoach, the politically incorrect romance Do Right That You Love, and the socially conscious dramaorman romance The Heartbreak Kid. Catherine Bach’s acting prowess has also allowed her to star in several other award-winning motion pictures, including the critically acclaimed drama Waiting for Superman, and the award-winning adaptation of Don Marquis’ The Great Gatsby. There is no doubt that Catherine Bach has always had a love of films, and she has never shied away from portraying characters that were iconic figures from Hollywood.

One such figure is Marilyn Monroe, and it is likely that Catherine Bach got her start by recreating some of the roles that the famous Hollywood star had performed. In her early days as an actress, Bach would also appear in a number of movies for which she received critical acclaim, such as the remake of It’s a Wonderful Life, andorman of the Crowd. When it comes to learning about the political intrigue of Washington D.C., the first lady’s name will certainly come up in any discussions about her life. While we may never know who was behind the creation of the hydrogen bomb, Catherine Bach definitely holds a valuable piece of the history.

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