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Two characters in Emily Brontë's novel Wuthering Heights bear this name. Catherine is a strong-willed girl who falls passionately and cruelly in love with the legendary Heathcliff. The other Catherine is her daughter.
Soul  6/29/2005
Famous bearer is Catherine O'Hara; an actress and a comedian from Canada.
Tbird  7/1/2005
There is English actress Catherine Zeta-Jones.
Anjamon  7/2/2005
Catherine Zeta-Jones is Welsh.
ClaireCFC  3/27/2006
Former Texas judge and CourtTV anchor Catherine Crier bears this name.
Alena  7/18/2005
I like Catherine much better than Katherine. It seems more refined somehow and is a lot less common, I think.
― Anonymous User  7/22/2005
Catherine is a good name. I think that it's a good name to name your child especially when you can't think of any other name! It's so much better than Katherine!
catgirl19937  9/8/2005
Catherine is a great name!
Jorbor103  9/8/2005
Catherine is a sweet, sweet name. It goes back all the way to Catherine The Great, and is very feminine.
― Anonymous User  9/8/2005
Katherine is cute, but Catherine is classy.
Phoenix Flower  10/1/2005
There are several famous women who bear this name. One is St. Catherine of Siena, one of the few female Doctors of the Church.

There is also Catherine the Great of Russia, and three of King Henry VIII of Britain's six wives were named Catherine, Catherine of Aragon, Catherine Howard, and Catherine Parr.

The heroine of Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey is named Catherine Morland.

Catherine Willows is a major character in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.

My Confirmation name was Catherine. That tells you I like it, too.
Wordsmith14  10/12/2005
Henry VIII was not a King of Britain, but a King of England and Wales, Scotland had it's own monarchy as did Ireland. He only had one wife called Catherine, Catherine Parr. Catherine of Aragon was only called this, she was Spanish. Katherine/Kathryn Howard is known not to have this spelling, but with a K.
― Anonymous User  2/19/2007
Catherine is an absolutely wonderful and beautiful name, it screams elegance, style, class and taste.
DURCANIO  10/31/2005
Catherine makes me think of a woman who is cheerful, attractive and kind.
Dogsy  11/20/2005
I'm sorry but I ABSOLUTELY HATE this name. I think that it's too overused and I knew an evil girl who was named this so all around the name is kinda ruined for me!
― Anonymous User  1/24/2006
My Grandmother's name was Catherine. Her nickname was Kitty. I always refered to her as Nanny Kitty! I feel the name Catherine is strong, bold, caring, and beautiful - which totally described my Grandmother.
kilsarcon  2/3/2006
*Catherine* is a lovely, melodic name. It's beautiful and refined, and suitable for any female.
― Anonymous User  2/7/2006
I like it with this spelling.
lindamaree  3/8/2006
The comedian Catherine Tate is a famous bearer. She is the one that goes 'Am a bovered?'
ClaireCFC  3/28/2006
Catherine is a beautiful name. There are many nicknames for her to use when she is a child.
― Anonymous User  4/25/2006
I think the name Catherine is very beautiful, feminine, and elegant. It's a classic; the kind of name that never goes out of style. I especially like the nickname Cathy.
HoneyLoveShine  5/28/2006
I think that Catherine is a beautiful, timeless name. I like this spelling the best, and I also like the name best in its full form without a nickname.
Kelly716  6/4/2006
I think this name is a classic yet trendy, proper yet amusing. VERY CUTE!
Sarasponda  8/7/2006
Saint Catherine of Alexandria is a famous bearer of this name.
― Anonymous User  8/20/2006
In Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice," Catherine is the fourth of the Bennet daughers. She is called Kitty.
DLB  8/30/2006
I like this name quite a bit, although most of its nicknames don't appeal to me. Cat is a good one, though, and though I've never seen it used, I think Rin or Rinnie would be very cute.
nelirosala  9/8/2006
I like this spelling as well. It goes well with most Irish names.
Emma McHnery  10/1/2006
I prefer the spelling Katherine over this spelling. I don't know why, I just do. I really like the nickname Kat and prefer spelling Kat with a "K" instead of the nickname Cat.
― Anonymous User  10/23/2006
Pronounced Cath-Er-in.
bellaboo  11/20/2006
There is a novelist named Catherine Coulter.
― Anonymous User  11/28/2006
My middle name is Katarzyna--the Polish version of Catherine. I prefer the American name, Catherine. Much more smooth sounding. Very pretty. My name sounds like "Cot-R-shjin-uh"--hard to type.
Leah302  12/4/2006
Catherine Webb - an author who was published at the age of 14. She is very talented and her fantasy books are beautiful - I'm suprized they are not more popular since the Harry Potter fantasy craze. Titles include Mirror Dreams and The Extraordinary and Unusual Events of Horatio Lyle.
― Anonymous User  1/23/2007
I really like this name. I think it's very pretty and classic.
― Anonymous User  3/24/2007
This is my name, and I do have a special like of it, I suppose. It is just a tad difficult when the nickname is "Catie" and everyone spells it "Katie." And also it always sounded like an older woman's name to me.
helloello  4/3/2007
I really love this name! It is such a clasical spelling and the meaning I love as well, pure or beloved. I always picture a quiet, sweet girl who is full of life and energy. I also really like the nickname Cat, don't ask me why. I think I would name one of my children this when I have any.
blackitten14  4/10/2007
I think Catherine is a beautiful and strong name. The first time I heard this name was in a book with Catherine of Aragon featured in it and since then I've always liked the name.
lisa_7  4/11/2007
I've always wished my name was Catherine. It's just so pretty. There's something gothic about it. It reminds me of Catherine in Wuthering Heights.
Caerthilly  4/20/2007
I absolutely love this name! It's much better than Katherine and to me looks far more elegant. I would definitely consider this for a future daughter, I think the nickname Cathy is cute and what's more steeped in English literary history.
littlescarlett  4/30/2007
My name is Catherine, and I have always thought it sounded so much more pretty in its full version. There are some creative nicknames out there, but I really hate Katie. There's just too many of them. But I do like it when some of my friends call me Rinnie.
wappy  5/9/2007
Actually, Catherine is the correct English spelling of this name. In English phonetics, a 'C' should come before an 'A, ' not a 'K.' The 'K' is more likely a foreign or trendy variation of the proper name, Catherine.
Nicola17  6/30/2007
I love this spelling of Catherine. I really don't like the spelling Katherine or Katheryn.
Emma McHnery  9/4/2007
I think it is a nice name. Katharine is also nice. I would name my daughter Katherine, Katharine, or Catherine.
LilyNell  10/18/2007
I LOVE this name! It's tons better than Kathryn, Katherine, Katharine, etc. Great combinations would be Catherine Anne, Catherine Rose, and Catherine Mae. Might I add that actress Cheryl Hines has a three-year-old named Catherine Rose. An awesome nickname would be Kitty, despite the fact that it starts with a C.
Anonymous Blogger  11/5/2007
My name is Catherine Meredith, and I love it. It's really common, though, and I'm trying to find a good nickname. I hate Cathy, and like Katie, but it's too common. I was thinking of going for some less traditional Catherine nicknames, like Cassie, Callie.
― Anonymous User  11/10/2007
In my opinion, this is the best way to spell `Katherine`. It just seems more sophisticated and classy with a C. I despise those `trying too hard` variants of this beautiful name. `Catherine` will always be the true spelling of this name.
The Commenter  11/10/2007
Very classic and beautiful.
kellybelly33  12/12/2007
This spelling, Catherine, makes me picture a quiet, serious girl with big brown eyes. Katherine and Kathryn, however, are much more dramatic somehow! Catherine is more common in the UK, so it interests me less.
aquamarina  2/29/2008
Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice has two characters named Catherine. Besides the fourth Bennet sister, there is Lady Catherine de Bourgh, the lady of Rosings Park.
― Anonymous User  3/15/2008
The good things about this name are that it's one of those fairly elegant and sophisticated names that don't sound ditzy, immature, trashy, stripper-ish, or ghetto. The name will likely work on many different types of women, and you can get many different nicknames out of it, like Kate, Katie, Kath, Cat, and Kitty. It's a safe choice that shouldn't lead to bullying or discrimination. The bad things are that the name is overused and quite a boring choice. The name in its entirety sounds almost elitist and snobby. Many parents have probably hastily saddled this name upon their unwanted child. Either way, this probabsly isn't a name you feel compelled to changing unless you're very eager to be unconventional, and this name is very boring for people who are unconventional.
slight night shiver  5/18/2008
There was a Catherin of Aragon. Henry VIII's 1st and longest lasting wife.
Akito  5/24/2008
This is a gorgeous name. In fact, it's my favorite spelling of Katherine. I know a Catherine who goes by Rindo or Kitty.
GarbageGuy  5/30/2008
I'm sorry but I REALLY HATE this name. This name is overused.
rowan826  7/13/2008
I prefer this spelling to 'Katherine', though I like that spelling as well. Catherine is just softer, and more refined than Katherine.
_clippit_  7/16/2008
Catherine, usually Cathy, Ames is a character in John Steinbeck's East of Eden. She is completely evil.
― Anonymous User  8/14/2008
This is my name and I actually really like it, which is luck, as I know a lot of my friends who hate the names their parents gave them. I prefer it with a C, simply because the name Catherine is a strong enough name without adding the extra hardness of a K. The C gives it that extra delicateness and sweetness that is needed in my view.
rabdash  8/31/2008
Cate Blanchett was born Catherine Elise Blanchett on 14th May, 1969.
― Anonymous User  11/11/2008
My name's Catherine I always thought it was a pretty name, too long maybe when I was younger (I went by Rinny then) but a perfectly feminine name. The name also means "the pure one" but they may have already said that. I don't remember.
Mistress Catherine  2/1/2009
The heroine in Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey is Catherine Morland.
ashesofrose  2/28/2009
A lovely classic of a name. It's my neighbour's name but she is always called Cassie. I love the nickname Kitty, used in the eighteenth century.
Jonquil  4/21/2009
This is my sister's name. I can't say I love it's sound, but I do think Catherine is much more graceful looking then Katherine, and I also like that it's French. I don't like the name Katie/Catie. My sister spells it Katie, even though it's really with a C because she never liked how Catie looked. Weird, huh? No, but I think it's a good name, I just don't like the name Catie, but I do like Cate.
becca_marciano  7/10/2009
I really would wish this name wasn't so common because it's one of my favorites. I like it pronounced Cath-reen.
italiannames  9/5/2009
Catherine Bell is the actress who played Major Sarah Mackenzie AKA Mac in the hit tv series JAG.
--allison--  11/1/2009
The "hero" of VC Andrews' Dolleganger series is named Catherine Leigh Dollengager/Foxworthy/Sheffield, nicknamed Cathy.
Evil  12/19/2009
It is my friend's name, but we all call her Cati for short. I really think the name though is archaic and it should be put down as void. But whatever floats your boat.
Annielulu  1/10/2010
This is my name. (But it's spelt Cathryn) I hate this name. It's okay for a pretty, graceful, girly girly. But since I'm none of these the name doesn't suit me so therefore I hate it. I think it spelt Catherine is very princess-y while Katherine doesn't look as much princess-y. (And Cathryn/Kathryn isn't spelt fancy makes it less girly but I still hate it). It's also very popular and it's annoying because there is another Catherine in my year and it drives me mad. The nicknames I have is Cat, Cathy, Cati and Catherina but I try to get everyone to call me by my, self given middle name. (I sort of choose it as my middle name because it's a name I like). So I hate it but that's just me.
CattyLoony  5/15/2010
Catherine Pierce is a member of the duo The Pierces.
Megan1125  6/29/2010
I never really liked this name until I read Wuthering Heights. I always thought of somebody named Catherine as being generally boring, and something of a goodie-two-shoes. Cathering Earnshaw/Linton (from Wuthering Heights) wasn't like that in the least... so I like it much better now. I would even go so far as to say I love it.
thefancyapple  9/14/2010
I think Catherine is a lovely name. Katherine is nice too, but I tend to be more traditional & Catherine seems to be the spelling used more historically.
― Anonymous User  9/17/2010
I think this name is so beautiful and soft. It might be a little common, but there are a lot of great nicknames for it.
Chrila96  10/23/2010
I love this name, and this is my favorite spelling of the name. I just wish I heard the name more without a nickname. Some of the nicknames for Catherine are fine, but the name is so pretty that it doesn't need a nickname, and it would be refreshing to meet an actual Catherine for once--instead of a Cate or a Cathy or a Katie.
― Anonymous User  1/5/2011
There is a Sacramento metalcore band named Catherine.
― Anonymous User  1/21/2011
I never really liked this name: I thought it was old and sissy-sounding. Then I read Wuthering Heights, and now, for me, it--and the nickname Cathy--sound appropriate for an intense, spirited girl (maybe even slightly demonic). I love it!
― Anonymous User  2/12/2011
I love this name! When I hear this name, or see it in print, the first word the comes to my mind is regal. After regal, there's a whole slew of other words- eloquent, graceful, compassionate, and finally strength. I envision the embodiment of feminine strength, a women who walks with her held high, with composure and a self-assured confidence. These are all phenomenal traits which are further compounded by the names rich history. To all those who were graced with this lovely name, don't listen to anyone who bad-mouths your name; hold your head up and tell them that you think it's beautiful and that your name is the name of Queens. By the bye, I've not been using this site long, but has anyone noticed that there are some who not only give there personal impression of names but actually outright trash the names. Everyone's entitled to their own opinions, but there's no need to be spiteful.
Denver_Skyline  2/15/2011
I do not like this variation. My name is "Katherine" and I find that "Catherine" is a little boring and too 'soft' and 'delicate'. It may be because the K is harsher and less 'soft' than C, and that's like me.
kwfliy  3/16/2011
Famous bearer is Catherine "Kate" Middleton, now Duchess of Cambridge.
― Anonymous User  6/5/2011
I've always had a secret passion for this name. It just sounds mysterious in my opinion.
Hushpuppy  8/1/2011
I'm really surprised that so many people like the name Catherine. I personally like it (but I would never hear the end of it from my mother, who hated her mother-in-law, Catherine). I know a little girl named Catherine, and no, she doesn't have nicknames, which is good. So even for an 8 year old, Catherine is timeless.
GibsonGirl  8/23/2011
Catherine is simple and basic, but the K versions and other various spellings have more fantasy and adventure in them.
― Anonymous User  9/3/2011
Can be shortend up to Cat.
lakin5  10/17/2011
Catherine Bell is an American actress.
― Anonymous User  12/12/2011
Catherine Maggie is the daughter of American actor Neal McDonough and his wife Ruve.
― Anonymous User  1/5/2012
My name is Catherine and I am proud of it. From my experience, people take you seriously when you have this name. I have been complimented on my name, and how classic it is. The name Catherine will never go out of style. It carries a pedigree and a history, has a strong yet feminine sound and spelling. Do your child a favor and give her a name that people will respect. To me, the spelling with the C is softer and more feminine, and also more traditional than the more trendy "K" spelling. Also, it is less likely to get shortened to Kate or Katie.
stairwaytoastar  4/20/2012
Catherine of England was one of the daughters of King Charles I of England and his wife Henriette Marie of France.
CarolinW  6/8/2012
Catherine was one of the daughters of King Edward IV of England and his wife Elizabeth Woodville. Through her sister Elizabeth she was the aunt of King Henry VIII of England.
CarolinW  6/10/2012
Catherine (1401-1438) was the daughter of King Charles VI of France and his wife Isabeau of Bavaria. She was married to King Henry V of England and mother of Henry VI.
CarolinW  6/11/2012
Catherine (1352-1353) was the youngest daughter of King John II of France and his second wife Jeanne of Auverge.
CarolinW  6/11/2012
Catherine (1378-1388) was the daughter of King Charles V of France and his wife Jeanne of Bourbon.
CarolinW  6/11/2012
Catherine (1428-1446) was the daughter of King Charles VII of France and his wife Maria of Anjou.
CarolinW  6/11/2012
Catherine (1675-1676) was the oldest daughter of King James II of England and his second wife Mary of Modena.
CarolinW  6/18/2012
Catherine (1671-1671) was the youngest daughter of King James II of Great Britain and his first wife Anne Hyde.
CarolinW  6/18/2012
Catherine Popper is an American musician.
― Anonymous User  7/20/2012
My middle name is Catherine. I like this name and I like it with a C not a K. My initials are CCC which I think is cool, but I also think the spelling with a C just looks nicer.
Steener122  1/4/2013
I prefer Katherine, because then you can go by Kate or Katie. Plus, it just looks prettier to me.
― Anonymous User  1/12/2013
My name is Catherine. I do find it refined. However, I feel that it might be too common especially were I'm from (french speaking country).
― Anonymous User  4/29/2013
My name is Catherine, and I was named for Catherine of Aragon. I don't understand how Catherine is such a popular name. I hardly know anyone named Catherine! And I've actually never met someone with the same spelling. Everyone here pronounces it, Cath-er-in and really makes sure to say 3 syllables. A friend of mine has actually started calling me Caty.
cvnevin  7/10/2013
Catherine of Siena is a famous italian saint. She had a very strong character and it was due to her efforts that the pope living in Avignon moved back to his rightful place in Rome. She was extremely gifted with persuasion, kindness, and strength of mind.
catmarvin  7/27/2013
This is my name and I love it! I feel like it fits me and I have never regretted that my parents gave me it. For the longest time, I refused to go by a nickname. Now I have given in to my boyfriend who calls me Cathy. I like it. The name gets a lot of compliments.
― Anonymous User  7/27/2013
My name is Catherine. I used to hate my name, but I've grown into it and now I love it. I've always gone by Catherine, never any nicknames except to very close family members who sometimes call me Cat. I only know a few Catherines or Katherines where I live, so it doesn't seem that common to me. Although I like the nicknames Cate and Cathy (after reading Wuthering Heights :)) I think I'll always go by Catherine. :)
razzburies  7/28/2013
Catherine is a great female. Throughout school there was always another girl with the same sounding name but different spelling. I like this spelling better than a K or Y. Some spell it without the silent E.
― Anonymous User  11/18/2013
Katy Perry (Pop singer) is named Katheryn Hudson. Because Kate Hudson had that name, she changed it to Katy Perry.
― Anonymous User  11/18/2013
I really like this name! However, the one thing that would stop me ever using it is that there are SO MANY. There are 7 in my school year alone!

I like the nickname Cat best, but Kitty and Cathy are cute. Also like Rinnie!
Bee123  2/6/2014
Great name for anyone. Strong and simple, without being too boring or harsh.
Hushpuppy  2/19/2014
Marie-Catherine Le Jumel de Barneville, Baroness d'Aulnoy (1650-1705), better known as Madame d'Aulnoy, was a French author. She is best known for her fairy tales and even created the term fairy tale.
Buneary  3/15/2014
Catherine is an action-adventure/puzzle video game developed by the makers of Persona and published by Atlus for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
― Anonymous User  9/20/2014
This is a nice, classic name. I like it way better than Katherine.
SH2237  12/28/2014
Catherine Deneuve (born: October 22, 1943), a French actress.
― Anonymous User  5/28/2015
This name reminds me of stale cheese sandwiches left overnight in a drawer.
― Anonymous User  8/7/2015
Kate Higgins's given name is Catherine Davis Higgins.
― Anonymous User  8/14/2015
Catherine is a beautiful, classic name. :)
― Anonymous User  9/13/2015
I am a Catherine. I personally hated my name growing up because I thought it never suited a girl like me. It sounded like an old white lady name to me (lol but not funny), and since I'm African I thought it didn't suit me at all. But I'm trying to learn to like my name though it's hard a bit. I think it will happen one day. My all time nickname is Kate. Sometimes I'm called Kat/Cat, or others. I can be uncomfortable being called any of my names depending on who the person is. I allow specifics and if you call me by one of my other names it feels weird and uncomfortable to me. I'm just weird like that hehe^^
cat.binfu100  10/31/2015
In my opinion, this is one of the most beautiful names for a girl. It is so elegant, historic, beautiful, and nice sounding. I prefer this spelling, with a C. "Katherine" looks too modern and I think the "K" takes away it's elegance. Catherine is definitely one of my favourite names.
― Anonymous User  3/30/2016
Such a beautiful name! One of the most elegant of all girl names. I like the spelling with a C way better than with a K. If it were my name I would not want to be called by a nickname, I would prefer to be only called Catherine.
― Anonymous User  5/6/2016
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Eileen1209864  6/13/2016
Catherine really is classically beautiful. It's one of those names that people take seriously, and won't lead to any teasing. The main drawback - besides potentially meeting a bunch of other Catherines of all age groups and feeling like a number in the process - is that there are so many historically established variants of the name (Katherine, Kathryn, Katharine...) that it will likely be misspelled a *lot*.
erb816  6/15/2016
Catherine is a bit nicer than Katherine because it just sounds more delicate. It also comes with nice nicknames like Cat, Cathy, Cate, Kate, Catie, and Katie but my favourite spelling of Catherine is Kathryn. But it is overused so why not add a more creative twist like Cathryn, Catheryn, Caterina, Kathryn, Katheryn, Katerina, Katarina or Catarina? Because face it, Katherine and Catherine are a bit too overused. I mean Valerie is pretty common but I've only met one in my life.
Sania01  7/22/2016
Catherine Ann "Kate" Bosworth is an American actress and model. She made her film debut in The Horse Whisperer and appeared in Remember the Titans, before landing a lead role as a teenage surfer in the box-office hit Blue Crush. She also had roles in independent films, playing Dawn Schiller in the true crime film Wonderland, and as Sandra Dee in the Bobby Darin biographical drama Beyond the Sea. She also portrayed Lois Lane in Superman Returns, and has had roles in Straw Dogs and Still Alice.
cutenose  1/20/2017
Catherine McNeil is an Australian fashion model. At fourteen years old, she won a model search contest hosted by Girlfriend. Vogue Paris declared her as one of the top 30 models of the 2000s.
cutenose  1/25/2017
Catherine was not a name known in the British islands until it was introduced by the French speaking Normans in 1066, before that names were Celtic in origin. This name was originally Greek and spelt with a "K". Katherine of Alexandria was a popular saint and her devotees spread the use of the name throughout mainland Europe. The French wrote it with a "C" because "K" was very rare at that time in the French language (due to being very rare in Latin) and even rarer in Old English (a Germanic language). So when it came to the British isles it was always spelt with a "C".

In the USA however the root name was introduced via many cultures, many still using "K"as the fist letter. This explains why "C" is used in France and Great Britain and Ireland and is considered the "traditional" spelling, while Americans do not use the C spelling quite as much.
Raphaela  2/7/2017
Catherine Allégret is a French actress. She is the daughter of Simone Signoret and Yves Allégret. In 2004, she published a book titled World Upside Down in which she contended that she had been sexually abused by her stepfather Yves Montand since the age of 5.
cutenose  2/27/2017
Catherine is classic and beautiful, and this is probably still my favourite spelling of the name. I love that Catherine has so many wonderful nickname options. The "Wuthering Heights" association is also a positive one for me.
Paula Puddephatt  5/14/2017
My name is Catherine, but my nickname is Cate. People call me Cate, and I introduce myself as Cate. I appreciate that I have a more fun, younger sounding nickname but when I need proper sophistication, like in a job interview, I can be introduced as Catherine. That way I can be taken seriously. I have no personal opinion on this name but Catherine is a very timeless and classic name.
― Anonymous User  5/16/2017
Catherine Ligaya Lowe, is an American graphic designer, reality television star, and the winner of the seventeenth season of ABC's The Bachelor. She is married to the former bachelor, Sean Lowe. On December 8, 2015, the Lowes announced they were expecting their first child. Their son was born on July 2, 2016.
cutenose  7/1/2017
Catherine Zeta-Jones, CBE is a Welsh actress. Born and raised in Swansea, Zeta-Jones aspired to be an actress from a young age. As a child, she played roles in the West End productions of the musicals Annie and Bugsy Malone. She studied musical theatre at the Arts Educational Schools, London, and made her stage breakthrough with a leading role in a 1987 production of 42nd Street. Her screen debut came in the unsuccessful French-Italian film 1001 Nights, and she went on to find greater success as a regular in the British television series The Darling Buds of May. Dismayed at being typecast as the token pretty girl in British films, Zeta-Jones relocated to Los Angeles.

Zeta-Jones is the recipient of several accolades, including an Academy Award, a British Academy Film Award and a Tony Award, and in 2010 she was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) for her film and humanitarian endeavours. She supports various charities and causes, and is a prominent celebrity endorser of brands. Her struggle with depression and bipolar II disorder has been well-documented by the media. She is married to the actor Michael Douglas with whom she has two children.
lilolaf  7/22/2017
Catherine Hickland is an American film, stage, and television actress; singer, author and cosmetics-company CEO. She began her career in television in 1978, appearing in guest roles on several series before being cast in a recurring role on Texas from 1980 to 1981. She also had supporting roles in the comedy film The Last Married Couple in America, and the horror films Ghost Town and Witchery.
cutenose  8/9/2017
When I hear the name, the first person I think of is Catherine Morland (Jane Austen's protagonist from Northanger Abbey, which is one of my favourite classic novels).
lauravb  11/2/2017
Catherine may be derived from the Ancient Egyptian words Ka and Hathor. Ka is Egyptian for soul, Hathor is the name of the Egyptian goddess of love. En or n would be used in Ancient Egypt for of. So Ka-Hathor-En would translate to Soul of Hathor (goddess of love).
― Anonymous User  12/1/2017

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