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Profile of Caitlin Wachs on Famous Like Me

Name: Caitlin Wachs  
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Date of Birth: 15th March 1989
Place of Birth: Eugene, Oregon, USA
Profession: Actress
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Caitlin Wachs (born March 15, 1989) is a young American actress.

Wachs was born in Eugene, Oregon, was nicknamed Cat and Shimmer and has a brother who was born in 2000. She read a poem written by a girl whose father was fighting in Afghanistan, on Memorial Day 2002. She acted alongside Sandra Bullock and Ashley Judd in Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood.


  • Kids in America (2005, Katie Carmichael)
  • Commander-in-Chief (2005, TV series, Rebecca Calloway)
  • Cracking Up (2004 TV Series, Chloe)
  • Inspector Gadget 2 (2003, Penny)
  • Family Affair (2002) (2002, TV Series, Sissy Davis)
  • Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood (2002, Little Vivi)
  • Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch (2002, Andrea Framm)
  • Air Bud: World Pup (2000, Andrea Framm)
  • Thirteen Days (2000, Kathy O'Donnell)
  • Phantom of the Megaplex (2000, Karen Riley)
  • The Next Best Thing (2000, Rachel)
  • My Dog Skip (2000, Rivers Applewhite)
  • Shiloh 2: Shiloh Season (1999, Dara Lynn Preston)
  • To Have & to Hold (1998 TV Series, Anna McGrail)
  • Profiler (1996, TV Series, Chloe Waters, 1996-1998)
  • Shattered Mind (1996, Molly)
  • Race Against Time: The Search for Sarah (1996, Amy)
  • The Bold and the Beautiful (TV Series, Bridget Forrester, 1995)
  • Days of Our Lives (TV Series, Jeannie Donovan, 1992)

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