Catherine Reitman is a well-known actress, producer, and writer from both the United States and Canada. She made the CBC comedy show Workin’ Moms, is the show’s executive producer, writes for it, and stars in it.
She was born to Ivan Reitman and Geneviève Robert on April 28, 1981, in Los Angeles, California, in the United States of America. Caroline Reitman and Jason Reitman are her brother and sister. She went to the Cate School and then to the University of Southern California, where she studied acting.
She started and starred in the hit movie Wedding Crashers-inspired TV show The Real Wedding Crashers. She started Breaking It Down with Catherine Reitman, a web show on YouTube that reviews movies.
Catherine Reitman: Net Worth 2022
Catherine Reitman‘s net worth is around $1.3 million as of 2022, which is a good amount. The actress, writer, and singer have made a lot of money from her successful career. On the other hand, her husband has a good net worth of about $1 million.
Philips makes most of his money from acting, producing, and directing. As of right now, the couple and their kids are living a happy and comfortable life together.
Catherine Reitman: Early Life Details
Cathrine Reitman was born in Los Angeles, California, on April 28, 1981. Reitman is the daughter of Geneviève Robert, a French-Canadian actress, and Ivan Reitman, a Canadian film director who was born in Slovakia.
Her father was born into a Jewish family, and her mother became Jewish. She went to the Cate School and then to the University of Southern California to study acting.
Catherine Reitman: Personal Life Details
She is married to actor and producer Philip Sternberg, and they have two children together.
Catherine Reitman: Career Details
In January 2011, Reitman started a YouTube show called “Breakin’ It Down with Catherine Reitman,” which was a review of movies. The show ran until 2013. She filled in for Kevin Smith as a guest co-host on his podcast, “Hollywood Babble-On,” with Ralph Garman.
Reitman was in the TV show “The Real Wedding Crashers,” which was based on the popular movie “Wedding Crashers.” She was in the movies “I Love You, Man” and “Knocked Up.”
Reitman and her husband Philip Sternberg started “Wolf & Rabbit Entertainment ULC” in 2016 to make the half-hour, single-camera comedy Workin’ Moms for CBC.
She is the creator, executive producer, writer, and star of the show “Workin’ Moms,” which Sternberg also stars in. Reitman has also directed several episodes of each season of the show.
In 2017, Workin’ Moms was nominated for five Canadian Screen Awards. Reitman was nominated for Best Actress in a Comedy, and the show was also nominated for Best Series in a Comedy.
Favorite Quotes By Catherine Reitman
“We should go after our dreams and not be apologetic about it, but it’s scary. Whether you want to work or not, you have to do what makes you a fuller person. You have to love yourself.”
“All of these guys who went through rehab have done so much therapy and so much work on themselves that they’re totally open to talking about anything because they’ve done a lot of healing. You have to respect that.”
“I went back to work about six weeks after I gave birth, which was crazy early, and experienced some pretty bad postpartum depression but didn’t know it at the time.”
“I really enjoy working. The idea that I would have a baby and stop doing that was unrealistic to me.”