Cady made the Guiness book of World records as part of the largest tap dancing routine. 500 hundred tap dancers was involved.
Cady is currently dating former (As the World Turns) co-star Hunt Block.
Cady likes to buy vintage clothing.
Returned to All my Children Dec 2005 as Dixie Martin and was let go in early 2007.
Cady visited the Caribbean island of St Lucia last year (2005).
Cady owns a bar in New Orleans.
Cady's astrological sign is Libra.
Cady has been featured in the New York Daily News.
Cady has been featured in the TV guide magazine.
Cady has appeared on as a guest on the Regis and Kathie Lee show.
Cady has appeared in comedy shorts on Comedy Central.
Cady has appeared on VH1 as a guest DJ.
Cady did a semester course at the New York New School for Social Research.
Cady wrote, produced and co-directed a surrealist one woman piece entitled Mona7.
Cady played the part of Lady, in David Ives play, The Red Address at the Second Stage.
Cady performed cabaret style music at Atlantic City Trump Plaza.
Cady's hobbies include writting poetry, music, and playing the guitar.
Cady played the part of Hero, in the play Much Ado about Nothing.
Cady appeared in the play The Comedy of Errors as Adriana.
Cady was nominated for hottest female award by Soap Opera Digest.
Cady, along with he male lead co-star from All my Children won Soap Opera's MVP Award for Best Couple.
Cady was nominated for an Emmy award in 1992.
In 1991, Cady won the Soap Digest's award for Best Heroine.
In 1990, Cady, won the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Juvenile Female for her portrayal of All My Children's Dixie.
Cady moved to New York at age 17 to fully pursue her acting career.
Cady appeared in the independent film A Father's Homecoming.
She began her acting career at the age of nine.
Her original birth name was Katie McClain.
Cady won the Emmy for Best Supporting Actress for her work on As The World Turns.