Kadee Strickland

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Kadee Strickland

Born

12/14/1977, Blackshear, Georgia, USA

Birth Name

Katherine Dee Strickland

Gender

Female
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Katherine Dee Strickland is the youngest child of Susan Strickland and Dee Strickland. She was born in Blackshear, Georgia and raised in Patterson, Georgia. After watching Annie Hall she knew she wanted to be in it. Strickland attended the University of the Arts in Philidelphia. While enrolled she…more

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    • (about her choice of movie type)
      Kadee: My preference is to work on material that I love and will learn something new from. As long as that is true and the people I get to work with are there with the same priorities, the style of the picture takes a backseat to those other elements.

    • (On her opinion on scary movies)
      Kadee: I grew up on scary movies. I would literally fall asleep in church on Sunday because I had stayed up and watched the late show. In Georgia, they'd have the horror movies late on Saturday night. I just grew up on them, I love them. They're great fun.

    • (about her decision to be a part of the movie 'Anaconda 2')
      Kadee: I wasn't terribly keen on following a Woody Allen film with a snake movie, but I read the script and loved the character. I was thrilled to try something I'd never done before- that is the fun of my job. It was pretty close to the end result. I had seen the first one- total guilty pleasure.

    • Kadee: I fell in love with Japan. The disadvantages became advantages by the end. Language barrier and all that.

    • Kadee: My preference is to work on material that I love and will learn something new from. As long as that is true and the people I get to work with are there with the same priorities, the style of the picture takes a backseat to those other elements.

    • (about what scares her)
      Kadee: Heights did before Anacondas, but I didn't have much choice in that. I am not a fan of snakes, I'll tell you. I can't stand them. I grew up around snakes, I hate snakes.

    • (her opinion about Asian movies because of her participation of the ramake of the famous Japanese horror movie 'The Grudge')
      Kadee: Certainly Asian cinema lately. It's been a while, but I think since Crouching Tiger, there has been a certain fascination that has carried over because I think they do it the best, really, in my opinion. Because they're very smart.

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