She is best friends with the British actor Steven Webb who starred with her in "The Magician's House."
Katie's favorite motto is: there's always something in life to laugh about.
Katie is 5' 3" (1.60 m) tall.
Katie was a production assistant for the 2005 film "Insecticidal".
Katie appears in the films:
"Augusta, Gone" - Bridget
"14 Hours" - Ronnie Green
"A Wrinkle in Time" - Meg Murray
"The Magician's House (1 & 2)" - Mary Green
"The Spirit Bear: The Simon Jackson Story" - Marcus
"Epicenter" - Robyn Foster
"Atomic Dog" - Heather Yates
Katie has a little brother, Ted, who is about 3 years younger than her.
Katie was in the film "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" as Bunkmate Jo.
Katie Stuart is a very athletic person. She likes ice hockey, basketball, soccer, american football, skiing, snowboarding, swimming, rock climbing and mountain biking.
Some of her favourite books are the entire Narnian Chronicles by C.S. Lewis, 'The Catcher in the Rye' by J.D. Salinger, 'Call of the Wild' by Jack London, 'Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy' by Douglas Adams, 'Harry Potter' by J.K. Rowling, 'Lord of the Rings' by J.R.R. Tolkien and "Coming Home" by Rosamunde Pilcher.
Her favourite TV programs include "The Simpsons," "Friends," "Lost," "Ally McBeal," "MAD TV" and "SNL." Her favourite films include "Singing in the Rain," "Princess Bride," "Robin Hood: Men in Tights," "Ready to Rumble," "The Matrix" and "The Sting."
She is a great fan of films by Mel Brooks.
Her favourite animals include ferrets, dogs and wolves.
Katie has a brother named Ted who is 2 and 3/4 years younger than her.
Her favourite animals include ferrets, dogs and wolves.
Her favourite films include Singing in the Rain, Princess Bride, Robin Hood: Men in Tights, Ready to Rumble, The Matrix and Sting. She is a great fan of films by Mel Brooks. Her favourite TV programs include The Simpsons, Friends, Ally McBeal, MAD TV and SNL. She listens to various music, and there is almost nothing that she doesn't like. Amongst her favourite acts and singers are Savage Garden and Frank Sinatra, although she mostly likes specific songs more than groups and singers. Her favourite songs include 'Pinch Me', 'Wonderful', 'Can't Take That Away From Me' and 'Mack the Knife'. She also likes to read. Amongst her favourite books are the Harry Potter series, the Narnia Chronicles, the Redwall series, 'Call of the Wild' by Jack London and 'Coming Home' by Rosamunde Pilcher.
Katie Stuart is a very athletic person and says that she has played every contact sport that has a girls' league, including ice hockey and basketball. She also enjoys skiing, snowboarding, swimming, rock climbing and mountain biking. She says that all of her skateboard moves in 'The Crow: Stairway to Heaven' are for real. She also loves to play both soccer and american football with her friends. In her spare time, she does a lot of dance including Hip-Hop, Tap, Jazz and Ballet.
More recently, she has starred in the BBC miniseries television adaptation of 'The Magician's House'. She has also recently starred in 'Too Young To Be A Dad', a huge miniseries for Miramax for ABC called 'A Wrinkle in Time', guest starred in 'Mysterious Ways' and has recently finished filming for the sequel to the X-Men film, X2.
Her career really took off in 1997, where she starred in 'The Sentinel', 'Survival on the Mountain', and had a major role in 'Summer of the Monkeys'. She then got a role, with the potential for a more regular appearance in the popular science fiction series Stargate SG1 as the only surviving member of her race.
Her first professional role was in a promotion video for 'Orca Bay Sports'. Her first real TV appearance was in the TV series 'Poltergeist: The Legacy'. She also got a role in the film 'Color Me Perfect', and 'Masterminds'. She rounded of 1996 with a strongly emotional role in the TV miniseries 'Intensity'.
Her career started when she started attending a Vancouver Youth theatre for fun. She got landed with an agent and then began training at Tarlington Training also in Vancouver. As she was training there, she started to get work and continued training at the same time. It then became obvious that the training was no longer necessary, and she went into full time work.
Katie: Bryan Singer is great. He has such a unique directing method, and he's very focused. He can be a lot of fun, and he's good with kids.
Katie: (on stunt work in "X-2") It was an eight foot drop to the floor. I started out on my back. They had me lying flat out, totally horizontal with the floor. And then they hoisted me up so that I was just above where the ceiling would have been, but, of course, there was no ceiling. And I was attached on either side of my hips. So I'm lying on my back and they drop me. And as I come down, someone from behind me would pull on the pick on my ankle, which would sort of flip me upright. And I would just land it and get up and run. It was a lot of fun to do.
Katie: (on her role in "X-Men: 2") I will be playing Kitty Pryde. Its a fun role, really small. But fun.
Katie: (on "Stargate SG-1") The dog O'Neill gives my character at the end of the show was really, really cute. I did not want to give him back.
Katie: (on her character in "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven") I think I have the same kind of spunk. I'm very self-reliant, very independent and one of those kids who says I don't need anybody, but I really do.
Katie: (on her role in "Augusta Gone") I play Bridget, Augusta's best friend at the reform camp she gets sent to. It was a heavy and intense movie...but the atmosphere on set was brilliant and incredibly comfortable. It was a real privilege to work with the director, Tim Matheson. He really knows how to get what he wants from his actors and from his crew.
Katie: (on her role on "Stargate SG-1") Everyone was very kind and made me feel very special, particularly Richard Dean Anderson. He kept trying to make me laugh - and usually did. He's such a great guy. Amanda and Teryl were very sweet, they really did make me feel like part of their family and, professionally, watching them work, I learned so much from them.
Katie: I am dealing with it slowly but surely. I had warned all of my friends that I was not going to acknowledge it as my 20th birthday, but that I was going to repeat my 19th.
Katie: (about name of role) Oh my. Well, my part originally was very small. I didn't have any lines at all in the script. They just brought me out, I guess, because our director Ken Kwapis liked me in the audition, and just brought me out kind of for fun as a glorified extra. But I was playing soccer and stuff, so I was just pleased to be out there. And I didn't have a name. I was just "Bunkmate." You know, like "Girl #1" or whatever. And once Ken started putting me in more scenes and giving me a few lines here and there, he was like, "Okay, we need a name for you, because we can't just call you Bunkmate." [laughs] And so he was like, "You'll be Jo," which was another character in the book that hadn't been put into the script. So he gave me the name Jo, but we continued to call me Bunkmate just because it was so funny. So I was Bunkmate Jo, and they actually credited me that way in the film, I was happy to see.
Katie:I love Los Angeles. I recently did a roadtrip down there with my brother. The people are fun, the climate is amazing, I love the ocean...but no, I just love being in Canada. It's such a great place to live. The people here have such great work ethic, the attitude is fantastic. The majority of Vancouverites tend to have fairly sunny dispositions despite the amount of rain that we get! I really like it here.