Katija has appeared in the New York Times.
Katija often works with Sean Faris, Rip Torn, David Koechner, Shane Hunter, and Ursula Whittaker.
Katija is not a cheerleader like her character in "Yours Mine and Ours"--she finds them a bit annoying.
Katija was a top-rated soccer player in Hawaii.
Katija hurt her leg shooting Just for Kicks but is okay now.
Katija appeared in the 2006 movie Art School Confidential.
Katija is a much more laid back person than Christina (her character in Yours, Mine and Ours) and just goes with the flow.
She says she loved working on Yours Mine and Ours because with all 18 kids there was never a dull moment on the set.
Apparently she rarely cries even when she gets hurt.
She says the thing she misses the most from Hawaii is the warm water.
Just like her character Lauren (in Just for Kicks), Katija played soccer on a team. She said on her team she was always forward but on the show she played forward and half-back.
She starred in the 2004 movie Sleepover as Molly.
She starred in the 2003 movie Air Bud: Spikes Back as Andrea Framm.
In Yours, Mine and Ours she played the second oldest Beardsley child, Christina.
She also starred in the 2005 movie Yours, Mine and Ours.
Katija's favorite actress is Julia Roberts.
Her height is 5' 6" (1.68m).
Katija: (on how she played her character Christina from the movie 'Yours, Mine and Ours') It's kind of really bubbly, a really overly-excited personality. You just are always jumping up and down. That's kind of how I portrayed her. My voice in the movie ended up going an octave higher every time she screams. It's piercing, but it was fun.
Katija: (describing her 'Just for Kicks' character Lauren) Lauren Zelmer is being raised by a single mother who has given up a lot to give her daughter opportunities. Lauren wants to show her that she really appreciates it, so she works so hard at everything she does. She comes out of her shell as the season goes on and it's just great to watch it.
Katija: (comparing herself to Lauren, her character in 'Just for Kicks') I was a lot like her when I was younger. I was born and raised in Hawaii and I was [always busy]-taking singing lessons and dance and acting. I was part of a dance company and I played soccer and [studied] piano and I did a lot of reading.
Katija Pevec: (on cheerleaders) I don't have anything against them….well, kind of - I think they are distracting. If you're watching a game, they are just distracting to me. I've never been a cheerleader and never will. My friends and I promised each other we'd never let each other do that. If one of us did decide to, we'd know something was seriously wrong.