Catherine Hicks is an American actress best known for her role as Annie Camden in the television drama series 7th Heaven, from 1996-2007.
Born in Manhattan and raised in Scottsdale, Arizona, Hicks’ starring role on 7th Heaven is her fourth television series regular role.
Hicks previously starred in the series Winnetka Road, Tucker’s Witch and the popular daytime drama Ryan’s Hope. However, it was her Emmy-nominated role as Marilyn Monroe in Marilyn: The Untold Story that made her television career.
Additional television credits include Redwood Curtain, Once More With Feeling, Running Against Time, Happy Endings and the time-travel drama For All Time.
Hicks’ feature credits include Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, directed by co-star Leonard Nimoy, Turbulence, She’s Out of Control, The Razor’s Edge, with Bill Murray, and the cult film Child’s Play.
She also starred in Francis Ford Coppola’s Peggy Sue Got Married and Sidney Lumet’s Garbo Talks.
On Broadway, Hicks starred with Jack Lemmon in the world premiere of Tribute, and has performed in numerous regional theatre productions.
Hicks combined a dedicated training in acting with an impressive academic background. With a double major in theology and English literature at Notre Dame University, Hicks first became interested in acting after observing several of the school’s stage productions.
She later moved to New York and subsequently won an acting fellowship to Cornell University and received a Master of Fine Arts degree.
When not working on her series, Hicks enjoys spending time with her husband, special effects wizard and director Kevin Yagher, and their daughter, Catie.