Who is Katherine Barrell? Bio, Age, Net Worth, Relationship, Height, Ethnicity

Aside from her work as a filmmaker, Katherine Barrell is most known for playing Nicole Haught in the supernatural Western horror TV series Wynonna Earp. She received the People’s Choice Award as “Performer of the Week” (TV Line) and “Performer of the Month” for her work in the third season of a television show that featured a majority of women, from its creator to its actors (Spoiler TV).

In the fourth season, whose premiere is set for mid-2020, she will reprise her role once more.

Katherine Barrell: Early Life, Age, Wiki, Parents, Ethnicity

On February 12, 1990, Katherine Barrell was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She is of Slovenian, French, and Italian ancestry.

She earned degrees from The Groundlings Comedy School in Los Angeles and The George Brown Classical Theatre School in Toronto before landing her first significant guest role on the ABC Network pilot, Poe, with Game of Thrones actress Natalie Dormer.

Katherine Barrell’s Relationship Insights: Wedding

On December 29, 2017, Katherine Barrell and Ray Galletti, her dearest friend, exchanged vows.

2012 marked the beginning of their relationship. They frequently admit their feelings for one another on their individual Instagram.

Her husband, Ray, was born and raised in Montreal, Quebec, and has been in a number of TV shows, including Saints & Sinners, Da Vinci’s Inquest, and Connected. In addition, he made appearances in the hit TV shows Night Visions, Arrow, iZombie, and NYPD Blue.


Lake Placid: Legacy from Sony Pictures, The Scarehouse from NBC Universal, and My Ex-Ex from Netflix are among Katherine Barrell’s filmography credits.

She has also worked on eight short films as both a director and producer. Television critic Richard Crouse listed Issues, a comedic short, as one of the best three “Bell Media Short Films.”

In a similar vein, Dissecting Gwen won “Best Comedy Short” at the Canadian Diversity Film Festival in 2017 after receiving the “Best Screenplay Award” from Women in Film & Television-Toronto.

All of the aforementioned short films are produced by Kit Media, Katherine’s production firm, which changed its name to Blue-Eyed Bandit in 2018.

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