KaDee Strickland Stricklands Career Began In 1999 With A Brief Appearance As A Mourner

KaDee Strickland
KaDee Strickland
KaDee Strickland
KaDee Strickland
KaDee Strickland
KaDee Strickland


She was raised in Patterson, Georgia, which she said is a “one-stoplight town”, and she had a job picking tobacco on a local farm for eight years. I felt like I fit my skin, I knew what I was here to do”, Strickland said. After graduating from high school, Strickland wanted to study drama at college in New York City, but her parents did not want her to live in such a large city so soon. Strickland’s career began in 1999 with a brief appearance as a mourner at a funeral after-party in The Sixth Sense, a two-line part that she received after impressing writer-director M. Night Shyamalan when reading lines for those auditioning for the film. The same year, she served as an extra in the independent film The Sterling Chase, and appeared in a small role opposite Winona Ryder and Angelina Jolie in James Mangold’s drama Girl, Interrupted. Those included Rel Dowdell’s Train Ride, a date thriller filmed in 1998, but not commercially released until 2005 because of financing problems. She was also cast in the crime drama Diamond Men with Robert Forster and Donnie Wahlberg; it opened to sparkling reviews, with Richard Roeper of the Chicago Sun-Times declaring it “a fantastic film, with a good cast”. in 2003, Strickland was cast opposite Eddie Cibrian in the pilot episode for an uncommissioned small screen serial adaptation of John Grisham’s novel The Street Lawyer.

 

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