Actress Catherine Bell captivated audiences worldwide by playing strong-willed women who often exuded quiet confidence onscreen. She spent several years modeling and minor acting before landing a breakout role on the drama "JAG" (NBC, 1995-96; CBS, 1997-2005), where she played a gutsy military attorney who radiated wholesomeness and sex appeal at the same time. The role also turned the leggy starlet into one of Hollywood's most desirable women of the new millennium, making her a favorite on <i>FHM</i> and <i>Maxim</i> "Sexiest Woman" lists. In 2007, Bell moved beyond her time on the somewhat light "JAG" and was allowed to show emotional depth with a starring role on "Army Wives" (Lifetime, 2007-2013). Her heartbreaking portrayal of a lonely housewife beaten by her troubled son wowed viewers and critics alike, and established her as one of the most underrated beauties in the industry. Bell then shifted genres once more, starring in a series of family-friendly TV movies that turned into the series "The Good Witch" (Hallmark 2015- ).