Catherine Disher is a Canadian actress working primarily in television. Born in Montréal in 1960, Disher has worked on multiple United States and Canadian productions, but most have been filmed in Toronto. She started her on-screen career in 1986, both in film and on television, and by 1988 she had a frequently-recurring role on the crime drama "T. and T.," starring none other than Mr. T of "Rocky" and "The A-Team" fame. In 1989, Disher landed another major supporting role, as Mana on the action sci-fi TV series "War of the Worlds," which ran two seasons. After a few more brief TV parts, in 1992 Disher earned one of the biggest roles of her career, as Dr. Natalie Lambert on the horror-mystery "Forever Knight," a German-Canadian production shot in Toronto. That same year, Disher landed a major voice-over part, as the voice of Jean Grey on the animated series "X-Men," based on the Marvel Comics creation of Stan Lee. Disher provided voiceover for all five seasons of the series; she would go on to provide voices for various "X-Men" video games, all the way into 2001. In later work, Disher started another lead role in 2008, as Superintendent Maggie Norton on the TV crime drama "The Border," Canada's take on its own unique immigration issues. In 2010, Disher had a part in the family television movie "The Good Witch's Gift."