Catherine Clark Bio, Age, Family, Education, Height, Net Worth, Career

Catherine Clark Biography

Catherine Clark is a Canadian television personality and the daughter of former Canadian Prime Minister Joe Clark and Maureen McTeer.


How old is Catherine Clark? – Age

She is 60 years old as of 17 July 2023. She was born in 1963 in New Haven, Connecticut, United States. Her real name is Katherine Marlea Clark.

Catherine Clark Family – Education

When she was 18, she moved to Paris alone to study at the American University for five months, living in a cramped one-bedroom apartment. She holds an art history degree from the University of Toronto. After graduation, she worked at the public relations firm Hill & Knowlton.

Does Katherine Clark have a Husband? – Children

Clark married Chad Schella on June 8, 2002, who was previously the NHL Ottawa Senators’ director of player services and is now Canada Post’s general manager of government affairs. They have a daughter, Alexandra Charmaine Maureen Schella, born May 26, 2006, and a son, Charles Roger Dennis Schella, born April 1, 2009.

Catherine Clark Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $5 million.

Catherine Clark Height

She stands at a height of 5 feet, 7 feet.

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Catherine Clark Career

During the 2000 federal election, she was heavily involved in Joe Clark’s campaign. She began her broadcasting career in 2001, anchoring Unzipped, a television news magazine for the newly launched Canadian digital cable network ichannel. The show was discontinued the following year due to budgetary restrictions and questionable content on the network, but Clark remained with the network in various positions. In 2004, she joined Rogers Television to broadcast a daily chat show in Ottawa.

She founded Catherine Clark Communications, a marketing and public relations agency, in December 2017. Clark took a break from television after her daughter’s birth and then joined CPAC, the Canadian legislative broadcaster. With CPAC, she hosted Sunday Sound Off, a political debate and panel discussion show, and Beyond Politics, a chat show in which she interviewed Canadian politicians about their lives outside of politics.