Nadia Dajani Bio, Age, Husband, Height, Net Worth, Movies, TV Shows


Nadia Dajani is an American actress well known for being the host of Caught Off Base with Nadia, a baseball comedic online series.



She is 58 years old as of 26 December 2023. She was born in 1965 in Los Angeles, California, United States.

Family – Education

She grew raised as the youngest of four children in Greenwich Village, New York City, and is of Irish and Palestinian descent. Dajani attended P.S. 41 elementary school before moving on to I.S. 70 junior high in New York City, where she met fellow actor Liev Schreiber. Her best buddy is Beastie Boys member Adam Horovitz, whom she met at P.S. 41 primary school.


She is married to John F. Moore, a New York City fireman.

Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $5 million.


She stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (1.73 m).

The King of Queens

She plays Sophia Spooner, Carrie Heffernan’s late mother, in the Season 1 finale episode “Maybe, Baby”. Sophia was Carrie’s mother and Arthur’s first wife. According to the series’ storyline, she died when Carrie was a teenager. Sophia’s death, having removed the motherly support and supervision she required, was described as having a terrible effect on Carrie, resulting in her entering a few disastrous relationships and dating promiscuously before meeting Doug, which led her to modify her formerly fast ways.Sophia died in 1985, leaving Arthur as a widower and single dad to fifteen-year-old Carrie. Carrie was compelled to work in addition to attending high school because Arthur could not maintain a consistent job.

The Other Two

She appeared as Mackenzie, Cary’s agent in the seasons 2 and 3 of the American sitcom The Other Two. Wanting to win an Academy Award, Cary meets with his agent, Mackenzie, and shows an interest in playing Albert Einstein in the upcoming film One Night with Albert. Cary convinces the movie producers to let him audition for the lead role with the help of Shuli, and Cary persuades a hesitant Pat to fund the film. In an attempt to generate Oscar excitement, Mackenzie gets a New York Times piece about Cary’s life.

When the New York Times writer requests to meet with Cary’s pals, Cary finds he doesn’t have any. Brooke is desperate to show that Lance hired a PR for his People Magazine appearance. She breaks into Lance’s apartment wearing prosthetics to examine his emails, but finds no evidence. Brooke accidentally causes a fire while attempting to escape the flat discreetly; Lance successfully evacuates everyone within. Brooke is pleased to learn that Chase’s mental health telethon won a Peabody Award. Pat forms a bond with her friend’s children while in Ohio. Pat realizes she needs to save her relationship with her own children and tells Streeter she plans to terminate Brooke as her manager and pull the funding for Cary’s film.

Cary’s mental health begins to deteriorate as he becomes obsessed with earning an Academy Award. Cary, enraged that Mackenzie is not returning his calls, hunts out Mackenzie’s home in the Hamptons and shows up outside her door, wanting to know why she is not responding. Mackenzie chastises Cary for his actions, pulling him back to reality. Cary falls upset after recognizing the impact his actions have had on others. After spending the night at Mackenzie’s, Cary phones Pat and informs her that she does not need to fund the film because he intends to leave the project entirely.

Cary also sees a news item about Lucas, who was found strolling naked along the road in a confused and bewildered state; it is later revealed that Lucas is married. Cary attempts to make amends with Curtis, who is celebrating his birthday at a beach house in the Hamptons. Curtis forgives Cary, and they rebuild their friendship. While walking alone on the beach, Cary receives a call from Mackenzie notifying him that a director has been connected to the film; Cary immediately hangs up, uninterested.


♦ 2019 – Almost Love
♦ 2014 – Take Care
♦ 2014 – The Opposite Sex
♦ 2011 – The Lost Valentine
♦ 2011 – Stuck Between Stations
♦ 2010 – A Little Help
♦ 2009 – Bob Funk
♦ 2008 – Gone to the Dogs
♦ 2005 – Game 6
♦ 2005 – Alchemy
♦ 2003 – This Is Not a Film
♦ 2003 – View from the Top
♦ 2002 – Balkanization
♦ 2002 – You Stupid Man
♦ 2001 – Sidewalks of New York
♦ 2000 – Happy Accidents

TV Shows

♦ 2021–2023 – The Other Two
♦ 2018 – Bull
♦ 2017 – Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce
♦ 2016, 2019 – Jon Glaser Loves Gear
♦ 2016 – Odd Mom Out
♦ 2015 – 2 Broke Girls
♦ 2015 – Younger
♦ 2014, 2016 – Elementary
♦ 2013 – The Carrie Diaries
♦ 2013 – Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
♦ 2012 – The Good Wife
♦ 2012 – Delocated
♦ 2012 – Suits
♦ 2011 – Body of Proof
♦ 2011 – Necessary Roughness
♦ 2010–2011 – The Big C
♦ 2009–2010 – Delocated
♦ 2009–2010 – Ugly Betty
♦ 2009 – Sherri
♦ 2007 – Curb Your Enthusiasm