Katherine Thorp Everett is a famous child who is best known as the daughter of Chad Everett and Shelby Grant. Even though she is not a very well-known name, both of her parents had great acting careers. Chad Everett was in more than 40 films and TV shows, but his part as Dr. Joe Gannon in the TV drama Medical Centre is what most people remember him for.
The films Our Man Flint, Medical Centre, and Fantastic Voyage all feature Shelby Grant. Please read on to learn more about the lives of Katherine Thorp, her brother, and her parents.
What About Katherine Thorp Everett?
Katherine Thorp Everett was born to Chad Everett and Shelby Grant on June 21, 1969, in Orlando, Oklahoma. She is one of the two kids that the pair has. Her parents never let the cameras near their girls, so not much is known about Katherine’s childhood. Since both of Katherine’s parents were artists, we think she went into the same field. The 53-year-old, on the other hand, has never been in a movie or TV show. No one knows where she is or what she does for a living.
Siblings of Katherine Thorp Everett
Shannon Everett is Katherine’s only sister. Shannon doesn’t talk about her personal life, so nobody knows when she was born. She was in a movie called Stringer, which came out in 1992. Even though her parents were famous, she has kept a low image since then.
Parents of Katherine Everett Thorp
Shelby Grant, the mother of Katherine, was born Brenda Thompson on October 19, 1936. After college, she made an appearance in KTUL-TV local television commercials. Prior to working in the film sector, she taught deaf and special education students at Hollywood High School. In a 1963 Bonanza episode, Shelby made her television debut. She was a 20th Century Fox contracted actor, appearing in films like The Pleasure Seekers (1964), Fantastic Voyage (1966), Our Man Flint (1966), and The Watchmaker (1969). She also made guest appearances in two episodes of Batman, Marcus Welby, M.D., Medical Centre, and other medical drama TV shows.
On May 22, 1966, Katherine and Chad Everett exchanged vows. Her spouse was filming the 1967 movie Return of the Gunfighter at the time of their wedding. She gave from performing to concentrate on philanthropy in her latter years. Over 20 paediatric cardiac operations were funded by the couple.
On June 11, 1937, Raymon Lee Cramton, Katherine’s father, was born. He was sick of explaining his real name to everybody, so his agent altered it to “Raymon-no-D, Cramton-no-P.” With a theatre degree from Wayne State University, he graduated. His first notable acting role was as a constable in the 1643 ABC Western TV series The Dakotas. Chad was cast as Dr Joe Gannon on Medical Centre after making multiple roles in films and television shows. He also made appearances in Mulholland Drive, The Stinging Nun, Aeroplane II: The Sequel, and Star Command. More than 40 television series also included him in cameo roles.
Actress Sheila Scott accused Chad of being the father of her son Dale, prompting a paternity dispute. When a California court of appeals was found in favour of Chad Everett, the lawsuit was finally dismissed in 1984.
Katherine is one of many celebrities’ offspring who ends up leading a modest life away from the spotlight.