How tall is Katie Douglas? Actress’s height and career explored

Bruno Cooke June 4, 2021


Katie Douglas starred as Lisa McVey in Believe Me: The Abduction Of Lisa McVey (2018), which just arrived on Netflix. So, how tall is Katie Douglas, what else has she been in, and where is she now?

How tall is Katie Douglas?

Born 1998, 22-year-old Katie Emily Douglas is a Canadian actress.

She began her acting career at the age of six, in F2: Forensic Factor.

Actress Katie Douglas’ height is 5ft 0in, or 1.52m. Her talent agency lists her as suitable to play characters between 14 and 20 years old, although she is 22 herself.

Following her ordeal when aged just 17, Lisa McVey went on to be Hillsborough County Sheriff Deputy. She is currently 54, although her exact height (for the sake of comparison) is unknown.

What else has Katie Douglas been in?

Katie Douglas began appearing regularly in television series from the age of nine, with such titles as Flashpoint, Alphas, and Max & Shred among her credits.

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Douglas’ most significant roles to date include Naomi Malik in Mary Kills People (2017-19), Megan in Every Day (2018) and Sally Wilcox in Spooksville (2013-14).

Meanwhile, her most recent television credit is crime series Pretty Hard Cases (2021), in which she plays Jackie Sullivan.

Is she on social media?

Yes. Katie Douglas is on Instagram, and currently has 429K followers on the photo sharing platform.

Her username is katiedouglas98.

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She also uses Twitter, although Instagram appears to be her primary social media outlet.

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Praise for Katie Douglas in Believe Me

Since it joined Netflix’s inventory recently, the 2018 true crime TV movie Believe Me: The Abduction Of Lisa McVey has racked up some serious social media praise.

Users on Twitter have expressed their support emphatically and unequivocally, urging others that they “NEED” to watch it.

Alongside Katie Douglas in the Believe Me cast are David James Elliott (Sgt Larry Pinkerton), Rossif Sutherland (Bobby Joe Long) and Amanda Arcuri (Lorrie).

Bruno is a postgraduate student studying global journalism, with research interests in the intersection of the media, storytelling, culture and politics. His articles have appeared in Groundviews, Packs Light and Forge Press, and most are readable on Medium or He is a Student Ambassador for Tortoise Media, a big fan of Freddie Mercury and a novelist – his debut novel, Reveries, is available on Amazon.