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BORN: August 3
BIRTHPLACE: Los Angeles, CA
HEIGHT: 5'6"
ON WHOSAY SINCE: Sep 11, 2013
HOMETOWN: Uniontown, Pennsylvania
CURRENT LOCATION: Hollywood

5 Things You Didn't Know About Me

  • I worked at Disneyland as a Disney princess
  • I have a dog named Beans, a cat named Bitty, and a pet rat
  • In high school, I was a cheerleader and was voted
  • I drink one or two cups of coffee a day
  • I love classic cars and drive a 1971 Lincoln Continental

BIOGRAPHY

Caitlin O’Connor is an actress and model, born in Los Angeles, CA and raised in Uniontown, Pennsylvania. She is currently based back in Los Angeles modeling and acting in an array of versatile roles.
O’Connor’s interest in the entertainment business was sparked when she began entering into pageants, and successfully became a top finalist in the Miss Pennsylvania USA contest. Soon thereafter, she moved back to Los Angeles to attend UCLA. She took her passions of modeling and acting further by participating in high profile print campaigns for Target, Nickelodeon, Xbox, Pert Plus, Catch Surf, and Sons of Anarchy. O’Connor has also had many appearances in music videos, with artists such as, Miguel, Simple Plan, Sublime with Rome, Taylor Momsen, Ryan & Smitty, Yelawolf, Newfound Glory, Snoop Dogg, and Chris Brown. She has also appeared as a host on The Ski Channel, FOX News, and Maria Menounos' AfterBuzz TV.
O’Connor has also been a regular actress on the MTV series Chelsea Settles, and has had guest spots on shows like Comedy Central's Key & Peele, The Nick Kroll Show, and Tosh.0. In 2013, O’Connor landed a starring role in a Pepsi Next commercial and has appeared in Maxim Magazine as their Helpful Hottie Advice Girl while also being titled a Hometown Hottie. Caitlin was seen this year on TMZ on TV, The Ricki Lake Show, and The Doctors on CBS as a celebrity guest.
In addition to her passion for the arts, Caitlin also has a huge interest in philanthropy, dedicating her helping hand to animals and children with non-profit organizations such as Safety Harbor Kids, the Love Can Initiative, and Generosity Water.