Catherine Caylee Cowan
Catherine Caylee Cowan, the youngest of three children, was born at Tarzana Medical Hospital on March 19th, 1998 in the valley of Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. and raised in Phoenix, Arizona. She is the daughter of June Rock, a beautician, and Richard Cowan. She is often regarded by her middle name "Caylee" meaning Pure; keeper of the keys.
"--- but my friends just call me "Caylee"
I was born in the valley of Los Angeles and raised in Phoenix, Arizona by my mother June Rock. She was a single mother of three. My mother called us by our middle names. We were supposed to age into our first names, but unlike my brothers I never did."
Catherine Caylee Cowan has two older biological-brothers and two older step-sisters. She is the youngest of the five. Caylee is estranged from her biological father.
Catherine Caylee Cowan showed interest in the arts since childhood. She began acting as a child as a member of the Valley Youth Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona. She graduated high school a year early in order to focus solely on acting and take method acting classes at the Arizona Actors Academy. It was there that Caylee Cowan worked on various theatre performances such as; Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov, The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams, Danny in the Deep Blue Sea by John Patrick Shanley, and Miss Julie by August Strindberg.
Catherine Caylee Cowan had difficulty reading until the third grade, this was due to dyslexia often being withdrawn from school and being placed in a new one. Caylee was often the recipient of charitable donations from the church and state and as an adult seeks ways in which she can give back to her community and encourage the arts in under privileged communities.