Who is Carrie James?
Carrie was born in Los Angeles, California USA, in the second half of the ‘70s – her exact date of birth remains undisclosed, but her zodiac sign is believed to be Aquarius, and she holds American nationality. She’s a businesswoman and former elementary school teacher, while she’s probably known best for being the wife of Sean Murray, a famous American actor.
Early life and education
Carrie was raised in Los Angeles by her parents, about whom not a lot is known, because she respects their privacy; it’s said that both her parents hold college degrees, and that they had urged Carrie to pursue one, too. She hasn’t spoken of having any siblings, and is thus believed to be an only child.
Carrie attended a local high school and was mostly into acting during her four years there; she was a member of her school’s drama club, and appeared in a couple of plays performed there, mostly in supporting roles. She enrolled at college upon matriculating around the year 1990, and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree four years later.
Carrie continued her education at Antioch University in Culver City, California from which she graduated with a Master’s degree in Social Justice by 2000.
Carrie then began working as a court advocate, helping people understand the legal system in the US; she also spent some time teaching at a charter school in Los Angeles, and in 2011 founded the Prestique Academy of Innovation and Technology.
Carrie has also founded her own company, BRA Network, which aims to help female entrepreneurs by providing them resources and assistance.
Love life and marriage with Sean Murray
Carrie and Sean were introduced by a mutual friend at an event in 2004, and they were together for only around a year prior to exchanging vows on 26 November 2005, in a private ceremony attended by many of their friends and family members.
Carrie gave birth to their daughter Caitlyn Melissa in 2007, and their son River James followed in April 2010.
Carrie hasn’t mentioned any other men whom she has perhaps been with, while it’s believed that Sean was a in a long-term relationship with an actress in the 1990s and early 2000s, and that they were even planning to marry, however, this hasn’t been confirmed.
As of May 2022, Carrie’s married to Sean Murray, and they have two children together.
Hobbies and other interests
Carrie’s a philanthropist and has worked with various charity organizations, including WeSpark and Dress for Success; she’s also a huge lover of animals, and has donated money to several animal shelters.
Carrie’s into travelling, and her career has taken her to several US states, while she’s also visited several European countries, including France and Italy.
She likes to read books in her spare time – her favorite author is Nicholas Sparks, while her favorite book is “Dead John”.
Carrie’s still physically active, as she has a session or two at the gym every week, and occasionally does yoga.
She enjoys watching movies in the evening – her favorite actor and actress are Jim Carrey and Amanda Seyfried, while some of her favorite films include “Bruce Almighty”, “Ace Ventura: Pet Detective” and “Letters to Juliette”.
Age, height and net worth
Carrie’s believed to be in her mid-40s. She has long brown hair and blue eyes, her height is 5ft 6ins (1.65m), and she weighs around 120lbs (55kgs).
As of May 2022, her net worth stands at over $400,000, while her husband Sean’s net worth is reputedly more than $25 million.
Who is her husband Sean?
Sean Harland Murray was born in Bethesda, Maryland USA, on 15 November 1977 – his zodiac sign is Scorpio, and he holds American nationality. He’s appeared in close to 30 movies and TV series, while he’s perhaps known best for his portrayal of Timothy McGee, the lead character in the action crime series “NCIS”. It was created by Donald P. Bellisario and Don McGill, also stars David McCallum and Mark Harmon, and follows the members of the Washington DC Major Case Response Team; the series has been airing since 2003, and has won 27 of the 70 awards for which it’s been nominated, including three Primetime Emmy nominations.
Sean was raised alongside his brother Chad W. Murray, by their American father Craig Harland Murray who was a US Navy Captain, and their Australian mother Vivienne Lee; because of his father’s job, Sean lived all around the world while growing up. His parents eventually divorced, and his mother remarried to American TV producer Donald P. Bellisario; Sean now has seven step-siblings.
He became interested in acting at a very early age, mostly because he enjoyed watching movies and TV series with his family. Sean made his debut film appearance in the 1991 family comedy drama “Backfield in Motion”, and his debut TV series appearance in the following year, with his portrayal of Chris Conway in the episode “Whippet ‘til It Breaks” of the drama “Civil Wars”.
He gained recognition in 1993, when cast to star as Thackery in the family fantasy comedy movie “Hocus Pocus”, directed by Kenny Ortega, and which also starred Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy. It follows a young man who has just moved to Salem, and has awoken three witches from the 17th century; the movie won two of the 13 awards for which it was nominated.
A couple of Sean’s notable performances in the remainder of the ‘90s were in the 1994 western comedy series “Harts of the West”, the 1996 horror thriller movie “The Lottery”, and the 1997 crime movie “The Sleepwalker Killing”.
Sean had only three roles in the 2000s, as he was focused on shooting for “NCIS”: he appeared in the 2001 comedy movie “Spring Break Lawyer”, several episodes of the action crime series “JAG”, and the 2002 episode “Corrupting Jacob” of the comedy series “The Random Years”.
His two most recent roles have been his portrayal of Timothy McGee in the 2017 episode “Pandora’s Box: Part II” of the “NCIS” spin-off “NCIS: New Orleans”, and the 2018 fantasy science fiction movie “The Double”.
Sean was nominated for two Young Artist Awards in 1994, one for Best Youth Actor Leading Role in a Television Series, for “Harts of the West”, and the other for Best Youth Actor Leading Role in a Motion Picture Comedy, for “Hocus Pocus”.