8 Things You Didn’t Know About Caitlin McHugh

Caitlin Maureen McHugh, professionally known as Caitlin McHugh, who is not just an American actress, yet a supermodel and has managed to steal the hearts of many. She has marked her identity in both film and television as well. She started her career in 2007, with a small role in “I Am Legend” and earned nine credits in more than six years. There are more things to know that you are probably not aware of it.

8 Things You Didnt Know About Caitlin McHugh

8 Things You Didn’t Know About Caitlin McHugh

She as a Model

Caitlin McHugh has worked in several advertisements for various brands, such as; hair care products. Alongside this, she is a brand ambassador of hair products as well.

Caitlin McHugh is a great writer

Her skills are not confined to just acting, but she is a talented writer as well and has written a short film “Ingenu-ish”, released in 2017 wherein she worked opposite Josh Peck. The film was nominated for Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress, & Best Director at the Portland Comedy Film Festival.

She is best known for

Caitlin McHugh is best known for her small role that she played in “I Am Legend”, for which she earned nine credits in more than six years.

She & social media

Being a talented star, she is extremely active on all her social media accounts where she has an impressive fan following.

Her television career

She has acted in many television series and has given the best performance, played the role of Sloan in the fifth season of the TV series “The Vampire Diaries” in 2014.

Her love life

Caitlin has been dating John Stamos, who is also an actor. The couple has been dating since long and finally got married.

She is a divorcee

Initially, she married to Massimo Lusardi in 2011. When the relationship didn’t work, they parted their ways and got divorced. The couple had no kids.

She has a degree in Contemporary Dance

In 2004, Caitlin McHugh did graduation from Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, La Cañada Flintridge, California. Also, she studied contemporary dance from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts from 2004-2006.