Bell is best known for her work as the headstrong Marine Corps attorney
Lt. Sarah "Mac" MacKenzie on the action drama series "JAG" and in the
ensemble drama series "Army Wives" as Denise Sherwood, a devoted wife
who has returned to work as a nurse while her husband is a major in Iraq
and whose son was killed in combat in Afghanistan.
Bell was born in London and moved to Los Angeles with her family at the
young age of three. While studying biomedical engineering at UCLA, Bell
ventured into modeling, which soon led to immediate recognition in both
the United States and overseas. Building on her success as a model, she
decided to pursue an acting career, which was launched soon thereafter.
While working in series television, Bell has also generated a loyal fan
base with Hallmark Channel's "The Good Witch" movie franchise, always
among the highest-rated program offerings on the network. Starring as
Cassandra "Cassie" Nightingale, Bell completed seven TV movies in the
series, including "The Good Witch," "The Good Witch's Garden," "The Good
Witch's Gift," "The Good Witch's Family," "The Good Witch's Charm," and
"The Good Witch's Destiny." Other TV credits include the Lifetime's
"Still Small Voices" and "Last Man Standing," CBS' "Company Town," and
TNT's "Good Morning Killer," as well as guest starring roles on "Law
& Order: Special Victims Unit," "Friends," "Dream On," and "King
Bell's feature film credits include Universal's mega-hit "Bruce
Almighty" opposite Jim Carrey and opposite Steve Carrell in the sequel,
"Evan Almighty," as well as "Men of War." Bell, along with her two
children, resides in Southern California.