The beautiful and charming Callie Thorne is popularly known for her role as Dr. Dani Santino on the USA Network series Necessary Roughness. She is also known for her roles as Detective Laura Ballard in the movie Homicide: Life on the Street.
Even if she is beautiful, she is believed to be single without any record of a husband or boyfriend. Like her mother, Callie also seems to be living her single life. Since she is a quite secretive person, she has not opened up anything about her love affairs and married life.
Callie’s Personal life: Scant Love Life!
As previously mentioned, Callie is happily single. She often plays roles of married women and mothers in her movies and TV shows, but in reality, she does not have a husband.
At present, there are also no any rumors flying about her dating life and boyfriend. Well, it looks like she is a much more career oriented person rather than focusing on relations.
However, in the past, she once dated a firefighter named Adam Woodruff. In an interview with PEOPLE on 12 December 2007, Callie revealed about her past relationship and said she met Adam at a Leary Firefighters Foundation event on 10 December 2007 in New Orleans where she filmed the comedy movie Welcome to Academia. She further said she had dinner with him at his firehouse.
From her statement, it hints that it was only a casual date. Callie, who is a shy kind of a person by nature, may be searching for a perfect man in her life with whom she can spend her life happily forever.
Callie’s Short Bio: Career, Family Life
An American actress Callie Thorne was born on 20 November 1969 in Boston, Massachusetts. She was raised by her single mother and has mixed accent including British, Armenian, Assyrian, Italian and Portuguese.
Callie is the daughter of Karen Silver and Stuart Ewen Thorne. Callie’s mother’s family were members of St. Stephen’s Armenian Apostolic Church.
Callie graduated from Wheaton College with the major subject in theater and dramatic literature. She also studied at Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute for her in-depth study in the subject of theater education.
She got her first break in the year 1996 in the romantic comedy Ed's Next Move. The following year, she landed the leading part as Det. Laura Ballard on the television series Homicide: Life on the Street.
Callie starred in a lead role in the USA Network series Necessary Roughness, for which she was awarded Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress. She also received Outstanding Female Actor in a Leading Role in a Drama series at the Gracie Allen Awards for her role in 2012.
Callie has also made her appearances in many television series including ER, The Wire, Prison Break, Royal Pains, White Collar and many more on the list.