Katija Pevec

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Katija Pevec
Katija Mira Pevec

(1988-03-01) March 1, 1988 (age 31)
Years active2003–present

Katija Mira Pevec[1] (born March 1, 1988) is an American actress. She is best known for her role as Christina Beardsley in the 2005 film Yours, Mine and Ours, and the TV series, Just for Kicks.


Pevec was born in Honolulu, Hawaii. As a child, she took singing, dancing and acting lessons.[2] She made her major acting debut in the lead role of the 2003 Air Bud sequel Air Bud: Spikes Back. In the next year she had a supporting role in the film Sleepover opposite Alexa Vega and Sara Paxton. Pevec's most notable role to date was in the 2005 Nickelodeon theatrical film Yours, Mine and Ours. As well as appearing in the films Art School Confidential (2006), Eagle Eye (2008), and Life Is Hot in Cracktown (2009).

In 2006, she co-starred in the Nickelodeon comedy-drama series, Just for Kicks. The series was executive produced by Whoopi Goldberg[3] and only lasted one season. Pevec's other television credits include Cracking Up, Medical Investigation, Without a Trace, andThree Rivers.


Year Title Role Notes
2003 Air Bud Spikes Back Andrea Framm Main role, direct to-video film
2004 Cracking Up Hannah Episodes: "Grudge Match" &
"Learning Disability"
2004 Sleepover Molly Theatrical film
2004 Medical Investigation Ruby Episode: "In Bloom"
2005 Listen Up! Jillian Episode: "Waiting for Kleinman"
2005 Yours, Mine and Ours Christina Beardsley Main role, theatrical film
2006 Without a Trace Kelly McMurphy Episode: "Shattered"
2006 Just for Kicks Lauren Zelmer Series regular
2006 Art School Confidential Cynthia Platz Independent film
2008 Eagle Eye Teenage Page Theatrical film
2009 Life Is Hot in Cracktown Becky Theatrical film
2009 Three Rivers Jenny Episode: "Ryan's First Day"
2013 The Den Jenni Theatrical film
2013 Pop Up Katija Post-production


  1. ^ Biography for Katija Pevec on IMDb
  2. ^ Morreale, Marie (2006). "Just for Kicks". teacher.scholastic.com. Scholastic News. Retrieved 2010-08-10.
  3. ^ Gutrie, Marisa (2006-04-04). "Whoopie Kickin' Up Girls' Field of Dreams". NYDailyNews.com. Daily News (New York). Retrieved 2010-08-10.

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