Actress Clare Carey, age 48, wants to keep her husband, their married life and their two children away from the media

The hot American Film and Television actress Clare Carey has opened up about keeping her husband, their personal life and two children away and protected from the media. She has said according sources that her personal life is different from her professional life and would like to keep it that way and she has also added that she wants her children to have a normal life while growing up away from the world of showbiz.

The actress who is married to Seth Seaberg who is common business worker and they live in Los Angeles with their two children according to IMDB. The actress has said according to sources that she is very protective regarding her family and doesn’t want them to be affected by the industry as it can be cruel at times.

The actress wants her children to have a normal childhood according to sources. The actress married her boyfriend who she had been dating four months according sources. The actress had made it very clear to the media that she will not be talking about her family according to sources.

Clare Carey was born on June 11, 1967. She was born at a Catholic mission in Rhodesia where her father who is a doctor by profession and her mother was a teacher.  She has been many TV shows and movies throughout her eventful career. She is best known for her recurring role in episodic television, most of her notable for her role as Kelly Fox on the American sitcom Coach and her roles as Macy Carlson, the Olsen twins’ mother on the short-lived ABC Family sitcom So Little Time.

She also had recurring roles on Point Pleasant, in the role of Sarah Parker, Jericho as bartender Mary Bailey, and Crash as Christine Emory and made a guest-star appearance in Eli Stone as a lawyer opposing Eli in court. Carey also did a cameo in the award winning indie Film La Cucina, which premiered on Showtime in December 2009. She plays Rachel Hunter’s girlfriend.

She also played a part in NCIS episode “Life Before His Eyes” as Ann Gibbs, the mother of Leroy Jethro Gibbs, played by Mark Harmon.  She studied Film at NYU Film School and also attended Shakespeare at the Royal Academy in London, Commedia Del Arte with the San Francisco Mime Troupe, solo Performance with Bill Irwin and Acting with Carol Fox Prescott and Harry Mastrogeorge.

She also trained with Joanne Baron in two year Meisner Program before landing her series, Coach. The actress has had a very long career in which she has featured in many movies and about more than 50 TV shows.

The actress is currently estimated at a net worth of 20 million US Dollars.