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Katey Sagal
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Actress
    (January 19, 1956- )
    Famed as Peg Wanker Bundy on 'Married... with Children'
    Portrayed Cate Hennessy on '8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter,' Barb Thompson on 'Imagine That,' Claire Wennick on 'Tucker,' Edna Hyde on 'That '70s Show,' Mrs. Flo Spinelli on 'Recess' and Jo Tucker on 'Mary'
    Acted in 'Dropping Out (2000),' 'Smart House (1999),' 'God's New Plan (1999),' 'Chance of a Lifetime (1998),' 'Mr. Headmistress (1998),' 'Trail of Tears (1995),' 'She Says She's Innocent (1991),' 'Mother Goose Rock 'n' Rhyme (1990),' 'Good Mother (1988)' and 'Maid to Order (1987)'
    Sang 'Loose Cannons' for the movie Loose Cannons
    Older sister of actresses Liz Sagal and Jean Sagal
    Provides her voice on the FOX cartoon series 'Futurama'
    She was born with a silver spoon in mouth (father was noted director Boris Sagal).
    She has two failed marriages.
    Her second wedding song was 'Our Love Is Here to Stay.'
    She has breast implants.
    She smokes.
    She abused drugs and alcohol in her earlier years.
    She has not aged well.
    She claims her main talent is singing, but her only CD release was a total flop.
    She (along with others) was fired as a backup singer for Bob Dylan.
    Her fame was only due to the FOX TV sleaze cult show 'Married... With Children.'
    Her age is a mystery - born anywhere from 1953 to 1957.
    She reportedly dated David Faustino, who played her son on 'Married With Children' and was said to be seen seductively dancing together and later with her tongue down his throat.
    She married a man five years younger than herself, Kurt Sutter (October 1, 2004).
    She supports gay rights and is an AIDS awareness activist.
    She was nominated as Best Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for both a Golden Globe (4 years in a row) and an American Comedy Award (1990 and 1992).
    Her pregnancy resulted in a stillbirth (1993).
    She sang back-up for Bob Dylan, Bette Midler, Gene Simmons and Tanya Tucker.
    Her mother died when she was nineteen, so she helped raise her fifteen year old twin sisters.

Credit: Jack Stunkel, Jr.


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