Katey Sagal

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Quotes (6)

  • Katey: I have an enormous faith in God. I have an enormous support system that also has that same belief.

  • Katey: I'm very comfortable as a singer. In fact, I think it's more - I identified my self-esteem, my self more in those ways when I was growing up. I really - it was kind of my calling card as a kid.

  • Katey: Each time I seem to go through one of life's huge things, I want to play music.

  • Katey Sagal: It was never about sort of being famous. I just wanted to be good at what I did.

  • Katey Sagal: (On being an older mom) My thing about having another child was, time's-a-wasting! I thought about being an older parent and what that means for another child, but I was somewhat of an older parent when I had Sarah and Jackson in my late 30s. I have an enormous family with many cousins, and Esmé has an older brother and sister. So, I felt it was okay to do this.

  • Katey Sagal: It isn't often that an actress gets to spend so much time on one job. In the acting business, you usually go from one thing to another.

Trivia (27)

  • At the Playboy mansion on September 7, 1996, Katey hosted a party for the AIDS Project Los Angeles.

  • Katey used to work as a singing waitress at a restaurant called The Great American Food and Beverage Company.

  • Katey began singing when she was only five years old.

  • On her left outer ankle, Katey has a tattoo of a flower.

  • In 1978, Katey was hired to be a backup singer for Bob Dylan, but was fired shortly before the tour began.

  • In February of 2008, Katey testified at the wrongful death trial of her late co-star, John Ritter.

  • Katey become a mother for the third time at the age of 50 with help from a surrogate. Katey and her husband, Kurt, welcomed their first child together, Esme Louise Sutter, on January 12, 2007.

  • Katey has been married three times, and since October of 2004, she has been married to Kurt Stutter, the producer of The Shield. She was also married to Jack White from November 26, 1993 until July 24, 2000; and Freddie Beckmeier from May 1, 1977 until 1981.

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