Cathy starred with fellow Happy Days recurring star Crystal Bernard in High School USA
Cathy's sister Tracey is a film producer.
Cathy's voice was Marie Dodo in the Sesame Street production of Follow That Bird.
Cathy did the announcing on SoapNet's Soap Talk.
Cathy grew up living next door to Milton Berle.
When Cathy appeared in Sgt. Bilko, she was credited as Catherine Silvers.
Cathy had a role as First Lieutenant Monday in the 1996 remake of Sgt. Bilko, a movie that her father Phil had immortalized.
Cathy has five daughters.
Cathy's twin sister Candace appeared as Carla Bee in three episodes of Happy Days
Cathy's sister Tracey is the mother of Jaclyn Sara Silvers, who appeared in an episode of 24.
Cathy has three sisters: Nancey, Tracey, and fellow twin, Candace.
Cathy's mother, and Phil Silvers' wife is Evelyn Patrick.
Cathy shares a birthday with Peri Gilpin, who plays Roz Doyle on Frasier.
Cathy appears as Card #15 in DuoCard's Happy Days collection.
Cathy Silvers (on appearing in Sgt. Bilko) For me it was overwhelming to be part of something my father had created. It was as heartwarming as it was fun.
Cathy Silvers: With all due respect to Steve Martin, he's just not my father. He was wise not to try to imitate what my father did. He created his own Bilko.
Cathy Silvers: Sons and daughters of doctors, dentists and lawyers go to their fathers' offices. I went to movie and stage sets. I went to Beverly Hills High School and most of my friends' parents were in the business too.
Cathy Silvers: My dad made a guest appearance on one episode of Happy Days, playing Jenny's father. It was magic. I'd always heard people talk about how exciting it was to work with my dad and I got to see why. He was really special. It was the only time we got to work together.
Cathy Silvers: (on joining the Happy Days cast) They were like one big happy family when I arrived, and they took me into their family. Everyone on the show was supportive and kind.
Cathy Silvers: (on growing up in a Hollywood neighborhood) I grew up thinking acting was what everyone did.