Conchata likes to write children's poetry, gardening, watching films, reading history, and shopping.
Conchata considers herself to be "old hippie, political liberal and feminist."
"North Beach and Rawhide" was the first TV miniseries Conchata acted in (1985).
"Heartland" was Conchata first starring role in 1980, Rip Torn also starred in the feature.
"The Girl Called Hatter Fox" was Conchata first TV-movie in 1977.
Conchata made her Theatrical film debut in Sidney Lumet's "Network", in 1976.
Conchata received a BA in Social Studies from Marshall University.
Conchata took drama classes at both West Virginia University and Marshall University.
Cane Fork, West Virginia is where Conchata grew up.
Conchata mother is Mescal Loraine George and her father is Luther Martin Ferrell.
In 1974, Conchata received the Drama Desk award for her work in the off-Broadway production of "The Sea Horse".
Conchata stands at 5' 6" (1.68 meters) tall.
Conchata and the cast of "Heartland" won Western Heritage Awards - Bronze Wrangler - Theatrical Motion Picture in 1981.
Conchata along with her "Two and a Half Men" castmates won TV Land Awards - Future Classic Award in 2009.
Aside from acting, Conchata is an acting teacher and coach.
Conchata plays video games in her free time, she enjoys playing role-playing games.
Conchata received an Obie Award for her part in the off-Broadway production of "The Sea Horse".
Conchata has a daughter, Samantha F. Anderson (born June 14, 1982) with husband Arnold Anderson.