While starring in Veronica's Closet, Kathy appeared in a public service announcement about teen pregnancy for NBC's The More You Know.
She participated in Larry King's book, Remember Me When I'm Gone, where celebrities write their own gravestone epitaphs.
She attended Crawford High School.
She was crowned Grand Champion on CBS's Gameshow Marathon in 2006.
She appeared on a celebrity version of The Weakest Link where she played to win money for Afghani women.
She is openly bisexual.
In 1998, she made a cameo in Bride of Chucky as the maid who discovers dead bodies.
In 2004 she was chosen by Ms. Magazine as Woman of the Year.
She publicly admitted that she had an abortion.
She is of Lebanese heritage.
She is good friends with actress Jennifer Aniston. She appeared in Jennifer Aniston - America's Sweetheart.
She is the only person to appear on Pyramid as both a contestant and a Celebrity player.
She has been married to actor Dan Finnerty since 1995. Together they have one daughter, named Samia.
She won an American Comedy Award in 1993 for Funniest Supporting Actress in Sister Act.
She has appeared in music videos for Lady Soul and Rebecca Lynn Howard.
She is good friends with actress Mo Gaffney.
Kathy: When you're not blonde and thin, you come up with a personality real quick.
Kathy: I'm a feminist. I'm pretty sure Peggy wouldn't call herself that, but she's got moments of great clarity and strength and resolve and independence. And I think some of that sprinkled off from me.
Kathy: First and foremost, I'm a feminist. And basically that stems from a strong belief that all people and creatures deserve equal opportunity, rights and respect.
Kathy: I believe that we all have the potential to love any human being, and that genetics, upbringing, choice, social conditioning and environment play a major part in which way we sway. I believe that we all have the potential to love any human being, and that just love who you wish and celebrate it the best you can. Love is a gift. Between anyone.
Kathy: That's another woman that is unbelievably inspiring. The more I learn about her, the more I learn she was such a great trailblazer. About Cass Elliot.