|Born:||January 19, 1954|
|Occupation:||Actress, Singer, Songwriter|
|Years Active:||1971 - present|
Katey Sagal, born Catherine Louise Sagal on January 19, 1954, is an American actress and singer-songwriter. She is known for her role as Peggy Bundy on Married... with Children, her voice-over role as Leela on Futurama, as Cate Hennessy on 8 Simple Rules, as Gemma Teller Morrow in Sons of Anarchy, and she guest starred on Glee as Nancy Abrams in 2013.
Sagal, born in California, was one out of five children born to Sara Zwilling and Boris Sagal. Sadly before Sagal was 25 she lost both her parents, Sara died from heart disease and Boris died when he walked into the moving blade of a helicopter by accident on the set of "World War III." Her siblings include twins, Jean and Liz Sagal, and brother, Joe Sagal, all of whom are acting business.
She was married to Freddie Beckmeyer for three years before a divorce in 1981. Sagal was married to Jack White and they had two children, Sarah Grace (b. 1994) and Jackson James (b. 1996), before they divorced in 2000. Sagal had a pregnancy with White that was written into the Married... with Children plot line. Sadly her daughter, Ruby, was born stillborn in 1991. The pregnancy was then regarded as a "dream" on the show. She married Kurt Sutter in October 2004, and they had a daughter, Esmé Louise (b. January 2007), through a surrogate mother.
Sagal received the Hollywood Walk of Fame on 9 September 2014 with her family, Sons of Anarchy and Married with Children cast present.
Sagal starred as Peggy Bundy, the lower-class, sex-starved wife of shoe salesman Al Bundy, on Married... with Children for eleven years and had been nominated for six awards while on the show and won one award (TV Land Awards - Innovation award (shared; 2009)). She starred as Cate Hennessy on 8 Simple Rules as Paul Hennessy's, John Ritter's character, wife. The show went on for another season after Ritter's death and was canceled after the third season finished it's run, it was on for three years and Sagal won one award for her portrayal (Prism Award; 2005). Sagal had voiced Leela on the animated science fiction series, Futurama, for fourteen years before it ended (again) on September 4, 2013. Sagal had stared as Gemma Teller Morrow on Sons of Anarchy between 2008 and 2014; Sagal has had seven nominations and one win (Golden Globe Award; 2011).
Sagal was announced to voice Leela in the The Simpsons and Futurama crossover, titled "Simpsorama", in July 2013. It was slated to air in either May 2014 or in the Fall of 2014 on FOX; it aired that Fall (November).
Sagal was announced, in May 2014, to have joined Pitch Perfect 2. She portrayed Hailee Steinfeld's character's mother.
Sagal was announced, in February 2015, to have joined the new FX series, The Bastard Executioner. The Bastard Executioner premiered in September 2015; it would be cancelled by Sutter himself, announced in November.
She was announced, in December 2015, to be casted as Karen Peralta, Andy Samberg’s Jake, on Brooklyn Nine-Nine. The episode aired in February 2016.
Sagal was announced in February 2016 to be casted in CBS new comedy 'Upper Middle Bogan as Julie. Sagal was announced to be in tenth season of The Big Bang Theory in July 2016. She will portray Susan, Penny's mother.
|1971||The Failing of Raymond||Girl patient||credited as Catherine Louise Sagal and TV movie|
|1972||The Bold Ones: The New Doctors||Young nurse||credited as Katie Sagal|
|1973||Columbo||Secretary||("Candidate for Crime")|
|1975||The Dream Makers||Unemployment manager||TV movie|
|1985||Mary||Jo Tucker||series regular (13 episodes; 1985 - 1986)|
|1987||Maid to Order||Louise|
|Married... with Children||Peggy Bundy||series regular (250 episodes; 1987 - 1997)|
|1988||The Good Mother||Ursula|
|1990||Mother Goose Rock 'n' Rhyme||Mary Quite Contrary||TV movie|
|Tales from the Crypt||Ms. Kilbasser||("For Cryin' Out Loud")|
|1991||She Says She's Innocent||Susan Essex||TV movie|
|1995||Trail of Tears||Annie Cook||TV movie|
|Nachtshow||("February 10th, 1995")|
|Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man||Duckman's mother||("The Germ Turns" and animated series)|
|1996||Space Cases||Ma||("Mother Knows Best" and voice only)|
|1997||Recess||Flo Spinelli||("Parents' Night"' "Weekend at Muriel's," "Dance Lessons" and animated series; 1997 - 2001)|
|1998||Chance of a Lifetime||Irene Dunbar||TV movie|
|Mr. Headmistress||Harriet Magnum||TV movie|
|1999||No Higher Love||Ellen Young|
|Smart House||Pat||TV movie|
|That '70s Show||Edna Hyde||("Career Day," "Prom Night" and "Punk Chick")|
|Futurama||Turanga Leela||series regular; 1999 - 2013|
|Tucker||Claire Wennick||series regular (13 episodes)|
|2001||The Geena Davis Show||Ashley||("Girls' Night Out")|
|Recess: School's Out||Mrs. Flo Spinelli||voice only and animated film|
|2002||Following Tildy||Connie St. John|
|Imagine That||Barb Thompson||series regular (2 episodes)|
|8 Simple Rules||Cate S. Hennessy||series regular; 2002 - 2005; (76 Episodes)|
|2004||When Angels Come to Town||Jo||TV movie|
|Higglytown Heroes||Monica the Police Officer||("First Snow/Snow Dazed"' "Smells Like a Myster/Ship Ahoy!" and "Wayne's Day Out"; 2004 - 2006)|
|2005||Campus Confidential||Naomi Jacobs||TV movie|
|Three Wise Guys||Shirley Crown|
|Ghost Whisperer||Francie Lewis||("Undead Comic")|
|The Shield||Nancy Gilroy||("Grave" and "Exiled"; 2005/2007)|
|Lost||Helen Norwood||("Orientation," "Lockdown," "The Substitute," and "The Candidate"; 2005 - 2010)|
|2006||I'm Reed Fish||Maureen|
|Boston Legal||Barbara Little||("New Kids on the Block," "Desperately Seeking Shirley," "Fine Young Cannibal," "Whose God Is It Anyway?" and "The Verdict")|
|The Search for the Funniest Mom in America||Host||reality series|
|2007||Futurama: Bender's Big Score||Turanga Leela||voice only, direct-to-video, and animated film|
|The Winner||Lydia Berko||("Hot for Teacher")|
|2008||Eli Stone||Marci Klein||("Patience" and "Waiting For That day")|
|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Annabelle Bundt/Natasha Steele||("Two and a Half Deaths")|
|Futurama: The Beast with a Billion Backs||Turanga Leela||voice only, direct-to-video and animated film|
|Futurama: Bender's Game||Turanga Leela/Leegola||voice only, direct-to-video and animated film|
|Sons of Anarchy||Gemma Teller Morrow||series regular; 2008 - 2014 (95 episodes)|
|Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder||Turanga Leela||voice only, direct-to-video and animated film|
|2010||Chadam||Sandy||voice only and animated web series|
|Jack and the Beanstalk||Jack's mum|
|Harps & Angels|
|2012||Comedy Central Roast||Herself||Roast of Roseanne|
|Super Duper Rocket||Chrystal Findlee||voice only and animated series|
|2014||The Simpsons||Turanga Leela||voice ("Simpsorama")|
|A to Z||Narrator||2014 - 2015, voice (13 episodes)|
|Regular Show||Mordecai's Mom / Aunt Maxine||voice ("Maxin' and Relaxin'")|
|Always Woodstock||Lee Ann|
|2015||Pitch Perfect 2||Katherine|
|The Bastard Executioner||Annora of the Alders||(10 episodes)|
|2016||Bleed for This||Louise Pazienza||completed|
|Brooklyn Nine-Nine||Karen Peralta||("Karen Peralta")|
- ↑ Katey Sagal Biography page 1
- ↑ Out From Under All That Big Hair October 2008.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 Married Actress Katey Sagal Weds Writer October 2004.
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 Married with Children's Katey Sagal welcomes a daughter Januray 2007.
- ↑ Introducing Esmé Louise Sutter, Katey Sagal's new baby joy Februray 2007.
- ↑ NEWS/ Married With Children Reunion! Katey Sagal, Christina Applegate, Ed O'Neill & David Faustino Together Again 17 Years Later
- ↑ 'Futurama' Cancelled: Comedy Central Series Ending With Season 7
- ↑ 'The Simpsons' to join forces with 'Futurama' for crossover episode
- ↑ Katey Sagal Joins 'Pitch Perfect 2'
- ↑ Katey Sagal and Stephen Moyer Cast in New FX Series from Kurt Sutter
- ↑ Katey Sagal on The Bastard Executioner, That Sons of Anarchy Prequel, and Where She Keeps Her Peg Bundy Wig September 2015.
- ↑ Kurt Sutter Cancels Bastard Executioner
- ↑ Brooklyn Nine-Nine Hits Mother Lode, Casts Katey Sagal as Jake's Mom
- ↑ Katey Sagal Cast CBS Pilot
- ↑ The Big Bang Theory’ Casts Katey Sagal, Jack McBrayer for Season 10