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 Katey Sagal
Katey Sagal (born Catherine Louise Sagal on January 19, 1957 in Hollywood, California), is an American singer, writer, and actress most known for her portrayal of the character Peg Bundy in the American sitcom Married...with Children (1987 - 1997).
She is the daughter of film director Boris Sagal, and the older sister of twin actresses Jean Sagal and Liz Sagal.
Sagal returned to television in 1985 in the failed television series Mary starring Mary Tyler Moore.
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 Katey Sagal Photos - Katey Sagal News - Katey Sagal Information
Katey Sagal was married to Freddie Beckmeyer and Jack White but recently got married to kurt sutter in a private ceremony on october 2nd,2004.
Katey become a mother for the third time at the age of 52 with help from a surrogate.
Katey has been married three times, and is currently married to Kurt Stutter, the producer of The Shield.
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 Katey Sagal Source|Talented Beauty
This fansite is devoted to the one and only Katey Sagal of Married...with Children, Futurama,and 8 Simple Rules.
Katey is now focusing on getting back to television with appearances on shows such as Ghost Whisperer,Lost,Boston Legal,and she hosted the second season of Nick at Nite's 5 episode reality series, Funniest Moms In America.
Katey also is an accomplished songwriter,who has written songs for both albums.
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 Bundyology - Biographies - Katey Sagal
Katey's father died on May 22, 1981, on the set for "World War III" when he walked into a helicopter rear rotor on the parking lot of Timberline Lodge on Mount Hood, Oregon, the place where also Kubrick's "Shining" was filmed.
Katey is a singer/songwriter who began singing at the age of five.
Katey even rehearsed for six weeks to take part in Bob Dylan's 1978 tour, but she was fired a couple of days before the tour started.
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  Katey Sagal Current Month TV Schedule
Starring Katey Sagal, James Garner, Kaley Cuoco, Amy Davidson, Martin Spanjers, David Spade.
Starring John Ritter, Katey Sagal, Kaley Cuoco, Amy Davidson, Martin Spanjers, Nathan Funk.
Ed O'Neill, Lu Leonard, Katey Sagal, Christina Applegate.
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This eldest daughter of the late director Boris Sagal began her career as a backup singer to performers as varied as Olivia Newton-John, Bob Dylan and Bette Midler (as one of the Harlettes).
A buxom redhead, Katey Sagal made her TV-movie acting debut under her father's guidance in "The Dream Makers" (NBC, 1975) and then garnered notice as the tough-talking, chain-smoking newspaper colleague of mild- mannered Mary Tyler Moore in the short-lived sitcom "Mary" (CBS, 1985).
Sagal also lent her unique vocal talents to several roles, most prominently to the cyclops-like alien Leela, in Matt Groening's animated series "Futurama" (Fox, 1999-).
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  Katey Sagal
She appeared in several television movies between 1971 and 1975 including the Columbo picture "Candidate for Crime" in 1973 working as a back-up singer for various mega-stars including Bob Dylan, Gene Simmons, and Tanya Tucker[?].
She was plucked from relative obscurity by Bette Midler, who hired her for her 1979 tour as one of her back-up band (The Harlettes[?]).
Sagal returned to television in 1985 in the failed television series "Mary" starring Mary Tyler Moore.
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 Classic TV & Movie Hits - Katey Sagal   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Biography: Katey Sagal (born Catherine Louise Sagal on January 19, 1956 in Hollywood, California), is an American singer, writer, and actress most known for her portrayal of the character Peg Bundy in the American sitcom Married...
Sagal is the older sister of twin actresses Jean Sagal (ne Barbara) and Liz Sagal, most remembered as the Doublemint Twins of the early 80s and for their own brief sitcom of that era: Double Trouble.
LOS ANGELES (Zap2it.com) Katey Sagal will guest-star on an episode of "Lost" early this season, but her role for the moment is as cryptic as the meaning of Hurley's numbers.
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 ThoughtWorthy.com - Katey Sagal
Katey Sagal (born Catherine Louise Sagal on January 19 1954 in Hollywood, California), is an American singer, writer, and actress best known for her portrayal of the character Peg Bundy in the American sitcom Married...
Sagal comes from a Jewish-American show business family; she is the daughter of director Boris Sagal, best known for his work on 1960s television dramas, including The Twilight Zone.
Sagal is the older sister of twin actresses Jean Sagal and Liz Sagal, most remembered as the Doublemint Twins of the early 1980s and for their own brief sitcom of that era: Double Trouble.
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 Katey Sagal - Lostpedia
Born Catherine Louise Sagal in 1954, her father was Boris Sagal, the noted TV and sometime film director (1965's Girl Happy with Elvis Presley was one.) He died tragically on May 22, 1981, while on the set for World War III, when he accidentally walked into a helicopter rear rotor.
Katey's mother, Sara Zwilling, was a director and singer who died earlier in 1975 at the age of 47 from heart disease.
Katey also performed live backup with Bette Midler as one of the "Staggering Harlettes" in Bette's wildly avante garde stage shows during the late 70s and early 80s.
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 Katey Sagal: Celebrity Profile
Katey landed her first professional acting job at 18 in a musical touring production of Shakespeare's Two Gentlemen of Verona.
Her father was director Boris Sagal, who directed episodes of several hit television series including 77 Sunset Strip, The Twilight Zone, and The Man from U.N.C.L.E. He also directed Elvis Presley in the film Girl Happy.
Katey lost her mother to illness when she was 19, and her father died in 1981 in a helicopter accident on the set of one of his films.
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 Katey Sagal at AllExperts
Katey Sagal (born Catherine Louise Sagal on January 19 1954 in Hollywood, California), is an American actress, singer, and writer, well known for her roles Futurama, 8 Simple Rules,and Married...
Sagal comes from a Jewish-American show business family; she is the daughter of director Boris Sagal, best known for her work on 1960s television dramas, including The Twilight Zone.
Sagal is the older sister of twin actresses Jean Sagal and Liz Sagal, most remembered as the Doublemint Twins of the early 1980s and for their own brief sitcom of that era: Double Trouble.
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 Artists: Katey SagalPop Music
Katey Sagal, the star of 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, will release Room, on Valley Entertainment on June 1, 2004.
Katey debuted the song she wrote on the March 2, 2004 episode of 8 Simple Rules....
Katey Sagal was nominated for three Golden Globes as Best TV Comedy or Musical Actress (1990, 1993, 1994) for her portrayal of Peg Bundy on Married...With Children.
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 Katey Sagal on 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter from WCHS-TV8
Katey Sagal is best known for her role as Peg Bundy in the long-running series "Married...with Children," in which she earned four Golden Globe and two American Comedy Award nominations.
Katey is also a critically-acclaimed singer and songwriter who began performing at the age of five.
Katey's favorite gig is her real-life role as a mother.
www.wchstv.com /abc/8simplerules/kateysagal.shtml   (266 words)

  
 The Staggering Harlettes: Katey Sagal
Katey Sagal was one of the women chosen as a new Harlette, along with Linda Hart and Frannie Eisenberg.
Katey auditioned for the housewife role, Peg Bundy, and soon became a household name as the lead actress in the popular television series "Married With Children".
Katey has appeared in many films and television movies, and her voice can be heard on the soundtrack albums "Plain Clothes" and "Loose Cannons".
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 About katey sagal, katey sagal biography, katey sagal pictures!
Although it wasn't until her early 30s that Katey Sagal became famous for her role as Peg Bundy, the matriarch on the mega-popular, dysfunctional family sitcom "Married...With Children," she was harboring show-business dreams long before that.
Her father, Boris Sagal, was a successful film and TV director (his movies included the 1965 Elvis Presley film "Girl Happy"); her mother, Sarah Zwilling, was the first female assistant director in Hollywood.
In 1981, Sagal faced yet another family tragedy when her father was killed in a helicopter accident on the set of one of his movies.
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 Katey Sagal has no rules for success
In 1998, Sagal and Ritter co-starred in the TV movie Chance of a Lifetime, a lonely hearts romantic comedy in which Sagal wore a fat suit.
Sagal, a single mother of two, says 8 Simple Rules is "very reality-based," which sets it apart from most other present-day family sitcoms.
Sagal also played a secretary in a 1973 episode of the TV crime drama Columbo, but said she knew she wasn't "like a mainstream person."
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 Katey Sagal - LOST
Sagal is the older sister of twin actresses Barbara (Jean) Sagal and Elizabeth (Liz) Sagal, most remembered as the Doublemint Twins of the early 80s and for their own brief sitcom of that era: Double Trouble.
After Ritter's unexpected death in September 2003, Sagal was suddenly given the difficult task of having to carry most of the weight of the show (with a little help from new cast members David Spade and James Garner).
Sagal married Kurt Sutter (a writer and producer for The Shield) in a private ceremony on October 2, 2004 at their home in Los Feliz, California.
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 Amazon.com: Room: Music: Katey Sagal   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Katey Sagal is a veteran TV actress as well as an accomplished singer/songwriter.
Like many people, I have been watching Katey Sagal on television for years and knew she was a great comedic actor and have recently discovered her dramatic chops through guest spots on such shows as Lost & Boston Legal.
Sagal puts her heart and soul into every song, its just that she is a good (but not great) singer and her music suffers from so-so writing.
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 Katey Sagal News - Topix
Katey Sagal and Rob Corddry in a scene from 'The Winner' "The Winner." Sunday night at 8:30 and 9:30, Fox.
It's a girl for former 'Married With Children' TV mom Katey Sagal.
Sagal also has a 12-year-old daughter and a 10-year-old son from a previous marriage.
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 Katey Sagal - Married with Children   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Born Catherine Louise Sagal in 1954, her father was Boris Sagal, the noted TV and occasional film director (1965's "Girl Happy" with Elvis Presley was one.) He died tragically on May 22, 1981, while on the set for "World War III," when he accidentally walked into a helicopter rear rotor.
Katey's mother, Sara Zwilling, was a director and singer who died earlier in 1975 at the age of 47 from heart disease.
Katey also performed live backup with Bette Midler as one of the "Harlettes" in Bette's wildly avante garde stage shows during the late 70s and early 80s.
www.canada.com /tvtropolis/story.html?id=8881b074-a06c-4321-a858-c32ebfb68187   (410 words)

  
 Katey Sagal at Hollywood.com
Born Catherine Louise Sagal on Jan. 19, 1954, into a show business family the Brentwood, CA native of Russian and German descent was the daughter of noted film and television director Boris Sagal and Sara Zwilling, one of Hollywood’s first female assistant directors, as well as a singer and former beauty queen.
Sagal was the second oldest of five children, a brood which included older brother David, an entertainment lawyer; younger brother Joey, an actor; and twin sisters Liz and Jean, actresses and eventual television writers/producers who starred on the short-lived NBC sitcom “Double Trouble” (1985).
Upon her return to Los Angeles, Sagal discovered that her mother was in the advanced stages of heart disease, and when Zwilling passed away shortly thereafter, Sagal took a local job waiting tables at The Great American Food and Beverage Company.
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 Married... With Children   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Sagal was nominated as best lead actress in a comedy series for both a Golden Globe (1990) and an American Comedy Award (1990 and 1992).
Sagal was born into a show business family and grew up in Los Angeles and New York.
Sagal and her husband, Jack White, reside in Los Angeles with their daughter and new baby boy.
www.sonypictures.com /tv/shows/married/sagal.html   (219 words)

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