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Biography

A versatile actress, Katey Sagal has entertained audiences in a variety of dramatic and comedic roles throughout her career.

Katey SagalIn addition to her busy schedule, Katey devoted a significant portion of her time and retraced her steps to her first love: singing and songwriting. With the support of record label Valley Entertainment, she released her album, "Room," in 2004."Room" is the first record for Sagal since her 1994 debut, "Well." "Room" is a combination of original songs penned by Katey including "Life Goes Round", "Daddy’s Girl" and "Wish I Were a Kid" and memorable classics like "Feel a Whole Lot Better" and "(For the Love of) Money".

The first single was "Daddy’s Girl", a touching song about the long-lasting relationship between a daughter and her father. She debuted the song on the March 2, 2004 episode of "8 Simple Rules...". "Room" was produced by Bob Thiele (Bonnie Raitt) and mixed by Ray Kennedy (Twangtrust/Steve Earle). Ivan Neville, Don Was and Shane Fontayne make appearances throughout the disc.

Married... With Children

Katey gained national attention for her role as the outrageous ‘Peg Bundy’ in the ground-breaking, highly-rated long-running series "Married with Children," for which she earned three Golden Globe® and two American Comedy Award nominations.

Katey starred in the ABC series "8 Simple Rules…," and as the voice of Leela, a beautiful one-eyed alien, in the animated series "Futurama."

8 Simple Rules

Most recently, Katey won a Golden Globe Award for "Best Performance by an Actress In A Television Series - Drama" in her portrayal as Gemma Teller Morrow in FX's current hit series, "Sons Of Anarchy".

Sons Of Anarchy

In her first job on television, Katey joined Mary Tyler Moore in the television series "Mary" and has starred in the television movies "Smart House" and "Mr. Headmistress" (both for "Wonderful World of Disney") as well as "Chance of a Lifetime," "Trail of Tears" and "She Says She’s Innocent."

She has also starred in the feature films "Love Stinks," "Mail Order," "The Good Mother," and the 2000 Sundance Film Festival favorite "Dropping Out."



Music

Harlettes

In addition to her acting, Katey is a critically acclaimed singer and songwriter who began performing at the age of five. She was a 'Harlette' with Bette Midler for three years as well as a background singer for Bob Dylan, Olivia Newton-John, Etta James and Tanya Tucker.



Personal Life

Katey currently resides in Los Angeles, California with her fabulous husband, Kurt Sutter, who counts executive producer and writer of "The Shield" among his many credits, her three amazing children, Sarah, Jackson, and Esmé and two great dogs, Mike and the lovely Lola.