Sagal completed her high school education from California Institute of Arts right after this the journey of her professional career got started.
She was started seeing in various movies and show within where for the very first time she used to get shown as a guest artist with her minor roles of presentation but later in between 1971 till 1975 her presence in Made for TV movies made her to reach the success of the achievement.
We had these rehearsal fins where they'd wrap your legs together and you'd have to hop and roll around on the floor and flap our feet.
It almost gave me an anxiety attack the first time I had to do it.
Born Catherine Louise Sagal, January 19, 1954, in Los Angeles, California; daughter of Boris Sagal (a television director and producer) and Sara Zwilling (also known as Sara Macon; a singer and television director, producer, and writer); married Freddie Beckmeyer, 1978 (divorced, 1981); married Jack White (a country music drummer), November 27, 1993 (divorced, 2000); married Kurt Sutter (a television writer and producer), October 2, 2004; children: Sarah Grace, Jackson James (from second marriage). Headmistress, ABC, 1998; Chance of a Lifetime, CBS, 1998; God's New Plan, CBS, 1999. Sagal began her career in show business as a back-up singer for musical acts in the 1970s and 1980s, and released several records after her acting career took off.
Education: Attended California Institute of the Arts. In addition to her roles on television series and her singing career, Sagal also appeared in a number of television movies, sometimes in dramatic roles.
Raised primarily in Los Angeles, she attended Pacific Palisades High School.
When Sagal's mother became ill and died, Sagal helped care for her four younger siblings, three of whom also worked as professional actors.
We just recorded songs and the label put it out, so I'm assuming everything is fine. On tour earlier this year, you covered Bob Dylan's "It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry." Why didn't that make it on the album? I've been singing that Dylan song for a long time, but it just didn't feel like it fit with the other songs.
Not that I want to jump up and be a background singer again, but I do love singing as part of a group. You had a whole routine with her while wearing mermaid fins.
Television movies: The Failing of Raymond, 1971; The Dream Makers, NBC, 1975; She Says She's Innocent, NBC, 1991; Trail of Tears, NBC, 1995; Mr. Stage appearances include: Two Gentlemen of Verona, mid-1970s; The Beautiful Lady, Los Angeles, CA, early 1980s. Worked as a singing waitress at the Great American Food and Beverage Company, Santa Monica, CA; appeared as back-up singer Best known for her role as Peg Bundy on the long-running FOX situation comedy Married With Children, actress Katey Sagal also had prominent roles in other television shows including the animated Futurama and ABC's 8 Simple Rules.
Actress in television series, including: Mary, CBS, 1985; Married With Children, FOX, 1987-97; Futurama (animated), FOX, 1999-2002; Tucker, NBC, 2000; Imagine That, NBC, 2002; 8 Simple Rules, ABC, 2002—.