Katey Sagal was first seen in the 1971 American made-for-television psychological thriller film ‘The Failing of Raymond’ directed by Boris Sagal. She next appeared in television films and shows like ‘The Bold Ones: The New Doctors’ (1972), ‘Columbo’ (1973), ‘Larry’ (1974), ‘The Dream Makers’ (1975), and ‘Mary’ (1985-1986). She made her silver screen debut in the 1987 American comedy/fantasy film ‘Maid to Order’ directed by Amy Jones. The film holds a 42% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The same year, she joined the cast of the American television sitcom ‘Married... with Children’ as ‘Margaret "Peggy" Bundy.’ The series ran for 11 seasons and aired its final episode in 1997. She continued to star in television series and films like ‘Mother Goose Rock 'n' Rhyme’ (1990), ‘She Says She's Innocent’ (1991), ‘Trail of Tears’ (1995), ‘Recess’ (1997-2001), ‘Rugrats’ (1998), and ‘Smart House’ (1999). In 1999, she became a part of the voice cast of the American adult animated science fiction sitcom ‘Futurama’ created by Matt Groening. She voiced ‘Turanga Leela’ and remained on the show until 2013. She next appeared in television series like ‘Tucker’ (2000), ‘The Geena Davis Show’ (2001), ‘8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter’ (2002-2005), ‘Higglytown Heroes’ (2004-2006), ‘Campus Confidential’ (2005), ‘Lost’ (2005-2006, 2010), ‘Boston Legal’ (2006), ‘The Winner’ (2007), and ‘Eli Stone’ (2008).
In 2008, she starred as ‘Gemma Teller Morrow’ in the American action crime drama television series ‘Sons of Anarchy’ created by Kurt Sutter. The series ran for 7 seasons and went off-air in 2014. Sagal also won the ‘Golden Globe Award’ for her performance in the show. She next starred in television series like ‘Chadam’ (2010), ‘Glee’ (2013), ‘A to Z’ (2014-2015), ‘The Bastard Executioner’ (2015), Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ (2016-2017), ‘Superior Donuts’ (2017-2018), ‘Spirit Riding Free’ (2018), ‘Grand Hotel’ (2019), ‘Dead to Me’ (2020), and ‘Rebel’ (2021). She was last seen in the 2022 horror drama film ‘Torn Hearts’ directed by Brea Grant.
Bleed For This is a biopic on the life of Vinny Pazienza, a former World Champion in Boxing, who had suffered a critical neck injury in a car crash. He was unsure if he would ever walk again, but eventually he manages to make one of the most incredible comebacks in the history of sports.
The Bellas are enjoying three consecutive ICCA champions win. However, a wardrobe malfunction in front of President Obama leads to a huge scandal and their subsequent suspension from the ICCAs. Their only way to get reinstated is to win the World Championship of Acappella, something no American team has ever achieved and which requires them to beat the super impressive German group.
Reed Fish is a young man who is doing an early morning radio show with Maureen, the town’s mayor. On his show, he addresses the problems of the eccentric locals of the town. His life turns upside down when his high school crush returns to his town on the eve of his marriage to another woman.
Recess: School’s Out is an animated mystery comedy science fiction film which tells the story of TJ and his friends, who learn that someone is plotting to get rid of summer vacations at their school. A group of men, who has stolen a top-secret project from a military base, seem to be behind the plot.
Katey Sagal Awards
|Sons of Anarchy||Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Drama||2011|