• Kay Lenz is a famous actress, born in 1953 in Los Angeles, California.
• She has an estimated net worth of $3 million from her successful career in the entertainment industry.
• She is best known for her roles in "American Graffiti", "Breezy" and "Reasonable Doubts", and has won multiple awards including Daytime Emmy and Primetime Emmy.
• She was married to famous actor and singer David Cassidy for six years.
• She has a presence on social media, and is currently filming the drama "The Downside of Bliss".
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|Fact||Only legal witness at the wedding of Anne Lockhart and Adam C. Taylor in 1986.|
- 1 Who is Kay Lenz?
- 2 How rich is she? Kay Lenz Net Worth
- 3 Early Life, Education, Nationality, Ethnicity
- 4 The late 1960s: Career Beginnings
- 5 The 1970s: Rise to Fame
- 6 The 1980s: Continued Success
- 7 The 1990s: “Reasonable Doubts” and Voice Overs
- 8 The 2000s and 2010s: Where is she now?
- 9 Personal Life – Ex-Husband David Cassidy
- 10 How old is she? Appearance and Vital Statistics
- 11 Social Media Presence
- 12 General Info
- 13 Family
- 14 Accomplishments
- 15 Social profile links
- 16 Facts
- 17 Pictures
- 18 Movies
- 19 Awards
Who is Kay Lenz?
Kay Ann Lenz was born on 4 March 1953 under the birth sign of Pisces, in Los Angeles, California USA. She is an actress, probably best recognized for starring in the role of Jane in “American Graffiti”, and featuring as Maggie Zombro in “Reasonable Doubts”. She is also known as the first wife of famous actor and singer David Cassidy. Would you like to know more about Kay Lenz’s professional career and personal life? How rich is she, as of now? How old is she? If you are interested, stay tuned and find out all the details about her.
How rich is she? Kay Lenz Net Worth
Her professional career started in 1967, and she has been an active member in the entertainment industry ever since.
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So, you ever wondered how rich Kay Lenz is, it has been estimated by authoritative sources that the total size of her net worth is over $3 million, accumulated through her successful career as a professional actress. If she continues her career successfully, there is no doubt that her net worth will increase in the coming years.
Early Life, Education, Nationality, Ethnicity
Concerning her early life, Kay Lenz spent her childhood in her hometown of Los Angeles in California, where she was raised by her father, Ted Lenz, who was a producer, and her mother, Kay Miller Lenz, who worked as a model cum radio engineer.
Other information regarding her educational background is not available to the media, however, it is known that she holds American nationality and is of white ethnicity.
The late 1960s: Career Beginnings
Under the influence of her parents, Kay Lenz became involved in acting very early, since she performed as a child actress on stage and then moved to the television screen, making her debut appearance as Maudie Buchner in “The Monroes”, followed by her guest-starring appearance as Joy in “The Andy Griffith Show”, both in 1967, and marking the establishment of the net worth.. Five years later, she played Audree Prewitt in the made-for-television film “The Weekend Nun”.
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— Kay Lenz (@TheRealKayLenz) July 4, 2017
The 1970s: Rise to Fame
Kay came to prominence with the role of Jane in the 1973 film “American Graffiti”, after which she started getting more serious roles, so she played the title roles in such films as “Breezy”, directed by Clint Eastwood, for which she won a Golden Globe nomination, and “Lisa, Bright And Dark”, both in 1973.
In the following year, she guest-starred as Lettie Graham in an episode of the western series “Gunsmoke”, and then portrayed Dorie in an episode of the anthology series entitled “The ABC Afternoon Playbreak”, which led her to win a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Actress in a Daytime Drama Special, increasing her popularity as well as potentially her net worth. Kay’s next major role came in 1975, when she featured as Jerri Kane Hummer in the action film “White Line Fever”, followed by her portrayals of Kate Jordache in the mini-series “Rick Man, Poor Man – Book II” between 1976 and 1977, and Linda Ramsey in the 1978 film “Mean Dog Blues”, directed by Mel Stuart.
By the end of the 1970s, she also played Leah Bergson in “The Passage” (1979) and Barbara Chilcoate in “Escape” (1980). During the decade, she also guest-starred in such TV series as “The Streets Of San Francisco”, “Kodiak”, “Petrocelli”, among many others.
The 1980s: Continued Success
With the beginning of the next decade, Kay continued to line up success after success by starring in such roles as Carrie Madison in “Prisoners Of The Lost Universe” (1982), Karen Armstrong in “Trial By Terror” (1983), and Sandy Sinclair in “House” (1985), for which she was nominated for a Saturn Award in the Best Supporting Actress category.
Her next successful role came with the series “Midnight Caller”, in which she featured in the role of Tina Cassidy, which led her to win another Primetime Emmy Award, but this time in the Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series category, increasing enormously her popularity and fortune. Some other film and television titles she featured in during 1980s include “Whiz Kids”, “The Fall Guy”, “MacGyver”, and “Simon & Simon”.
The 1990s: “Reasonable Doubts” and Voice Overs
At the very beginning of the 1990s, Kay joined the cast of the police drama series “Reasonable Doubts” (1991-1993), starring in the recurring role of Maggie Zombro, after which she did a voice over in the animated series “Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa” (1992-1993) and then provided her voice to the character of American Maid in another animated series, entitled “The Tick” from 1994 until 1996. Concurrently, Kay also appeared on the big screen in such titles as “Falling From Grace” playing P.J. Parks, “Gunfighter’s Moon” portraying Linda Yarnell, and “The Adventures Of Ragtime”, featuring as Detective Hill.
The 2000s and 2010s: Where is she now?
During the 2000s and 2010s, Kay mostly guest-starred in various television series, including “ER”, “Once And Again”, “NCIS”, “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”, “Cold Case”, and “Bones”, among many others. Nonetheless, she also made some big screen appearances, as she landed the role of Claire Coleman in “Cock & Bull Story” (2003), played Mrs Susie Gibson in “The Secret Lives Of Dorks” (2013), and portrayed Old Amelia in the short film “Love Afterlife” (2017). Most recently, she produced the series “Dealbreakers” (2018), and then featured as Cassandra in the 2019 drama “More Beautiful For Having Been Broken”.
Kay is currently filming the drama “The Downside Of Bliss” in which she will play Mary, set for release in December 2019, so her net worth will certainly increase.
Personal Life – Ex-Husband David Cassidy
If to talk about her personal life, Kay Lenz was married to famous actor and singer David Cassidy – the couple exchanged their wedding vows at a ceremony held on 3 April of 1977. However, after six years of marriage, they decided to divorce and go their separate ways – the divorce was finalized on 28 December of 1983. She has no children; there have been no prominent relationships for her since then. Regarding her current residence, she still lives in Los Angeles, California.
How old is she? Appearance and Vital Statistics
Speaking about Kay Lenz’ age, born in 1953 makes her 66 years old. Regarding her appearance and physical attributes, she is apparently a beautiful woman with long dark brown hair and dark brown colored eyes; although she is in her late 60s, Kay still looks amazing. She stands at a height of 5ft 1ins (1.55m), while her weight and vital statistics are not disclosed to the media.
Social Media Presence
When it comes to speak about her presence on the social media scene, Kay Lenz is not very active. She has her official Twitter account with more than 1,200 followers, which she uses sometimes not only to promote her upcoming projects but also to share photos from her private life. However, she has not been active since March of 2018.
|Full Name||Kay Lenz|
|Parents||Ted Lenz, Kay Miller Lenz|
|Awards||Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series, Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Actress In A Daytime Drama Special|
|Nominations||Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series, Golden Globe Award for Best New Star of the Year – Actress, Primetime Emmy Award For Outstanding Single Performance By A Supporting Actress In A Comedy Or Drama Series|
|Movies||Breezy, Death Wish 4: The Crackdown, The Great Scout & Cathouse Thursday, White Line Fever, Fast-Walking, Stripped to Kill, The Passage, American Graffiti, The Initiation of Sarah, Gunfighter's Moon, House, Prisoners of the Lost Universe, Physical Evidence, Falling from Grace, Moving Violation, A Gu...|
|TV Shows||Cover Me, The Tick, Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa, Reasonable Doubts, Heart of the City, Rich Man, Poor Man Book II, Rich Man, Poor Man|
Social profile links
|1||First wife of David Cassidy.|
|2||Was Ron Shelton's first choice for "Annie" in Bull Durham (1988), but the studio didn't feel she was bankable enough.|
|3||Turned down the role that eventually went to Tuesday Weld in Once Upon a Time in America (1984).|
|4||Made her legitimate stage acting debut at age 13 in a production of "Dark of the Moon" at the Pasadena Playhouse.|
|5||Only legal witness at the wedding of Anne Lockhart and Adam C. Taylor in 1986.|
|6||Godmother of Carlyle Taylor.|
|7||Ex-daughter-in-law of Evelyn Ward and Jack Cassidy.|
|8||A former teen rider on the rodeo circuit.|
|JAG||2003||TV Series||Judge Smith|
|The Agency||2003||TV Series||Police Interrogator|
|Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||2002||TV Series||Linda Cavanaugh|
|Once and Again||2001||TV Series||Stephanie Arlen|
|Cover Me: Based on the True Life of an FBI Family||2000-2001||TV Series||Lisa Ramone|
|ER||2000||TV Series||Karen Palmieri|
|The Magnificent Seven||2000||TV Series||Ella Gaines|
|Marry Me or Die||1998|
|The Adventures of Ragtime||1998||Detective Hill|
|A Gun, a Car, a Blonde||1997||Peep / Madge|
|Journey of the Heart||1997||TV Movie||Marvelle|
|Touched by an Angel||1996||TV Series||Rocky McCann|
|The Tick||1994-1996||TV Series||American Maid|
|Gunfighter's Moon||1995||Linda Yarnell|
|Shame II: The Secret||1995||TV Movie||Ginny|
|Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman||1995||TV Series||Constance Hunter|
|Trapped in Space||1995||TV Movie||Gillings|
|Against Their Will: Women in Prison||1994||TV Movie||Lisa Jamison|
|Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa||1992-1993||TV Series|
|Reasonable Doubts||1991-1993||TV Series||Maggie Zombro|
|Falling from Grace||1992||P.J. Parks|
|Shakespeare's Plan 12 from Outer Space||1991||Sebastian|
|Hitler's Daughter||1990||TV Movie||Leona Crawford Gordon|
|Midnight Caller||1988-1989||TV Series||Tina Cassidy / Tina|
|ABC Afterschool Specials||1989||TV Series||Bonnie Green|
|Hardball||1989||TV Series||Connie Villanova|
|Murder by Night||1989||TV Movie||Karen Hicks|
|Physical Evidence||1989||Deborah Quinn|
|Simon & Simon||1984-1988||TV Series||Melissa / Susan Killian / Lolita / ...|
|Houston Knights||1987||TV Series|
|Charles in Charge||1987||TV Series||Joan Robinson|
|Death Wish 4: The Crackdown||1987||Karen Sheldon|
|Hotel||1984-1987||TV Series||Gail Matthews / Mary Morowsky / Monique Bennett (as Karen Woncemore)|
|CBS Summer Playhouse||1987||TV Series||Ray|
|Stripped to Kill||1987||Detective Cody Sheenan|
|Mr. Belvedere||1987||TV Series||Sharon Rogers|
|Starman||1987||TV Series||Dr. Katherine Bradford|
|Heart of the City||1986||TV Series||Kathy Priester|
|Hunter||1986||TV Series||Alicia Fiori|
|Riptide||1985||TV Series||Brenda Malloy|
|MacGyver||1985||TV Series||Kelly Nielson|
|Murder, She Wrote||1985||TV Series||Nurse Jennie Wells|
|Finder of Lost Loves||1985||TV Series||Ellen Ross|
|Matt Houston||1984||TV Series||Cassie Stanley|
|The Fall Guy||1984||TV Series||Kim Donnelly|
|Cagney & Lacey||1984||TV Series||Linda Mack|
|Magnum, P.I.||1984||TV Series||Sally DeForest|
|Hill Street Blues||1984||TV Series||Whitney Barnes|
|Whiz Kids||1984||TV Series||Helen Langton|
|Rod Stewart: Infatuation||1984||Video short||The Woman|
|Scene of the Crime||1984||TV Series|
|Trial by Terror||1983||Karen Armstrong|
|Prisoners of the Lost Universe||1983||Carrie Madison|
|Swan Lake||1981||Odille (voice)|
|The Hustler of Muscle Beach||1980||TV Movie||Jenny O'Rourke|
|Escape||1980||TV Movie||Barbara Chilcoate|
|Sanctuary of Fear||1979||TV Movie||Carol Bain|
|The Seeding of Sarah Burns||1979||TV Movie||Sarah Burns|
|The Passage||1979||Leah Bergson|
|How the West Was Won||1978||TV Series||Doreen|
|Mean Dog Blues||1978||Linda Ramsey|
|The Initiation of Sarah||1978||TV Movie||Sarah Goodwin|
|Rich Man, Poor Man - Book II||1976-1977||TV Series||Kate Jordache|
|Moving Violation||1976||Cam Johnson|
|The Great Scout & Cathouse Thursday||1976||Thursday|
|Jigsaw John||1976||TV Series||Miriam Buckley|
|Rich Man, Poor Man||1976||TV Mini-Series||Kate Jordache|
|Petrocelli||1975||TV Series||Janet / Mary Wade|
|Saturday Night Live||1975||TV Series||Susan (segment 'NBC Super Season')|
|White Line Fever||1975||Jerri Kane Hummer|
|Journey from Darkness||1975||TV Movie||Sherry Williams|
|The One||1974||TV Movie||Shirley|
|The ABC Afternoon Playbreak||1974||TV Series||Dorie|
|The F.B.I. Story: The FBI Versus Alvin Karpis, Public Enemy Number One||1974||TV Movie||Shirley|
|McCloud||1974||TV Series||Eve Randall|
|The Underground Man||1974||TV Movie||Sue Crandell|
|Medical Center||1974||TV Series||Kitty|
|Unwed Father||1974||TV Movie||Vicky Simmons|
|Gunsmoke||1974||TV Series||Lettie Graham|
|Love Story||1974||TV Series||Sara|
|A Summer Without Boys||1973||TV Movie||Ruth Hailey|
|Lisa, Bright and Dark||1973||TV Movie||Lisa Schilling|
|The Streets of San Francisco||1973||TV Series||Sarah Holt|
|American Graffiti||1973||Jane (as Kay Ann Kemper)|
|Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law||1973||TV Series||Lucy|
|The Weekend Nun||1972||TV Movie||Audree Prewitt|
|Ironside||1972||TV Series||Stephanie Tucker|
|The Andy Griffith Show||1967||TV Series||Joy|
|The Monroes||1967||TV Series||Maudie|
|The Downside of Bliss||2017||post-production||Mary|
|Adventure Time||2015||TV Series||Bird Woman|
|Bones||2014||TV Series||Harriet White|
|The Secret Lives of Dorks||2013||Mrs. Susie Gibson|
|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||2013||TV Series||Laura Sidle|
|Southland||2011||TV Series||Naomi Chester|
|The Closer||2010||TV Series||Mrs. Tatem|
|Cold Case||2009||TV Series||Hillary Rhodes '09|
|NCIS||2008||TV Series||Connie Quinn Wheeler|
|House M.D.||2007||TV Series||Mrs. Bradberry|
|The 45th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards||1993||TV Special||Herself - Nominee: Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series|
|The 44th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards||1992||TV Special||Herself - Nominee: Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series|
|The National Leukemia Broadcast Council Honors Shirley Jones||1979||TV Movie||Herself|
|Good Morning America||1979||TV Series||Herself|
|Biography||2004||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|Midnight Caller||1990||TV Series||Tina Cassidy|
|Hill Street Blues||1984||TV Series||Whitney Barnes|
|1993||Q Award||Viewers for Quality Television Awards||Best Supporting Actress in a Quality Drama Series||Reasonable Doubts (1991)|
|1989||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series||Midnight Caller (1988)|
|1975||Daytime Emmy||Daytime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Actress in a Daytime Drama Special||The ABC Afternoon Playbreak (1972)|
|1995||CableACE||CableACE Awards||Supporting Actress in a Movie or Miniseries||Shame II: The Secret (1995)|
|1993||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series||Reasonable Doubts (1991)|
|1992||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series||Reasonable Doubts (1991)|
|1990||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series||Midnight Caller (1988)|
|1987||Saturn Award||Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA||Best Supporting Actress||House (1986)|
|1976||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Single Performance by a Supporting Actress in Comedy or Drama Series||Rich Man, Poor Man (1976)|
|1974||Golden Globe||Golden Globes, USA||Most Promising Newcomer - Female||Breezy (1973)|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia