Kay Lenz

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Kay Lenz

Kay Lenz

Kay Lenz is an actress best known for her roles as Jane in “American Graffiti” and Maggie Zombro in “Reasonable Doubts.”

Kay Lenz is the recipient of a Daytime Emmy Award and a Primetime Emmy Award, as well as nominations for a Golden Globe Award and a Saturn Award. 

Early life and Childhood

Kay Lenz was born on March 4, 1953, in Los Angeles, California, USA, under the zodiac sign of Pisces.

She is also the first wife of David Cassidy, a well-known actor, and singer.

She spent her childhood in her hometown of Los Angeles, California.

Where she was raised by her father, Ted Lenz, a producer, and her mother, Kay Miller Lenz, a model cum radio engineer.

Education Details

Kay Lenz’s educational background is not available to the media.

However, it is known that she is of white ethnicity and holds American nationality

Professional Career

Lenz’s professional career began in 1967, and she has remained an active member of the entertainment industry since then.

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She became involved in acting very early, 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.

She played Audree Prewitt in the made-for-television film “The Weekend Nun” five years later.

Kay rose to prominence with the role of Jane in the 1973 film “American Graffiti,”.

After which she began to get more serious roles, such as “Breezy,” directed by Clint Eastwood.

For which she received a Golden Globe nomination, and “Lisa, Bright, And Dark,” both in 1973.

The following year, she appeared as Lettie Graham in an episode of the western series “Gunsmoke,”.

And then as Dorie in an episode of the anthology series “The ABC Afternoon Playbreak,”.

Which earned her a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Actress in a Daytime Drama Special, potentially increasing her net worth.

Kay’s next major role was as Jerri Kane Hummer in the action film “White Line Fever” in 1975.

Followed by appearances as Kate Jordache in the mini-series “Rich Man, Poor Man  Book II” between 1976 and 1977.

And Linda Ramsey in Mel Stuart’s 1978 film “Mean Dog Blues.”

She had also played Leah Bergson in “The Passage” (1979) and Barbara Chilcoate in “Escape” by the end of the 1970s (1980).

Throughout the decade, she appeared in a variety of TV shows, including “The Streets of San Francisco.

” “Kodiak,” and “Petrocelli,” among many others.

Kay continued to have success after success in the next decade, starring in roles such 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 played Tina Cassidy.

which earned her another Primetime Emmy Award, this time in the category of Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series.

Greatly increasing her popularity and fortune.

During the 1980s, she appeared in films and television shows such as “Whiz Kids,” “The Fall Guy,” “MacGyver,” and “Simon & Simon.”

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, “The Tick” (1994-1996).

Concurrently, Kay appeared in films such as “Falling From Grac.

” in which she played P.J. Parks, “Gunfighter’s Moon,” in which she played Linda Yarnell.

“The Adventures Of Ragtime,” in which she played Detective Hill.

Kay mostly appeared as a guest star in various television shows during the 2000s and 2010s.

Including “ER,” “Once And Again,” “NCIS,” “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” “Cold Case,” and “Bones,” among many others. Nonetheless.

She had some notable screen roles, including Claire Coleman in “Cock & Bull Story” (2003).

Mrs Susie Gibson in “The Secret Lives Of Dorks” (2013), and Old Amelia in the short film “Love Afterlife” (2017).

She most recently produced the 2018 series “Dealbreakers” and starred 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.

For a December 2019 release, so her net worth will undoubtedly rise.

Net Worth and Salary

Kay Lenz’s net worth is more than $3 million.

Which she has amassed through her successful career as a professional actress.

If she continues to succeed in her career, there is no doubt that her net worth will rise in the coming years.

Relationship Status

Kay Lenz’s personal life,She  was married to the famous actor and singer David Cassidy.

The couple exchanged wedding vows on 3 April 1977.

Kay Lenz
Kay Lenz with David Cassidy Source: Pinterest

After six years of marriage, they decided to divorce and separate.

The divorce was finalized on December 28, 1983.

She has no children, and she has had no significant relationships since then.

In terms of her current residence.

She continues to reside in Los Angeles, California.

Body Measurement

Kay Lenz’s appearance and physical characteristics.

she appears to be a beautiful woman with long dark brown hair and dark brown eyes.

Despite being in her late 60s, Kay still looks amazing.

She is 5feet 1inches (1.55m) tall, but her weight and vital statistics are not known to the public.

Social Media

Her social media presence, Kay is not particularly active.

She has a Twitter account with over 1,200 followers.

which she uses not only to promote upcoming projects but also to share photos from her personal life.

She hasn’t been active since March of 2018.

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  • Kay is also known as the first wife of famous actor and singer David Cassidy.
  • She 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.
  • Lenz mostly guest-starred in various television series, including “ER”, “Once And Again”, “NCIS”, “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”, “Cold Case”, and “Bones”, among many others.
  • 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.