A versatile actress, Katey Sagal has entertained audiences in a variety of dramatic and comedic roles throughout her career. Sagal gained national attention for her role as the outrageous Peg Bundy in highly-rated, long-running series Married With Children, for which she earned three Golden Globe® and two American Comedy Award nominations.
For her role on Sons Of Anarchy Sagal won the 2010 Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Drama.
Prior to her success on Sons Of Anarchy, Sagal starred in the series 8 Simple Rules alongside the late John Ritter and is the voice of Leela, a beautiful one-eyed alien, on the animated series Futurama. Sagal has had roles in the independent films I'm Reed Fish and Three Wise Guys. She has also appeared as Helen on the television phenomenon Lost and as Nancy Gilroy on The Shield.
In addition to her acting, Sagal is a critically acclaimed singer and songwriter who began performing at the age of five. Sagal 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.
She released her album 'Room' in 2004. 'Room' is the first record for Sagal since her 1994 debut, 'Well' and is a combination of original songs penned by Sagal 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'.
In her first job on television, Sagal joined Mary Tyler Moore on the television series Mary and has starred in the television movies Smart House and Mr. Headmistress, 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.