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Kathy Bates is a well-known member of the Hollywood film and theatre community. When Bates was in high school, she learned she had a passion for acting through taking part in school plays. She was so comfortable on stage that it inspired her to pursue a degree in drama and theatre in college since she felt so comfortable there.

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Kathy Bates Biography

Kathy Bates was born on 28 June 1948 in Memphis, Tennessee, United States. The name of her parents is Bertye Kathleen and Langdon Doyle Bates. Her father worked as a mechanical engineer while her mother stayed at home to care for the family. The couple had three daughters, the eldest of whom was her.

She graduated from White Station High School with a diploma in hand. She found her secret skill and passion for performing while still in high school. She enrolled at Southern Methodist University with the goal of turning her gift into a profession. She earned a bachelor’s degree in theatre and drama from the institution in 1969. She was an active member of the Alpha Delta Pi sorority while in college.

As early as 2003, she was diagnosed with and treated for ovarian cancer. She had a double mastectomy in 2012 after being diagnosed with breast cancer in July of that year.

Date of Birth 28 June 1948
Age 73
Birthplace Memphis, Tennessee, United States
Zodiac Cancer
Nationality American
Profession Actress
Phone Number Private

Kathy Bates Career

Following graduation, she relocated to New York City with the goal of pursuing an acting career. Meanwhile, in order to make ends meet, she worked odd jobs throughout the city. She didn’t mind doing lowly jobs like being a singing waitress at a luxury resort or working as a cashier at a museum in New York City.

She landed her first part in the world premiere of ‘Lemon Sky,’ written by Lanford Wilson and starring Christopher Walken, at Buffalo’s Studio Arena Theatre. However, she was shocked to learn that the production had been moved to the off-Broadway Playhouse Theatre in New York City without her participation.

She wasn’t the kind to quit up easily when she was discouraged. The New York regional theatre community began to take notice of her by the mid-1970s, thanks to several standout performances in productions like “Casserole” and “A Quality of Mercy.” On the stage, her role as Joanne in the play ‘Vanities,’ which she continued to appear in, was what made her famous. Her acting abilities were on full display, and her enormous aptitude as a performer was well-represented in the event.

In the 1980s, she made her Broadway debut in the musical ‘Goodbye Fidel.’ After a short stint in ‘Fifth of July,’ which lasted just six performances, she moved on to a substitute part in another well-known and extremely popular play the following year.

In Robert Altman’s ‘Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean,’ she featured Karen Black and Cher. The play’s popularity prompted a film adaptation to be made and released in 1982. Her first big-screen triumph came as a result of the film since people were now aware of her.

She co-starred with Anne Pitoniak in the Pulitzer-winning drama “Night, Mother” in 1983. Her first Tony Award came as a result of the production. There were 533 performances of Terrence McNally’s “Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune” after that, which was her next project. She next did “Off-Broadway.”

She took over for Amy Irving in ‘The Road to Mecca,’ an off-Broadway show, in 1988. The big-screen stardom evaded her despite her very successful stage career. She was turned down for film roles based on her critically acclaimed theatre performances.

A stroke of good fortune finally came her way when she was cast as an obsessive fan in the 1990 film Misery as Annie Wilkes, who kidnaps her beloved author and tortures him to death. Aside from garnering critical praise and public appreciation, her outstanding performance earned her the coveted academy Award.

Dick Tracy, Men Don’t Leave, and White Palace are among the other films made this year. Following these roles, she appeared in the critically praised 1991 film ‘Fried Green Tomatoes,’ with Jessica Tandy. She portrayed Evelyn Couch in the movie. In 1992, she reprises her role from the stage production of ‘The Road to Mecca,’ in the film adaptation.

Prelude to a Kiss, Used People, A Home of Our Own, North, and Curse of the Starving Class were some of the other films that were released during this time period, as well.

The great blockbuster performance remained elusive despite the fact that the majority of her films earned well at the box office. Following her role in “Titanic,” she was cast as Molly Brown in James Cameron’s film based on the 1912 Titanic disaster. To date, the film has raked in about US$1.8 billion in box office receipts.

Moving on from the triumph of her role in “Primary Colors,” she portrayed an acid-tongued political strategist named Libby Holden. The film, which was based on the memoir of political journalist Joe Klein about his time on the campaign trail, was a critical and commercial triumph, earning her an Academy Award nomination.

The Waterboy, “A Civil Action,” “Bruno,” “American Outlaws,” “Dragonfly,” and “Love Liza” are just a few of the films she came up within the late 1990s and early 2000s. Aside from that, she’s been in a number of television movies, such as “Annie” and “My Sister’s Keeper.”

She had a recurring role on NBC’s ‘The Office’ from 2010 to 2011. She then featured in the two-season courtroom drama ‘Henry’s Law,’ in which she appeared. In Woody Allen’s ‘Midnight in Paris,’ she portrayed writer Gertrude Stein.

She appeared as Charlie Harper’s ghost in the episode “Why We Gave Up Women” of “Two and a Half Men” in 2012. As a result of her Emmy nominations, she won for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series for her work in this episode. In 2013, she played the eternal bigot Delphine LaLaurie in the third season of the American Horror Story series Coven.

Kathy Bates Net worth, Salary

Her estimated net worth is $20 Million Dollars in 2021.

Body Measurement, Height, Weight

Her height is 5 feet 3 inches and her weight is 97 kg. Her body measurement is 40-34-44 Inches. The color of her eyes is blue and her hair is Salt and Pepper.

Height 5 feet 3 inches
Weight 97 kg
Hair Salt and Pepper
Eyes Blue
Body Measurement 40-34-44 Inches

Kathy Bates Personal Profile:

  • Name: Kathy Bates
  • Date of Birth: 28 June 1948
  • Age: 73
  • Place of Birth: Memphis, Tennessee, United States
  • Birth Sign: Cancer
  • Occupation: Actress
  • Nationality: American

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