Kay Lenz Net Worth, Today, Family, Bio
|Date of Birth||March 04, 1953|
|Age||67 Years 1 Month(s)|
|Husband/Spouse||David Cassidy (M. 1977-1983)|
|Boyfriend/Dating||Scott Baio (1986-1992)|
|Net Worth||$3 Million|
|Height||5 Feet 1 Inch|
|Education||Ulysses S. Grant High School|
|Parents||Ted Lenz (Father), Kay Miller Lenz (Mother)|
Kay Lenz's acting career has rewarded her with many honors and respect including the Primetime Emmy Award and also the Daytime Emmy Award with the nomination for a Golden Globe Award for her heavenly performances.
Starting the career as a child actress, she found out the true passion in acting inspired by her producer father. It did not take many years to have a taste of success in acting for her as she fantasized the fans and audiences with her great acting skills.
Kay Lenz's Net Worth; What's She Doing Now?
Kay Lenz enjoys the $3 million of net worth that she accumulates from her professional career of acting. Being one of the great actresses in the film industry, she has appeared in more than a hundred movies including American Graffiti, Breezy, White Line Fever, House, Fast-Walking, and many more.
Kay Lenz, age 65, began her career as an actress in 1967 as a child actress in The Andy Griffith Show. She also starred as Kate Jordache on the television series Rich Man, Poor Man – Book II, which premiered from 1976 to 1977. Besides that, Kay has appeared on the TV series Reasonable Doubts as Maggie Zombro from 1991 to 1993 and also has provided her voice to the American Maid on the series The Tick. She was also the first choice for Annie in Bull Durham (1988).
With the due respect to her significant acting career, she received Primetime Emmy Award for her role on Midnight Caller in 1988, a Daytime Emmy Award and also got nominated for a Golden Globe Award. Currently, she is working as a co-producer for the TV series called Dealbreakers in 2018.
Apart from that, she has also been working in the Sea Save Foundation, a non-profitable organization striving to protect the seas and oceans by raising awareness and educating people about ocean beauty since 2015.
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Married Life With David Cassidy And Divorce!
Kay Lenz and her ex-husband first met in 1977 on a blind date, and they took their relationship further after dating for only two and a half months. Kay Lenz was married as a first wife to the former teen idol David Cassidy on 3 April 1977. The married couple resided in the modest home in the Hollywood Hills. Although they were in the romantic bond for four years, the couple reportedly does not have any kids.
Kay Lenz and her ex-husband, David Cassidy (Photo: davidcassidy.com)
After savoring the married life for about four years, Kay parted her way from David Cassidy in 1981. The two parted amicably, but there were rumors that they ended their relationship as David had problems with drugs. However, Kay denied the rumors in her 1989 interview with People stating she did drugs and everybody did, but it wasn't the problem for them.
After their divorce, David moved into another relationship with Meryl Ann Tanz and married her in 1984. His wedding history trails the bond with Sue Shifrin as well who is known as a licensed pilot and a songwriter.
As reported, David had the addiction of alcoholism which became the primary reason for his death in November 2017. During his struggle due to alcoholism, he publicized that he lied about his drinking habits. Today, Kay Lenz enjoys the single life and works in Sea Save Foundation working for saving the environment of seas and oceans.
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Kay Lenz was born in 1953, in Los Angeles, California and celebrates her birthday on 4 March. The zodiac sign of the 65 years old actress is Pisces. She belongs to the white ethnicity and holds an American nationality. Kay stands the height of 1.55 meters (5 feet and 1 inch tall).
She was born in a prosperous family to her producer/commentator father, Ted Lenz and her mother, Kay Miller Lenz, who was an engineer by profession. She lost her father several weeks before her marriage to David Cassidy in 1977.