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The Extraordinary Kathy Bates
Kathy, whose nickname is Bobo, was born on June 28th in Memphis, Tennessee. An early interest in acting led her to study theater at Southern…
Kathy made her screen debut in Milos Forman's "Taking Off." Credited as Bobo Bates, she performed her original song, "Even Horses Had Wings"…
While working in theater in NYC, Kathy's small screen debut came in 1977 on "The Love Boat."
Despite huge success onstage in plays like "Crimes of the Heart," "'night Mother," and "Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune," Kathy's bi…
Finally, in 1990, Kathy blew audiences and critics away as obsessed fan Annie Wilkes in Stephen King's "Misery." Hello, Oscar!
Now the roles came, fast and furious. In 1991, Kathy co-starred with Jessica Tandy in "Fried Green Tomatoes," earning herself a Golden Globe…
Kathy has enjoyed another 20 wins and 25 award nominations, including a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Jay Leno's manager Helen Kushnick …
Did you know that Ms. Bates is also a director? She received a DGA Award nod for her work on "Six Feet Under," and an Emmy nomination for he…
Two more Kathy Bates roles we love: Libby Holden in "Primary Colors" and Roberta Hertzel in "About Schmidt," both of which would earn her Os…
Did you know Kathy worked alongside Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet twice? The first time was in 1997's "Titanic," and then again in 2008…
Best Quotes: "Onward and Upward"
Onward and Upward
The Whole Truth
Best Quotes: "The Whole Truth"
Best Quotes: "Class War"
And the Band Played On
Hazing Gone Wrong