Kate Mulgrew- Wiki, Age, Height, Net Worth, Husband, Ethnicity


Kate Mulgrew is a well-known American actress. She appears in a variety of theatrical productions, pictures, and television programs. Her diverse parts demonstrate that she is equally suited to humor and drama. Kate rose to prominence as Mary Ryan on the daily serial series Ryan’s Hope.


Quick Facts

Real Name Kate Mulgrew
Nick Name Kate
Date Of Birth April 29, 1955
Age 67 years old
Birthplace Dubuque
Nationality American
Profession Actress
Height 5 feet 5 inches
Weight 79 kg
Hair Color Brown
Eye color Blue
Net Worth $8 million

Kate Mulgrew Age & Early Life

Kate Mulgrew was born in Dubuque on April 29, 1955. Her country is American, and she is of Irish descent. Her age is 67 years. Katherine Kiernan Maria Mulgrew is her given name. He was born to builder Thomas James Mulgrew (father) and artist and painter Joan Virginia (mother). She was the oldest daughter of an eight-child Irish Catholic household.


She expressed an interest in performing at the age of 12 and enrolled in a summer acting school with the support of her mother. Mulgrew successfully auditioned for the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art at the age of 16 but was informed she was too immature to enter the school. Mulgrew graduated from Wahlert High School in Dubuque, Iowa, and moved on to the Stella Alder Academy of Acting at New York University, which she abandoned after a year. She got an associate’s degree before dropping out of university to seek a job in performing.

Kate Mulgrew Height & Weight

Kate stands 5 feet 5 inches tall. Her total weight is 79 kilograms. Mulgrew hair is brown and her eyes are blue. Her breast size is 38B, her dress size is 14US, and her shoe size is 8US. Her physical dimensions are 40-32-42 centimeters.

Kate Mulgrew

Kate Mulgrew’s Net Worth

How much is Kate Mulgrew’s net worth? She earned $35,000 per show and has an estimated net worth of $8 million as of September 2023.

Career

Mulgrew began her work in show business at an early age and presented the image of a no-nonsense lady in the majority of her parts. Her deep baritone is well-known. In 1979, she starred in “Mrs. Columbo,” a spin-off from a famous mystery series created especially for her image. The program aired for 13 segments. She co-starred with Richard Burton and Nicholas Clay in the 1981 film “Love Spell” as an Irish lady. This was followed by her portrayal of Major Fleming in ‘Remo Williams: The Journey Starts.

“Murder She Wrote” was a riveting popular series in which she portrayed an opera singer who kills her spouse and then fabricates an excuse. Her position as the first female commander in a succession of recurring appearances on ‘Star Trek Voyager’ gave her recognition and created history. The program aired for seven seasons on the UPN station, making it the longest-running show. Mulgrew received the “Saturn Award” in 1998 for “Outstanding TV Performer” for her role as Janeway in the series. She also played Janeway in several Star Trek video games and appeared at Star Trek events around the globe.

She returned to the stage after seven seasons of ‘Voyager,’ starring in the one-woman show “Tea at Five,” which was a huge hit. During this time, she also continued to do voice-over work for computer games. She returned to television in 2006, appearing in the ‘Law & Order series. In 2008, she played “Hester Salomon” in the Broadway drama “Equus,” as well as “The Answer,” a short film based on real records of the Guantánamo Bay trials. She was nominated for her first Primetime Emmy Award for her performance in “Orange Is the New Black” in 2014.

Kate Mulgrew Husband & Marriage

Who is Kate Mulgrew’s husband? Kate had her first kid before marriage, whom she adopted early in her profession. She had two children with Robert H Egan, whom she married in 1982 and separated after eleven years of marriage. She later dated Winrich Kolbe, the producer of Star Trek Voyager.

In April 1999, she married former Cleveland County Commissioner Tim Hagan, whom she met through her mother. However, she went through another split, which she later regretted. Her second union resulted in two stepdaughters. Mulgrew describes herself as a single mother who offered up her daughter for adoption when she began her job in 2001.


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