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with Children and for her role as Gemma Teller Morrow on the FX series Sons of Anarchy.Sagal is also known for voicing the character Leela on the animated science-fiction series Futurama from 1999 to 20 to 2013, as well as for starring on the show 8 Simple Rules in the role of Cate Hennessy.In the latter role, she worked with John Ritter until his death, leading to Sagal's taking over as the series lead for the remainder of the show's run.From 2008–14, Sagal portrayed Gemma Teller Morrow across the entire run of Sons of Anarchy, for which she won a Golden Globe in 2011.Sagal's first major role was as a newspaper columnist in the series Mary (1985–86) starring Mary Tyler Moore. with Children, several more television films followed; she also guest starred on the children's cartoon Recess as the voice of Spinelli's mother.In 1998, Matt Groening cast her as the purple-haired mutant spaceship captain, Leela, in his science-fiction animated comedy Futurama.She performed the song "It's the Time for Love" that appears in the movie Silent Rage featuring Chuck Norris, music and lyrics by Morgan Stoddard.Sagal also provided the vocals for "Loose Cannons", the theme song for the movie featuring Gene Hackman and Dan Aykroyd in 1990.

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She is best known for her role as Peggy Bundy, Al's sarcastic, lazy, bon bon-eating wife, on Married...

In 1973, she worked as a backing vocalist for various singers, including Bob Dylan and Tanya Tucker.

In 1976, while a member of The Group With No Name, she contributed to the album Moon over Brooklyn (on which she was credited as "Katie Sagal").

The pregnancy on the show was then regarded as a "dream", which was mentioned only briefly at the end of the episode "Al Bundy, Shoe Dick".

Sagal and White eventually had two children — a daughter, Sarah Grace, in 1994 and a son, Jackson James, in 1996. with Children deliberately did not write Sagal's two later pregnancies into the show due to the earlier stillbirth, opting instead to write off her absences in a subplot in which Peg is traveling the world to reunite her redneck parents.

She is best known for her role as Peggy Bundy, Al's sarcastic, lazy, bon bon-eating wife, on Married...

In 1973, she worked as a backing vocalist for various singers, including Bob Dylan and Tanya Tucker.

In 1976, while a member of The Group With No Name, she contributed to the album Moon over Brooklyn (on which she was credited as "Katie Sagal").

The pregnancy on the show was then regarded as a "dream", which was mentioned only briefly at the end of the episode "Al Bundy, Shoe Dick".

Sagal and White eventually had two children — a daughter, Sarah Grace, in 1994 and a son, Jackson James, in 1996. with Children deliberately did not write Sagal's two later pregnancies into the show due to the earlier stillbirth, opting instead to write off her absences in a subplot in which Peg is traveling the world to reunite her redneck parents.

She was a member of Bette Midler's backup group The Harlettes in 1978, and again from 1982–83.