Kathy Bates Net Worth
The American actress and filmmaker Kathy Bates is most known for her parts in the films Misery and Titanic who has a net worth of $20 million dollars. Both “Fried Green Tomatoes” and “About Schmidt” included her. With roles in shows like “Six Feet Under” and “American Horror Story,” Bates has also found success on television. She is considered to be one of the best performers of all time. To know more Kathy Bates Net Worth: Bio, Career, and Relationships keep reading.
Kathy Bates Bio
|Net Worth:||$20 Million|
|Salary:||$175 Thousand Per Episode|
|Date of Birth:||Jun 28, 1948 (74 years old)|
|Place of Birth:||Memphis|
|Height:||5 ft 2 in (1.6 m)|
|Profession:||Actor, Director, Singer, Film Score Composer|
Kathy Bates had a less than happy upbringing after her June 28, 1948, birth in Memphis, Tennessee. Bates’s mother raised her and her two elder brothers after her father perished in a plane crash when Bates was just nine years old. Bertye was raised by a single parent, her mechanical engineer father, Langdon.
In her youth, Kathy was surrounded by her sisters Patricia and Mary, both of whom were a year older than her at White Station High. She graduated high school early and is currently a student at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. Bates received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in theatre from her college in 1969 after joining the Alpha Delta Pi sorority and participating in theatre productions. After deciding to move to New York City in 1970, Kathy enrolled at the William Esper Studio to study acting.
Kathy Bates Career
To pursue her dream of being an actress, she uprooted to New York in 1970. In the past, Bates had a career as a theatrical actor. There were Best Lead Tony Award nominees including her. Her performance in “Night, Mother” earned her a Tony Award in 1983. Her first major film appearance was as Bobo Bates in the 1971 Milo Forman comedy Taking Off. She earned the Academy Award for Best Actress for her role as Annie Wilkes in Misery in 1990. Aside from Titanic, she has appeared in films like Fried Green Tomatoes and Dolores Claiborne. After that, she received two Best Supporting Actress Oscar nominations for her work in Primary Colors and About Schmidt. She was also nominated for two Screen Actors Guild Awards, three American Comedy Awards, and two BAFTAs.
Kathy Bates has also dabbled in television, as seen by her 14 Emmy nominations. The role of Harriet “Harry” Korn on NBC’s Harry’s Law earned her two nominations, and the role of Delphine LaLaurie on American Horror Story: Coven earned her a win. She was nominated for an Emmy as the Best Guest Actress in a Comedy Series for her role in the ninth season of Two and a Half Men. She played Miss Hannigan in the television adaptation of Annie and was nominated for three awards in 1999: an Emmy, a Golden Globe, and a Screen Actors Guild Award. In the world of television, she is best known as the director of multiple episodes of the HBO series Six Feet Under.
Kathy Bates Relationships
After 13 years of marriage, Kathy and Tony Campisi split up in 1997. Bates revealed that she had been fighting ovarian cancer since 2003, when she claimed to be “in total remission” for five years. In July of 2012, she underwent a double mastectomy to combat her breast cancer. Two years after her double mastectomy, Kathy announced (in a prerecorded statement) during the New York Walk for Lymphedema & Lymphatic Diseases that she suffers from lymphedema in her arms. The Lymphatic Education & Research Network named her honorary chairperson later that year. In 2018, Bates gave a speech during the DC/VA Walk to Fight Lymphedema & Lymphatic Diseases and became an advocate for the cause of lymphedema. To recognize her efforts in raising lymphedema consciousness, WebMD honored her with a “Game Changer” award in 2018.