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I loved Peg Bundy. I am so happy that I got to do that. It was really fun. ---->>>

I really like sort of disappearing. ---->>>

I've certainly experienced physical pain in my life. ---->>>

I had to accept the fact that sometimes things happen that are out of our hands. ---->>>

There isn't a lot written about the motorcycle culture. ---->>>

I always had a struggle, which I still do, when you're playing a character and it's not necessarily your morals or your values. You're playing a character, but the way the media will sometimes ask you if these are your opinions, you know - they make you responsible for that, and I take issue with it because I don't believe in censorship. ---->>>

'Married with Children' was racy. It was sexist. It was a lot of things, but mostly it was funny. ---->>>

Generally, I find a lot to be grateful for. ---->>>

Each time I seem to go through one of life's huge things, I want to play music. ---->>>

I've never worked on a lawyer show for a long time, but I imagine the actors all start acting like lawyers. ---->>>

I've never loved anybody the way I love my children. ---->>>

We all have that desire to be kind of wild and bad. ---->>>

You know, it's hard sometimes to just detach yourself from what you're doing. ---->>>

I'm a better mother if I'm also doing my work. Some women find a lot more satisfaction from doing the hardest job, which is being a mom. But I like my day job, so I juggle a lot. ---->>>

I would literally have to go meet people so they could see I didn't have big red hair and wear high heels constantly. It was just really ingrained in people. ---->>>

So you know, my plan was that I was going to make records, and be a rock star. And that's really what I wanted to do. And I sang from the time I was very young. ---->>>

Being a mother has been my greatest teacher and also the most self-sacrificing thing I've ever done. ---->>>

I like when everything's naturally moving along - I find that pretty exciting. ---->>>

Um, I have an enormous faith in God. I have an enormous support system that also has that same belief. ---->>>

I do tend to play characters that have a lot of costume and hair change. I sort of like the change of physicality thing. ---->>>

I have teenagers, so I listen to a lot of music. They turn me on to great music. ---->>>

I have this whole new audience now. ---->>>

I love interpreting other people's music. ---->>>

I love to perform live. ---->>>

And I like to interpret music. So I think it's all interpretive. ---->>>

I didn't actually begin professionally acting until I was 30. ---->>>

I do a lot of writing about my family. ---->>>

I made a living being a background singer for years. ---->>>

I think I'm a soulful singer. ---->>>

I don't know, Y'know, I always wanted to be one of those cheerleader girls and I never was that, and I was never sort of cute and perky, and I always thought it was fun to be cute and perky, and those, I don't know what those girls are doing now. ---->>>

And this one I wanted to do some covers. So I just really sang some of my favorite songs. ---->>>

I don't like violence. ---->>>

I don't take story input from fans. ---->>>

I grew up listening to a lot of soul music, and a lot of folk music. ---->>>

I have a little kitchen office at home, where I do all my kids' stuff. ---->>>

I love to play gigs. ---->>>

I love TV. ---->>>

I think the biggest change has been realizing I now have three children. ---->>>

I think we respond well when we do something well. ---->>>

I wanted to be a rock star when I grew up, or at least a singer/songwriter. ---->>>

I was kind of lost for several years. ---->>>

I was very rebellious. ---->>>

I work with all these amazing voice actors that do a kajillion voices. ---->>>

I'm a pretty emotional person. ---->>>

I'm not a Facebook/Twitter gal, but my husband is. ---->>>

I've done comedy most of my career, which I love, but I wanted to expand. ---->>>

I've never played a character that would sing. ---->>>

It's great to be mean, it is, it's fun. ---->>>

It's so weird that I play this woman who pretty much deals with violence on a daily basis, and I'm such a wimp in who I am. ---->>>

It's sort of the mixed blessing of being on television for so long in one thing; sometimes that backfires, in that you're not able to continue on. ---->>>

Music is extremely intuitive, which acting too in a different way. ---->>>

My parents were very artistic, but busy. ---->>>

My thing about having another child was, time's-a-wasting! ---->>>

There's so many great songs already written, it's kind of really wonderful you don't have to write your own. ---->>>

You know, we travelled a lot when I was a kid because my father was wherever the work was. ---->>>

You realize mortality is everywhere. ---->>>

I'm very comfortable as a singer. In fact, I think it's more - I identified my self-esteem, my self more in those ways when I was growing up. I really - it was kind of my calling card as a kid. ---->>>

But I started it when I was going through a transitional time in my life. At the end of it, it really sort of symbolized it. I had made room to change, and room to grow. I recorded it in a little room. ---->>>

And I think that's why I was going to be a musician. I was very rebellious. And I didn't want to be an actor. My father used to say to me you should be an actor if you want to be in the arts. ---->>>

And then I think now we are - you know his - like I've always said. His spirit is so large that we feel his presence around the show, and we always will. He will always have a voice. ---->>>

For me it's also - the music is equally as important. I mean I think as somebody who writes music, there just has to sort of be the marriage between both. ---->>>

I'm a big 'American Idol' watcher, and sometimes I like to watch 'America's Got Talent.' Those are big, corny admissions, but sometimes it's so fun to see those kids really sing their hearts out. ---->>>

It was really fun. It was fun for a lot of reasons. It was fun because nobody thought that we would be successful. It was on a network that wasn't even there at the time. ---->>>

So they've actually - it's not that her character is a singer, but she had ambition to do that at an earlier time in her life. So I've actually sung two or three times now on the show. ---->>>

To be shapely when you're in the seventh grade is not exactly what everyone's looking for, or they weren't then, as someone was telling me the other day. now, that's like a really great thing to do, to be, but then it wasn't. ---->>>

When you grow up around it, I just watched my father work really hard. He wasn't around as much as I would have liked. And when I grew up, I understood why. ---->>>

When you tour with a band, you're just out there, and it's just you guys. That's your little universe. If you do a play, it's the same deal. That becomes your world, for the cast and crew. ---->>>

You know, episodic TV directing is a very long and arduous job. You have very short schedules, short short shooting days, and you have to get lot of pages done. ---->>>


Nationality: American
Born: 01-19, 1954
Birthplace: Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation: Athlete

Catherine Louise Sagal (born January 19, 1954) is an American actress and singer-songwriter. She is best known for her role as Peggy Bundy, Al's sarcastic, lazy, bon bon-eating wife, on Married... with Children and for her role as Gemma Teller Morrow on the FX series Sons of Anarchy, for which she won a Golden Globe in 2011 (wikipedia)