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Kate Mulgrew Biography and Filmography
Kate Mulgrew
Birthday: April 29, 1955
Birth Place: Dubuque, Iowa, USA
Height: 5' 5"
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The daughter of a contractor father and an artist mother, Kate Mulgrew was the second oldest of eight children. At 18, Mulgrew headed to New York to study acting with Stella Adler. She spent a grueling year or so pounding on casting-agency doors and making ends meet as a waitress and model. Then, on the same day in 1975, she landed two plum roles: Emily Webb in a stage revival of Our Town, and Mary Ryan on the new ABC TV soap opera Ryan's Hope. Four years later, she was tapped to play Kate Columbo, the previously never-seen wife of dishevelled TV detective Columbo (Peter Falk), on the prime-time series Mrs. Columbo, later retitled Kate Loves a Mystery. Columbo himself would never be seen on Mrs. Columbo; for that matter, few viewers saw Kate Mulgrew, since the rather ill-conceived series never built up much of an audience. Despite this setback, the actress persevered, starring in the 1981 miniseries The Manions of America and appearing in such theatrical features as A Stranger is Watching (1982), Remo Williams (1985) and Throw Mama from the Train (1987). She went on to co-star with James Garner in the short-lived weekly Man of the People (1991), and in 1995 joined the ever-growing "Star Trek" family as Captain Kathryn Janeway in Star Trek Voyager (she replaced Genevieve Bujold, who dropped out of the role in the middle of filming the first episode). Her significant TV guest appearances include a Boston councilwoman who carries on a torrid romance with Sam Malone (Ted Danson) in a 1986 episode of Cheers, and an alcoholic broadcast journalist on a 1992 installment of Murphy Brown; this last-named performance earned her a Tracey Humanitarian Award. Throughout her film and TV career, she has periodically returned to the stage, most recently in an all-star Broadway revival of Peter Schaffer's Black Comedy. In recognition of twenty years' worth of "artistic contributions," Kate Mulgrew was made an Honorary Doctor of Letters by Seton Hall University.
Perception (2005)
[ Piper Perabo ][ Heather Burns ]
Star Trek: The Experience - Borg Invasion 4D (2004)
[ Alice Krige ]
Lords of Everquest (2003)
[ Fairuza Balk ][ Katey Sagal ][ Claudia Black ][ Cree Summer ][ Hudson Leick ]
Star Trek: Nemesis (2002)
[ Dina Meyer ][ Whoopie Goldberg ][ Marina Sirtis ][ Gates McFadden ][ Majel Barret-Roddenberry ]
Run Like Hell (2002)
[ Cree Summer ][ Pamela Adlon ][ Tress MacNeille ][ Grey DeLisle ]
Endgame: Part 2 (2001)
[ Jeri Ryan ][ Alice Krige ][ Roxanne Biggs-Dawson ]
Renaissance Man (2001)
[ Jeri Ryan ][ Roxanne Biggs-Dawson ]
Homestead (2001)
[ Jeri Ryan ][ Roxanne Biggs-Dawson ]
Natural Law (2001)
[ Jeri Ryan ][ Roxanne Biggs-Dawson ]
Judgment (2001)
[ Jessica Steen ]
Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force (2000)
[ Jeri Ryan ][ Roxanne Biggs-Dawson ][ Iris Bahr ]
Riddler's Moon (1998)
The Gathering: Part 1 (1996)
[ Sheena Easton ]
Ill Met by Moonlight (1996)
Walkabout (1996)
Star Trek: Voyager - Caretaker (1995)
[ Jennifer Lien ][ Roxanne Biggs-Dawson ][ Majel Barret-Roddenberry ]
Captain Nuke and the Bomber Boys (1995)
[ Joanna Pacula ][ Jenna Leigh Green ]
A Sultan Worth His Salt (1994)
Camp Nowhere (1994)
[ Jessica Alba ][ Marne Patterson ][ Wendy Makkena ][ Genie Francis ][ Romy Walthall ]
For Love and Glory (1993)
[ Olivia D'Abo ]
The Cat and the Claw: Part 2 (1992)
The Cat and the Claw: Part 1 (1992)
Ever After (1992)
Round Numbers (1992)
[ Samantha Eggar ][ Hope Marie Carlton ][ India Allen ]
Fatal Friendship (1991)
Daddy (1991)
[ Lynda Carter ][ Jenny Lewis ]
Roots: The Gift (1988)
Heartbeat (1988)
[ Joan Chen ][ Lynn Whitfield ][ Laura Johnson ][ Gail Strickland ][ Katherine Cannon ]
Throw Momma from the Train (1987)
[ Kim Greist ]
Roses Are for the Rich (1987)
[ Lisa Hartman ]
The Corpse Flew First Class (1987)
My Town (1986)
[ Meredith Salenger ]
Strange Bedfellows: Part 2 (1986)
Strange Bedfellows: Part 1 (1986)
Time Heals: Part 1 (1986)
Carly Mills (1986)
[ Amanda Peterson ]
Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins (1985)
[ Suzanne Snyder ][ Wendy Gazelle ][ Barbara Harris ]
A Stranger Is Watching (1982)
Lovespell (1981)
A Time for Miracles (1980)
Jennifer: A Woman's Story (1979)
[ Elizabeth Montgomery ][ Tracey Gold ][ Doris Roberts ]
Kate Loves a Mystery (1979)
The American Woman: Portraits of Courage (1976)
[ Patricia Neal ][ Joan Hackett ]
Alien Lover (1975)
Episode dated 8 September 1975 (1975)
Episode dated 5 September 1975 (1975)
Episode dated 4 September 1975 (1975)
Episode dated 7 July 1975 (1975)
  • Married to Cleveland, Ohio, politician Tim Hagan. They were introduced to one another by her mother.
  • Children: Two sons - Ian Thomas (born 1983) and Alexander James (born 1984); one daughter.
  • For the Star Trek Thirtieth Anniversary Special, she performed a parody sketch of "Star Trek: Voyager" (1995) with "Frasier" (1993) stars David Hyde Pierce, John Mahoney, Jane Leeves, and Peri Gilpin
  • Was a friend of the late John Kennedy Jr. and attended his funeral with husband Timothy Hagan.
  • Was initially turned down for the role of Capt. Janeway on "Star Trek: Voyager" (1995), in favour of Geneviève Bujold. When Bujold backed out of the project two days into shooting, Mulgrew again auditioned for the role, and won it!
  • Husband Tim Hagan ran as the Democratic Candidate for Governor of Ohio in 2002, but lost the 5 November 2002 election.
  • When cast for the role of Capt. Janeway, Mulgrew asked that the character's first name be changed from Nicole to Kathryn. The producers agreed.
  • The John R. Maxim novel "Abel Baker Charlie" has a character with her name.
  • Her character on "Star Trek: Voyager" (1995), Captain Kathryn Janeway, is regarded by fans as having Bipolar disorder because of her erratic actions. Ms. Mulgrew said she blames the writers.
  • Kathryn Janeway's character was based on a feminist writer Elizabeth Janeway.
  • Husband Tim Hagan proposed to her on the set of "Star Trek: Voyager" (1995).
  • Owns/owned a chocolate colored labrador called Gracie.
  • Parents: Joan Virginia and Thomas James Mulgrew
  • Has a home in Brentwood, California.
  • Has a brother called Joe.
  • She is good friends with fellow "Star Trek" alumnus John de Lancie ("Q").
  • Siblings: Tom, Joe, Jenny, Laura, Sam
  • Opposes abortion.
  • Has appeared with Jonathan Frakes in four different productions: Camp Nowhere (1994), "Gargoyles" (1994), "Star Trek: Voyager" (1995) and Star Trek: Nemesis (2002).
  • An avid fighter against Alzheimer's disease.
  • In 2003 received a Lucille Lortel nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress for Tea at Five
  • In 2003 received an Outer Critics Circle nomination for Outstanding Solo Performance in Tea at Five.
  • In 2003 received's Audience Award for Favorite Solo Performance in Tea at Five.
  • Won the award for Best Actress at the 29th annual Carbonell Awards for her portrayal of Katharine Hepburn in 'Tea at Five'.
  • She won the Tracey Humanitarian Award for her performance as driven alcoholic news anchor Hillary Wheaton on a 1992 episode of "Murphy Brown" (1988) entitled "On the Rocks".
  • Received an Honorary Doctorate of Letters for Artistic Contribution from Seton Hill University in Greensburg, Pennsylvania.
  • In 1996, was contracted by IBM to help promote the latest release of OS/2 Warp, version 4 (previously codenamed Merlin), due to associations with Star Trek.

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