Kay Lenz

Kay Ann Lenz (born March 4, 1953) is an American actress.wikipedia
144 Related Articles

Breezy

She achieved recognition for her title-role performance as the free spirit who captivates William Holden in Breezy, directed by Clint Eastwood.
Breezy is a 1973 American romantic drama film, starring William Holden and Kay Lenz.

American Graffiti

American Zucchini
She made a brief appearance billed as Kay Ann Kemper in American Graffiti (1973) as Jane, a girl at a dance.

Clint Eastwood

Eastwood[Clint] Eastwoodactor of the same name
She achieved recognition for her title-role performance as the free spirit who captivates William Holden in Breezy, directed by Clint Eastwood.
Kay Lenz got the part of Breezy because Locke, at age 29, was considered too old.

Rich Man, Poor Man Book II

Rich Man, Poor ManRich Man, Poor Man - Book IIRich Man, Poor Man – Book II
She reprised her role for the sequel, Rich Man, Poor Man Book II (1977).

The Initiation of Sarah

1978 horror film of the same namefilm of the same name
It first aired on ABC on February 6, 1978 and starred Kay Lenz as a shy, withdrawn young woman who discovers that she has psychic powers after joining a sorority.

Infatuation (Rod Stewart song)

InfatuationInfatuation" (Rod Stewart song)
In 1984 she appeared in Rod Stewart's music video for the song "Infatuation".
In the video, a woman (played by Kay Lenz ) moves into an apartment complex where Stewart lives.

Reasonable Doubts

She was also nominated for an Emmy for her role as flinty lawyer Maggie Zombro in the police/legal drama Reasonable Doubts.
Cobb was also involved with flinty lawyer Maggie Zombro (Kay Lenz), an early continuing character who became a regular in later seasons.

White Line Fever (film)

White Line Fever
Lenz made guest appearances in The Streets of San Francisco, Gunsmoke, MacGyver, McCloud, Cannon, and Petrocelli, and played a lead role in the film White Line Fever (1975) before being cast in 1976 in the miniseries Rich Man, Poor Man, for which she was nominated for an Emmy Award.

Petrocelli

Tony Petrocelli
Lenz made guest appearances in The Streets of San Francisco, Gunsmoke, MacGyver, McCloud, Cannon, and Petrocelli, and played a lead role in the film White Line Fever (1975) before being cast in 1976 in the miniseries Rich Man, Poor Man, for which she was nominated for an Emmy Award.

William Holden

Bill Holden
She achieved recognition for her title-role performance as the free spirit who captivates William Holden in Breezy, directed by Clint Eastwood.
In 1973, Holden starred with Kay Lenz in a movie directed by Clint Eastwood called Breezy, which was considered a box-office flop.

Swan Lake (1981 film)

Swan LakeSee voicesSwan Lake'' (1981 film)
Two separate English dubs were made, one featuring regular voice actors, and one using celebrities as the main principles (Pam Dawber as Odette, Christopher Atkins as Siegfried, David Hemmings as Rothbart, and Kay Lenz as Odille).

House (1986 film)

HouseHouse'' (1986 film)
House is a 1986 American comedy horror film directed by Steve Miner, produced by Sean S. Cunningham, and starring William Katt, George Wendt, Richard Moll, and Kay Lenz.

The Streets of San Francisco

Streets of San FranciscoMike Stone (character)Deadline" (''The Streets of San Francisco'')
Lenz made guest appearances in The Streets of San Francisco, Gunsmoke, MacGyver, McCloud, Cannon, and Petrocelli, and played a lead role in the film White Line Fever (1975) before being cast in 1976 in the miniseries Rich Man, Poor Man, for which she was nominated for an Emmy Award.
Guest stars included: Dean Stockwell, Vic Tayback, Pernell Roberts, Edmond O'Brien, Ricky Nelson, Ron Glass, Susan Dey, Marion Ross, Van Williams, Paula Kelly, Don Johnson, Tom Selleck, Leslie Nielsen, Roscoe Lee Browne, James Woods, Nick Nolte, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Martin Sheen, Dabney Coleman, David Wayne, Vera Miles, Brenda Vaccaro, Desi Arnaz Jr., Tony Young, Cal Bellini, Marshall Colt, Pat Conway, Patty Duke, Denver Pyle, Richard Egan, Richard Eastham, Rodolfo Hoyos Jr., Don Keefer, Wright King, Flip Mark, Nora Marlowe, John Ritter, Stefanie Powers, Robert Wagner, Wayne Maunder, Dick Van Patten, Mark Hamill, Tom Bosley, Larry Hagman, Tim O'Connor, Anthony Geary, John Davidson, Eve McVeagh, Andrew Robinson, Beverly Washburn, Bill Bixby, Charles Aidman, Edward Mulhare, Jessica Walter, Len Birman, Michael Constantine, Norman Fell, Richard Bull, William Windom, David Soul, Paul Michael Glaser, Bernie Kopell, Claude Akins, Dennis Cole, Doris Roberts, Earl Holliman, Gerald McRaney, Howard Duff, John Saxon, Larry Pennell, Ned Beatty, Gary Lockwood, Kay Lenz, Laurie Heineman, Lew Ayres, Luther Adler, Maureen McCormick, Meredith Baxter, Michael Ansara, Noah Beery Jr., Paul Sorvino, Richard Anderson, Albert Salmi, Celeste Holm, David White, Dick Sargent, Geoffrey Lewis, Jack Albertson, Jamie Farr, Joe Santos, Joseph Cotten, Robert Reed, Roger E. Mosley, Stuart Whitman, Carl Weathers, Cheryl Ladd, Clint Howard, Gordon Jump, Herbert Jefferson Jr., Martin Kove, Sam Elliott, Tommy Kirk, Tyne Daly, Vic Morrow and Victor French, among many others.

Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress

Best Supporting ActressBest Supporting Actress in a FilmBest Film Supporting Actress

Falling from Grace (film)

Falling from GraceFalling from Grace'' (film)Buzzin' Cousins

The Great Scout & Cathouse Thursday

The Great Scout and Cathouse Thursday
The Great Scout & Cathouse Thursday is a 1976 comedy film directed by Don Taylor starring Lee Marvin, Oliver Reed, Sylvia Miles, and Kay Lenz.

Stripped to Kill

Stripped to Kill is a 1987 American erotic thriller/sexploitation film directed by Katt Shea and starring Greg Evigan, Kay Lenz and Norman Fell.

Rich Man, Poor Man (miniseries)

Rich Man, Poor Man1976 miniseriesminiseries
Lenz made guest appearances in The Streets of San Francisco, Gunsmoke, MacGyver, McCloud, Cannon, and Petrocelli, and played a lead role in the film White Line Fever (1975) before being cast in 1976 in the miniseries Rich Man, Poor Man, for which she was nominated for an Emmy Award.

The Passage (1979 film)

The PassageThe Passage'' (1979 film)
As he made this movie in Europe and England, James Mason predicted to co-star Kay Lenz that people do not like movies in snow and this film would bomb miserably after they were finished making it.

David Cassidy

Davey CassiusDavidStar
Lenz was the first wife of singer-actor David Cassidy.
Cassidy's first wife was actress Kay Lenz, whom he married on April 3, 1977 and divorced on December 28, 1983.

The Hustler of Muscle Beach

The Hustler of Muscle Beach is a 1980 American made-for-television comedy film starring Richard Hatch, Kay Lenz and Jeanette Nolan.