Kate Mulgrew Net Worth

How Rich is Kate Mulgrew

Hos much is Kate Mulgrew worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $8 million.

Kate Mulgrew – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $8 million
Date of birth: April 29, 1955 (69 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 165
Profession: Actor, Voice Actor
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Kate was born April 29, 1955 in Dubuque, Iowa. She played in many movies, such as Camp Nowhere and The Best and the Brightest. However her most famous role is Captain Kathryn Janeway from TV series Star Trek: Voyager. Being the first female captain in the Star Trek universe is a pretty big success. Mulgrew is currently married to Democratic politician Timothy Hagan. The couple married in 1999.


Kate Mulgrew’s professional career as an actor began in 1975 when she portrayed Mary Ryan in a soap opera titled “Ryan’s Hope” of the ABC TV network. While working for “Ryan’s Hope,” she also worked in a theatre named “Our Town” in Stratford city of Connecticut. In an episode of “Dallas” released in November 1978, she played the role of a country singer named Garnet McGee. From 1979 to 1980, she worked in an American crime and drama TV series called “Mrs. Columbo.” In 1981, she worked in a fantasy romantic tragedy film titled “Lovespell.”

Personal Life

While she was in New York, she had to work as a waitress to earn money. At the age of 22, she got pregnant but didn’t reveal the name of the baby’s father. Just three days after giving birth, she offered the baby up for adoption. In 1982, she got married to TV director, Robert H. Egan. The couple was blessed to have two children, but in 1993 they parted ways and eventually in 1995 got divorced. After years of her divorce, she desperately wanted the baby she once gave up for adoption. A politician named Tim Hagan helped her in searching for her baby.


“I have a very rich and wonderful personal life, and at its core are my sons.”

— Kate Mulgrew

“I’ve had young women come to me and say that before they watched ‘Voyager’ it didn’t really occur to them that they could be successful in a higher position in the field of science; girls going to MIT, girls pursuing astrophysics with a view to a career in NASA.”

— Kate Mulgrew

“Great writing is great writing. It’s as simple as all that.”

— Kate Mulgrew

“Execution as punishment is barbaric and unnecessary.”

— Kate Mulgrew

“I am often fond of saying the Trekkers are passionate about a hobby, their hobby is ‘Star Trek.’ They are by and large very imaginative, very intelligent people, and they certainly have been more than generous to me.”

— Kate Mulgrew