Kathy Bates Net Worth

Kathy Bates Net Worth

What is Kathy Bates’ net worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $20 million.

Kathy Bates – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $20 million
Date of birth: June 28, 1948 (75 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 160 cm
Profession: Actor, Film Director, Film Score Composer, Singer, Television Director, Voice Actor
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Kathy Bates Net Worth: Kathy Bates is an American actress and director who has a net worth of $20 million dollars. Bates is known for her performances both onscreen and onstage, appearing in more than 120 film and television projects as well as Broadway productions of “Fifth of July” (1980), “Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean” (1982), and “‘night. Mother” (1983–1984), for which she received a Tony-nomination.


Career: Bates made her big screen debut in the 1971 film “Taking Off” and appeared on TV for the first time on a 1977 episode of the NBC soap opera “The Doctors.” In 1978, she guest-starred on “The Love Boat” and appeared in the film “Straight Time” alongside Dustin Hoffman. Kathy began performing on Broadway in 1980 when she was cast in “Goodbye Fidel” at the New Ambassador Theatre, and she received a Tony nomination for Best Lead Actress in a Play for “‘night, Mother” in 1983. In 1988, her performance in “Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune” earned her an Obie Award for Distinguished Performance by an Actress as well as a Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Actress in a Play. Bates appeared in nine movies during the 1980s, including “Two of a Kind” (1983), “Signs of Life” (1989), and the 1982 film adaptation of “Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean.” She also guest-starred on “All My Children” (1984), “One Life to Live” (1984), “Cagney & Lacey” (1986), “St. Elsewhere” (1986–1987), “China Beach” (1989), and “L.A. Law” (1989).

Personal Life

Personal Life: Kathy married Tony Campisi in April 1991, after 13 years together, and they divorced in 1997. In 2003, Bates was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, but it was not public knowledge until January 2009 when she stated that she had been “in total remission” for more than five years. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in July 2012 and underwent a double mastectomy. Two years later at the New York Walk for Lymphedema & Lymphatic Diseases, Kathy revealed (in a pre-recorded message) that she has lymphedema in her arms as a result of the double mastectomy, and she began serving on the Lymphatic Education & Research Network’s honorary board as a chairperson later that year. Bates also became a spokesperson for lymphedema, and in 2018, she took part in Capitol Hill Lobby Day in an attempt to get more research funding for the condition and spoke at the DC/VA Walk to Fight Lymphedema & Lymphatic Diseases. She was honored with a 2018 WebMD Health Heroes “Game Changer” Award for her dedication to raising awareness of lymphedema.


“People will come up, and they’ll talk about ‘Misery.’ But a lot of people will talk about ‘Waterboy.'”

— Kathy Bates

“Misery’ left a lasting mark on me. When I die, it will be ‘Kathy ‘Misery’ Bates Is Dead.'”

— Kathy Bates

“Every time an Oscar is given out, an agent gets his wings.”

— Kathy Bates

“I have really focused on mindfulness. That helps me make better choices both physically, psychologically, and emotionally.”

— Kathy Bates

“My deeply secret favorite movie is ‘Meet Joe Black.'”

— Kathy Bates

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