What happened to Kay Lenz?


Former child star Kay Lenz is still acting today in television programs such as "Bones" and "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation." Her current whereabouts and marriage status are unknown. She is best known for her Golden Globe-nominated performance in the 1973 film "Breezy."

Lenz began her acting career as an infant, appearing on "Hollywood on Television," a variety show that featured the well-known actress Betty White. At the age of 13, Lenz landed roles in various stage productions. She eventually began working in television, landing roles on programs such as "The Andy Griffith Show" and "Gunsmoke."

In 1977, Lenz married teen heartthrob David Cassidy, but the couple divorced in 1982. While rumors pointed to Cassidy's alcohol and drug use as the cause of their breakup, Lenz has stated that she also experimented with drugs and that they divorced due to her unhappiness. Following her divorce from Cassidy, Lenz did not work as an actor for over two years, and as a result, she struggled with financial difficulties. In the mid-1980s, she began to receive film and television roles again. In 1989, Kay Lenz won an Emmy award for her performance in "Midnight Caller," a dramatic series that aired on the NBC network.

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