Cathy Lee Crosby Biography
Cathy Lee Crosby an American actress and former tennis player known for her role as Diana Prince in the film Wonder Woman.
Cathy Lee Crosby Age
Crosby was born on 2nd December 1944 in Los Angeles, California.
Cathy Lee Crosby Career
Crosby began as a professional tennis player during the 1960s playing at Wimbledon twice. She had her first role as an actress in the first season of It Takes a Thief as Susan in 1968. She then got the role of Kay Butler in the movie The Laughing Policeman. During her years, she has appeared in numerous films such as Untamed Love (1994), Ablaze (2001), Wonder Woman, Kolchak: The Night Stalker, and any others.
Cathy Lee Crosby Net Worth
Crosby’s estimated net worth is under review.
Cathy Lee Crosby Movies and Tv Shows
- 1968 It Takes a Thief as Susan
- 1972 Marcus Welby, M.D. as Carol Paterson
- 1972 Emergency! as Jenny Hollister
- 1972 Call Me by My Rightful Name as Ann Chris
- 1973 Barnaby Jones as Nancy Erdmore
Cathy Lee Crosby Height and Weight
Crosby stands tall at a height of 5 ft 7 in (171 cm) and weighs 148 lb (67 kg).
Cathy Lee Crosby Family
Lee was born to Lou Crosby and Linda Hayes. Her father worked was a scriptwriter-songwriter and worked as the National Commercial Spokesman for Dodge Automobiles on The Lawrence Welk Show.
Cathy Lee Crosby Husband
Lee got married when she was 21 years old but later divorced two years later. In the mid-1970s, she dated actor Richard Roundtree romantically. During the 1980s, Cathy got into a relationship with football star Joe Theismann.
When they broke up, Cathy sued him for $4.5 million claiming he “abandoned his promise to financially support her.” They agreed to settle it out of court after Joe responded with a countersuit.
Cathy Lee Crosby Wonder Woman
Crosby played the role of Diana Prince (Wonder Woman)in the 1974 film Wonder Woman. The film was released in 1974 and directed by Vincent McEveety. The film also starred Kaz Garas, Charlene Holt, Ricardo Montalbán, Richard X. Slattery, Andrew Prine, and Anitra Ford.