- Full Name Kathy Wopat
- Birth Date Undisclosed
- Nationality American
- Ex-Spouse Tom Wopat
- Children Five
Kathy Wopat | BiographyGained Prominence For Her Marriage With Actor Tom Wopat
Kathy Wopat is the former wife of the famous American actor, Tom Wopat.
Who is Kathy Wopat?
Kathy Wopat is the American former wife of actor Tom Wopat. However, there is no information about her birth date, early life, and educational details, as she chooses to keep her life out of the limelight.
Wopat rose to prominence because of her marriage to the TV series The Dukes of Hazzard actor, Tom Wopat. The couple was married with five kids: two daughters, Taylor and Lindsey, and three sons, Joey, Walker, and Adam.
Unfortunately, they later parted ways. Tom then got married to Vickie Allen in 1984. However, his second marriage also ended in separation in 2000. As of 2022, he is married to filmmaker and audiovisual archivist Kirsten S. Larvick.
Wopat Is The Wife Of A Popular Actor
Wopat was previously married to actor and singer Tom Wopat. He rose to prominence as Lucas K. "Luke" Duke on the long-running television series The Dukes of Hazzard. He reprised the role for 128 episodes from 1979 to 1985.
Thomas Steven Wopat was born on 9 September 1951 in Lodi, Wisconsin. His father, Albin Carl Wotpat, was a dairy farmer, while his mother, Ruth Arlene, was a homemaker. He grew up with six brothers and sisters in the town of Wisconsin. He became interested in acting and singing at the age of 12, and after high school, he pursued a career in his interest.
He went to the University of Wisconsin but dropped out to start a rock band. He also played for musicals on stages such as South Pacific, West Side Story, and Jesus Christ Superstar. He made his acting debut on Broadway but eventually landed the role on The Dukes of Hazzard.
Wopat worked consistently after that, mostly on stage in musicals and in supporting roles in television and films. He played James Lingk in the Broadway revival of David Mamet's 'Pulitzer Prize-winning play Glengarry Glen Ross in 2005. The following year, he reprised the performance of Harold Hill in the North Carolina Theatre's version of The Music Man.
Tom portrayed the father in A Catered Affair, written by Harvey Fierstein and John Bucchino, which premiered on Broadway on 17 April 2008 at the Walter Kerr Theatre. For that act, he won his second 'Tony' nomination.
In July and August 2009, he played the character Frank Abagnale Sr. in the musical Catch Me If You Can, which is based on the film of the same name at Seattle's 5th Avenue Theatre.
Tom also played US Marshal Gil Tatum in the movie Django Unchained (2012). Moreover, he appeared as Sheriff Jim Wilkins in the television series Longmire from 2012 to 2017.
He appeared in James Lapine's musical revue Sondheim on Sondheim, which presented the life and works of Stephen Sondheim. The revue opened in previews on Broadway on 19 March 2010 at the Roundabout Theatre's Studio 54 and ended on 27 June 2010.
Besides Tom's acting career, he is also a singer and released several albums of country songs and pop standards and a string of moderately popular singles in the 1980s and 1990s.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Tom has a net worth of $2 million as of 2022.