Kathy Garver Net Worth

Kathy Garver Net Worth is
$5 Million

Kathy Garver Biography

Kathy authored the publication The Family members Affair Cookbook. Kathy Garver was created in Long Seaside, California in December 1945. Kathy wedded David Travis in 1981. Her 1st television appearances arrived in the series Dave and Charley, Personal Secretary, and Our Miss Brooks in 1953. Among her best known functions was that of Rachel a slave woman in The Ten Commandments in 1956. She actually is a television sponsor for Backstage with Barry and Kathy. From 1966 to 1971 she starred as Catherine “Cissy” Patterson-Davis on it series Family members Affair. In the 1980s she provided voice function for the series The Fonz and the Happy Times Gang, Spider-Guy and His Amazing Close friends, and Chuck Norris: Karate Kommandos.Kathy Garver Net Well worth: Kathy Garver can be an American celebrity who includes a net well worth of $5 million. She graduated from UCLA in 1968 and was an associate of the Pi Beta Phi Fraternity. Her fresh book Surviving Cissy: MY CHILDREN Affair of Existence in Hollywood is planned to be released in 2014. She received a Former Child Star “Life time Accomplishment” Award from the Youthful Artist Foundation this year 2010 and includes a Golden Palm Celebrity on the Palm Springs, California Walk of Celebrities focused on her. She started performing at nine years aged.

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Quick Facts

Full NameKathy Garver
Net Worth$5 Million
Date Of BirthDecember 13, 1945
Height1.6 m
EducationUniversity of California, Los Angeles
SpouseDavid Travis
ChildrenReid Garver Travis
ParentsRosemary Garver, Hayes Gilbert Garver
SiblingsHayes Gilbert Garver, Jr., Lance Garver, Beverly Garver
MoviesMonkey on My Back, Invisible Mom 2, The Trial of Old Drum, The Princess Diaries, Seizing Me, Race You to the Bottom, Black August, Horrorween, Unleashed, Hercules Saves Christmas, A Blank Slate
TV ShowsKarate Kommandos, Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends, Family Affair

Interesting Facts

1 His acting mentor and series' lead, Brian Keith, committed suicide on June 24, 1997, at age 75.
2 She goes on tour for the release of Paramount Television DVD presentation of "Fedderson & Hartmann's Family Affair" Season 1 due in April 2006. [January 2006]
3 Mother, with David Travis, of son Reid Garver Travis.
4 Went to school with Julie London's stepdaughter Ronne Troup.
5 Acting protégé of Brian Keith.
6 Before she co-starred opposite Brian Keith on Family Affair (1966), she guest-starred with Keith on an episode of Crusader (1955).
7 Best known for her starring role as Catherine "Cissy" Davis on Family Affair (1966).
8 The Audie Award (for excellence in audio recording) was given to Kathy as a narrator (World's Greatest Short Stories) and director (Amy Tan in The Opposite of Fate). She has recorded more than 30 audio books.
9 Awarded the Golden Halo award for excellence in the entertainment field.
10 President of the Family Affair foundation which provides reading companions to the elderly and at risk youth.
11 Daughter of Hayes Gilbert Garver, Sr. & Rosemary Garver.
12 She was the Hollywood Deb Star of 1967.
13 Youngest sister of Beverly Garver. Sister of Hayes Gilbert Garver, Jr. & Lance Garver.
14 Father is of French-Irish descent and mother is of Swiss-Austrian descent.

Net Worth & Salary

Family Affair (1966) $200 per episode.


1 [Of Brian Keith]: I loved Brian, "I'm a cultural Irishman, don't you know, I'm a cultural Irishman", but he went through many manifestations and changes of character, during the 5 years that we shot. At first, he was up and then his second year, he was going through a divorce and then, the third year, he met somebody else; and he became more anecdotal and told stories that he loved kids, and he was very outspoken about those that he did not like. So, he was a very interesting character and it was Brian and Sebastian Cabot [who played "Mr. French"] had such a different style of acting and that's another reason I think that Family Affair (1966) was so popular and stayed as it did. Both excellent actors, both coming from very different methods and styles of acting with Sebastian was more from the classical style and he would take home his script and he would dutifully look at every single word and have it to perfection, and then Brian would come in and say, 'Oh what do we have today? Let me see the scene, uh-huh, uh-huh, let's go!' So he was very improvisational, motion of the moment. And those 2 different styles really worked out each other, very well.
2 [on her on- and off-screen chemistry with Brian Keith, who played "Uncle Bill Davis"]: He was a fabulous star and also a marvelous mentor to me. I first met Brian when he starred in his initial series called, Crusader (1955). He played the character of "Matt", to my character, "Waif"; and he's absolutely terrific. He rescued me once again as the orphan teen-aged "Cissy" on our long-running TV series, Family Affair (1966). He took me under his penthouse wing, and raised me with kindness, understanding and most of all, love. That's what Brian Keith was all about, love. He loved his friends, his family, his co-workers, who ever needed him.
3 [on the personalities and/or issues Brian Keith, who starred with her in Family Affair (1966), had tackled, both on- the show and in real-life]: Laid back! But actually, you know, he went through a lot of different personality changes, I think, when he was doing our show, because for that 5 years, he was married --- happily married, and he got divorced, and he had to get remarried, and then he went through depression, and then he went through a laden, and he being so true to his emotions, I mean, there was not one phony bone in Brian's personality. He said what he thought, if he liked the person, he told them, if he didn't, he did, tell him that too! And he was just right there! So, he wasn't laid back, the energy was there, but it wasn't overdone.
4 [on the death/suicide of her series' star Brian Keith in 1997]: It was so sad, but it was in line with who he was in real life. He was this very manly man, very in charge of his life, always doing things his way. When his daughter died and he was diagnosed with lung cancer and emphysema, and given only a few weeks to live, there was no way he was going to go out any way other than his way. I truly believe that.
5 The hardest thing is being accepted as some one who has depth. Fortunately my parents stressed education and normalcy all through my childhood and during my Family Affair days. In learning to think and work independently, I firmly believe in hoisting ones own sails.
6 [on her on and off-screen friendship with Anissa Jones, who played Buffy]: We were like sisters as well as professionals. We did sleepovers, and made presents for the cast and crew. I went to her 18th birthday party, and her Mom asked me if I could spend more time with her - she thought she had fallen in with a bad crowd. I had to leave the next day to do My Fair Lady, but I promised I would, as soon as I got back. But Annisa OD'd and died before that could happen.
7 [on her favorite Family Affair (1966) memories]: Family Affair was then the most popular show in that country, and a live musical presentation of the show was mounted. It was cast with impersonators, except for me. I performed my role phonetically in Hebrew - people were stunned when I stepped out onto the stage!
8 I don't blame myself. I didn't know how bad the problem was.


All Kathy Garver pictures



1954 Alcatraz 2014 Video Game Mrs. Mason
A Blank Slate 2014 Short Diva Left
Mom, Murder & Me 2014 Joan
The Comeback Kids 2014 TV Series CeCe Foster - Agent
Building a Character 2013 Short Diva
Hercules Saves Christmas 2012 Sister Augustus
Technicolour Llama 2012 Mrs. Black
Horrorween 2011 Zombie
I (Almost) Got Away with It 2010 TV Series documentary Susan Burnside
Soupernatural 2010 Donna
Black August 2007
Race You to the Bottom 2005 Spa Attendant
Seizing Me 2003
Family Affair 2002 TV Series Beverly
Family Secrets 2001
The Princess Diaries 2001 Cable Tourist
Sweet November 2001 Nurse
Nash Bridges 2000 TV Series Helen Richards
The Trial of Old Drum 2000 TV Movie Aunt Katey
Invisible Mom II 1999 Video Ms. Mason
Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego 1998 Video Game voice
Closer Than the Boy Next Door 1998 Mrs. Gilliam
Spider-Man 1997 TV Series Miss America / Madeline Joyce / Gila
The Siege at Ruby Ridge 1996 TV Movie Real Estate Lady (uncredited)
Invisible Mom 1996 Video uncredited
Inherit the Earth: Quest for the Orb 1994 Video Game voice
Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers 1993 Video Game Madame Deveraux (voice)
Tom & Jerry Kids Show 1993 TV Series
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure 1993 TV Mini-Series School Girl A (English version, voice)
Matlock 1989 TV Series Carolyn
Marvin: Baby of the Year 1989 TV Short Jenny Miller (voice)
Simon & Simon 1983-1988 TV Series Karen Davidson / Joanie
The New Yogi Bear Show 1988 TV Series Additional Voices
Superior Court 1987 TV Series Jane
New Love, American Style 1986 TV Series Mary
Chuck Norris: Karate Kommandos 1986 TV Series Pepper
This Is the Life 1965-1984 TV Series Carol / Joyce / Molly / ...
Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends 1981-1983 TV Series Firestar Angelica Jones Storm
Dennis the Menace in Mayday for Mother 1981 TV Short Alice Mitchell (voice)
The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang 1980-1981 TV Series Additional Voices
Super Friends 1980 TV Series Hawkgirl Rima
The All-New Super Friends Hour 1977 TV Series voice
The Ghost Busters 1975 TV Series Carola de Canterville
Adam-12 1971 TV Series Paula Jessup
The Big Valley 1969 TV Series Laura Hayden
Insight 1966-1968 TV Series Andrea / Hold up victim / Joan
Death Valley Days 1965-1966 TV Series Peggy Conway / Dorita Duncan
The Patty Duke Show 1966 TV Series Monica Robinson
Ben Casey 1966 TV Series
Dr. Kildare 1965 TV Series Tracey Richards
Daniel Boone 1965 TV Series
The Bing Crosby Show 1965 TV Series Mary Benson
Branded 1965 TV Series Ginny Pollard
Kiss Me, Stupid 1964 Autograph Seeker (uncredited)
Mr. Novak 1964 TV Series
The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters 1963 TV Series Pretty Walker
The Rifleman 1961 TV Series Amy
The Milton Berle Show 1958 TV Series Amy
This Is Alice 1958 TV Series Sally
Father Knows Best 1957 TV Series Autograph Seeker
Fury 1957 TV Series Mabel
Panic! 1957 TV Series Charlene
Monkey on My Back 1957 Noreen
The Adventures of Jim Bowie 1957 TV Series Simone De Lannes
Telephone Time 1957 TV Series Carol Wallace
The Ten Commandments 1956 Rachel (uncredited)
The Sheriff of Cochise 1956 TV Series Anita
The Bad Seed 1956 Rhoda's Classmate (uncredited)
Crusader 1956 TV Series Waif
The Millionaire 1956 TV Series Betty Murdock
Matinee Theatre 1955-1956 TV Series Sally
My Favorite Husband 1955 TV Series Carolyn
Sergeant Preston of the Yukon 1955 TV Series Annabell
The Night of the Hunter 1955 Child (uncredited)
Our Miss Brooks 1953 TV Series Gina
Private Secretary 1953 TV Series Angela
Dave and Charley 1953 TV Series Marlene
The Red Skelton Hour 1952 TV Series Little Alice
Helen's Last Love 2017 post-production Dr. Allen
Sold 2017 pre-production Helen
Heaven with a Gun pre-production Ruby
The Executive filming Ms Jones
Unleashed 2016 Jean
Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers 20th Anniversary Edition 2014 Video Game voice


Medusa 2017 producer pre-production
Sold 2017 producer pre-production
The Executive associate producer filming
Soupernatural 2010 associate producer


Hercules 1997 video reference cast


Surge of Power: Revenge of the Sequel completed Herself
Oprah: Where Are They Now? 2016 TV Series Herself
BNow! 2016 TV Series
Doctor Spine 2015 Herself
The Actor's Journey 2011 Video documentary Herself
The Actor's Journey for Kids 2011 Video documentary Herself
Actors Entertainment 2010 TV Series Herself
The Early Show 2008 TV Series Herself
TV Land Confidential 2007 TV Series documentary Herself - Interviewee
The 5th Annual TV Land Awards 2007 TV Special Catherine 'Cissy' Patterson-Davis
TV Land Convention Special 2004 TV Movie documentary Herself
Street Smarts 2003 TV Series Herself
The 4th Annual Family Television Awards 2002 TV Special Herself
Couch Potatoes 1989 TV Series Herself
The Geraldo Rivera Show 1987 TV Series Herself
The Oprah Winfrey Show 1986 TV Series Herself / Herself 1967
Celebrity Sweepstakes 1974 TV Series Herself
The Hollywood Squares 1967-1971 TV Series Herself - Panelist
What's My Line? 1970 TV Series Herself - Mystery Guest
The David Frost Show 1970 TV Series Herself
New American Bandstand 1965 1969 TV Series Herself
The Song Is You 1968 TV Movie Herself
The Joey Bishop Show 1967 TV Series Herself
The Match Game 1967 TV Series Herself - Team Captain
Miss Teen International Pageant 1967 TV Movie Herself
The Hollywood Stars of Tomorrow Awards 1967 TV Special Herself
Dream Girl of '67 1967 TV Series Herself - Fashion Hostess
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1966-1967 TV Series Herself

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