American celebrity Kathy Ann Najimy was born on February 6, 1957 in San Diego, California. Her parents were only nonchalant folks, they both worked at the post office. Fred Najimy (dad) and Samia Najimy (mom) were Roman Catholic and their lineage is Lebanese. Kathy got her first instruction at the Crawford High School, found in the El Cerrito neighborhood of San Diego. Any details about her youth is unavailable online, and first reference about her profession was in 1985, when she was 28. Based on the official records, her first episodic character was in the comedy-romance movie Walls of Glass. That was her first leading role and she coped with it very well. This time principal characters apart from Whoopi Goldberg played Maggie Smith, Kathy Najimy and Wendy Makkena. The sequel had not been as successful as the first release (just 57 million dollars box office) but for Kathy Najimy it was really valuable, since she became a professional performer. Besides movies, she expressed lots of animated movies, including animated musical comedy movie Cats Don’t Dance, where she expressed Tillie Hippo and her character was singing. That animated movie also voiced such well-known performers such Scott Bakula, Don Knotts and Jasmine Guy. With the encounter of expressing in animated movies, Kathy Najimy was hired by Fox to voice Peggy Hill in their mature animated TV series King of the Hill. Kathy has worked on that job from 1997 to 2010, which show became her the most long-termed work. Her other long-termed component was in TV sitcom Veronica’s Closet, aired on NBC, where she played Olive Massery. During her career participated in 64 pictures, TV series and animated pictures in total. This enabled her to bring in a bundle. Online, it is possible to locate many memes, which describe Kathys life as an activist. She also fight against bias about the weight of girls. She usually phones to not pay as much attention to weight loss of girls. As for her private life, she’s married to Dan Finnerty and they will have a common daughter Samia. To learn more about her biography see her page on Wikipedia.