Cathy Lee Crosby Biography
Cathy Lee Crosby was once ranked No. 4 in a double and No. 7 in a single when she played twice in United States Wimbledon competition. As an athlete, she also loved swimming, skydiving and windsurfing. Being born with both parents in the entertainment world, Cathy became a TV, Stage and Film Actress. At the early age of 5 she appeared on her fathers local television series in L.A. In 1968 she played a guest role in a television show It Takes a Thief.
Then on, Cathy Lee Crosby starred in Marcus Welby, M.D. in 1972, Cannon and Barnaby Jones in 1973 and a supporting role in The Laughing Policeman also in 1973. In 1974 she won the title role of a television show based from a comic book as Wonder Woman. Then after, she went back to her profession as an athlete but also did few films in Europe. Cathy experienced great triumph in 1980 when she co-hosted ABCs Thats Incredible until 1984. She also starred in McCormick and Hardcastle and Hotel.
In 1986, Cathy Lee Crosby co-starred in Intimate Strangers, a television movie. Made her Broadway debut in 1988s Almost Perfect. Despite her success in acting, Cathy took some time off from the movie industry. She only made a comeback in 1994 when she appeared in the mini series Heaven & Hell: North & South, Book III, and in TV Film Untamed Love. She also starred in Lost Treasure of Dos Santos, When the Cradle Falls, a TV film a Memory in My Heart and 1999 Armand Mastroiannis Final Run.
Cathy Lee Crosby did other films like, Touched by an Angel in 2000.A supporting role in a thriller film, Ablaze. 2001s TV Drama Sons of Mistletoe with Roma Downey, George Newbern and Scott Terra. She also appeared in 2002s Dancing at the Harvest Moon. Cathy, now 62 years old played a supporting role in 2006 pre-production The Last Guy on Earth and currently the Soulmates in 2007.