Kathy Najimy is an American actress, writer, and activist who gained notoriety for playing the villain Grimhilde in “Descendants,” the sister Mary Patrick in “Sister Act,” and Mary Sanderson in “Hocus Pocus.”
She has a TV acting career that is as spectacular. Her most well-known small-screen appearances include “Chicago Hope,” “Veronica’s Closet,” and “Veep.”
She is also well known for her voice to work in animated films and TV shows including “WALL-E” and “Scooby-Doo! Pirates Ahoy!” as well as animated series like “BoJack Horseman” and “King of the Hill.”
In addition to being a well-known actor, Kathy is a well-known activist. She has been a vocal supporter of causes like body image, LGBT rights, AIDS awareness, equal rights, and civil rights in addition to being a part of the “Time’s Up” movement against sexual harassment.
Kathy Najimy Parents
On February 6, 1957, Kathy Najimy was born in San Diego, California to her mother Samia Massery, and father Fred Najimy. Her parents are Catholics of Lebanese heritage. She went to Crawford High School to study.
Kathy Najimy Husband
On August 8, 1995, Kathy Najimy got married to singer-actor Dan Finnerty. In 1996, they welcomed a daughter named Samia.
Kathy Najimy Children
Najimy has a daughter named Samia. Samia Najimy Finnerty is a native of New York City and an American singer-songwriter. She was born on December 12, 1996.
Kathy Najimy Siblings
There is no information on the internet to confirm whether Najimy has any siblings as of 2022. Not much is known about her family.