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Kathleen Gati

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Kathleen Gati (born 1967) is a Canadian TV and movie actress. Daughter of Hungarian immigrants in Canada, a symphony conductor and an opera singer, her career spanning the early 80s to present day. She has appeared in many productions, including All My Children, The Practice, NYPD Blue, ER, Meet the Fockers, Desperate Housewives and Las Vegas. She currently plays Russian First Lady Anya Suvarov on 24. Starred in the 2008 film The House Bunny. Description above from the Wikipedia article Kathleen Gati, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


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Born:
Aug 13, 1967
Movie/TV Credits:
28
First Appeared:
In the series General Hospital 1963-04-01
Latest Project:
Movie Christmas with the Andersons 2016-12-09
Known For
Poster of Arrow
Poster of Weeds
Poster of NCIS
Poster of 24
Filmography
Movie Christmas with the Andersons Anastasia 2016-12-09
Series Fear the Walking Dead Deirdre 2015-08-23
Series The Fosters Unknown 2013-06-03
Series Arrow Raisa 2012-10-10
Movie The Future Dr. Straus 2011-02-15
Movie Little Birds Sally Heron 2011-01-23
Series Alphas Zahra Pirzad 2011-07-11
Series The Mentalist Mariska 2008-09-23
Movie Strangers Unknown 2008-11-13
Movie The Elder Son Fedya's Wife 2006-01-01
Movie Little Miss Christmas Miss Thornton 2006-12-05
Series Weeds Olga 2005-08-07
Series Ghost Whisperer Unknown 2005-09-23
Series Desperate Housewives Unknown 2004-10-03
Movie Ghost Dog: A Detective Tail Madame Wanda 2003-01-10
Series NCIS Unknown 2003-09-23
Series Carnivàle Unknown 2003-09-14
Series Las Vegas Unknown 2003-09-22
Movie Man of the Year Ella 2002-04-12
Movie Igby Goes Down Ida 2002-09-13
Series 24 Anya Suvarov 2001-11-06
Movie Jakob the Liar Hocker 1999-09-16
Movie The Zone CIA Technician 1995-11-16
Movie A Change of Place Mimi 1994-10-09
Movie Senkiföldje Ági 1993-10-27
Movie Frankenhooker Corner Hooker #1 1990-06-01
Movie Forever, Lulu 1987-04-24
Series General Hospital Liesl Obrecht 1963-04-01