Where Is She Now: Kay Lenz (Actress) as Edith - Breezy.
Name: Kay Ann Lenz
Born: March 4, 1953 in Los Angeles, California
Claim To Fame: This is a tough one. Kay flirted with stardom in the 70's after being cast
by director Clint Eastwood in the film 'Breezy' as a plucky, troubled
hippie/free spirit who has an affair with a much older businessman.
Kay was singled out for her affecting performance but the film was ignored.
When I think of Kay the first thing that comes to my mind is that she was
married to former teen idol David Cassidy.
If not that then her role as the object of Rod Stewart's affection in the music
video for his "Infatuation" single.
Family Life: David Cassidy (April 1977 - 1983) (divorced)
Father: Ted Lenz (producer)
Info: Her father was producer/commentator Ted Lenz and her mother model/radio engineer Kay Miller Lenz. At the ripe old age of eight weeks, Kay appeared on her first TV show produced by her dad as a baby being held up and sung to. She continued on in her father's TV shows and
commercials throughout her childhood.
Trivia: Kay is a former teen rider on the rodeo circuit.
In the 1992 movie 'Ladybugs' she was the voice heard over the public address
She was the voice of Cowlamity Kate in the animated television series the Wild
West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa.
In the 60's she acted and sang on the TV show, "My Genie and Me" at age 11;
performed on 165 episodes
1988/89: Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series in "Midnight
1974/75: Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Actress in a Daytime Drama Special in
"Heart in Hiding".
Where Is She Now: Kay was away from acting for a few years and just this year she's back on the small screen in the TNT series 'Heartland'. She's only on for one episode.