Kathy Najimy Daughter, Husband, Net Worth

Kathy Najimy Daughter, Husband, Net Worth: Kathy Ann Najimy is an American actress and activist. She is best known for her roles in the films Soapdish, Sister Act, Hocus Pocus, Hope Floats, The Wedding Planner (2001), and Rat Race (2001). (1997–2010).

Kathy Najimy Daughter, Husband, Net Worth
Kathy Najimy Daughter, Husband, Net Worth


Kathy Najimy Daughter, Husband, Net Worth

Net Worth $8 Million
Name Kathy Najimy
Age 65 Years Old
Height 1.68M
Profession Actor, Director
Husband Dan Finnerty
Children’s Samia


Early Life

Kathy Najimy was born on February 6th, 1957 in San Diego, California to Lebanese parents, Samia (Massery) and Fred Najimy, a postal worker. In 1946, her mother emigrated to the United States from Lebanon. Her father died when she was 14 years old, and she was raised as a Maronite Catholic. Najimy graduated from San Diego State University in 1995 after attending Crawford High School.

Personal life

Kathy Najimy is married to former comedian and singer Dan Finnerty. Her husband was a member of the Dan Band in 1998. The couple has a daughter, Samia, a singer and songwriter. Before marriage, she had already had an abortion when she was 18.

Awards and Nominations


  • 3 OFTA Television Awards (1998, 2001)
  • 3 CableACE Awards (1995,1993)
  • Annie Award (2001)
  • American Comedy Award (1993)


  • Q Award (1996)
  • OFTA Television Award (1998)
  • MTV Movie Award (1993)
  • Saturn Award (1994)


Kathy Najimy began her acting career in the early 1990s, playing several offbeat film supporting roles. She landed her first lead role in the 1992 comedy Sister Act. After that, she appeared as Mary Sanderson in the fantasy comedy Hocus Pocus. She then acted in other films such as The Rat Race, Wall-E, and Madea’s Christmas. Najimy has also appeared in various television roles. In 1994, she was in the medical drama series Chicago’s Hope. After that, she became a part of the NBC sitcom Veronica’s Closet. She has appeared in various Broadway productions along with her film and television roles. In 1992, she co-wrote and directed the musical revue Back to Bacharach and David.

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