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Net Worth:
$8 Million
Jul 25, 1961 (62 years old)
5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)
United States of America
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Katherine Kelly Lang is an American actress and producer who has a net worth of $8 million. Katherine Kelly Lang is best known for her role as Brooke Logan on the soap opera "The Bold and the Beautiful" (1987–present), which has earned her four Daytime Emmy nominations. Lang was 18 years old when she made her film debut in 1979's "Skatetown U.S.A.," and she had a recurring role on the HBO series "1st & Ten" (1986) before landing the role of Brooke Logan. Katherine has more than 30 acting credits to her name, including the films "Evilspeak" (1981), "The Night Stalker" (1987), "Till the End of the Night" (1995), and "Stan the Man" (2020), the TV movie "Desperate Lives" (1982), the miniseries "Lonesome Dove: The Outlaw Years" (1996), and the television series "Happy Days" (1984), "The Fall Guy" (1986), "Magnum, P.I." (1987), and "The Young and the Restless" (1999; 2007). Lang has also served as a producer on the TV movie "The Grove" (2013), the short film "Mateo" (2014), the film "Monolith" (2016), and the web series "Venice the Series" (2013–2016).

Early Life

Katherine Kelly Lang was born Katherine Kelly Wegeman on July 25, 1961, in Hollywood, California. Her mother, Judith Lang, is a former actress, and her father, Keith R. Wegeman, was a ski jumper who competed in the 1952 Winter Olympics. Sadly, Keith died of cancer in 1974 at the age of 44. Lang was just 13 years old when she lost her father, and she later became an ambassador for the charity Amgen's Breakaway From Cancer. She told "Soaps in Depth" in 2015, "My dad, my grandpa and my grandma all died from colon cancer, so I've seen what people go through. This charity helps people from the moment of their diagnosis all the way through their surviving it. About 1,500 people die of cancer every day in the United States alone, and you can imagine what that number would be world wide." Katherine's maternal grandfather, Charles Lang, was a cinematographer who earned 18 Academy Award nominations, winning for "A Farewell to Arms" in 1934. Katherine attended Beverly Hills High School.


In 1979, Lang co-starred with Patrick Swayze, Scott Baio, Flip Wilson, and Maureen McCormick in the musical comedy "Skatetown, U.S.A.," then she appeared in the 1981 horror film "Evilspeak" and the 1982 TV movie "Desperate Lives." She guest-starred on "The Powers of Matthew Star" (1983), "Masquerade" (1983), "Happy Days" (1984), "Riptide" (1984), "Legmen" (1984), "Dreams" (1984), "Crazy Like a Fox" (1985), "The Fall Guy" (1986), "The Last Precinct" (1986), "The Magical World of Disney" (1986), and "Magnum, P.I." (1987), and she appeared in The Beach Boys' 1985 music videos for "Getcha Back" and "It's Gettin' Late." In 1986, Katherine had a recurring role as Annie on HBO's "1st & Ten," and the following year, she began starring as Brooke Logan on the CBS soap opera "The Bold and the Beautiful." She has earned numerous Daytime Emmy and "Soap Opera Digest" Award nominations for her performance, and she has reprised the role in five episodes of "The Young and the Restless."

Lang appeared in the films "Jocks" (1986), "The Night Stalker" (1987), "Made in U.S.A." (1987), "Delta Fever" (1987), and "Till the End of the Night" (1995) and the TV movie "Subliminal Seduction" (1996), and she played Enona in the miniseries "Lonesome Dove: The Outlaw Years" (1996). She took part in the Italian dancing competition "Ballando con le stelle" in 2014, and she competed on the Australian reality series "I'm a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!" in 2019. Katherine lent her voice to the 2016 film "Monolith," then she appeared in "Dear Diary I Died" (2016), "Garlic & Gunpowder" (2017), "Dagli Occhi dell'Amore" (2019), "Stan the Man" (2020), "The Christmas Dance" (2021), and "The Magic" (2021). She appeared as herself in a 2016 episode of the Australian soap opera "Neighbours" and a 2018 episode of the South African soap opera "Isidingo," and in 2019, she guest-starred on the Greek soap opera "8 lexeis."

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Personal Life

Katherine was married to Skott Snider from 1989 to 1995, and they had two sons together, Jeremy (born 1990) and Julian (born 1992). Lang wed Alex D'Andrea on July 2, 1997, and they welcomed daughter Zoe that year. The couple divorced in 2014, and during the marriage, Katherine was stepmother to Alex's daughter Danyelle, who was born in 1991. In May 2012, Lang underwent surgery after dislocating her foot and ankle while horseback riding. She shared the news on Instagram, posting photos of herself in the hospital with the caption, "It was a beautiful day! At around 16 miles I got off my horse to walk down a steep and very rocky trail to give her a break. At the bottom of the trail I tripped on a rock and my left foot took the pounding. My ankle and foot dislocated off to the left at a 90 degree angle to my leg. I pushed it back into place. It was so gross but I had to do it." Katherine revealed that she had surgery after X-rays showed that she had broken three bones in her ankle.

Awards and Nominations

Lang has earned five Daytime Emmy nominations: America's Favorite Couple (shared with Sean Kanan, 2002), Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series (2013), and Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series (2014 and 2020) for "The Bold and the Beautiful" and Outstanding Digital Daytime Drama Series (2017) for "Venice the Series." She has received seven "Soap Opera Digest" Award nominations for "The Bold and the Beautiful": Outstanding Heroine (1991 and 2001), Hottest Female Star (1993 and 1994), Hottest Soap Couple (shared with Ronn Moss, 1995), Outstanding Lead Actress (2003), and Favorite Triangle (shared with Ronn Moss and Jack Wagner, 2005). Katherine won Soap Opera Update — MVP Awards for Best Actress in 1990, 1991, and 1995, and she earned TV Soap Golden Boomerang Awards for Most Popular Couple (shared with Ronn Moss, 2004 and 2006), Most Popular Female (2004 and 2006), and Most Popular Storyline (shared with Jennifer Finnigan and Ronn Moss, 2004). She has also received Soap Hub Award nominations for Favorite Social Media Star (2020) and Favorite "The Bold And the Beautiful" Actress (2020 and 2021), a Gold Derby Award nomination for Supporting Actress – Daytime Drama (2012), and an Online Film & Television Association Award nomination for Best Actress in a Daytime Serial (2002).

Real Estate

In 2014, Lang paid $650,000 for a 1,900 square foot home in the Glassell Park area of Los Angeles. In 2017, she put the three-bedroom, two-bathroom home on the market for $815,000.

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