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Overview (1)

Date of Birth 27 May 1961New York City, New York, USA

Mini Bio (1)

Cathy Silvers (born May 27, 1961) is an American actress and author, and the daughter of legendary actor/comedian Phil Silvers. She is best known for her role as boy-crazy teenager Jenny Piccolo in later seasons of the TV sitcom Happy Days. Cathy is the author of Happy Days Healthy Living, Random House and owner of Healthy Living Organic Food business.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous

Spouse (1)

David Fullmer (8 December 2001 - present) (5 children)

Trivia (8)

Daughter of Phil Silvers and Evelyn Patrick.
She is a twin. Her sister, Candace Silvers, appeared with her in an episode of Happy Days (1974) and works as an acting coach in Los Angeles.
She has five children.
She's a Vegan.
Announcer for the TV Series SoapTalk (2002) on the cable station SoapNet. [August 2002]
Friends with Erin Moran.

Personal Quotes (4)

When I was filming Sgt. Bilko (1996), I had the feeling that he [my father, Phil Silvers] was there watching over us. For me it was overwhelming to be part of something my father had created. It was as heartwarming as it was fun. With all due respect to Steve Martin, he's just not my father. He was wise not to try to imitate what my father did. He created his own Bilko.
Sons and daughters of doctors, dentists and lawyers go to their fathers' offices. I went to movie and stage sets. I went to Beverly Hills High School and most of my friends' parents were in the business, too. Milton Berle lived next door to us and Lucille Ball lived at the end of the block. I grew up thinking acting was what everyone did.
It [Happy Days (1974)] couldn't have been a better initiation into the business. They were like one big happy family when I arrived, and they took me into their family. Everyone on the show was supportive and kind. I've done a lot of TV series work since and I've never had the situation duplicated.
My dad [Phil Silvers] made a guest appearance on one episode of Happy Days (1974), playing Jenny's father. It was magic. I'd always heard people talk about how exciting it was to work with my dad and I got to see why. He was really special. It was the only time we got to work together.

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