with Children and the voice of Leela on the animated series Futurama.She was nominated for four Golden Globe Awards for "Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy" and two American Comedy Awards for her work on Married... Sagal has been the voice of Futurama and its direct-to-DVD movies since 1999.Sagal guest starred as Edna Hyde, Steven Hyde's mother, in three episodes of That '70s Show. Sagal was cast as the wife of John Ritter in the sitcom 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter in 2002. In 2007, she had a role in the season finale of The Winner.Ritter was in only three episodes of the second season before his death. She played the part of Glen Abbot's former, and Josh's current, teacher, with whom Glen has his first sexual experience.That look for the character was used in the series. She also did some acting on children's cartoon Recess. In 1999, Matt Groening cast her as the cyclopian spaceship captain, Leela, in his science fiction cartoon comedy Futurama.As Peg, she wore the wig, capri-length leggings with a large belt, and high heels. The show had a cult following but was ended after five years.She also starred as the adventurous 19-year-old college dropout granddaughter of Betty White's lead character in the Hallmark Channel's Original TV movie "Annie's Point" (2005).
She currently resides in Los Angeles where's she recently purchased a new home.
Next, she will appear in the upcoming films "Goyband," a comedy by Christopher Grimm in which she will team up with Adam Pascal and Natasha Lyonne, and "Drop Point," a thriller by Nick Lyon in which she will act opposite Sunny Mabrey (attached).
Arizona Native On September 15, 1979, Amy Davidson was born in Phoenix, Arizona, where she attended Shadow Mountain High School, Phoenix, Arizona.
This led to her being cast as Peggy Bundy on the sitcom Married... She played the part of a lower-class, sex-starved wife of shoe salesman Al Bundy.
During her audition, Sagal brought her own red bouffant wig. with Children, Sagal did many more television movies.