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Katey Sagal Joins THERE'S ALWAYS WOODSTOCK Film

December 18
8:11 2012
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According to Deadline.com, Katey Sagal has been cast in the film There's Always Woodstock as 'Lee Ann', owner of the SHOP coffeehouse in upstate New York.

Read the original report here.

The "Sons of Anarchy" star joins Allison Miller (NBC's "Go On"), previously announced in the lead character 'Catherine Brown'. The film centers on Brown, who returns to her recently deceased parents' house in Woodstock for the summer.

Directed by Rita Merson, There's Always Woodstock is produced by Peter Schafer, Jenny Hinkley, Joe Dain, Jim Klock and David Guillod.

Katey Sagal's TV credits include her role as 'Peggy Bundy' in FOX's Married...with Children, which earned her four Golden Globe Award nominations, her voice work as 'Leela' on Futurama, 8 Simple Rules, and, of course, FX's Sons of Anarchy, for which she won a 2011 Golden Globe. Sagal is also a singer/songwriter, having released the albums "Well..." and "Room".

Sagal recently appeared onstage in Center Theatre Group's production of Harps and Angels in 2010.

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