Catherine Bach

Catherine Bach is a true American original. An actress, activist and businesswoman; Catherine has transcended the character that made her a household name and remains one of the most sought after personalities in Hollywood. It was a pair of cut-offs fashioned for her character Daisy Duke on the long running television series THE DUKES OF HAZZARD that captured the attention of millions of fans and made her a star! This is thanks to Catherine's own sense of style and imagination that Daisy Dukes are now a part of the popular vernacular. While she was starring on The Dukes of Hazzard, her legs were insured for $1,000,000. In the early 80's, Catherine's famous pin up poster outpaced other contemporary beauties and sold more than 5 million copies making her a national icon.

The show continues to run in syndication on television and is also available on DVD. Since DUKES OF HAZZARD, Catherine has starred in numerous television, film and stage productions. Most notably, the actress reinvented her babe in shorts image when she tackled the role of tough businesswoman Margo Dutton on FOX Family Channel's critically acclaimed series AFRICAN SKIES. Filmed in South Africa, Catherine's passion for the environment and animal rights was ignited. In 1994 the actress testified before Congress on behalf of the Rhinoceros and Tiger Conservation Act. As a mother, Catherine is naturally concerned about children. In 1998, she and husband Peter Lopez became founding members of C.O.A.C.H. For Kids which provides free medical services, via mobile medical clinics, for children and their families in low income areas of Los Angeles County. As an entrepreneur, Catherine's artistic and business savvy, led to a successful run on QVC Europe where she sold her own line of jewelry. In 2007 she successfully launched her own CB brand clothing line. In 2012, Bach joined the cast of CBS daytime soap opera, The Young and the Restless in the recurring role of Anita Lawson. 

Catherine Bach will be appearing at Hamilton Comic Con both days.