William Katt - More Posters & Photos »
Katt then got the role of Ralph Hinkley, a mild-mannered schoolteacher who is given a flying suit by aliens on the television series The Greatest American Hero in 1981, and played the role till the show was cancelled in 1983. Although Katt felt silly in the costume, it would become his most famous role. From 1987 onwards, Katt played the recurring role of detective Paul Drake Jr. in the periodic Perry Mason TV movies, co-starring with his mother Barbara Hale, who resumed her Della Street role from the original show's run.
Katt recently appeared in the 1991 sitcom Good Sports. He married his current wife Deborah Kahne on February 16, 1981, and has two sons, Clayton Alexander and Emerson Hunter.
William Katt Facts
|Birthday||February 16, 1951 (64)|
|Birthplace||Los Angeles, California, USA|
|Height||5' 8½" (1m74) How tall is William Katt compared to you?|
|House Double Feature|
|The Hit Car|
|The Greatest American Hero: The Complete Series|
|Perry Mason Double Feature: The Case of the Lady in the Lake / The Case of the Lethal Lesson|
|Perry Mason Double Feature: The Case of the Scandalous Scoundrel / The Case of the Avenging Ace|
|Stephen King DVD Collector Set|