Katy Mixon is an American celebrity with a net worth of $2 million dollars. Produced in Pensacola, Florida, in 1981, Katy Mixon was born into a household of seven kids. She earned her degree in the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama. Mixon has said she brought in about twelve dollars for every single performance of the show. Soon after, she moved to la, where she continued working as a stage performer in the Los Angeles Edgefest, appearing in “American Standard”.
Katy Mixon Net Worth $2 Million Dollars
Katy made her onscreen introduction as Michelle Fell in the 2005 feature film “The Quiet”. Mixon scored several other little parts before joining the cast of the CBS hit show “Mike & Molly” as Victoria Flynn. Mixon outdated TV host and cook Bobby Deen for 3 years.
March 30, 1981
Pensacola, Florida, United States
Carnegie Mellon University's School Of Drama, Carnegie Mellon University
Dorothy Mixon, Peter Mixon
Gotham Independent Film Award for Best Ensemble Performance (2011)
“State of Play” (2009), “Blind Dating” (2006), “Drive Angry” (2011), “Take Shelter” (2011), “The Quiet” (2005), “Four Christmases” (2008)
“Two and a Half Man” (2009-2010), “Eastbound & Down” (2009-2013), “Mike and Molly”, “American Housewife”, “All About Steve”
Was formerly in a relationship with Bobby Deen (2010-2013).
Is engaged to Breaux Greer with whom she is dating since 2014.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at Carnegie Mellon University. [September 2000]
(December 1, 2016) Expecting her first child, a son, with her fiance Breaux Greer.
Pensacola, Florida. [June 1999]
Cedar City, Utah. [June 2000]
Hollywood, California. [August 2003]
Has six siblings.
After leaving her hometown of Pensacola, Florida, she attended Carnegie Mellon University's prestigious School Of Drama in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, before moving to Los Angeles in 2003.
Pensacola isn't Florida, really. It's the Panhandle. It's right up there near Alabama and Louisiana. It's, like, a stroll away from New Orleans. I feel like New Orleans is home.
My very first acting job ever, the first time I got paid to be an actress, was in 2001, right between my sophomore and junior year in college, when I was just 19 years old. I got paid $250 every two weeks, 10 shows a week, to be in the Utah Shakespearean Festival. I was Calpurnia in 'Julius Caesar.'
I'm loving 'We Are Young,' by Fun. Really gets the morning rockin' to a great start.
You can't do Shakespeare with a Southern accent, honey.
A lot of people don't know that my background is completely classical. For a while there, I was all about Molière and the Greeks and Brecht and Tennessee Williams.
Eastbound & Down (2009) is giving you a rhythm. It's just a whole different vibe with improv. As an actor, I just kind of exercise within my environment and adjust, depending on where I'm at.