William Katt - Personal Life

Personal Life

Katt married Deborah Kahane in 1979 and they had two sons, Clayton and Emerson. They divorced in 1986. He married Danielle Hirsch in 1993 and has a daughter with her, Dakota, as well as a stepson, Andrew.

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