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Kathy married David Travis in 1981, and they have a son named Reid.
Kathy Garver had her first acting role at age 9 in the film I'll Cry Tomorrow.
In 1960, Garver released a Christmas song called "Lem, the Orphan Reindeer" on the Aquarian label, distributed by Bell Records. The song was written by Tommy Boyce, Bobby Hart, and E. Justin, and arranged by Jimmie Haskell.
Garver later moved to San Bernardino, California, where she entered Pacific High School in 1960 and remained there until graduation in 1964. After high school, she entered UCLA, majoring in speech and drama, until her graduation in 1968. Garver was a member of Pi Beta Phi fraternity for women at UCLA.
In 1965, Garver played a youthful Isadora Duncan, with June Lockhart as librarian Ina Coolbrith, the first poet laureate of California, in the episode "Magic Locket" of the syndicated western television series Death Valley Days. In the story line, Coolbrith develops a tenuous friendship with the teen-aged free spirit, "Dorita Duncan". A year later, she had a supporting role in "Lady of the Plains".
In 1966, while studying at UCLA, she auditioned for, and won, the role of "Cissy" Davis, the eldest of the three siblings on Family Affair. Garver had been a fan of series star Brian Keith since she was ten years old and had guest-starred on his earlier CBS series about the Cold War, Crusader. Family Affair ran for five seasons.
In 1969, Garver appeared as Laura Hayden in The Big Valley season 4 episode "The Royal Road".
In 1995, a Golden Palm Star on the Palm Springs, California Walk of Stars was dedicated to her. Garver has won two Audie Awards, one for her narration of The World's Shortest Stories, the other in 2004 for her direction of Amy Tan in The Opposite of Fate read by the author. In 2010, Garver was honored by the Young Artist Foundation with its Former Child Star "Lifetime Achievement" Award for her role in Family Affair. The Southern California Motion Picture Council bestowed the honor of the Golden Halo Lifetime Achievement Award in Entertainment to Ms. Garver in 2016.
As of November 1994, Garver was living in Hillsborough, California, with her husband, David Travis, and their adolescent son, Reid. She kept in touch with and visited her Family Affair co-star Brian Keith until his death on June 24, 1997, and attended his funeral.
On June 26, 2008, she attended the Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony when Brian Keith was awarded a star posthumously; Garver gave a speech on his behalf.
In 2009, Garver co-authored, with Geoffrey Mark, The Family Affair Cookbook. In September 2015, Amazon Books published her autobiography, Surviving Cissy: My Family Affair Of Life In Hollywood.
Currently, Kathy Garver is 75 years old. Kathy Garver will celebrate 76th birthday on Monday, December 13, 2021. Below we countdown to Kathy Garver upcoming birthday.