Catherine Russoff, who is the wife of MWC co-star Ed O'Neill, appeared twice in different roles on the series.
|General Actor Information|
|Also known as:||Catherine Russoff-O'Neill|
|Birthplace:||Teaneck, New Jersey, U.S.|
|Years active:||1974 – present|
|Also known for:||appearances on NBC's "Highway To Heaven" and the 1989 TV film "The Whereabouts of Jenny"|
|Spouse(s):||Ed O'Neill, 1986-present|
|Character/Appearance on MWC:||as Mona Squab in the episode "Just Married...With Children" in Season 2|
as Betsy in the episode "If Al Had A Hammer" in Season 6
Catherine Russoff (born 1954) appeared twice in different roles on Married with Children; first as as Mona Squab in the episode "Just Married...With Children" in Season Two, then as Betsy in the episode "If Al Had a Hammer" in Season Six. She is the wife of MWC star Ed O'Neill, who plays the part of Al Bundy on the series. Born and raised in Teaneck, NJ, Catherine graduated from Teaneck High School in 1972.
Catherine has appeared in numerous television and film roles. She is most recognized for her work in episodes of the new Adam-12 series (1989) as well as NBC-TV's Highway To Heaven and NBC's short-lived Midnight Caller series (1989), and the TV movie The Whereabouts of Jenny.
Catherine has been married to Ed O'Neill since 1986. In 1989, the couple separated but reconciled in 1993. They have two daughters: Claire, born in 1996, and Sophia, born in 1999.