While she hasn’t as many movies and TV series under her belt as the other co-stars from Dukes of Hazzard, Catherine Bach is definitely one of the favorite characters in the show, even more liked than the brothers themselves.
Of course, he appeared in the dreams of many of us back when we watched the show for the first time – she was the Leia of the TV shows, so to speak. After all, she isn’t known just for her 1974 Plymouth Road Runner…
Of course, everybody dreamt about something else than the car. And, of course, I am talking about her voluptuous forms, which she always put in a better light. Everybody knows that she designed herself many of the outfits she has worn while on Dukes of Hazzard, especially during the first season of the series.
As she said, she was supposed to wear some clothes which made her resemble Dolly Parton (including in here a blonde wig). But she came up with her own ideas, which in turn broke the hearts of many that have watched the show. From the Daisy Dukes to her tops and even more, she made quite the impression.
If you didn’t know this, you can now buy original clothing from her own website, clothing that would make the perfect gift for your partner (www.catherinebach.com). As the actress said, she used to dress up not just for the show, but for her husband as well.
She is also passionate not just for clothing, but also for cars, just like in the Dukes of Hazzard. As the actress said, she grew up in South Dakota, where people work daily (especially during the cold winters) in their garages on tuning up their cars. This passion was transmitted to her too and it grew once she began working on the show.
The actress (who starred in several other TV shows, including more recently in The Young and the Restless) also said that the time spent on the set of the Dukes of Hazzard was the most fun she ever had while being on a show.
Furthermore, she said that she didn’t see the movie – however, she felt a bit proud for the way other actors tried to copy the show. She also said that she didn’t even talk to Jessica Simpson (who played Daisy in 2005), not because she didn’t want to, but because she wasn’t invited at all.