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Catherine Bach : Catherine Bach is all about her dogs, not the General. The actress was recently seen walking her three dogs with a caregiver in Los Angeles.

Catherine Bach : A star of ‘Dukes of Hazzard,’ takes a stroll with her ‘puppies’ in Los Angeles

catherine bachCatherine Bach is all about her dogs, not the General. The actress was recently seen walking her three dogs with a caregiver in Los Angeles.

She is best known for her role as Daisy Duke in the TV series “The Dukes of Hazzard.”

The 67-year-old opted for a laid-back approach as she pushed one of her adoring canines in a stroller while her companion handled two others, including a German Shephard.

Bach’s hair was noticeably darker, and she took frequent breaks to put on her reading glasses and check her phone.

Bach took to Instagram on July 3 to share a cute photo of her pets.

She captioned the shot, “Is it possible to upload too many puppy pictures?” “I’m looking for a companion.”

In Hollywood, Bach has kept a modest profile. She last appeared in the soap opera “The Young and the Restless” as Anita Lawson from 2012 to 2019.

In 2019, she reunited with her “Dukes of Hazzard” co-star Tom Wopat for the “Good Ole Boys Tour” in Bakersfield, California, to commemorate the show’s 40th anniversary.

From 1979 through 1985, “The Dukes of Hazzard” followed the exploits of “the fast-drivin’, rubber-burnin’ Duke boys of Hazzard County.”

Bach told Fox News in 2019 that she didn’t want to play Daisy Duke at first. Producers originally wanted a Dolly Parton lookalike to play the sensuous country girl, she revealed.

“Here’s the thing: they’ve been looking for that part for a year,” Bach said of the famous character’s casting.

“They visited New York, Chicago, Atlanta, and California, among other places. Nothing. So I said, ‘Thank you for thinking of me… but you don’t have to.

I simply didn’t believe I stood a chance. ‘I really want you to come in,’ [show creator Gy Waldron] remarked.”

“…there was complete stillness when I finished my reading during the audition,” Bach added. “‘Oh no, they didn’t like what I did,’ I thought. Then everyone – approximately 30 individuals – sprang to their feet and began clapping.

They simply agreed with my interpretation of how this segment should be performed. I was on a plane to Georgia two weeks later.”

Bach also claimed that she had no love feelings for Wopat or John Schneider.

“Let me say this – as much as those guys were the most charming, sexiest friends and men on the earth, and people all over the world simply adored them,” she explained, “they were really like my siblings.

“As much as I admire them, there’s no way I’d be hooking up with them, as you suggest. Simply ask your brother or someone else who is close to you, “Can I do this?”

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