Kitty Szekely doesn’t belong to the entertainment world, but her name often makes headlines as she is the daughter of the renowned comedian Louis C.K. Her mother Alix Bailey, on the other hand, is a painter.
Kitty Szekely's early life
A native of the United States, Kitty Szekely was born in 2002. She has a sister, Mary Louise Szekely, who is three years younger than her.
Kitty is the first child of Louis C.K and Alix Bailey. By nationality, Kitty is an American, and she is of Hungarian-Mexican descent. Her paternal grandfather Dr. Geza Szekely was Hungarian whereas her paternal grandmother Rosario Sachez Morales was a Mexican. Kitty Szekely is also of Irish, Italian, and Jewish ancestry.
At the young age of six, Kitty had to face emotional trauma of her parent’s divorce. Her parents tied the knot in 1995. Within 7 years, the couple became the parents of Kitty and after three more years, in 2005, they became the parents of Mary Louise.
However, after living together for thirteen years, they parted their ways in 2008. The genuine reason for their divorce is still unknown.
After the divorce, Louis and Alix agreed to share joint custody of their daughters. Kitty Szekely and her sister Mary, live with their mother in New York most of the time and visits their father from time to time.
Kitty Szekely's personal life
Currently 16, Kitty Szekely is a private person. She is much concerned regarding her private life and has distanced herself from the media. So far, there is no news and rumors about her affairs and boyfriend. Hence, she is concluded to be single. Likewise, she is unmarried as she is just a child.
Like her mother, Kitty Szekely is believed to have a penchant for painting.
Kitty Szekely's net worth
Talking about Kitty Szekely's financial aspects, Kitty’s net worth remains undisclosed. But her father Louis, who is alleged of several sexual misconducts, has a net worth estimated to be $25 million. Louis is a highly successful stand-up comedian as well as a TV actor, writer, and filmmaker.
He is the winner of six “Primetime Emmy Awards,” “Peabody Awards,” two “Grammy Award” and numerous awards for his work in “The Chris Rock Show,” “Live at The Beacon Theater,” “Louie,” and “Oh My God.”