|This page does not adhere to the layout guide.
Please help the ABC Wiki by editing this page to be conform the set layout guidelines.
The Farmer's Daughter is an ABC network sitcom series executively produced by Harry Ackerman, starring Inger Stevens as Katrin "Katy" Holstrum.
The show aired from September 20, 1963 to April 22, 1966, lasting for three seasons & 101 episodes. It was also sponsored by Lark Cigarettes and Clairol.
The series centered on Katy Holstrum, a young Swedish woman who becomes a housekeeper for widowed U.S. Congressman, Glen Morley and his two sons, Steve & Danny.
- Inger Stevens as Katrin "Katy" Holstrum
- William Windom as Glen Morley
- Mickey Sholdar as Steve Morley
- Rory O'Brien as Danny Morley
- Cathleen Nesbitt as Agatha Morley
- Philip Coolidge as Cooper, the butler (1963–1964)