THERE must have been a time when Katey Sagal thought she would be forever stereotyped as Peg Bundy on Married With Children. But she’s finally broken free. This year, Sagal, 57, won a Golden Globe for her searing portrayal of bikie matriarch Gemma Teller Morrow in Sons of Anarchy. Also an accomplished singer, Sagal has released two solo albums, done back- up vocals for Bob Dylan and Bette Midler, and is the voice of Leela on Futurama. Q. Gemma is one tough character. How did you get the role? A. My husband [ Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter] had talked about trying to find something to do together. He wrote the character with me in mind. Q. What do you make of Gemma? A. Gemma is a survivor. My sense of her is that she grew up in Charming, ran away from home when she was about 15, and hooked up with this motorcycle club. I did research on motorcycle culture. It is a pretty misogynist world she lives in, but she is the queen bee. Q. Do you miss doing comedies? A. I loved all 11 years of Married With Children, but now I’m doing Gemma I love that. I’m not yearning to be funny. Q. Any music plans? A. I’m toying with the idea of recording some songs that would be a new CD. I have a band, I play around locally. I love to sing. Q. What was it like being a back- up singer for Bob Dylan? A. Bob Dylan fired me. I was 19 and I was so starstruck being in the same room with him I could barely speak, let alone do my job. Q. You have three kids. What sort of mum are you? A. Children always need their mummy. What is great about my job is that I basically work in the summer months, so I have the school year off. Q. When the public recognise you, is it because of Peg Bundy or Gemma? A. Lately it’s more Sons of Anarchy and Futurama.