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Isa Thomas (1932–2008)

Isa Thomas was born on August 6, 1932 in the USA. She was an actress, known for Walking and Talking (1996), MURDER and murder (1996) and Iron Jawed Angels (2004). She was married to Eberle Thomas. She died on April 8, 2008 in Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »


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Known For

Walking and Talking
Walking and Talking Aunt Cynthia
MURDER and murder
Iron Jawed Angels
Iron Jawed Angels Matron Herndon
Red Betsy
Red Betsy Grandma K


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 2007 New York City Serenade
Photo Customer
 2004 Iron Jawed Angels (TV Movie)
Matron Herndon
 2003 EyeToy: Play (Video Game)
Additional Voices (voice, as Isa Thom)
 2003 Red Betsy
Grandma K
 2002 Law & Order: Criminal Intent (TV Series)
Mrs. Gerrigan
- Shandeh (2002) ... Mrs. Gerrigan
 2002 WiseGirls
Grandmother Nell
 2000 Under Hellgate Bridge
Hospital Nurse #1
 1991-1999 Law & Order (TV Series)
Melva Clayman / Gwen Matson
- Admissions (1999) ... Melva Clayman
- Life Choice (1991) ... Gwen Matson
 1996 MURDER and murder
 1996 Harvest of Fire (TV Movie)
 1996 Walking and Talking
Aunt Cynthia
 1984 American Playhouse (TV Series)
Doris Rohl
- A Flash of Green (1984) ... Doris Rohl
 1978 The Great Wallendas (TV Movie)
Edith Wallenda

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Other Works:

(1995, July) Played Aunt Nonnie in the Tennessee Williams play "Sweet Bird of Youth" at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, Williamstown, Massachusetts. See more »

Alternate Names:

Isa Thom

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