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Heather Thomas

Actress + Screenwriter + Author + Political Activist
Born Sep 8, 1957

Heather Anne Thomas is an American actress, screenwriter, author and political activist, best known for her co-starring role as Jody Banks on the TV series The Fall Guy.

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1957 Birth Born on September 8, 1957.


1975 17 Years Old Thomas was born in Greenwich, Connecticut, to Gladdy Lou Ryder, who was a special education teacher in the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District. She graduated from Santa Monica High School in 1975 and went on to attend UCLA Film School, graduating in 1980. … Read More


1978 20 Years Old In 1978 she began acting in small television roles; she appeared in the series Co-Ed Fever, of which she later said "It was cancelled after the third commercial."
1981 23 Years Old She got her biggest part as "Jody Banks" in 1981 in Lee Majors' The Fall Guy television series and held that role until 1986, when the show was canceled.
1985 27 Years Old She married Allen Rosenthal, one of the co-founders of Cocaine Anonymous, in August 1985; they divorced around September 1986.


1992 34 Years Old Thomas then married entertainment attorney Skip Brittenham in October 1992. … Read More


1998 40 Years Old She appeared in several movies but quit acting in 1998. … Read More


2008 50 Years Old In April 2008, Thomas' first novel, Trophies, was published by William Morrow.
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