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Joan Tewkesbury

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Biography

Redlands, California, USA
Joan Tewkesbury began her career at age ten as a dancer in The Unfinished Dance. A few years later she appeared as an Ostrich, an Indian and Mary Martin's flying understudy in Jerome Robbin's Peter Pan. She attended University of Southern California, became a choreographer, a theatre director, a script supervisor for Robert Altman's McCabe and Mrs. Miller then a writer of feature films, "Thieves Like Us" and "Nashville" and the director of "Old Boyfriends" which was presented at "Director's Fortnight" at the Cannes Film Festival. Read more...

Actor

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Character: Joan Tewkesbury

The Player 1992

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Character: Tom's Lover / Kenny's Mother

Nashville 1975

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Character: Mrs. Belknap

It's a Man's World 1962

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Writing