Joan Tewkesbury

Joan Tewkesbury

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    • April 8th, 1936
Joan Tewkesbury (born April 8, 1936) is an American film and television director, screenwriter, playwright, author, producer, choreographer and actress. She had a long association with the celebrated director Robert Altman, writing the screenplays for Thieves Like Us (1974), and Nashville (1975), widely regarded as "Altman's masterpiece", and which earned her a nomination for the BAFTA Award for Best Screenplay. She has directed numerous hours of episodic television, including for Disney, HBO, CBS, TNT, and NBC. Description above from the Wikipedia article Joan Tewkesbury, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia. ​


Acting (4 Credits)

1975Nashville as Tom's Lover / Kenny's Mother (uncredited) (voice)
1974Thieves Like Us as Lady in Train Station
1964Man's Favorite Sport? as Woman in Elevator (uncredited)
1960Peter Pan as Ostrich

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