Heather Thomas Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Heather Thomas Net Worth $2 Million
Heather Thomas net worth: Heather Thomas is an American actress, screenwriter, writer, and activist who has a net worth of $2 million dollars. Heather Thomas was born in Greenwich, Connecticut, and graduated from UCLA Film School in the early 80s. She started playing professionally when she was in her early teens, hosting a celebrity interview show called “Speaking with a Giant”, on NBC. I Luv You”, “Swamp Thing”, “Point Man”, and “Against the Law”. She’s most commonly recognized for her costarring role on the show, “The Fall Guy”.
September 8, 1957
Greenwich, Connecticut, United States
Actor, Screenwriter, Author
UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, University of California, Los Angeles, Santa Monica High School
Harry M. Brittenham (m. 1992), Allen Rosenthal (m. 1985–1986)
Kristina Brittenham, India Rose Brittenham, Shauna Brittenham
Leon Thomas, Gladdy Lou Ryder
Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role
Zapped!, Ford: The Man and the Machine, Cyclone, Der Stein des Todes, The Dirty Dozen: The Fatal Mission, Against the Law, My Giant, Girltrash: All Night Long, Hidden Obsession, Flair
Gave birth to her 1st child at age 42, a daughter India Rose Brittenham on June 19, 2000. Child's father is her 2nd husband, Harry M. Brittenham.
In 1986 she was hit by a car while crossing San Vincente Boulevard and suffered fractures to both legs.
Best known by the public for her starring role as Jody Banks on The Fall Guy (1981).
Voted "Favorite Female Newcomer" in 1982 by readers of US magazine.
Wrote an unsold TV pilot for UPN called "School Slut" (2000)
Attended UCLA Film School c. 1976-1979 intending to write & direct.
Attended Santa Monica High School - Santa Monica, California (grad. 1975)
[Who said about Lee Majors, who played Colt Seavers, who in turn saw her got stoned off-camera]: I think he saw me passing out, once or twice, and I think he told people you might need some help. He was very supportive.
Even on The Fall Guy (1981), yes, I was the grotesque sex. But I also got to have a lot of fun, I got to drive a lot of funny cars. I learned to shoot all sorts of things and get in stunt fights. It wasn't Shakespeare, but it's fun!
[Who said about protecting herself, while living her own life]: I was not going to live in fear, and carry a gun. So, I had a bodyguard kinda living with me.
[on obsessed fans that were closer to her]: A couple of times, though, we had to get restraining orders, and there were guys who were climbing over the backgate with a knife, and another guy broken by my Brentwood home. They were trying to break in.
In our society, you know, there are people who are broken and your poster hangs in jail, as your poster hangs in jail, as your poster hangs in wards, so, I had a lot of stalkers.
I won't take my clothes off because I can't believe it's necessary. You can be sexy with your clothes on just as well as you can by taking off your blouse.