Owen Wilson
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The Big Year
Jack Black
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Steve Martin
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Keith Carradine
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Rashida Jones
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JoBeth Williams

Knowledge Identifier: +JoBeth_Williams


JoBeth Williams

American film and television actress and director, and current President of the Screen Actors Guild Foundation add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1948.

Countries: United States (94%), (4%), United Kingdom (2%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Owen Wilson, The Big Year, Jack Black

Linked to: Brown University, Houston Independent School District, Jones High School, Trinity Repertory Company




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JoBeth Williams was born in 1948 add something


Williams' first television role was on the Boston-produced first-run syndicated children's television series "Jabberwocky", which debuted in 1974 add something


Don Galloway - In 1983, he appeared in the movie "The Big Chill" as the husband of the character played by Jobeth Williams


The Big Chill (film) - "'The Big Chill"' is a 1983 American comedy-drama film directed by Lawrence Kasdan, starring Tom Berenger, Glenn Close, Jeff Goldblum, William Hurt, Kevin Kline, Mary Kay Place, Meg Tilly, and JoBeth Williams


Joaquin Phoenix - In 1985, he appeared with JoBeth Williams in the CBS television movie "Kids Don't Tell"


Johnny Galecki - Galecki made his acting debut in the 1987 CBS miniseries "Murder Ordained" with JoBeth Williams and future "Roseanne" co-star John Goodman


Terry Kinney - In 1987, he starred as Pastor Tom Bird in the CBS miniseries "Murder Ordained" opposite JoBeth Williams


Keith Carradine - In 1987, he starred in the highly rated CBS miniseries "Murder Ordained" with JoBeth Williams and Kathy Bates


Zev Braun - The 1987-88 television season saw Braun's company bring to the screen the two-hour television movie, "Stillwatch", starring Lynda Carter and Angie Dickinson; a four-hour miniseries, "Murder Ordained", starring JoBeth Williams, Keith_Carradine and Terry Kinney; and a two-hour NBC movie, "The Father Clements Story", starring Louis Gossett, Jr., Malcolm-Jamal Warner and Carroll O'Connor


George Segal - His first starring role in many years came opposite JoBeth Williams in the 1992 comedy "Me, Myself & I"


In 1993, she anchored the improvised Showtime dramedy "Chantilly Lace" with Helen Slater and Martha Plimpton add something


In 1995 she was nominated for an Academy award for her 1994 live-action short, "On Hope" which starred Annette O'Toole add something


She had an Emmy-nominated guest starring role on "Frasier" and played Reggie Love in the 1995-1996 CBS series "The Client" , which lasted only 21 episodes but gained a wider audience when it was re-broadcast in reruns on the TNT Network add something


In 1997, she played a domineering lesbian in the independent comedy "Little City" with Jon Bon Jovi and a hysterical publishing editor in "Just Write" with Jeremy Piven add something


She appeared in one episode of the 1998 TV mini-series "From the Earth to the Moon" as Marge Slayton, the wife of Deke Slayton add something


In 1999, JoBeth teamed with John Larroquette and Julie Benz for the CBS network situation comedy "Payne" add something


Poltergeist (1982 film) - In 2002, on an episode of VH1's "I Love the '80s", JoBeth Williams revealed that the production used real human skeletons when filming the swimming pool scene


In 2005, she appeared in the Drew Barrymore- Jimmy Fallon baseball comedy "Fever Pitch" add something


She appeared on a 2006 episode of "24" as Christopher Henderson 's wife, Miriam, who literally takes a bullet for her husband add something


In 2007, she joined "Dexter" for a four-episode arc as the serial-killer's future mother-in-law add something


Also, she appeared in a memorable 2009 "Criminal Minds" listed as Special Guest Star in the episode, 'Empty Planet' as Professor Ursula Kent who helps the BAU with a bomb threat in Seattle add something


She has played the recurring role of Bizzy Forbes-Montgomery, mother of Kate Walsh's Addison, on ABC's "Private Practice" since 2009 add something


Eric Jungmann - Jungmann can be seen in the 2009 film "Timer" with Emma Caulfield and JoBeth Williams


In October 2011, she appeared with Steve Martin, Owen Wilson, Rashida Jones, and Jack Black in the birdwatching comedy "The Big Year", for Twentieth Century Fox. add something


Steve Martin - He appeared with Jack Black, Owen Wilson, and JoBeth Williams in the birdwatching comedy "The Big Year", in 2011


Rashida Jones - Jones' other 2011 films were "Friends with Benefits", starring Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis, "The Big Year", with Steve Martin, Owen Wilson, and JoBeth Williams, "The Muppets", with Jason Segel, Amy Adams and Chris Cooper, and "Our Idiot Brother", with Paul Rudd, Elizabeth Banks, and Emily Mortimer


David Frankel - His birdwatching comedy, "The Big Year", starring Steve Martin, Owen Wilson, JoBeth Williams, and Jack Black, was released in October 2011


Jack Black - His next film, "The Big Year", a competitive birdwatching comedy co-starring Owen Wilson, Steve Martin, and JoBeth Williams, was released in October 2011


She appears on 2014's Season 1, Episode 7 CBS's television Sci-Fi drama "Extant", as Leigh Kern add something