Phil Donahue
(Movies & TV)
Elaine May
(Movies & TV)
Harold Gould
(Movies & TV)
Melina Mercouri
(Movies & TV)
Ruth Buzzi
(Movies & TV)
Arthur Laurents
Danny Thomas
(Movies & TV)

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Marlo Thomas

Knowledge Identifier: +Marlo_Thomas


Marlo Thomas

American actress, producer, and social activist known for her starring role on the TV series That Girl add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1937.

Countries: United States (88%), (8%), Greece (4%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Phil Donahue, Elaine May, Harold Gould

Linked to: Marymount High School, University of Southern California, Actors Studio, Investigation Discovery




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Marlo Thomas was born in 1937 add something


Ruth Buzzi - In the late 1960s, she was featured as a semi-regular on the sitcom "That Girl" as Marlo Thomas's friend while she had been cast as a regular in "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In


Thomas was a regular on "The Joey Bishop Show" from 1961 to 1962, playing Joey's star-struck sister, Stella Barnes add something


Harold Gould - Gould originated the role of Marlo Thomas's father Lou in the 1965 pilot for "That Girl", but the series role went to Lew Parker


Thomas signed a contract with ABC in 1966, to star in the network's newest sitcom, "That Girl" add something


Rosemary DeCamp - DeCamp had a recurring role as Helen Marie, the mother of Marlo Thomas on "That Girl", from 1966-1971 on ABC


Allan Carr - In 1966, he founded the talent agency Allan Carr Enterprises, managing the actors Tony Curtis, Peter Sellers, Rosalind Russell, Dyan Cannon, Melina Mercouri and Marlo Thomas


In 1967, she and her father Danny Thomas provided the voices of Caleb and his daughter Bertha in the Rankin-Bass animated adaption of Charles Dickens classic novella The Cricket on the Hearth add something


The series was cancelled in 1971, after 136 episodes add something


Lionel Chetwynd - In 1977, he was hired by Marlo Thomas to pen a gender-reversal made-for-television version of "It's a Wonderful Life" entitled "It Happened One Christmas", in which Thomas played the lead role portrayed by James Stewart in the original


After her relationship with playwright Herb Gardner, Thomas married talk show host Phil Donahue in 1980 add something


Phil Donahue - He married his second wife, actress Marlo Thomas , in 1980


After "That Girl", eager to expand her horizons, Thomas attended the Actors Studio, where she would study with Lee Strasberg until his death in 1982, and subsequently with Strasberg's disciple Sandra Seacat add something


Jessica DiCicco - In 1987, DiCicco was selected by Marlo Thomas from among thousands of other school children to appear on the ABC special "Free To Be a Family"


Carly Simon - In 1987, Simon sang the theme for the 1988 Democratic National Convention, "The Turn of the Tide", for a Marlo Thomas television special "Free to Be... a Family"


In 1993 she toured in "Six Degrees of Separation" add something


Leelee Sobieski - She portrayed the character of Anna Yates in the 1994 TV movie "Reunion", which starred Marlo Thomas


She appeared in the 2000 comedy "Playing Mona Lisa" add something


Children's Cancer Center of Lebanon - Danny Thomas's children Marlo and Tony Thomas pursued his dream until the center opened in Beirut on April 12, 2002


In 2007, she starred as Doreen in Elaine May's comedy "Roger Is Dead" at George Street Playhouse add something


She returned to George Street Playhouse in the spring of 2008 in Arthur Laurents's play "New Year's Eve" with Keith Carradine and Natasha Gregson Wagner add something


Writing in 2010, Thomas expressed gratitude to both individuals add something


From October 2011 to January 29, 2012, Thomas starred in a Broadway play called "George Is Dead" written by Elaine May, which was part of an anthology play, "Relatively Speaking", which featured plays written by Ethan Cohen and Woody Allen add something


Elaine May - Most recently, she wrote the one-act play, "George is Dead", which starred Marlo Thomas, and was performed on Broadway from 2011-12 as part of the anthology play, "Relatively Speaking", directed by John Turturro


In 2012, she co-starred in the film "LOL", opposite Miley Cyrus and Demi Moore add something


Also in 2014, Thomas was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom add something


President Barack Obama awarded her the 2014 Presidential Medal of Freedom add something


She appeared opposite Greg Mullavey in the 2015 New York debut of Joe DiPietro's play "Clever Little Lies" at the Westside Theatre add something