Anna Thomson

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Anna Thomson
Born Anna Kluger Levine
(1953-09-18) September 18, 1953 (age 61)
New York City, New York, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1979–present

Anna Kluger Levine (born September 18, 1953) is an American actress. She has also been credited as Anna Levine Thompson and Anna Thomson.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1979 Night-Flowers Sandy
1980 Heaven's Gate Little Dot
1984 Maria's Lovers Kathy
1985 Desperately Seeking Susan Crystal
1985 Murphy's Romance Wanda
1987 Leonard Part 6 Nurse Carvalho
1988 Bird Audrey
1989 White Hot Heather
1990 Tune in Tomorrow... Faith Hope
1992 CrissCross Monica
1992 Unforgiven Delilah Fitzgerald
1993 True Romance Lucy
1994 Crow, TheThe Crow Darla
1994 Hand Gun Laura
1995 Angela Mae
1995 Bad Boys Francine
1995 Cafe Society Erica Steele
1995 Drunks Tanya
1995 Angus April Thomas
1995 Other Voices, Other Rooms Amy Skully
1996 I Shot Andy Warhol Iris
1997 Six Ways to Sunday Annibelle
1997 Sue Sue
1998 Jaded Alexandra "Alex" Arnold
1998 Fiona Fiona
1999 Stringer Ashley
2000 Intern, TheThe Intern Anoinette De la Paix
2000 Water Drops on Burning Rocks Vera
2000 Fast Food Fast Women Bella
2002 Bridget Bridget
2002 Mr. Smith Gets a Hustler Doreen
2007 Lancaster Vice Lt. Molly macnamara Video
2012 Social Anxiety Bridget Fugelsang

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1979 Great Performances Carter Episode: "Uncommon Women... and Others"
1980 Playing for Time Michou TV film
1982 Life of the Party: The Story of Beatrice Janie TV film
1986-1987 Colbys, TheThe Colbys Anna Rostov Recurring role (9 episodes)
1988-1989 Tracey Ullman Show, TheThe Tracey Ullman Show Various Recurring (13 episodes)
1989 Tattingers Marti Episodes: "El Sid", "Tour of Doody"
1991 Woman Named Jackie, AA Woman Named Jackie Ilona Episode: "The Bouvier Years"
1991 Dead in the Water Edie Meyers TV film
1994 Hardcore TV Cindy Episode: "The Moosehunter"
1994 Blood Run Tanya Borgman TV film

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