Joan Tewkesbury

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Joan Tewkesbury
Born (1936-04-08) April 8, 1936 (age 78)
Redlands, California, USA
Occupation Film and television actress, director, and screenwriter

Joan Tewkesbury (born April 8, 1936) is an American film and television director, screenwriter, producer and actress. She had a long association with Robert Altman, having written two of his most acclaimed films, Nashville (1975) and Thieves Like Us (1974). She has directed features, television movies, and television series.

Tewkesbury was born in Redlands, California, the daughter of Frances M. (née Stevenson), a registered nurse, and Walter S. Tewkesbury, an office machine repairman.[1] She has lived in Tesuque, New Mexico since 2003.

One of her early television acting roles was in a guest appearance on the short-lived NBC drama, It's a Man's World.

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