December 23, 1968 |
Greensburg, Pennsylvania, United States
|Alma mater||Point Park University|
Angela Jones is an American actress. She was born in Greensburg, Pennsylvania then raised in Jeannette, Pennsylvania where she graduated in 1986. Both towns are located approximately 25 miles southeast of Pittsburgh. She is a graduate of Point Park College in Pittsburgh.
Quentin Tarantino discovered her in the short film Curdled (1991), directed by Reb Braddock. Tarantino was impressed with her performance and cast her in both Pulp Fiction and a 1996 remake of Curdled.
In Saul Hudson's 2007 biography Slash, it was mentioned that while recording the soundtrack for the film Curdled, he had a huge crush on her and the two had a short-lived relationship.
- Chillerama (2011) .... Train Passenger
- House at the End of the Drive (2006) .... Felicia
- Family Secrets (2001) .... Mary Drake
- Man on the Moon (1999) .... Hooker
- Fixations (1999) .... Julia
- Back to Even (1998) .... Kim
- Children of the Corn V: Fields of Terror (1998) .... Charlotte
- Pariah (1998) .... Angela
- Morella (1997) .... Dr.Patricia Morella/Sarah Lynden
- Underworld (1996) .... Janette
- Curdled (1996) .... Gabriela Ponce
- Pulp Fiction (1994) .... Esmarelda Villa Lobos
- Strapped (1993) .... Woman at Clinic
- Hidden Fears (1993) .... Brunette in Van
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- Scott, A. O. (February 18, 2000). "Pariah (1998) FILM REVIEW; Entering The Ranks Of Racists". The New York Times.
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