Gail Cronauer

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Gail Cronauer
Born December 23, 1948 (1948-12-23) (age 68)
Occupation Actress, Acting professor

Gail Cronauer is an American stage, television, and feature film actress and an acting professor. She has performed films as diverse as Oliver Stone's JFK to the TV series, Walker, Texas Ranger.[1] She is a recipient of the 2007, Dallas Fort Worth Theater Critics Forum award, for her role in the Lyric Stage production, Master Class.[2]

Gail also has taught acting at Southern Methodist University, Webster College, the University of Wisconsin–Green Bay, Illinois State University, and she currently teaches at Collin College, in the Dallas - Fort Worth metropolitan area in the state of Texas.[3]


Year Film Role
1987 Positive I.D. Melissa
1991 JFK Janet Williams
1993 Flesh and Bone Emma
1994 The Substitute Wife Isabel Donahue
1995 A Mother's Gift Maggie
1995 The Unspoken Truth Nora
1996 A Promise to Carolyn Dr. Davis
1996 Carried Away Beverly
1997 Selena Women Customer
1997 Little Boy Blue Motel Clerk
1998 Hefner: Unauthorized Grace Hefner
1998 Finding North Mrs. Penn
1998 The Newton Boys Ma Newton
1998 Detention Nunca
1999 Boys Don't Cry Clerk
2000 Dr. T and the Women Dr. T's Patient
2002 Warning: Parental Advisory Senator Paula Hawkins
2002 The Anarchist Cookbook Woman in Book Store
2003 Air Myna
2003 Single and Dealing with It Mother
2004 Seventy-8 Margaret Meeks
2006 Infamous Bonnie Clutter
2007 Walking Tall: The Payback Emma Prescott
2007 Walking Tall: Lone Justice Emma Prescott
2009 Dirty Red Sister Grace Thomas
2010 Earthling Isabel
2010 In the Land of Fireworks Lawyer Brown
2011 Odd Man Out Mother
2012 Fuzzy Bubbles (Short) Sandra
2013 Beyond the Farthest Star Joycee Jones
2013 Odd Man Out Mother
Year(s) Series Role Notes
1997–2001 Walker, Texas Ranger various 5 episodes
1996–2004 LAX Serb Woman
"The Return of LaRue"



  • 2007 Dallas Fort Worth Theater Critics Forum- Actress [2]


  1. ^ a b "Gail Cronauer". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved 2009-04-18. 
  2. ^ a b "End Times' leads nods for critics' awards". Guide Live. Dallas Morning News. 2007-09-20. Archived from the original on October 15, 2007. Retrieved 2009-04-20.  [1]
  3. ^ "Gail Cronauer". Collin College. Archived from the original on 2009-01-07. Retrieved 2009-04-18. 

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