O'Dea (as Barbara) clutching a gravestone in Night of the Living Dead.
April 20, 1945 |
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
In addition to her signature role, O'Dea has appeared in the television movie The Pirate in the 1970s. She later took a break from acting to focus on raising her family.
In the new century, O'Dea returned to acting in several low budget horror films including the films Claustrophobia, Evil Deeds, October Moon and Women's Studies. She also returned to the Barbra role for the upcoming Night of the Living Dead: Genesis.
O'Dea owns and operates O'Dea Communications, a firm which deals in oral communications training.
|1968||Night of the Living Dead||Barbra|
|1978||The Pirate||Annie||TV movie|
|2005||October Moon||Mrs. Hamilton|
|2008||November Son||Emily Hamilton|
|2009||Timo Rose's Beast||Boomer's Mother|
|2010||Women's Studies||Senator Gayle Hamlin|
|2011||Shy of Normal: Tales of New Life Experiences||Actress on TV|
|2014||Safe Inside||Crystal Lake|
|Hole in the Wall||Augusta Gein|
|They Came from the Ether||Miss Clara|
- "First Look at Judith O'Dea in Night of the Living Dead: Genesis". Dread Central. 20 February 2015. Retrieved 7 October 2015.
- J.C. Maçek III (2012-06-15). "The Zombification Family Tree: Legacy of the Living Dead". PopMatters.
- WOMEN’S STUDIES trims down, seeks new home
- "'Night of the Living Dead's' Judith O'Dea Returns In 'Genesis'!". Bloody Disgusting. 2012-06-15.
- O'Dea Communications
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