Angel Tompkins

Angel Tompkins is a veteran television actress who has appeared in over 50 roles in a career spanning more than 40 years. Born in 1942, in Chicago, Tompkins was a model before Woody Allen discovered her in the 1960s ... Read more »
Born: 12/20/1943

Filmography

Actor (23)

Joey Takes a Cab 1991 (Movie)

Sunny Day (Actor)

Crack House 1989 (Movie)

Mother (Actor)

Relentless 1989 (Movie)

Carmen (Actor)

A Tiger's Tale 1988 (Movie)

La Vonne (Actor)

Amazon Women on the Moon 1987 (Movie)

First Lady (Actor)

Dangerously Close 1986 (Movie)

Ms Waters (Actor)

Murphy's Law 1986 (Movie)

Jan (Actor)

The Naked Cage 1986 (Movie)

Diane (Actor)

Alligator 1979 (Movie)

Newswoman (Actor)

The Buffalo Soldiers 1978 - 1979 (TV Show)

Actor

The Bees 1978 (Movie)

Sondra Miller (Actor)

One Man Jury 1977 (Movie)

Kitty (Actor)

Part 2 Walking Tall 1975 (Movie)

Marganne Stilson (Actor)

The Farmer 1975 (Movie)

Betty (Actor)

Little Cigars 1973 (Movie)

Cleo (Actor)

Search 1972 - 1973 (TV Show)

Actor

The Teacher 1973 (Movie)

(Actor)

How To Seduce a Woman 1972 (Movie)

Pamela Balsam (Actor)

Prime Cut 1972 (Movie)

Clarabella (Actor)

Search 1971 - 1972 (TV Show)

Actor

The Don Is Dead 1972 (Movie)

Ruby (Actor)

I Love My Wife 1969 (Movie)

Helene Donnelly (Actor)

You Lie So Deep, My Love (TV Show)

Actor
Wardrobe, Hair & Makeup (1)

The Farmer 1975 (Movie)

(Costumes)

Biography

Angel Tompkins is a veteran television actress who has appeared in over 50 roles in a career spanning more than 40 years. Born in 1942, in Chicago, Tompkins was a model before Woody Allen discovered her in the 1960s. She began her acting career in television, appearing in shows such as the crime drama "Mannix" and the frontier series "Bonanza." Her film debut came alongside Elliott Gould in the 1970 comedy "I Love My Wife," for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe. Following the role, Tompkins was considered one of the prime beauties in Hollywood, and began to gain more work, although no subsequent role equaled the quality of her previous performance. Her more notable feature films included the meatpacker drama "Prime Cut," in which she played Gene Hackman's wife, and the thriller "Murphy's Law," in which she played Charles Bronson's ex-wife. Tompkins was featured in the February 1972 edition of Playboy Magazine, as well as several times over the next few years. Into the 1980s, the actress worked extensively on television, appearing in guest spots on the popular shows "Knight Rider," "Simon & Simon," and "Three's Company." In 1991, Tompkins was elected the national recording secretary of the Screen Actors Guild, and ran for president of the guild but was unsuccessful in her campaign.

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