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Heather Anne Thomas was born on the 8th September 1957, in Greenwich, Connecticut USA, and is an actress, screenwriter, author as well as political activist, perhaps most famous for her role of Jody Banks in ABC TV’s series “The Fall Guy”.
Have you ever wondered how much wealth this multi-talented woman has accumulated so far? How rich Heather Thomas is? According to sources, it is estimated that the total amount of Heather Thomas’ net worth, as of mid-2016, is $2 million, acquired primarily through her acting career, which has been active since 1978.
Heather Thomas Net Worth $2 million
Heather Thomas attended Santa Monica High School in Santa Monica, California before enrolling at UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television in Los Angeles, California from which she graduated in 1980. Heather was interested in and dedicated to acting since she was a teenager – her first role dates back to the age of only 14; she was one of the hosts of NBC’s series “Talking with a Giant” in which she interviewed celebrities. However, Heather Thomas’ official acting debut came in 1978 when she appeared in one episode of the crime TV series “David Cassidy – Man Undercover”. This was immediately followed by a side role in “Co-Ed Fever”, a short-lived sitcom aired on CBS.
These engagements, despite being quite modest, provided the basis for Heather Thomas’ net worth, and also helped her to dive deeper into the acting world.
The real breakthrough in Heather’s career came with the role of Jody Banks in Glen A. Larson’s TV series “The Fall Guy”, featuring Lee Majors in the leading role. The show aired for five seasons between 1981 and 1986, and Heather’s appearance in all of the 112 episodes helped her to establish herself as a competent actress as well as to significantly increase her net worth.
In the course of the next several years, throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Heather Thomas managed to maintain a continuous string of various acting projects and engagements, including TV series and movie appearances in “The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo” (1980), “Zapped” (1982), “The Love Boat” (1983) as well as the 1987 “Hoover vs. the Kennedys: The Second Civil War” drama series in which she portrayed the most iconic woman of Hollywood’s golden era and further – Marilyn Monroe. All these achievements made a positive impact on Heather Thomas’ net worth.
Some other notable big screen appearances by Heather include two 1987 movies, the sci-fi drama “Cyclone”, and biographical drama about the father of the American automobile industry Henry Ford – “Ford: The Man and the Machine”. In 1997, Heather Thomas starred in “Against the Law”, opposite Nancy Allen and Richard Grieco. All these accomplishments contributed to Thomas’ overall net worth in a positive way.
Heather Thomas’ most recent acting engagement includes an action movie about navy SEALS’s rescue mission named “Classified” which is currently in pre-production and is soon expected to hit the cinemas.
In 2008, Heather Thomas’ first novel was published, named “Trophies”, adding somewhat to her net worth.
When it comes to her personal life, Heather Thomas was married to Alan Rosenthal, although that marriage lasted for one year only between 1985 and 1986. Since 1992, Heather has been married to Harry M. Brittenham with whom he has one child.
Heather Thomas has acknowledged that during the 1980s she had severe drug addiction problems. It all began during her high school period when she began taking acid on a regular basis, which later became a cocaine addiction. After joining St. John’s Hospital’s drug rehabilitation program, Heather Thomas managed to overcome her drug addiction and is now considered clean.
|Full Name||Heather Thomas|
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
|Date Of Birth||September 8, 1957|
|Place Of Birth||Greenwich, Connecticut, United States|
|Profession||Actor, Screenwriter, Author|
|Education||UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, University of California, Los Angeles, Santa Monica High School|
|Spouse||Harry M. Brittenham (m. 1992), Allen Rosenthal (m. 1985–1986)|
|Children||Kristina Brittenham, India Rose Brittenham, Shauna Brittenham|
|Parents||Leon Thomas, Gladdy Lou Ryder|
|Nominations||Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role|
|Movies||Zapped!, Ford: The Man and the Machine, Cyclone, Der Stein des Todes, The Dirty Dozen: The Fatal Mission, Against the Law, My Giant, Girltrash: All Night Long, Hidden Obsession, Flair|
|TV Shows||The Fall Guy, Co-Ed Fever|
|1||[Who said about Lee Majors, who played Colt Seavers, who in turn saw her got stoned off-camera]: I think he saw me passing out, once or twice, and I think he told people you might need some help. He was very supportive.|
|2||Even on The Fall Guy (1981), yes, I was the grotesque sex. But I also got to have a lot of fun, I got to drive a lot of funny cars. I learned to shoot all sorts of things and get in stunt fights. It wasn't Shakespeare, but it's fun!|
|3||[Who said about protecting herself, while living her own life]: I was not going to live in fear, and carry a gun. So, I had a bodyguard kinda living with me.|
|4||[on obsessed fans that were closer to her]: A couple of times, though, we had to get restraining orders, and there were guys who were climbing over the backgate with a knife, and another guy broken by my Brentwood home. They were trying to break in.|
|5||In our society, you know, there are people who are broken and your poster hangs in jail, as your poster hangs in jail, as your poster hangs in wards, so, I had a lot of stalkers.|
|6||I won't take my clothes off because I can't believe it's necessary. You can be sexy with your clothes on just as well as you can by taking off your blouse.|
|1||Release of her book, "Trophies". [July 2008]|
|2||Gave birth to her 1st child at age 42, a daughter India Rose Brittenham on June 19, 2000. Child's father is her 2nd husband, Harry M. Brittenham.|
|3||In 1986 she was hit by a car while crossing San Vincente Boulevard and suffered fractures to both legs.|
|4||Best known by the public for her starring role as Jody Banks on The Fall Guy (1981).|
|5||Voted "Favorite Female Newcomer" in 1982 by readers of US magazine.|
|6||Wrote an unsold TV pilot for UPN called "School Slut" (2000)|
|7||Attended UCLA Film School c. 1976-1979 intending to write & direct.|
|8||Attended Santa Monica High School - Santa Monica, California (grad. 1975)|
|Girltrash: All Night Long||2014||Nadine Robson|
|Against the Law||1997||Felicity|
|Pointman||1995||TV Series||Lynn Forbes|
|Hidden Obsession||1993||Ellen Carlyle|
|Swamp Thing||1992||TV Series||Tatania Arcane / Kitty Lane|
|P.S.I. Luv U||1991||TV Series||Mary Markham|
|In the Director's Chair: The Man Who Invented Edward Scissorhands||1990||TV Movie||Tortured Siamese Twin|
|Red Blooded American Girl||1990||Paula Bukowsky|
|Flair||1990||TV Mini-Series||Tessa Clarke|
|Rodney Dangerfield: Opening Night at Rodney's Place||1989||TV Movie||Joan Emery|
|The Dirty Dozen: The Fatal Mission||1988||TV Movie||Lt. Carol Campbell|
|Der Stein des Todes||1987||Merryl Davis|
|Ford: The Man and the Machine||1987||TV Movie||Evangeline Cote|
|The New Mike Hammer||1987||TV Series||Andrea Harris|
|Hoover vs. the Kennedys: The Second Civil War||1987||TV Series||Marilyn Monroe|
|The Fall Guy||1981-1986||TV Series||Jody Banks|
|Cover Up||1984||TV Series||Amber|
|T.J. Hooker||1984||TV Series||Sandy Wyzinski|
|The Love Boat||1983||TV Series||Lila Pearsell / Wendy Kurren|
|The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo||1980||TV Series||Caroline Capote|
|B.J. and the Bear||1980||TV Series||Caroline Capote|
|California Fever||1979||TV Series||Joanne|
|Co-ed Fever||1979||TV Series||Sandi|
|David Cassidy - Man Undercover||1978||TV Series||Caryl Manning|
|Remembering 'The Fall Guy': An American Classic||2007||Video short||Herself|
|Retrosexual: The 80's||2004||TV Mini-Series documentary||Herself|
|TVography: Lee Majors - Hollywood's Bionic Hero||2002||TV Movie documentary||Herself|
|The Ultimate Challenge||1991||TV Series||Host|
|Late Night with David Letterman||1987||TV Series||Herself|
|The 37th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards||1985||TV Special||Herself|
|Night of 100 Stars II||1985||TV Movie||Herself|
|The Magic of David Copperfield VI: Floating Over the Grand Canyon||1984||TV Movie||Herself - Special Guest / David's girlfriend|
|The 24th Annual International Broadcasting Awards||1984||TV Special||Herself - Presenter|
|The 41st Annual Golden Globe Awards||1984||TV Special||Herself|
|Family Feud||1983||TV Series||Herself|
|Battle of the Network Stars XV||1983||TV Special||Herself - ABC Team|
|Entertainment Tonight||1983||TV Series||Herself|
|Battle of the Network Stars XIII||1982||TV Special||Herself - ABC Team|
|Battle of the Network Stars XII||1982||TV Special||Herself - ABC Team|
|The O'Reilly Factor||2014||TV Series||Herself|
|Magico David||1992||TV Mini-Series||Herself (uncredited)|
|1985||Bravo Otto Germany||Bravo Otto||Best Female TV Star (TV-Star w)|
|1987||Gemini||Gemini Awards||Best Performance by a Supporting Actress||Ford: The Man and the Machine (1987)|
2nd Place Awards
|1989||Bravo Otto Germany||Bravo Otto||Best Female TV Star (TV-Star w)|
|1988||Bravo Otto Germany||Bravo Otto||Best Female TV Star (TV-Star w)|
|1987||Bravo Otto Germany||Bravo Otto||Best Female TV Star (TV-Star w)|
3rd Place Awards
|1986||Bravo Otto Germany||Bravo Otto||Best Female TV Star (TV-Star w)|