Joanna Cassidy

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Joanna Cassidy in 2007.
Joanna Virginia Caskey

(1945-08-02) August 2, 1945 (age 77) [1]
Alma mater Syracuse University
Years active1965–present
Kennard C. Kobrin
(m. 1964;div. 1974)

Joanna Cassidy (born Joanna Virginia Caskey, August 2, 1945 [1] ) is an American actress. She is known for her roles as the replicant Zhora Salome in Blade Runner (1982) and Dolores in Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988). She has won a Golden Globe Award, was nominated for three Emmy Awards and also was nominated for a Saturn Award and Screen Actors Guild Awards.


Cassidy also has starred in films such as Under Fire (1983), The Fourth Protocol (1987), The Package (1989), Where the Heart Is (1990), Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead (1991), Vampire in Brooklyn (1995), and Ghosts of Mars (2001). From 2001 to 2005, she played Margaret Chenowith on the HBO drama series Six Feet Under for which she received Primetime Emmy Award and Screen Actors Guild Award nominations. From 2011 to 2013, she played Joan Hunt on the ABC series Body of Proof , and from 2010 to 2013 starred in the HBO Canada comedy series Call Me Fitz for which she won two Canadian Screen Awards.

Early life and education

Cassidy was born Joanna Virginia Caskey in Camden, New Jersey, [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] the daughter of Virginia and Joe Caskey. [6] She was raised in Haddonfield, and attended Haddonfield Memorial High School, and has described herself as being "a rowdy kid" there. She is known for her infectious, howling laugh which can be heard in the film The Laughing Policeman and on her appearances on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson . [7]

Cassidy majored in art at Syracuse University. [8] During her time there, she married Kennard C. Kobrin in 1964, a doctor in residency, and found work as a fashion model. They moved to San Francisco, where her husband set up a psychiatric practice while Cassidy continued modeling. They had a son and a daughter together.[ citation needed ] In 1968, she landed a bit part in Bullitt .


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Joanna Cassidy in 1974

Cassidy's first film appearance was in The Outfit (1973). She appeared in a 1973 Smokey Bear public service announcement (PSA), [9] and on such television series as Mission: Impossible , Starsky & Hutch and Taxi . She had a small role in Stay Hungry (1976), a film about bodybuilding that featured a young Arnold Schwarzenegger. Cassidy was considered for the role of Wonder Woman for a television series, but lost it to Lynda Carter. She co-starred in the film Our Winning Season (1978). Her first regular role was as sheriff's pilot Morgan Wainwright in the action-adventure series 240-Robert (1979), although the series only lasted for two abbreviated seasons. Afterwards, Cassidy continued to appear in guest roles in series such as Dallas and Falcon Crest , as well as a regular role on the short-lived sitcom Buffalo Bill (1983) (for which she earned a Golden Globe Award). She starred on the short-lived NBC television series Code Name: Foxfire (1985). [8]

In 1982, Cassidy had her first major feature film role as the replicant snake performer Zhora Salome in Ridley Scott's Blade Runner . [10] The following year, she co-starred in Under Fire with Gene Hackman and Nick Nolte. She continued to appear in both films and television; she co-starred in the television miniseries Hollywood Wives (1985), and appeared in The Fourth Protocol (1987), Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988), 1969 , The Package (1989), Where the Heart Is (1990) and Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead (1991). In 1993, she co-starred with Dudley Moore on the sitcom Dudley, but the series only lasted for six episodes. She played the ex-wife of James Garner's lead character in the television movie, The Rockford Files: I Still Love L.A. (1994).

Her other screen credits from this era include Barbarians at the Gate (1993), the miniseries adaptation of Stephen King's The Tommyknockers (1993), and Wes Craven's Vampire in Brooklyn (1995). Cassidy also provided the voice of Inspector Maggie Sawyer on The WB series Superman: The Animated Series , and had recurring guest roles on television series such as L.A. Law , Melrose Place , Diagnosis: Murder , and The District . [8]

Since 2000, Cassidy has appeared in the film Ghosts of Mars (2001) directed by John Carpenter, and had a recurring role as Margaret Chenowith on the HBO drama series Six Feet Under , for which she received Emmy Award and Screen Actors Guild Award nominations. In 2004, she guest-starred in three episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise as T'Les (the Vulcan mother of Enterprise crewmember T'Pol), and she had a recurring role as Beverly Bridge on the series Boston Legal in 2006. She voiced the villainess Hecubah in the computer game Nox (2000) and once again voiced the character of Maggie Sawyer in the 2002 video game Superman: Shadow of Apokolips .

In the spring of 2007, Cassidy donned Zhora's costume once more, 25 years after the release of Blade Runner, to recreate a climactic scene from the film for the fall 2007 Final Cut release of the film. [11] In the original 1982 release, a stunt performer played out Zhora's death scene, with the physical differences between the performer and Cassidy very evident (including the stuntwoman wearing a different wig). For the Final Cut, Cassidy's head was digitally transposed onto footage of the stunt performer, making the death scene fit continuity. According to the DVD featurette, All Our Variant Futures, it was Cassidy herself who suggested this be done; she is captured on video making the suggestion during filming of a retrospective interview related to Blade Runner . [12]

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Joanna Cassidy in 1976

In the second season of the NBC series Heroes , she is seen in a photo of the 12 senior members of the show's mysterious company. Beyond appearances in photographs, the actress first appeared as Victoria Pratt in the 10th episode of season two, "Truth & Consequences", during which her character was killed.

In 2008–2009, Cassidy appeared in episodes of Ghost Whisperer , Desperate Housewives , Law & Order: UK , and was also seen in the recurring guest role of Amanda Hawthorne, the mother-in-law of Jada Pinkett Smith's eponymous character on the medical drama Hawthorne .

In 2011, Cassidy began to appear in a recurring role on the ABC series Body of Proof as Judge Joan Hunt, the mother of Megan Hunt, Dana Delany's character on the series. The series was canceled by ABC after three seasons in May 2013. In 2015, Cassidy was cast as a main character in the Bravo scripted series Odd Mom Out. She plays the role of Candace Von Weber, a snobbish Upper East Side socialite and mother-in-law to the show's protagonist Jill Weber (Jill Kargman). [13] The series was canceled in 2017. In 2019, she co-starred in the Amazon Prime miniseries Too Old to Die Young and later had a recurring role on NCIS: New Orleans .

In 2015, Cassidy received an honorary award at the Oldenburg International Film Festival. [14]



1973 The Outfit Rita Mailer
1973 The Laughing Policeman Monica
1974 Bank Shot Eleonora
1975 The Cursed Medallion Joanna Morgan
1976 Stay Hungry Zoe Miller
1977American RaspberryLisa Allen
1977 The Late Show Laura Birdwell
1977 Stunts Patti Johnson
1978 Our Winning Season Sheila
1979 The Glove Sheila Michaels
1980 Night Games Julie Miller Sant Jordi Award for Best Foreign Actress
1982 Blade Runner Zhora Salome
1983 Under Fire ClaireNominated—National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Actress
1984 Invitation to Hell Patricia "Pat" Winslow
1986 Club Paradise Terry Hamlin
1987 The Fourth Protocol Irina Vassilievna
1988 Who Framed Roger Rabbit DoloresNominated—Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress
1988 1969 Ev Karr
1989 The Package Eileen Gallagher
1990 Where the Heart Is Jean McBain
1991 Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead Rose LindseyQuote—"I'm right on top of that, Rose!"
1991 Lonely Hearts Erin Randall
1991 All-American Murder Erica DarbyVideo
1992LandslideLucy Matterson
1995 Vampire in Brooklyn Captain Dewey
1996 Chain Reaction Maggie McDermott
1997 Loved Elenore Amerson
1997Executive PowerElaine Fields - First Lady
1998 Dangerous Beauty Laura Venier
2000 The Right Temptation Maryanne
2001 Ghosts of Mars Whitlock
2001AnthraxJackie Potter
2004IntermissionLoveShort film
2005 Witches of the Caribbean Professor AveburyVideo
2006The Virgin of JuarezEve
2006 Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector Lily Micelli
2006 The Grudge 2 Mrs. Davis
2007 Kiss the Bride Evelyn Golski
2008The American StandardsAnn Jennings
2008 The Human Contract Rose
2009 Stolen Lea Adkins
2009 For Sale by Owner Linda Flannery
2010 Flying Lessons Totty Kuspert
2010 Anderson's Cross Mrs. McCarthy
2012 What Might Have Been: Snake Dance Zhora Salome Short film
2013ZugzwangNancy Williams
2013 Heaven's Door Ruth Christensen
2014Night VetKellyShort film
2015 Too Late Eleanor Mahler
2015 Visions Helena
2020My True Fairytale Sylvia Goodwin
2021Simone (AKA Art of Love) Rose the book store ownerPuerto Rican, English language romance


1972 Mission: Impossible Model1 episode
1973Mission: ImpossibleStewardess2 episodes
1976 McCoy Unnamed roleSeason 1, episode 5 – "New Dollar Day"
1978 The Roller Girls Selma "Books" Cassidy4 episodes
1978 Taxi BeverlyEpisode: "High School Reunion"
1978 Starsky & Hutch Harry / MoniqueEpisode: "The Avenger"
1979 The Love Boat Joan HornerEpisode: "Gopher's Greatest Hits/The Vacation/One Rose a Day"
1979 Kaz Unnamed roleSeason 1, episode 18 – "A Piece of Cake"
1979–1980 240-Robert Deputy Morgan Wainwright13 episodes
1980 Hagen EveSeason 1, episode 7 – "The Rat Pack"
1980 Insight LucyEpisode: "Resurrection"
1980 Dallas Sally Bullock2 episodes
1980 Trapper John, M.D. Dr. Carson WhitakerEpisode: "Warning: I May Be Hazardous to Your Health"
1980 Reunion Peggy SagerTelevision film
1981 Trapper John, M.D. Maggie HoltzEpisode: "C.O.D."
1981 Charlie's Angels StacyEpisode: "Hula Angels"
1981 Enos Unnamed roleSeason 1, episode 10 – "The Head Hunter"
1981 Hart to Hart BelleEpisode: "Slow Boat to Murder"
1981 Flo Billy JuneEpisode: "Footsie"
1982 Strike Force Eve MurphyEpisode: "Turnabout"
1982The Love BoatDr. Lisa LessingEpisode: "I Don't Play Anymore/Gopher's Roommate/Crazy for You"
1982 Lou Grant Barbara CostiganEpisode: "Charlie"
1982 Falcon Crest Katherine Demery5 episodes
1983 The Family Tree Elizabeth NicholsEpisode: "1.2"
1983 Fantasy Island Christine DonovanEpisode: "Nurses Night Out"
1983–1984 Buffalo Bill Jo Jo White26 episodes
Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy
Nominated—Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
1985Code Name: FoxfireElizabeth "Foxfire" Towne8 episodes
1985 Hollywood Wives Marilee Gray2 episodes
1986 Pleasures Lillian BentonTelevision film
1986 The Children of Times Square Sue RobertsTelevision film
1988 Nightmare at Bittercreek Allison ShapiroTelevision film
1990A Girl of the Limberlost Gene Stratton-Porter Television film
1990 Bar Girls Claudia ReeseTelevision film
1990 Wheels of Terror LauraTelevision film
1990 Les belles Américaines LorraineTelevision film
1992 Northern Exposure Solvang PlaneyEpisode: "The Three Amigos"
1992 The Ray Bradbury Theater LaviniaEpisode: "The Lonely One"
1992Live! From Death RowAlana PowersTelevision film
1992 Taking Back My Life: The Nancy Ziegenmeyer Story Geneva OverholserTelevision film
1993 Barbarians at the Gate Linda RobinsonTelevision film
1993 The Tommyknockers Sheriff Ruth MerrillMiniseries
1993 Dudley Laraine Bristol5 episodes
1993 CBS Schoolbreak Special Linda JurgensonEpisode: "Other Mothers"
Nominated—Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special
1993–1994 L.A. Law Judge Carolyn Walker4 episodes
1994 Burke's Law Liz CharlesEpisode: "Who Killed the Beauty Queen?"
1994 Murder, She Wrote Willie GreenwoodEpisode: "Roadkill"
1994 Hotel Malibu Eleanor "Ellie" Mayfield6 episodes
1995 Eye of the Stalker Judge Martha KnowltonTelevision film
1997 Melrose Place Kate Reilly3 episodes
1997 The Second Civil War Helena NewmanTelevision film
1997–1998 Superman: The Animated Series Maggie Sawyer (voice)8 episodes
1998 Rude Awakening Colleen WoodsEpisode: "TV Mom"
1998 The Hunger Grace WallaceEpisode: "The Other Woman"
1998 Circle of Deceit Elaine GreerTelevision film
1999 Twice in a Lifetime Christine EspositoEpisode: "Quality of Mercy"
1999–2000 Diagnosis: Murder Madison Wesley8 episodes
2000 Rude Awakening Colleen WoodsEpisode: "Star 80 Proof"
2001 Philly Marian MarshallEpisode: "Pilot"
2001–2002 The District Teddy Reed5 episodes
2001–2005 Six Feet Under Margaret Chenowith 21 episodes
Nominated—Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series
Nominated—Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series
2003 Less Than Perfect NormaSeason 1, episode 12 – "Claude's Got a Secret"
2003 Hidden Hills CarolSeason 1, episode 11 – "The Visit"
2003 Everwood Evelyn RowserEpisode: "The Price of Fame"
2004 Star Trek: Enterprise T'Les3 episodes "Home" "The Forge" "Awakening"
2005 The Reading Room Diana WestonTelevision film
2006 Boston Legal Beverly Bridge5 episodes
2007 Heroes Victoria Pratt Episode: "Truth & Consequences"
2008 In Plain Sight Deandra BevinsEpisode: "Never the Bride"
2008 Ghost Whisperer Faith ClancyEpisode: "Threshold"
2008 Criminal Minds Mrs. HoldenEpisode: "52 Pickup"
2009 Desperate Housewives Melina CominisEpisode: "Home Is the Place"
2009 Hawthorne Amanda Hawthorne4 episodes
2010 Notes from the Underbelly KayEpisode: "The Circle of Life"
2010–2012 Call Me Fitz Elaine Fitzpatrick18 episodes
Canadian Screen Award for Best Actress in a Comedy Series (2015)
Canadian Screen Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role or Guest Role in a Comedic Series (2013)
Nominated—Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role or Guest Role in a Comedic Series (2011)
2011–2013 Body of Proof Joan Hunt 14 episodes
2012 Franklin & Bash Captain Gina VaughnEpisode: "Summer Girls"
2013 Bones Marianne Booth2 episodes
2013Living the DreamClaireTelevision film
2015–2017 Odd Mom Out Candace Von WeberRecurring season 1, main cast seasons 2 & 3
2015 Married SharonEpisode: "The Cruise"
2016 The Odd Couple JudySeason 2, episode 7 – "Make Room for Dani"
2016 Lady Dynamite BarbaraEpisode: "Jack and Diane"
2016 Motive Natalie Rodman2 episodes
2017 Confess Beverly4 episodes
2018 Life in Pieces Charlotte CollinsEpisode: "Parents Ancestry Coupon Chaperone"
2019 The Cool Kids JoanieEpisode: "The Cool Kids Plus One"
2019 Too Old to Die Young EloiseMiniseries
2019–2021 NCIS: New Orleans Mena Pride1 episode season 5, 2 episodes season 6, season 7 reoccurring
2021 Younger Judith ClarkeEpisode: "The Son Also Rises"
2021 Leverage: Redemption StellaEpisode: The Jackal Job S1E11

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