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Judy Bohannon Biography ((?)-)
Full name Judith Layton Bohannon; born June 30, in Louisville, KY; daughter of Russell Clay (a farmer and factory worker) and Nancy Melissa (a teacher; maiden name, Elliott) Bohannon; married Woodford Helm Fields, December 28, 1968(divorced 1974). Addresses: HOME--New York, NY; Los Angeles, CA. OFFICE--5629 Ensign Avenue, N. Hollywood, CA 91601. AGENT--Cunningham, Escott & Dipens, 260 S. Robertson, Los Angeles, CA 90211.
Bohannon told CTFT that she has occasionally worked in the theatre under thename Judy Fields. She has studied French at the Universite de Montpelier andtraveled extensively throughout Europe. She is fond of computers and has raised Irish Setters which she often shows.
- Birth Details
- June 30,
- Louisville, Kentucky, United States
- STAGE DEBUT--A violet in a first grade play, Cropper Elementary School, Cropper, KY.
- NEW YORK DEBUT --Madge, Summer Brave (Picnic), Equity Library, 1973, forsixteen performances.
Credits; PRINCIPAL STAGE APPEARANCES
- Susie, Wait Until Dark.
- Lu Ann, Lu Ann Hampton Laverty Oberlander.
- Eliza Doolittle, Pygmalian.
- Estelle, No Exit.
- Judy, Double D, Lincoln Center, NY.
- Rosalie, Storytime.
- Peggy, Witness, Lincoln Center, NY.
- Also: Born Yesterday, 1971; Secretary Bird, 1971; Love-Death Plays of William Inge, 1975.
- FILM DEBUT--Bus ticket sales girl, Welcome Home, Soldier Boys, TwentiethCentury-Fox, 1972.
Credits; FILM APPEARANCES
- Lilly, Rocket Man, AFI, 1982.
- Ada, Little Man, Demille Productions, 1982.
- TELEVISION DEBUT--Clara, Man Under Cover, NBC, 1978.
Credits; TELEVISION APPEARANCES
- Hostess, Cinemax, HBO, 1982.
- running role, Capitol, CBS, 1982-83.
- Also over two hundred television commercials.
- FILM SCRIPTS,UNPRODUCED Circus World.
- The First Mrs. Gable.
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