Sada Carolyn Thompson is an American actress in theater, film and television.
|Born||Sada Carolyn Thompson, Sept 27, 1927, Des Moines, Iowa, U.S.|
|Died||May 4, 2011, Danbury, Connecticut, U.S.|
|Spouse(s)||Donald Stewart (1949–2011, her death), 1 child|
|IMDb||Sada Thompson's IMDb|
Her matriarchal role in the 1970s television series Family, is one of many similar roles in her career.
She was inspired to participate in acting after watching the movie The Man Who Played God and then the musical Cole Porter Red, Hot and Blue.
In addition to winning the Emmy Family Award, she is also a popular stage actress, with a Tony Award for Best Actress in 1972 for the comedy Twigs.
She was born in Des Moines, Iowa and moved with her family to New Jersey at the age of 5, where her father became editor of several agricultural magazines.
She starred with Elizabeth Taylor in the movie Little Foxes in London.
- The actresses are from Des Moines, Iowa
- Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Primetime Emmy Award Winning Television Series
- Obie Award recipient
- Graduates from Carnegie Mellon University of Fine Arts
- Attendees of the American Theater Hall of Fame
- The actresses are from New Jersey
- Drama Desk winner
Latest information about Sada Thompson updated on May 10 2021.