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Angel Tompkins

Angel Tompkins

December 20, 1942 (age 81) (
Albany, California, U.S.

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Angel Tompkins (born December 20, 1942) is an American actress. She appeared in several films and television shows and is a Golden Globe nominee.


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Angel Tompkins was a model in the Chicago area before being discovered by Woody Allen, who sent her to Universal Pictures. She was signed and became part of the last Universal Contract Players. She started her television and film-acting career in the late 1960s. She made her major film debut as the seductive blonde who came between husband and wife, Elliott Gould and Brenda Vaccaro, in the comedy I Love My ... Wife (1970) and was nominated for a Golden Globe. Tompkins was featured in the pictorial "Angel" in the February 1972 edition of Playboy; subsequently the magazine used her in three more editions, all presumably related to that film promotion.

She appeared in Prime Cut (1972) with Lee Marvin and Gene Hackman, and starred in Little Cigars (1973) as a gangster's moll who teams up with a gang of little people. She also appeared with Anthony Quinn in The Don Is Dead (1973), with former child star Jay North in The Teacher (1974), and with Bo Svenson in the action sequel Walking Tall Part 2 (1975). Her later films included The One Man Jury (1978), The Bees (1978), Alligator (1980), The Naked Cage (1986), Dangerously Close (1986) and Murphy's Law (1986), opposite Charles Bronson.

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In 1987, Tompkins appeared in the comedy film Amazon Women on the Moon and with Ann-Margret in the film A Tiger's Tale, and made her last film appearances in Relentless (1989) and Crack House (1989). She also works in the commercial voice-over field.

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On television, Tompkins appeared in the pilot for Search (1972, the pilot was originally titled "Probe", but the title name was changed to 'Search' due to a PBS program already having that title); she also appeared in several of the early episodes of 'Search'. She also appeared in many guest spots in shows such as The Wild Wild West (1965), Mannix (1967), Dragnet (franchise) List of Dragnet episodes (1967 series), 1969 episode "Forgery: (DR-33)"), Bonanza (1970), Police Woman (1970), Kojak (1977), The Eddie Capra Mysteries (1978), Knight Rider (1983), and Simon & Simon (1981). Tompkins additionally appeared in the episode "Gallery of Fear" on the Canadian sci-fi program The Starlost.

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In 1991, Tompkins served as the national recording secretary for the Screen Actors Guild (SAG). Despite a bid for the presidency of the guild in 1995, she was not elected. However, in 1996, she garnered the highest number of votes for a seat on the SAG Hollywood Board of Directors. In her second attempt for the presidency in 1999, she altered her name to Angeltompkins to secure a top position on the ballot but finished third. In 2000, she advocated for members of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, SAG's affiliate union, to consider decertifying and rejoining under SAG's umbrella. Her fourth run in the 2001 SAG election marked her fifth attempt, where she placed fourth.

Personal life

She is married to television and film writer/comedy rewriter Ted Lang. They have two children. Their homes are in Los Angeles and San Francisco, California.


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