Marlo Thomas Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Marlo Thomas is an American entertainer, maker, creator, and social extremist, who is most popular for featuring on the mainstream sitcom, “That Girl”. Thomas is broadly perceived for her appearance on grant winning kids’ establishment, “Allowed to Be… You and Me” and for her kids’ collection, “Marlo Thomas and Friends: Thanks and Giving All Year Long”, the last for which she got a Grammy Award also.

All through her vocation of more than forty years, she has won four Emmys, a Golden Globe, a Peabody Award, a Grammy Award, and furthermore was granted the “Official Medal of Freedom” in 2014. Thomas additionally has been drafted into the Broadcasting and Cable Hall of Fame. Moreover, Thomas is very dynamic in online media destinations with her Instagram account: @marlothomas and Twitter account: @MarloThomas.

Celebrated Name Marlo Thomas
Age 83 Years
Nick Name Marlo
Birth Name Margaret Julia Thomas
Birth Date 1937-11-21
Gender Female
Profession Actress
Nationality American
Birth Nation United States
Place Of Birth Detroit, Michigan,
Ethnicity White
Horoscope Scorpio
Famous For Role of Ann Marie in a sitcom, “That Girl”
Best Known For Daughter of popular comedian, Danny Thomas
Father Danny Thomas
Mother Rose Marie Cassaniti
Siblings 2
Brothers Tony Thomas
Sisters Terre Thomas
High School Marymount High School
University University of Southern California
Education Bachelor’s degree in English(Teaching Degree)
Debut Television Show/Series Zane Grey Theatre
Debut Movie Jenny
Marital Status Married
Married Date May 21, 1980
Children Step children:Michael, Kevin, Daniel, Mary Rose, and James
Net Worth $35 million
Body Type Slim
Body Measurement 35-28-36 inches
Height 5ft. 4inches.(1.63 m)
Weight 56kg(123 lbs)
Hair Color Blonde
Eye Color Brown
Boyfriend Herb Gardner(former)

Well known for her job as Ann Marie in a sitcom, “That Girl”.

Otherwise called the girl of mainstream joke artist, Danny Thomas.

Marlo Thomas was born on November 21, 1937, in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Her original name is Margaret Julia Thomas. Her identity is American. Thomas has a place with White identity while Scorpio is her zodiac sign.

Marlo was in a prestigious wealthy family as the oldest offspring of Roman Catholic Lebanese American comic Danny Thomas(1912 – 1991) and his significant other, the previous Sicilian American Rose Marie Cassaniti(1914 – 2000). Her dad, Danny was a famous comic, vocalist, entertainer, maker, and humanitarian who was regarded with a few honors all through his 5-very long term vocation remembering a star for the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

She experienced childhood in Beverly Hills, California, alongside her two more youthful kin: a sister, Terre, and a brother, Tony Thomas, who presently is a TV and film maker.

Marlo went to Marymount High School in Los Angeles, after which she joined the University of Southern California and got graduated procuring an educating degree.

She additionally studied show at HB Studio in Greenwich Village, New York City. Moreover, she was an individual from the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. She started working first as a teacher yet later she wound up turning into an entertainer.

Marlo Thomas made her TV debut with CBS’s Dick Powell’s “Zane Gray Theater” in the last part of the 1950s.

Thomas then, at that point showed up in numerous TV programs including “Treasure trove”, “McHale’s Navy”, “Ben Casey”, “Capture and Trial”, “The Joey Bishop Show”, “The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis”, “My Favorite Martian”, “77 Sunset Strip”, and “The Donna Reed Show”.

Thomas got her first breakout with her appearance in the London creation of Neil Simon’s “Shoeless in the Park” in 1965.

That very year, she featured in an ABC pilot called “Two’s Company”. She then, at that point assumed the part of Ann Marie in a sitcom, “That Girl” in 1966. She stayed in the sitcom for a very long time till 1971.

Thomas then, at that point went to the Actors Studio, then, at that point after, in 1972, she delivered a kids’ book named “Allowed to Be… You and Me”.

In 1987, she started to show up as a host in the show, “Allowed to Be… A Family”, with Christopher Cerf.

In 1972, she filled in as a California representative to the Democratic National Convention. Thomas became one of the establishing individuals from the primary ladies’ asset in the US, “Ms. Establishment for Women” in 1973.

In 1976, Thomas showed up on the NBC parody, “The Practice” where she showed up as a stubborn patient of her dad Danny Thomas’ person. Their science thrived all scenes.

She even assumed the part of Jennifer Aniston’s mom, Sandra Green, on the TV show, “Companions” for a long time from 1996 till 2002.

Thomas made her first film debut featuring as the lead spot in the film, “Jenny” in 1970.

She showed up in a few movies including “Thieves”(1977), “In The Spirit”(1990), “The Real Blonde”(1997), “Starstruck”(1998), “Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo”(1999), “Playing Mona Lisa”(2000), “LOL”(2012), and “Cardboard Boxer”(2014).

For her appearance in the TV film, “No one’s Child”, she won the Best Dramatic Actress Emmy in 1986.

She has showed up in other off-broadway films including, “The Guys”, “The Exonerated”, “The Vagina Monologues” and “Love, Loss, and What I Wore”.

Thomas has distributed seven top rated books to date including “Allowed to Be… You and Me”, “Allowed to Be… A Family”, “The Right Words at the Right Time”, “The Right Words at the Right Time, Volume 2: Your Turn”, and “Marlo Thomas and Friends: Thanks and Giving All Year” for which she even won the 2006 Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Album for Children.

In 2008, she featured in Arthur Laurents’ last play, “New Year’s Eve” alongside Keith Carradine.

Thomas fills in as the National Outreach Director for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee, which was established by her late dad, Danny Thomas.

In 2010, Thomas made MarloThomas.com, a site for ladies matured 35+.

4 Emmy Awards

1 Golden Globe Award

1 Grammy Award

1 Jefferson Award

1 Peabody Award

Official Medal of Freedom(the most elevated honor an American non military personnel can get)

Marlo Thomas wedded Phil Donahue in 1980.

Marlo Thomas was already in an involved acquaintance with late writer Herb Gardner. They were dating from the last part of the 1960s till their connection reached a conclusion in the mid 1970s.

In 1977, she met her future spouse, Phil Donahue, a well known media character and author, while she showed up as a visitor on the TV syndicated program, “Donahue” facilitated by Phil himself. Thomas fell head over heels from the beginning with Phil, who was a divorced person at that point.

After they dated for a very long time, they got hitched on May 21, 1980, in a lovely wedding. They chose their marriage date according to their introduction to the world date as Marlo’s was November 21 and Phil’s was December 21 so explicitly on 5/21. The couple is commending their 40th wedding commemoration this month, May 2020 in the continuous pandemic of COVID-19.

Thomas is the progression mother to Donahue’s five kids: Michael, Kevin, Daniel, Mary Rose, and James from his first marriage. Notwithstanding, they never had their kid together. Beforehand, she dated Ron DeBlasio and Henry Kissinger.

Marlo Thomas is a stunning woman in her 80s. Thomas has a kept up with thin body physical make-up even in her mid-80s. Her body estimation of 35-28-36 inches. She stands tall with a tallness of 5ft. 4inch.(1.63 m) while her body weighs around 56kg (123 lbs). She has a reasonable composition with light hair and earthy colored eyes.

Marlo Thomas has very extraordinary profit from her expert profession as an entertainer, maker, and essayist. Working in this field for more than fifty years, she has figured out how to store up 1,000,000 worth fortune from her few movies, TV shows, and her books. Her assessed total assets is around $35 million.