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Joanna Cassidy (b. Joanna Virginia Caskey on August 2, 1945 in Haddonfield, New Jersey) is an American actress who has been active in film and television for 35 years.
Cassidy got her start guest starring on television series such as ''Mission: Impossible'', ''Falcon Crest'', ''Starsky & Hutch'' and ''Fantasy Island'', as well as having starring roles on programs such as ''240-Robert'' and ''Dallas''.
In 1982, she had her first major feature film role as the replicant Zhora in ''Blade Runner''. The following year, she co-starred in ''Under Fire'' with Gene Hackman and Nick Nolte. She was also featured in such films as ''Hollywood Wives'' (1985), ''Who Framed Roger Rabbit'' (1988), ''Barbarians at the Gate'' (1993), the 1993 adaptation of Stephen King's ''The Tommyknockers'' and Wes Craven's ''Vampire in Brooklyn'' (1995).
On television, she provided the voice of Maggie Sawyer in the 1990s animated series of ''Superman'', has had recurring guest roles on shows such as ''Diagnosis Murder'' and ''The District''; and has guest starred on ''Everwood'' and ''Star Trek: Enterprise'' as T'Les, the mother of T'Pol.
Cassidy is also known for her recurring role as Characters of Six Feet Under#Margaret Chenowith|Margaret Chenowith on ''Six Feet Under'' which she has played for all five seasons, since the show began in 2001. Interestingly, her (now deceased) husband on the show was played by Robert Foxworth, whom she also acted with in episodes of both ''Falcon Crest'' and ''Star Trek: Enterprise''.
Joanna was in a famous "Smokey Bear" commercial in 1973 where she tells people to be extra careful in the forest then turns into "Smokey" in disguise and tells people, "if this was me, would you have listened?"
Cassidy has 2 children from her marriage in the 1960s.