Anna Thomson (born September 18, 1953) is an American actress known professionally as Anna Levine. She has also been credited as Anna Levine Thompson and Anna Thomson.
Anna Kluger Levine
September 18, 1953
She has appeared in supporting roles in films such as Heaven's Gate, Desperately Seeking Susan, The Crow and Unforgiven. She is also known for her work in several of director Amos Kollek's films, such as Sue Lost in Manhattan and Fast Food Fast Women, which gained her cult figure status in France.
|1969||La horripilante bestia humana||(Directed by René Cardona and Jerald Intrator)|
|1979||Night-Flowers||Sandy||(Directed by Louis San Andres)|
|1980||Heaven's Gate||Little Dot||(Directed by Michael Cimino)|
|1984||Maria's Lovers||Kathy||(Directed by Andrey Konchalovskiy)|
|1985||Desperately Seeking Susan||Crystal||(Directed by Susan Seidelman)|
|1985||Murphy's Romance||Wanda||(Directed by Martin Ritt)|
|1987||Leonard Part 6||Nurse Carvalho||(Directed by Paul Weiland)|
|1988||Bird||Audrey||(Directed by Clint Eastwood)|
|1988||Talk Radio||Denise||(Directed by Oliver Stone)|
|1989||White Hot||Heather||(Directed by Robby Benson)|
|1989||Warlock||Pastor's wife||(Directed by Steve Miner)|
|1990||Tune in Tomorrow...||Faith Hope||(Directed by Jon Amiel)|
|1992||CrissCross||Monica||(Directed by Chris Menges)|
|1992||Unforgiven||Delilah Fitzgerald||(Directed by Clint Eastwood)|
|1993||True Romance||Lucy||(Directed by Tony Scott)|
|1994||The Crow||Darla||(Directed by Alex Proyas)|
|1994||Hand Gun||Laura||(Directed by Whitney Ransick)|
|1994||Baby's Day Out||Mrs. McCray||(Directed by Patrick Read Johnson)|
|1995||Angela||Mae||(Directed by Rebecca Miller)|
|1995||Bad Boys||Francine||(Directed by Michael Bay)|
|1995||Cafe Society||Erica Steele||(Directed by Raymond De Felitta)|
|1995||Drunks||Tanya||(Directed by Peter Cohn)|
|1995||Angus||April Thomas||(Directed by Patrick Read Johnson)|
|1995||Other Voices, Other Rooms||Amy Skully||(Directed by David Rocksavage)|
|1996||I Shot Andy Warhol||Iris||(Directed by Mary Harron)|
|1997||Six Ways to Sunday||Annibelle||(Directed by Adam Bernstein)|
|1997||Sue Lost in Manhattan||Sue||(Directed by Amos Kollek)|
|1998||Jaded||Alexandra "Alex" Arnold||(Directed by Caryn Krooth)|
|1998||Fiona||Fiona||(Directed by Amos Kollek)|
|1999||Stringer||Ashley||(Directed by Klaus Biedermann)|
|2000||The Intern||Anoinette De la Paix||(Directed by Michael Lange)|
|2000||Water Drops on Burning Rocks||Vera||(Directed by François Ozon)|
|2000||Fast Food Fast Women||Bella||(Directed by Amos Kollek)|
|2002||Bridget||Bridget||(Directed by Amos Kollek)|
|2002||Mr. Smith Gets a Hustler||Doreen||(Directed by Ian McCrudden)|
|2007||Lancaster Vice||Lt. Molly MacNamara||Video|
|2012||Social Anxiety||Bridget Fugelsang||(Directed by Patrick Gibbs and Paul Gibbs)|
- Foreman, Jonathan (20 May 2001). "'Fast Food' Star's a real french dish". New York Post. Retrieved 20 November 2017.
- Kehr, Dave (18 May 2001). "At the Movies". The New York Times. Retrieved 20 November 2017.
- Brooks, Tim; Marsh, Earle F. (2009). The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows, 1946-Present. Random House Publishing Group. p. 269. ISBN 978-0-307-48320-1. Retrieved 20 November 2017.
- Hyatt, Wesley (2006). Emmy Award Winning Nighttime Television Shows, 1948–2004. McFarland. pp. 341, 342. ISBN 978-1-4766-0874-7. Retrieved 20 November 2017.
- Gilbert, Griffin (5 March 1993). "Hardcore Tv". Variety. Retrieved 20 November 2017.