Heather Thomas is an American actress and screenwriter. This girl is best known for her role opposite Lee Majors in the television series "The Fall Guy".
Actress was born in Greenwich, Connecticut on September 8, 1957. Her family moved to California, where she graduated from Santa Monica High School. After high school, Heather attended the University of California-Los Angeles Film School. In 1978 Thomas began acting with small parts on television and in 1981 received her big break when she was cast in a Lee Majors television series. "The Fall Guy" was a popular action-adventure series in the 1980s, she played the part of Jody Banks until the series was cancelled in 1986. Film roles came quickly as well. In 1982 she was cast in the comedy film "Zapped!". Few made for television movies followed. Heather returned to series television in the 1990s with a role in "Felicity" and in 1998 played the role of a showgirl in the film "My Giant".
In 1998, actress stopped acting and began to focus on screenwriting.
In the 1980s Heather battled and overcame an addition to cocaine. Since 1992 Thomas has been married to Skip Brittenham. They have a daughter, born in 2000.