Joanna was nominated for a three year term as a board member for the Hollywood Division of the Screen Actors Guild beginning Sept. 25, 2006.
Joanna is actively involved in International Trauma Healing Institute.
Joanna works on behalf of Last Chance for Animals.
Joanna is active in events sponsored by the American Film Institute.
Joanna plays golf and plays tennis at the pro level.
Joanna encourages the exploration of American artists.
While at The Fourth Protocol's premiere in Ireland, one of Joanna's drawings of director Frederick Forsyth was auctioned off for charity.
Joanna was her own stunt person in "Stunts".
After her marriage ended, Joanna decided to take a chance and move from San Francisco to Los Angeles.
Joanna married a doctor in residency, whom she helped finish his schooling by modeling.
Joanna was an art major at Syracuse University in New York.
At an early age Joanna was encouraged to develop her talents at painting and sculpture.
Joanna was born in Camden, New Jersey but was raised in Haddonfield.
Joanna Cassidy has two children from her marriage in the 1960s.
Joanna earned a guest acting Emmy nomination for the role as Margaret Chenowith on "Six Feet Under" in 2006.
Joanna voiced the villain character Hecubah in the computer game "Nox".
In 1983, Joanna co-starred in "Under Fire" with Gene Hackman and Nick Nolte.
In 1982, Joanna had her first major feature film role as the replicant Zhora in "Blade Runner".
Joanna Cassidy: I have a well trained eye and have been collecting since I was seventeen, plus I really love to bargain!.
Joanna Cassidy: It used to be such a stigma, making that transition to various entertainment medias. There are a couple of actresses who have cut it quite well and I consider myself one. You have to work, you have to have your craft. Every job you do, you gain more experience. You never stop learning.
Joanna Cassidy: I loved "Buffalo Bill", the shows were terrific!
Joanna Cassidy: I thought I had a good shot at comedy, but I got lost playing heavies.
Joanna Cassidy: I was not open to acting. I never saw it as an option. I had no one to influence me.