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Creator / Maria Howell

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Maria Howell is an actor whose birth date is not stated. She has been acting since 1985. She has an uncle who used to perform with Jimi Hendrix.

Works that she has appeared in:

  • American Gothic (1995): Choir Soloist, appearing in the episode "Eye of the Beholder"
  • Army Wives: Counselor, appearing in the episode "Thank You for Letting Me Share"; Major Barcenilla, appearing in the episode "Fields of Fire"
  • Barbed Wire: Barbara
  • The Blind Side: CPS Welfare Worker
  • The Closest Thing to Heaven: Viola Holiday
  • The Color Purple: Church Choir Soloist, an uncredited role
  • Daddy's Little Girls: Wife
  • Detroit 1-8-7: Woman Accident Witness, appearing in the episode "Pharmacy Double/Bullet Train"
  • Drop Dead Diva: Hilda Carrera, appearing in the episode "The Dress"
  • Field of Vision: Lucy's Teacher
  • Firelight: Mrs. Easle
  • The Game: Valencia, appearing in the episode "The Right to Choose Episode"
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  • It's Supernatural: Barren Woman, appearing in the episode "Bill Ligon"
  • K-Ville: Loretta Sweeney, appearing in the episode "Flood, Wind, and Fire"
  • Linda: Shirley
  • Little Red Wagon: Angie
  • Living Proof: Kate
  • Mississippi Damned: Shelia Hobbs
  • Necessary Roughness: Joanne Huff, appearing in the pilot episode
  • Past Life: Mrs. Connors, appearing in the episode "Regressing Henry"
  • A Peacock-Feathered Blue: Ms. Bean
  • Reverie: Momma
  • Revolution: Grace Beaumont, appearing in the episodes "Pilot", "Chained Heat", "The Children's Crusade", "Ties That Bind", "The Stand", "The Love Boat", "Children of Men", and "The Dark Tower"
  • Scattered Dreams: Elsa
  • Single Ladies: Nurse, appearing in the episode "Take Me to the Next Phase"
  • The Vampire Diaries: Ayanna, appearing in the episode "Ordinary People"; Mrs. Halpern, appearing in the episode "History Repeating"
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  • What to Expect When You're Expecting: Jules's Doctor
  • The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles: Goldie, appearing in "Young Indiana Jones and the Scandal of 1920" and "Young Indiana Jones and the Mystery of the Blues"