Telma Hopkins Biography
Birthday: October 28, 1948 (Scorpio)
Born In: Louisville, Kentucky
Telma Hopkins is an American singer and actress who gained prominence as a member of ‘Tony Orlando and Dawn’, a 1970s pop music group. As an actress, she is known for her work in films such as 'Trancers' and 'The Love Guru'. She made her acting debut with a minor role in the miniseries 'Roots: The Next Generations'. It revolved around a fictionalized story of the family of American writer Alex Haley. She was next seen in the comedy series 'A New Kind of Family,' playing an important role. The show earned an Emmy nomination. She made her debut on the big screen with a role in the sci-fi film 'Trancers'. Other films she has appeared in include 'The Wood' and 'The Love Guru'. The former did well commercially while the latter flopped. Hopkins is also known for her work on the variety show 'Tony Orlando and Dawn'. Her most recent works include her role in the TV series 'Partners'. She also played a guest role in the TV series 'Two Broke Girls.'