Irma P. Hall

Place of birth:
Beaumont, Texas, USA:
​Irma P. Hall is an American film and television actress, best known for playing matriarchal figures in feature films like "A Family Thing", "Soul Food", and "The Ladykillers".


The Golden Voices (2018)
as Georgia Mae Jackson
Concrete Kids (2018)
as Nana
Lady Luck (2017)
as Mrs. Bailey
A Heart That Forgives (2016)
as Ms. Gussie
New Life (2016)
as Margaret
Jerico (2016)
as Grandma
Hiding In Plain Sight (2015)
A Man Called Jon (2015)
as Sadie Johnson
Steps of Faith (2014)
as Dorothy Lee
Changing the Game (2012)
as Grandma Barnes
Hiding in Plain Sight (2012)
as Ida Mae Blackmon
My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done (2009)
as Mrs. Roberts
Hurricane Season (2009)
as Grandma Rose
Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call - New Orleans (2009)
as Binnie Rogers
Diary of a Single Mom (2009)
as Dessa
Meet the Browns (2008)
as Mildred
Uncross The Stars (2008)
as Lulu
P.N.O.K. (2005)
as Mildred Burnett
Collateral (2004)
as Ida Durocher
The Ladykillers (2004)
as Marva Munson
An Unexpected Love (2003)
as Mary
Miss Lettie and Me (2002)
as Rose Griffin
Our America (2002)
as June Jones
Bad Company (2002)
as Mrs. Banks
Don't Let Go (2002)
as Hazel
A Rugrats Kwanzaa (2001)
as Aunt T. (voice)
Something to Sing About (2000)
as Memaw
A Lesson Before Dying (1999)
as Miss Emma
A Slipping Down Life (1999)
as Clotelia
Patch Adams (1998)
as Joletta
Beloved (1998)
as Ella
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil (1997)
as Minerva
Soul Food (1997)
as Mother Joe
Steel (1997)
as Grandma Odessa
Nothing to Lose (1997)
as Bertha "Mama" Davidson
Buddy (1997)
as Emma
A Family Thing (1996)
as Aunt T.
In the Company of Darkness (1993)
as Apartment Manager
Straight Talk (1992)
as Ethel
Backdraft (1991)
as Nurse
The Kid Who Loved Christmas (1990)
as Mrs. Smith
They Still Call Me Bruce (1987)
as Mrs. Brown
Square Dance (1987)
as Preacher Dixon
On Valentine's Day (1986)
as Aunt Charity
Split Image (1982)
as Maid
Crisis at Central High (1981)
as Lulu Richards
Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders (1979)
as Dora
Book of Numbers (1973)
as Georgia Brown © 2022

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