Tonye Patano

Tonye Patano

  • Highest Rated: 91% A Vigilante (2019)
  • Lowest Rated: 20% The David Dance (2016)
  • Birthday: Not Available
  • Birthplace: Not Available
  • Actress Tonye Patano built a number of credits on both the small and big screens thanks to roles in The Great New Wonderful, Little Manhattan, and The Savages. Before that she had guest-starred in a number of successful television programs including New York Undercover, Now and Again, Law & Order, and Sex and the City. In 2005, she landed a major part on the critically respected Showtime series Weeds as Heylia James, a matriarchal marijuana dealer who guards her turf and her family with a vicious tenacity.

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Rating

Title

Credit

Box
Office

Year

91% A Vigilante The Counselor 2019
20% The David Dance Mrs. P. 2016
No Score Yet How to Tell You're a Douchebag Actor 2016
79% Time Out Of Mind Ms. Jackson 2015
32% Every Secret Thing Clarice $97.5K 2015
50% Jack of the Red Hearts Miz 2015
No Score Yet Diving Normal Actor 2015
No Score Yet Ponies Cashier 2012
67% The Company Men Joyce Robertson $4.5M 2011
No Score Yet The Great Fight Sandra Chilton 2011
51% The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3 Regina (Conductor) $65.5M 2009
89% The Savages Ms. Robinson $6.5M 2007
69% Room Homeless Woman 2006
77% Little Manhattan Birdie $0.4M 2005
45% The Thing About My Folks Nurse $0.8M 2005
83% The Hurricane Woman at Prison 1999
No Score Yet Messengers Actor 1999
57% A Price Above Rubies Earring Woman 1998

TV

Rating

Title

Credit

Year

No Score Yet Madam Secretary
2014
Verline Grant
  • 2019
99% Younger
2015
Guest
  • 2018
70% Weeds
2005-2012
Heylia James Heylia
  • 2010
  • 2009
  • 2008
  • 2005
60% Eli Stone
2008-2009
Judge Simms
  • 2008
No Score Yet Third Watch
1999-2005
Danielle
  • 2005
90% Monk
2002-2009
Woman on Train
  • 2004

QUOTES FROM Tonye Patano CHARACTERS

Gabe
Hey Rosemary, um, um you know I-I was just in the neighborhood.
Rosemary
Don't you live in the neighborhood?
Gabe
Well um, um 73rd and west end. I-I guess it depends on how the neighborhood is defined.
Birdie
(rolls her eyes)
Birdie
[rolls her eyes]