Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
Faith Minton is an American television and film actress and stuntwoman.
Born in Brooklyn, New York, Minton has a stunt and wrestling background and is probably best known for her role as "Hurricane" Rosy Spelman in the 1979 action comedy film Temporale Rosy opposite Gerard Depardieu, and as "Big Mama", a wrestler in the 1981 film ...All The Marbles, with Peter Falk, Laurene Landon and Vicki Frederick. In 1983, she appeared as the villain's henchwoman in the Italian action comedy Go for It, with David Huddleston and in a supporting role in Smokey and the Bandit Part 3, alongsides Paul Williams, Colleen Camp and Jerry Reed, and opposite Jackie Gleason and Mike Henry. She later guest starred in series such as Fantasy Island, Night Court, Simon & Simon, Knight Rider, V.I.P. and Murder, She Wrote (with William Windom).