Marlo Thomas Launched New Website With AOL

Posted by on Sep 27, 2010 | 2 Comments

To create a website called “MarloThomas.comMarlo Thomas and AOL are grouped where she hopes to empower women. is a new website which is especially made for women. This website is launched on 22nd September, 2010 by Marlo Thomas who is 72-year-old actress. She is recognized best for acting in the TV Series “That Girl” as well as her book Free to Be…You and Me way back in the 1960′s and she has played in many other roles throughout the years.

About her new project Thomas had said, “I could not be more excited about partnering with AOL. The idea for this site has been humming in my head for years, and to bring it to fruition in partnership with a company that shares my core values of informing, entertaining and connecting the world is an absolute joy. I am delighted to provide a platform in which a community of women can come together and share their stories, learn from one another and have some fun.

Thomas was born on November 21, 1937 in Detroit, Michigan. She was the eldest child of Lebanese-American comedian Danny Thomas, who passed away in the year 1991. Not only she is an actress but she is also a social activist and a producer. She is also known for numerous non-profit works she has done for Saint Jude’s Children’s Hospital founded by her father.

The website, which launched 2 days ago, has a goal in mind. It wants to bring together women from all over the world, for them to share stories, photos and videos with others. Marlo Thomas with AOL has produced a site that purports to offer “an exciting mix of original videos; live, two-way conversations; and other innovative programming.”

Marlo Thomas has helped define an empowered world for women, created ground breaking content for children, and produced best-selling books that improve and inspire people’s lives… Marlo continues to have a big impact on families and health through through her work at St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital and we expect her to have just as significant an impact on our audience,” said Tim Armstrong, Chairman and CEO of AOL.


  1. Pat Andersen says:

    How do I nominate a woman that has made a difference in her community. i have an awesome candidate. Marlo mentioned it at the AARP conference. Please let me know Thanks, Pat Andersen

  2. Donna says:

    Thank you for making the world a better place. You’re an amazing woman. When I was a kid, our family watched “Make Room for Daddy”/”The Danny Thomas Show” and later on, “That Girl”….we loved those shows. It was great seeing you on “The Joy Behar Show”. Congratulations on the success of your new book. I’m looking forward to reading it. Sincerely, Donna

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