If you love American women actress and singers, then you will have quite a few reasons to find this article interesting and informative. We will be looking at the life and achievements of Laura Linney. She is a beautiful-looking and highly talented American actress who has quite a few awards to her credit. These include four Primetime Emmy Awards and quite a few other awards in her name. She also has the distinction as being one of the few actors who has had the good fortune of being recognized as a nominee for the famed Tony Awards. She has had a fabulous career and she made her debut in Broadway in the year 1990 and since then there has been no looking back.
She did her schooling from Julliard School and her graduation in B.A from Brown University in the year 1986. She was born in the city of Manhattan and is the daughter of Miriam Anderson. Her mother worked as a nurse. Her dad Romulus Zachariah was a professor and playwright. Her great grandfather was a senator belonging to the Republican Party. She had a modest childhood sharing a one room apartment with her mother. She also had a half sister by the name Susan. LInney first married David Adkins in 1995 and they divorced in 2000. In 2007 she became engaged again to real estate agent Marc Schauer, from Colorado. She married him in 2009 and since then they have been living together.
She made her screen debut as an actress in the year 1992 and the name of the film was Lorenzo’s Oil. Her natural talent for acting is too well known and since 1992 she has churned out quite a few stunning performances. As mentioned above, she has been nominated for a number of prestigious awards.
She is one of the few actresses who have been able to make a big impression in the big screen, the small screen (television) and also the theater. She made her film debut in the year 1992 with the famous Lorenzo’s Oil. She made her debut in the small screen way back in 1993 and her acting achievements saw her winning the prestigious Emmy award in the year 2002. Her portrayal as the wife of the second president of the United States, and her depiction as an American Singer are just a few examples of her successful career in the television screen. She continues to have a reasonably strong presence in the small screen.
Her film career spans over forty films with her debut way back in 1993. Even her latest film The Dinner released in 2017 was appreciated well. She enacted the role of Claire Lohman in this film. She has also acted in around nineteen roles in the small screen starting from Class of 61 in 1993 to Sink, Sank, and sunk in 2017, where she donned the role of Mitzi Mills. She also has twelve theater credits to her name starting with Six Degrees Of Separation in 1990-1992 and her last theater performance was The Little Foxes in 2017 in which she did the roles of Regina Giddens and Birdie Hubbard. In fine at the age of 53 there are reasons to believe that she still has quite a bit of acting prowess left in her. Her net worth could be around $7 million.