Biography - A Short Wiki
Louise Linton is a famous Scottish actress who gains fame with her roles in horror films like Intruder and Cabin Fever. She has also played roles in the TV series like Cold Case.
Here is a short summary of Louise Linton's career:
Linton told me that she has got her stage surname by her grandfather because she didn’t want to get confused with the famous author Louise Hay. Her first movie, LION FOR LAMBS, was released in the year 2007, but her scenes were deleted eventually. In the year 2008, she played the role of Katie in the movie, THE ECHO. The director told that Linton wasn’t his first choice as an actress, but her husband paid an amount of $200,000 to the director to cast her for the role.
Family and Personal Life
In the year 2006, she got married to Ronald Richards, but they got divorced in the year 2009. She met Mnunchin through their mutual friends in the year 2013 at a wedding in Los Angeles. Both of them got engaged two years after dating in 2015. On 24th June, in the year 2017, she got married to Mnunchin, and they had a civil ceremony.
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Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts
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|Age (as of today)
|Date of Birth
|Place of Birth
|1.7 m, 5 feet 7 inches
|58 kg, 128 lbs
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Height, Weight, and Age
Louise Linton's height is pretty average measuring 1.7 m. The actress weighs 58 kg.
"When I went to D.C., I thought I would have an incredible platform to help animals. But I realized very quickly that there were huge limits to what I could do."Louise Linton
"I respect that my husband makes decisions he feels are sensible and intelligent... It's not my place to give him political advice."Louise Linton
"It's the life of an actor to always be questioning, always be wondering. There is no occupation in the world less dependable."Louise Linton
"It sucks, being perceived as a person that you're not; it sucks being hated."Louise Linton
"I think after being kicked and slapped on social media a billion times, I had this one time. This lady said I was a deplorable human being, and that hurt."Louise Linton