Linda Carlson : Family, Net Worth, Husband, Children, Parents, Movies and Tv Shows

Linda Carlson was an American actress passed away on October 26 know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Husband, Children, Parents, Movies and Tv Shows

Linda Carlson : Family, Net Worth, Husband, Children, Parents, Movies and Tv Shows
Linda Carlson American actress
  Bio
Name Linda Carlson
Birthdate ( Age) 12 May 1945
Died 26 October 2021
Place of Birth  Knoxville, Tennessee, United States
Nationality American
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner Philip Charles MacKenzie (m. 1971–1990), Jim Carlson
Children Not Known
Parents Name not Known
Education Not Known
Profession American actress
Net Worth $1 Million - $2 Million
Last Update Nonember 2021

Linda Carlson was an American actress who starred in the '90s classic Honey, I Blew Up the Kids, passed away after her battle with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.

The actress reportedly passed away on October 26 in her home in Gaylordsville, Connecticut.The Tennessee native became a familiar face in Hollywood after starring in the 1982 sitcom Newhart, as Bev Dutton, the manager of the small Vermont television station where Bob Newhart hosted a Sunday afternoon interview program.

Early Life and Family

Carlson was born in Knoxville, Tennessee in May 12, 1945,and raised in Minnesota and was of Swedish descent.She attended the University of Iowa, where she received a bachelor's degree in speech and dramatic arts. She went on to teach for several months at a high school in Flint, Michigan, before moving to New York City, where she attended the NYU School of the Arts and received a master's degree.She later taught acting at NYU.

Linda Carlson Husband

She was married to actor-director Philip Charles MacKenzie, whom she met at NYU.They eventually divorced.She went on to marry Jim Hart, a former Marine Corps tank officer turned IT specialist.

Linda Carlson Net Worth

Linda Carlson was an American actress hasa an estimated Net Worth around $1 Million - $2 Million in 2021.

Professional Career

Carlson broke into professional theater with the Negro Ensemble Company in New York, then spent a season at the Repertory Theatre in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.She went on to appear at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, Minnesota, at Canada's Manitoba Theatre Center in Winnipeg, and at the McCarter Theatre in Princeton, New Jersey, as well as with the Indiana Repertory Theatre in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Off-Broadway productions in which she appeared include The Harangues (1969), The Death of Lord Chatterly (1973), Miss Julie (1973), Demons: A Possession (1974), Winner Take All (1975) and Light Up the Sky (1990).On Broadway, she portrayed Crete in Full Circle (1973) and was an understudy in A Memory of Two Mondays / 27 Wagons Full of Cotton (1976), and They Knew What They Wanted (1976).

Carlson starred on Westside Medical,portrayed Katie McKenna on Kaz and appeared on Murder One.Carlson played the part of Ellen Sherback in the Kojak episode "Cry for the Kids" in 1977.In the episode "Hotel Oceanview" of the series WKRP in Cincinnati, which premiered on November 28, 1980, Carlson played a woman attracted to station salesman Herb Tarlek (Frank Bonner). He is deeply shaken when she tells him that they were on the football team together in high school, she having since undergone a sex change.

On the series Newhart, Carlson had a recurring role as Bev Dutton, the manager of the small Vermont television station where Bob Newhart hosted a Sunday afternoon interview program.Carlson appeared in the episode ""Comings and Goings" of the 1995 situation comedy Double Rush.