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Linda Marsh (Lynda Cracovaner)

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Biography

New York City, New York, USA
Linda Marsh was born in New York City on February 8, 1939, her father a physician and her mother an off-Broadway actress and producer. After attending Bennington College, Linda appeared in three short-lived off-Broadway productions. In 1963, and with only two TV episodes in her résumé, Linda was selected by Elia Kazan to play "Thomna Sinnikoglou" in "America, America", receiving a Golden Globe nomination for her portrayal. The following year, she played "Ophelia" at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre in New York in John Gielgud's production of Hamlet (1964), which was filmed on-stage and released as a movie. Read more...

Actor

Character: Thomna Sinnikoglou

America America 1963

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Character: Freebie's Girl

Freebie and the Bean 1974

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Character: Miss Pollack

Homebodies 1974

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Character: Betty Ayres

Mod Squad 1968

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Character: Barbara Thatcher

The Six Million Dollar Man 1974

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Character: Anne Virdon

Harry O 1973

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Character: Lisa

I Spy 1965

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Character: Fern Lockwood

The Waltons 1971

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Character: Nancy Darrow

Marcus Welby, M.D. 1969

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Character: Carla March

The Defenders 1961

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Character: Mildred Squire

Night Gallery 1969

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Character: Irena Damos

It Takes a Thief 1968

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Character: Jenny Donato

Route 66 1960

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