About Lynda Day George
The zodiac sign of Lynda Day George is Aquarius.
The name of her family members is unknown as she kept them in a closet away from the media. The only little information about her family is that her father was an air force officer, and she lost her brother to cancer in the '70s, who was only 26 years old then.
Lynda Day George has always praised and considered Peter Graves her mentor. The veteran actor took her under his banner at a young age, and their friendship lasted until his death from that time onwards.
The December born now lives at Toluca Lake, California.
In 1972, Lynda Day George was nominated for Golden Globe in the category of Best TV Actress for 'Mission Impossible'(1966).
Christopher George, the husband of Lynda, was already a famous face on the TV and known for the miniseries 'The Rat Patrol'(1966-197), which had an IMDb rating of 7.4
Lynda Day George Net Worth, Earnings & Spending Habits
What is Lynda Day George’s net worth?
According to media sources, the net worth of Lynda Day George is estimated to be $2.5 million.
How much does Lynda Day George earn per year?
Lynda Day George's annual income is currently unknown to any media sources.
Height, Age & Physical Attributes
How tall is Lynda Day George?
The height of Lynda Day George is 5 ft 8 in (173 cm).
How old is Lynda Day George?
Lynda Day George was born on December 11, 1944, and is 77 years old as of 2021.
Childhood And Education
Lynda Day George was born and brought up in San Marcos, Texas, with her brother.
While living in Texas, she attended the West Phoenix High School, which is situated in Phoenix, Arizona. there is no information about the university she had attended.
Family, Romance And Relationships
Who is Lynda Day George’s partner?
Lynda Day George married Joseph Pantano in 1963 and stayed together until 1970. The couple had a son named Nicky Pantano.
Her subsequent marriage happened in 1970 to the famous actor Christopher George. Tragedy struck when Christopher George died at 52 years of age due to a heart attack. They had a daughter together, and her name was Krisinda Casey George.
Lynda Day George married for the third time to Doug Cronin in 1990. Sadly, Doug Cronin passed away in 2010 due to cancer. They lived in Washington.
Career And Professional Highlights
Best Known For…
Before getting involved in the world of cinema Lynda Day George wanted to become a surgeon.
She started her modeling career with Eillen Ford Agency and soon became an important member who starred in magazines and TV commercials.
After some time, Broadway came calling, and she played a role in the play 'The Devils' written by John Whiting and shared the stage with Jason Robards and Anne Bancroft.
After this success, Lynda Day George moved to Los Angeles, and her Hollywood career began. She first started with guest roles in series like 'Route 66'(1962-1963), 'Flipper'(1964), 'The Green Hornet'(1966), 'The Fugitive'(1967), and many more.
While doing guest roles in the series, she also worked in two TV movies, namely 'The Sound Of Anger'(1968) and 'Fear No Evil'(1969). 'Fear No Evil' was a pilot film for Universal/NBC, and the story was woven around a psychiatrist who investigates a person with supernatural possession.
The primary role that opened numerous opportunities for the December born was Amelia Cole in 'The Silent Force'(1970-1971). This series was a spin-off of the famous 'Mission Impossible' (1966-1973), and she co starred with actors like Ed Nelson and Percy Rodrigues.
The 'Mission Impossible' series came calling for Lynda Day George as she has already starred and has the experience of working in 'The Silent Force'. In 'Mission Impossible' (1971-1973) she played the role of Lisa Casey, which became very popular and was responsible for her nomination for the Golden Globe in 1972 and the Emmy in 1973. Though in the final season, Lynda missed a few episodes due to her maternity leave and was temporarily replaced by Barbara Anderson.
Her career took another turn when she met and married Christopher George and they together starred in several movies including 'McCloud'(1971), 'Love Boat'(1977), and 'Vegas'(1978). They even together appeared in episodes of 'F.B.I'(1970).
Another important series in which the December born was a cast member was 'Wonder Woman'(1975-1979). Lynda played the role of the villain Nazi Wonder Woman Fausta Grables in the series which was created by William Moulton Marston and Stanley Ralph Ross.
She continued her work as a guest star even after these popular roles and appeared in 'Kung Fu'(1974), 'Barnaby Jones'(1973-1975), and also played supporting roles in 'Once An Eagle'(1976-1977), 'Rich Man, Poor Man'(1976) and, 'Roots'(1977).
Other than these works she is known for starring in several horror cult classics namely 'Day Of The Animal'(1977), 'Pieces'(1982), and 'Mortuary'(1983).
After the death of her husband, Christopher George, in 1983 she did not regularly work in movies. When in 1989, MI was revived, she played the role of Lisa Casey in a single episode. She called quits on her acting days in 2002 but in 2021 she said that she is ready to return to the movie world.
Born Lynda Louise Day, the American actress is known for her acting prowess and her career spanned quite a few decades. Lynda has been nominated for Golden Globe and Emmy for her iconic role of Lisa Casey in the drama series 'Mission Impossible'(1966).
No such information to the media is present about Lynda Day George's association with any charity.
What awards has Lynda Day George won?
The American Actress has not won any awards though she was nominated for some of her works.
In 1973 Lynda Day George was nominated for Primetime Emmy in the category of Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role as Lisa Casey in the drama series 'Mission Impossible'(1966) which has an IMDb rating of 7.9.
Lynda Day George’s Hobbies And Interests
During her early days in her film career, Lynda Day George was very interested in gymnastics and that is how she kept herself in shape.
In an interview with Ed Robertson of TV Confidential, the December born mentioned that she is working with a biographer to create a memoir on her acting career titled 'Lynda Day George: A Hollywood Memoir'.
Other Interesting Lynda Day George Facts And Trivia
- Lynda Day George met Christopher George on the set of 'Gentle Rain'(1966).
- In her younger days, Lynda was an activist against ozone layer depletion.
- Lynda Day George and Christopher George have worked together on multiple projects, which include 'Chisum'(1970), 'The House On Greenapple Road'(1970), 'Monday At 40,000 Feet!'(1976), 'Love Boat'(1977), 'Cruise In Terror'(1978), and 'Mortuary'(1983).
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