Linda Gray boasts an estimated net worth of $12 Million. Beginning her career as a model during the 60s and appearing in over 400 television commercials.
She made appearances on daytime dramas as well as TV series such as Melrose Place, 90210 and Models Inc. She currently resides with husband Ed Thrasher and their two children.
Early Life and Education
Linda Gray was born September 12 in Santa Monica, California. While attending John W. North High School she participated in school plays and her acting debut came with Under the Yum-Yum Tree (1963). Since then she has appeared in television movies such as Big Rip-Off (1975), Dogs (1976) and Murder in Peyton Place before landing a regular recurring role on CBS series Dallas as Sue Ellen Ewing.
After her show ended, she appeared in the 1991 movie Oscar opposite Sylvester Stallone and appeared on British TV series Lovejoy. Additionally, she made her theater directing debut with Terms of Endearment; acting onstage productions included The Vagina Monologues, Agnes of God, and Love Letters were all among these ventures.
She is married to Ed Thrasher, an art director. The couple have two children – Jeff and Kehly. Additionally, she is aunt of actress Lindsay Wagner as well as mother-in-law to producer Lance Sloane.
Linda Gray is perhaps best-known as Sue Ellen Ewing from Dallas. Additionally, she has appeared in other television shows such as Melrose Place, The Bold and the Beautiful and Models Inc as well as movies of the week and feature films.
Gray has won numerous awards and nominations, such as an Emmy for her work on Dallas, Golden Globe Award nominations and awards from Germany such as Bambi (their equivalent of Academy Awards). As well as acting, Gray is also known for directing various television and movie projects.
Since her exit from Dallas revival in 2014, she has remained visible both onscreen and stage.
Achievement and Honors
Gray has earned numerous accolades throughout her acting career, such as two Golden Globe nominations and an Emmy television award nomination. She also holds international accolades such as Germany’s Bambi award and Italy’s Il Gato prize.
Gray has also earned critical acclaim and financial rewards as an on-stage performer, particularly with her work in The Graduate and Terms of Endearment productions. These performances brought Gray critical acclaim while contributing to her overall earnings.
Gray also boasts an accomplished directing career, having directed various TV shows and movies. She currently resides in Santa Monica, California. Gray is passionately committed to charitable causes including supporting organizations such as ALS Association and Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation as well as making wise real estate investments to increase her wealth further.
Gray has proven herself an accomplished actress through intelligent financial decisions throughout her career, leading her to achieve widespread recognition as both director and producer.
She enjoys an impressive social media following and has launched several successful projects, such as her own lingerie line. Additionally, she has appeared in multiple television series and movies.
Theater has also proven fruitful for her; she even played Mrs. Robinson in the West End production of The Graduate, 44 years after being Anne Bancroft’s legs for the film version!
She boasts an extensive real estate investment portfolio, which has helped further increase her wealth. Furthermore, in addition to acting and other ventures she has also written her memoir.
Gray has amassed substantial wealth during her extensive career in the entertainment industry. Her acting roles have provided significant income, while she also excels as a producer and director.
In the 1980s, she rose to fame through her performance as the star of Dallas, garnering tremendous success and respect from audiences worldwide. Additionally, she appeared in spin-off TV show Models Inc. as well as guest starring on Touched by an Angel.
She has won numerous awards and nominations over her long career, such as winning Best Actress for her role in II Gato in 1981, and was given a nomination to win Hollywood Radio and Television Society Won of the Year 1983. Furthermore, she was an esteemed singer.