Linda Darnell

Age: 90
Birthplace: Dallas, Texas, U.S

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Linda Darnell  (October 16, 1923 – April 10, 1965) was an American film actress.
Darnell was a model as a child, and progressed to theater and film acting as an adolescent. At the encouragement of her mother, she made her first film in 1939, and appeared in supporting roles in big budget films for 20th Century Fox throughout the 1940s. She rose to fame with co-starring roles opposite Tyrone Power in adventure films and established a main character career after her role in Forever Amber (1947). Furthermore, she won critical acclaim for her work in Unfaithfully Yours (1948) and A Letter to Three Wives (1949).
Notorious for her unstable personal life, Darnell was incapable of dealing with Hollywood, and landed in a downward spiral of alcoholism, unsuccessful marriages and highly publicized or scandalous affairs. She failed to receive recognition from the industry and its critics, and disappeared from the screen in the 1950s. Darnell died from burns sustained in a house fire.

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Movie Character Year
5y8s518lceywz0rfxuo4kpat8er Blood and Sand Carmen Espinosa 1941
Hv4k00ns2nrikhsftm0aimkrkos Rise and Shine Louise Murray 1941
Vnzf5jc0h6btvx98p3y7ruoodpq Summer Storm Olga 1944
3v2xegnaho1uthr99gkd2huvkgd Sweet and Low-Down Trudy Wilson 1944
Pwfdqzlwpzbcjjahcrplu6e55bp Forever Amber Amber St. Clair 1947
V0ok4scgdv2y122h1flwp8ewcmz Unfaithfully Yours Daphne De Carter 1948
Uvlmedxfpjdxxymfdskpk4f4mui A Letter to Three Wives Lora Mae Hollingsway 1949
Ftagjb14khdsuyiklyakvqujfzo No Way Out Edie Johnson - Mrs. John Biddle 1950
F1h2yq6ukcwvvjg0jaunitumfxh Saturday Island Lieutenant Elizabeth Smythe 1952
A97bvkbn5uowt0muipzokwsftyu Blackbeard, the Pirate Edwina Mansfield 1952
Teynz2qetfkfj7eabhsed3bzzd8 Second Chance Clare Shepperd, alias Clare Sinclair 1953