Linda Carroll Hamilton (born September 26, 1956) is an American actress best known for her portrayal of Sarah Connor in The Terminator and its sequel Terminator 2: Judgment Day and Catherine Chandler in the 1987–1990 television series Beauty and the Beast, for which she was...Wikipedia
Born: 26th September, 1956, Salisbury, Maryland, United States
Height: 5' 6" (168 cm)
Claim to Fame: The Terminator (1984), Beauty and the Beast
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Auditioned for the role of Capt. Kathryn Janeway on "Star Trek: Voyager" (1995).
Is perhaps best known for her roles as Sarah Connor in The Terminator (1984), and Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991), and as Catherine Chandler in "Beauty and the Beast" (1987).
I was enjoying the final act of the solid "X-Men: First Class," when an unexpected familiar face appeared. Captaining an American warship, in a role that must have lasted a combined 45 seconds, was veteran supporting actor Michael Ironside. Suddenly the theater seat was a little more comfy, the effects a little more special and the Cherry Coke a little more delicious.
Ironside has that effect on mainstream action and sci-fi movies. While I've never seen him get higher than fifth or sixth billing, he's always an asset. Just having Michael Ironside walk... Read More
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My heart is so light that it`s amazing. I get to play all this grief, all this loss, all this disaster and chaos. It`s hysterically funny. I am very light. I keep saying I`m Lucy Ricardo trapped in somebody else`s body.
About her reaction to Arnold Schwarzenegger being cast as the Terminator in the original film: "I didn`t take Schwarzenegger very seriously as an actor at that time. I said, `Oh Lord, why cast a man who looks like a machine as a machine? Cast somebody who`s very thin to do these superhuman acts.` And I was wrong. He was used tremendously effectively, and he was served very well by that film."