Linda Park - Updated Feb 2024

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Linda Park

Linda Park is a well-known South Korean-American actress. Linda Park is known for portraying the communications officer Hoshi Sato in the American science fiction TV series “Star Trek: Enterprise.”

Early Life

Linda Park opened her eyes to the world on 9 July 1978, in Seoul, South Korea. She holds a dual nationality of South Korean and American while, she practices Christianity religion.

According to the astrological chart, she has a birth sign of Cancer and is currently 45 years old as of 2023. She belongs to the Korean ethnicity and can speak English, Korean, and some French languages.

Caption: Linda Park’s childhood photo (Source: Instagram)

She was born to her father Chuck Park and her mother Kellie Park. In addition, she was raised along with her sister Michelle Mason. Very little information is available regarding her childhood life.

Education

She went to Dame High School and later joined  the Bellarmine College Preparatory,’ where she participated in several theatrical productions, such as ‘Mad Forest,’ ‘Lysistrata,’ ‘Cyrano de Bergerac,’ ‘Richard III,’ and ‘The Trojan Women.’

Later, she enrolled at Boston University and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in fine arts in 2000. In addition, she enrolled at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, during studying at the university.

Professional Career

Linda Park made a brief appearance in the 2001 feature film “Jurassic Park III” playing the role of Ellie Satler’s assistant. After completing her graduation, she was cast in the role of communications officer Hoshi Sato in the American science fiction TV series of the Star Trek franchise, “Star Trek: Enterprise.” The series is the sixth series of the Star Trek franchise, premiered in September 2001 and aired on UPN.

Caption: The American science fiction TV series, Star Trek Enterprise (Source: Best Buy)

She also appears in “Star Trek: Captain Pike” (2016) as Captain Grace Shintal. Moreover, she played Renee Hansen in the 2004 supernatural drama film “Spectres.” She appeared in the short films “Geldersma” (2004) as Min and “My Prince, My Angel” (2006) as Shen.

Her first film as a producer was the latter. She appeared in the world premiere of Mary Fengar Gail’s play ‘Fuchsia’ in October 2003. In ‘Agamemnon,’ she played the Greek mythological character Clytemnestra, the sister of Helen of Troy and the wife of the King of Mycenae, ‘Agamemnon.’

Continued her successful career

She played the role of fierce officer Michelle Lance in the seven episodes of the NBC crime drama “Raines” in the year 2007. The same year, she was cast as Deputy District Attorney Denise Kwon in the ABC police procedural drama “Women’s Murder Club” appearing in 10 episodes.

She starred as Leechee in the 2009 horror-comedy “Infestation.” Then, she joined the cast of the second season of the Stars drama “Crash” playing the character of Maggie Cheon. Moreover, she appeared in a single episode of “The Mentalist” (2011, as Dr. Montague), “House” (2011, as Dr. Wendy Lee), and “NCIS” (2012, as ‘Lieutenant Nora Patel’).

She also portrayed the role of Anne Deever in Arthur Miller’s play ‘All My Sons,’ which was produced at the ‘Matrix Theater’ in Los Angeles in 2011. Linda played the role of Jan in the 2013 romance drama “The Face of Love.” In 2014, she starred as Dr. Blair Halstrom in two episodes of ‘TNT’s’ crime drama “Legends.”

She played the recurring role of Jun Park in five episodes of the Amazon Prime police-procedural drama “Bosch” in 2017.  In 2018, she appeared in a single episode of the Canadian drama “iZombie” (as a chef) and the Fox medical drama “The Resident” (as Janine Levasseur).

Other theater credits

Her theater credits include ‘Comedy of Errors: The Western,’ directed by Jeromy Cesea and performed at ‘Bellarmine College Preparatory.’ She played Yelena in Chekhov’s play ‘Uncle Vanya.’ She became the first Asian–American actor to play the iconic character Maggie, the cat in Tennessee William’s play ‘Cat on a Hot Tin Roof’ in the year 2017.

Moreover, she has also performed in ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ and ‘The Sisters Matsumoto’ at the ‘Huntington Theatre,’ ‘Love in American Times’ at the ‘San Jose Rep,’ ‘The Trayvon Martin Plays’ at the ‘Center Theatre Group,’ and ‘Top Girls’ at the ‘Antaeus Theatre Company.’

Additionally, she is the creator and executive producer of the food web series “Urban Harvest,” which features recipes with a personal touch. She has appeared on the show several times. She narrated DB John’s audiobook ‘Star of the North,’ a thrilling story about a woman’s battle to release her twin sister from North Korean imprisonment. Moreover, she founded the theatre company ‘Underground Asylum.’

Net Worth 2024

As of 2023, Linda’s net worth is estimated at around $1 million while her annual salary and earnings are yet unknown. Meanwhile, she has made a good sum of money through her acting roles in TV series, and movies.

Relationship Status

On the 17 June 2018, Linda Park married to actor Daniel Bess. With the marriage, the couple has a son whose name is Cassius Park Bess. The pair married after dating for 3 years.

Moreover, the family is currently living together and spending their quality time with each other. Linda was in a relationship with British actor Tom Hardy in 2004.

Body Measurements

Caption: Linda Park posing for a photo (Source: Instagram)

Linda Park stands 5 feet 4 inches tall (1.65 m) and weighs around 52 kg (115 lbs). Meanwhile, she has a pair of black eyes with black hair color and her body measurement is 30-23-33 inches.

Linda Park – Social Media

On her Instagram page ‘@reallindapark’ there are over 21.8k followers. Likewise, there are over 38.5k followers on her Twitter page ‘@realLindaPark’ and she is currently not active on Facebook.