Louise Linton Biography
Louise Linton is a Scottish actress who has appeared in the 2016 remake of Cabin Fever and also in minor roles in the television series CSI: NY and Cold Case.
Louise Linton Age
Hay was born on 21 December, 1980 in Edinburgh, Scotland. She is 38 years old as of 2018.
Louise Linton Family
Hay was born the youngest of three children of William and Rachel Hay. She used to spend weekends at Melville Castle which her family owns, it is outside Edinburgh. Her mother died of breast cancer, aged 53, when she was 14 years old.
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Linton met United States Secretary of the Treasury, Steven Mnuchin through mutual friends at a wedding reception in Los Angeles in 2013. The couple got married on 24 June 2017. The civil ceremony took place at the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium in Washington, D.C at which vice president Mike Pence officiated.
From 2006 to 2009, Hay was married to Los Angeles attorney Ronald Richards.
Louise Linton Education
Hay attended St George’s School for Girls and Fettes College. She was then interested in acting from early age after observing students from Pepperdine University participating at the Edinburgh Festival. Louise vowed to her father that she would one day attend “Pepperdine and be an actress.”
According to her, Linton trained in Edinburgh with a private coach from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, from which she then gained honours after an exam.
After boarding school, Linton spent part of her gap year as a volunteer in northern Zambia, before attending university in the United States.
Linton graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in journalism from Pepperdine University earning a J.D. degree from the University of West Los Angeles School of Law, a private, for-profit law school which is accredited by the State Bar of California Committee of Bar Examiners, but not accredited by the American Bar Association.
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Hay serves on the board of Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA and also the Old Fettesian’s US Board of Trustees for Fettes College in Edinburgh. Linton was an ambassador for Erskine Wounded Warriors Scotland from 2010 to 2012, and is also an ambassador for the Scottish Butterfly Trust for Cystic Fibrosis.
Louise has stated that she adopted her stage surname from her grandfather partly to avoid confusion with the author Louise Hay and partly to protect her family.
Linton’s first film was 2007’s Lions for Lambs, in which she played Miss M, but later her scenes were dropped from the final release. Louise portrayed Katie in the Roy Lee horror film The Echo in 2008. Linton’s first lead role was in the sci-fi film Scavengers.
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She then appeared in Cabin Fever and played the lead role of Elizabeth in the thriller Intruder in 2016. Linton has also acted in episodes of the TV series CSI: NY and Cold Case, and also in the film Crew 2 Crew. She was featured in the 2003 reality TV series Hopelessly Rich.
Linton is a producing partner at Stormchaser Films, a Los Angeles-based independent production company that she then founded in 2012. It is named for her brother’s dinghy.
Louise recounted volunteering during her 1999 gap year in interviews from 2009 to 2011 in what she described as “war-torn Zambia”, and the night she spent “hiding in the bush as Hutu rebels attacked the village she was working in”. Louise drew widespread criticism for her self-published memoir about her experiences in Zambia, titled In Congo’s Shadow, co-authored by Wendy Holden in 2016. An excerpt from the memoir which was published in The Telegraph, drew intense scrutiny, with many readers objecting to her portrayal of Zambia. The Zambian High Commission in London and also others criticised the book for its inaccuracies and also promotion of the false narrative of “the white saviour”.
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Louise Linton cast as Elizabeth in the horror film Intruder alongside Steven Beckingham, Teresa Decher, Susannah Mars, Mary McDonald-Lewis and Moby.
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Louise posed for Maxim in 2009.
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Louise Linton Net Worth
Linton’s net worth is not yet revealed.
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Louise Linton is rebranding herself with a Sundance appearance and two upcoming films
Published: 31 January 2019
Just in time for all this talk about taxing the rich, Washington’s favorite Marie Antoinette has resurfaced! Louise Linton — wearer of designer clothing, owner of expensive jewelry and the wife of uber-rich Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin — was spotted at Sundance Film Festival this week.
Linton appears to be trying very hard to put all her controversies behind her. A brief recap of her let-them-eat cake blunders: Her 2016 self-published memoir about her gap year in Zambia was torched for being a classic “White-Savior-in-Africa” account; she was savaged for an Instagram post of herself accompanying Mnuchin on a government plane in which she tagged her pricey designer clothing — and then clapped back at a critical commenter by boasting about how much she and Mnuchin pay in taxes; later, she posed with him, clutching a newly minted sheet of American currency bearing his signature — an image that immediately sparked memes and comparisons to Bond villains.
But enough rehashing! Linton is trying to turn the page and cast herself as a hustling everywoman — albeit in the business of Hollywood films. Per an interview she gave the Hollywood Reporter, she has a new production company and is working on two movies: One is the never-released rom-com she filmed in 2014, and the other is a “dark comedy called ‘Me, You, Madness,’ about a young thief, played by Ed Westwick, who discovers he’s robbing the home of a serial killer.” Which sounds . . . interesting?
Linton, who wore a pair of Ugg boots (her go-to “I’m relatable!” footwear) and a Dodgers cap around Sundance, is producing, directing and writing the flick.
The former actress also recently refocused her Instagram account away from designer-flaunting and onto her philanthropy, she said in the interview. And she brushed off questions about a congressional investigation into her husband’s department lifting sanctions on Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska, telling THR, “I’m a filmmaker, I’m not a politician.”
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