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‘Ozark’ Star Laura Linney Reveals How Her Rising Success Led to Her Working With Her Childhood ‘Idol’

When it comes to success, Ozark star Laura Linney would find herself rising higher which led her to work with her childhood “idol.” Linney, who played Wendy Byrde opposite Jason Bateman’s Marty Byrde, has won Emmy Awards and Golden Globe Awards. In addition, she’s been nominated for Academy Awards and Tony Awards, too. Yet getting to work with a specific person just made her life brighter.
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‘Ozark’ Star Laura Linney Hasn’t Seen the Ending of Season 4: Here’s Why

If you want to know “Ozark” star Laura Linney’s thoughts on that explosive Season 4 ending, don’t bother asking her. Linney hasn’t even watched it. Earlier this week, the “Ozark” star sat down with Vulture, and she opened up about her career as an actress. How she got her start early in life, focusing on theater before transitioning to the silver screen. At one point, though, Linney brought up a key point about Season 4. Mainly, the fact that she hasn’t watched any of it.
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‘Ozark’: Here’s ‘Who’ Wendy Byrde Is, According to Laura Linney

After working on “Ozark” for five years and four seasons, star Laura Linney has a pretty good idea of what her character, Wendy Byrde, is all about. Linney sat down with Vulture earlier this thing to talk all things “Ozark,” as well as highlights of Linney’s acting career. To this day, “Ozark” is the longest project she’s ever worked on with 44 episodes. And when asked what she thinks the show is ultimately about, Linney had a clear-cut answer.
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Laura Linney Hasn’t Watched ‘Ozark’ Series Finale, Would ‘Absolutely’ Do More Seasons

Click here to read the full article. Even Laura Linney is having a hard time saying bye to the Byrdes. After portraying matriarch Wendy Byrde on “Ozark” for four seasons, the Oscar and Emmy nominee admitted to not having a desire to watch the series finale of the hit Netflix show, which released at the end of April. “I haven’t seen it,” Linney told Vulture. “I don’t know what they chose. I’m very bad at watching myself and I’m particularly bad at watching things that I really loved doing because it’s going to change the minute I see it. I really can’t...
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‘Ozark’ Star Laura Linney Nearly Landed a Role in This Iconic 1990s Film

Laura Linney has enjoyed a remarkable career in Hollywood, gracefully flowing from films to television screens to the stage for decades. These days, most fans know her as Wendy Byrde in Ozark. Her time as Wendy has earned her two Emmy nominations for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series and one Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a Television Series Drama.
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‘Ozark’ Star Laura Linney Says She’d ‘Love’ to Get a Call About the Upcoming ‘Frasier’ Reboot

As the development of the “Frasier” reboot continues, “Ozark” star Laura Linney says she would ‘love’ to be part of the upcoming project. While speaking to Harper’s Bazaar, Laura Linney spoke about the “Frasier” reboot and how it would be interesting to bring her character, Charlotte Connor, back to the small screen. “I’d love that. Let’s see. Let’s see what happened to good old Charlotte.”
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‘Ozark’: Laura Linney Looks Back at the Show’s Cast Through the Years

The Byrde family and their acquaintances took on the streaming genre by storm with its dark storyline as Jason Bateman’s Marty Byrde set out in Ozark’s first season to desperately try to raise and launder money for the mob. Fans of the popular Netflix series know well how this has turned out, with the second half of the show’s final season finally dropping last week.
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Laura Linney on Getting the Last Word in Ozark

The series finale of Ozark may not have been the ending we wanted, but when has the drama's central Byrde family ever cared about what anyone else wants? (Unsurprisingly, spoilers for the finale of Ozark follow. Surprisingly, so do spoilers for the 2004 finale of Frasier.) Ever since Netflix first...
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