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SAG Awards nominee profile: Laura Linney (‘Ozark’) could finally claim awards hardware for playing Wendy Byrde

Three seasons in, Laura Linney still hasn’t bagged a single piece of awards hardware for playing Wendy Byrde on “Ozark.” But the tide might finally turn at this year’s Screen Actors Guild Awards, where the actress racked up two nominations: one as a member of the Netflix series’s ensemble cast and one individually in the TV drama actress race. These are the eighth and ninth overall bids for the actress, who looks to scare up her second career victory.
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What You Don't Know About Laura Linney

Laura Linney is one of the most versatile, underrated actors in Hollywood. Whether you know her from her roles in cult favorites like Love Actually and Primal Fear, or her TV work on Ozark and The Big C, or even her Oscar-nominated work from the 2004 drama, Kinsey, Linney has captured both your heart and your attention. She's also so adorable and down-to-earth in every interview you'll find of her online.
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Laura Linney is a well-established actor who has achieved a decades-spanning career and multiple awards. According to IMDb, she was born on Feb. 5, 1964 in New York City. Her late father, Romulus Linney, was a playwright and professor and had a huge impact on Linney's life from a young age. She graduated from an elite prep school in 1982 and went on to study acting at Brown University. After her college graduation, Linney continued her acting education at the Juilliard School.

Laura Linney: Golden Globe win after Emmy loss for ‘Ozark’?

Laura Linney is all but certain to earn her lucky seventh Golden Globe nomination this year. Surprisingly, it would be her first for “Ozark,” in which she has played the cunning Wendy Byrde for three seasons. While she did not end up winning the Emmy last September, the actress just picked up a Critics’ Choice Award nomination — her first for “Ozark” from that group — and she could be on the path to earning her third career Golden Globe.

With Jennifer Aniston ineligible, who will win SAG Award for Best Drama Actress: Olivia Colman, Laura Linney … ?

At last year’s Screen Actors Guild Awards, Jennifer Aniston shocked prognosticators when she won for the first season of Apple TV Plus’ “The Morning Show.” Aniston had just lost the Golden Globe to Olivia Colman (“The Crown”), who many pundits thought would prevail again here — after all, Colman’s predecessor Claire Foy claimed this SAG category twice for playing Queen Elizabeth II on the Netflix drama. Now that Aniston is ineligible because “The Morning Show’s” second season was delayed due to Covid-19, who might take up the mantle and win Best TV Drama Actress?
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WCW: Laura Linney

Though the list of her historical films and TV shows is fairly short, Laura Linney is one of this age’s greatest actresses and we figured it was high time to celebrate her contributions to the historical flick list!. Class of ’61 (1993) Truman Show (1998) The House of Mirth (2000)

Can ‘Ozark’s’ Laura Linney avenge her Emmy loss with a SAG Award win?

Since Jennifer Aniston (“The Morning Show”) won’t be back to defend her drama actress crown at the Screen Actors Guild Awards due to COVID-19 delaying production on her show’s second season, the path is all clear for someone else to snatch the statuette. According to our SAG TV odds, most likely to do so is “Ozark’s” Laura Linney, who could avenge her crushing Emmy loss for her show’s third season.