It’s not unusual to hear of actors falling in love after meeting on a movie set or on stage, and the reason is not far-fetched: wonderful scene chemistry often triggers an affection between stars — an affection that can be ephemeral. However, Linda Hamilton’s feelings for Arnold Schwarzenegger is in a different category, their friendship spanning nearly 40 years since they first met on the set of 1984’s The Terminator.
Resident Alien's Linda Hamilton Unpacks McCallister's 'Mad Vision and Rage,' and Teases What's Ahead
Click here to read the full article. Will Resident Alien‘s General McCallister ever come face to face with Alan Tudyk’s peculiar E.T. Harry Vanderspeigle? Even Linda Hamilton, the actress behind the show’s main antagonist, isn’t quite sure. Yet despite her limited screen time and the many questions surrounding her character’s looming presence, the actress is having a blast as she waits to unravel more of McCallister’s sinister plans. “Always be the one on stage who doesn’t speak because people are always looking at you and waiting for you to do so,” Hamilton tells TVLine. “I’m happy with that part!” While McCallister mostly...
NORFOLK, Va. - The National Soccer Hall of Fame is now home to a former Old Dominion women's soccer coach. Linda Hamilton joins the hall of fame's Class of 2022. She became ODU'S first women's soccer coach in program history, coaching the Monarchs from 1993-95. Hamilton, who currently coaches at...
Linda J. Hamilton, 74, of Villa Rica, passed away on Saturday, Nov. 13, 2021, at Tanner Medical Center in Carrollton. She was born on March 5, 1947, in Atlanta. She was the daughter of the late Dow Lee Hamilton and the late Blanche Griffin Hamilton. Thank you for reading!. Please...
Today’s famous birthdays list for September 26, 2021 includes celebrities Serena Williams, Linda Hamilton
Birthday wishes go out to Serena Williams, Linda Hamilton and all the other celebrities with birthdays today. Check out our slideshow below to see photos of famous people turning a year older on September 26th and learn an interesting fact about each of them. Singer Olivia Newton-John turns 73. Fun...
David Ellison’s Skydance Media bought the Terminator rights and in 2015, Terminator Genisys (read the review) attempted to reboot the franchise, riffing on Cameron’s 1984 original and bringing back Arnold Schwarzenegger to his trademark role. Genisys was supposed to kick-start a new trilogy but disappointing box office saw those plans scraped by Ellison and he decided that what the Terminator franchise was lacking was James Cameron and he reached out to its creator who came onboard Terminator: Dark Fate as an Executive Producer.
Missing person detectives today learned that Linda Hamilton, 69, died in Louisville, Kentucky on March 22. The coroner in Kentucky ruled that she died of medical complications. At the time of the disappearance of Hamilton and her husband, both of whom are intellectually disabled, Linda was being treated at St....
We’re about to kick off the second half of the first season of Resident Alien and we can’t wait! Last week’s episode saw Max and Harry come to a truce as they shared trivial facts about humans and aliens. This fan didn’t even realize how much I needed these two to be friends until I watched the scene between Harry, Max and Sahar.
On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday, Jan. 18, the Eugene Human Rights Commission presented its annual Human Rights Award to Linda Hamilton, a 30-year resident of Eugene who has served on more than 20 local educational and governmental boards and committees. “I call it community civic engagement,” she says, “being at the table to drive the change you need around equity. I’m usually the only Black person on those boards.” Hamilton was the seventh of 12 children in her family, growing up in the bayous of northeast Louisiana. “My mom, Fannie Akins, was Cherokee and Black,” she says. “We all called her Madea. Dad hunted alligator, turtle, rabbit, duck and deer. We grew sugar cane, watermelon, collard greens, and raised chickens, hogs and cows.” By age 12, Linda wanted out. “I was scared,” she recalls. “I saw young girls getting pregnant. Kids dropped out to work in the fields.” She saw her chance at age 15, when her uncle and cousin from Las Vegas came to visit. “I packed my stuff in a brown paper bag,” she says. “We told my mother that I’d be back.” Instead, she wound up living with her aunt, her mom’s baby sister, in Salem, Oregon. She was the only Black person in her 1985 McKay High School graduating class. “I got a lot of attention,” she recalls. “People were so accepting, loving and kind.” She studied criminal justice at Chemeketa Community College, but left to pursue real-life experience as a store detective: Nordstrom’s sent her to its flagship Portland store. She went from there to the Oregon Department of Corrections, where she was one of the first women to work in an all-male maximum security prison, the Oregon State Penitentiary in Salem. In 1996, she was promoted to correctional counselor/parole and probation officer in Eugene, where she lives with her husband, Senior State Trooper Rick Hamilton, and where they raised their daughter, Tiwanna. In 2015, she was elected to an at-large position on the Lane Education Service District Board of Directors. “I got an award from the University of Oregon,” she notes, “for juggling the most meetings!”