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Linda Carroll Hamilton (born September 26, 1956) is an American actress. She is best known for her portrayal of Sarah Connor in The Terminator film series and Catherine Chandler in the television series Beauty and the Beast (1987-1990), for which she was nominated for two Golden Globe Awards
Golden Globe Awards
and an Emmy Award. She also starred as Vicky Baxter in the horror film Children of the Corn (1984), Doctor Amy Franklin in the monster film King Kong Lives
King Kong Lives
(1986), and Mayor Rachel Wando in the disaster thriller film Dante's Peak
Dante's Peak
(1997). Hamilton had a recurring role as Mary Elizabeth Bartowski on NBC's Chuck.

Contents

1 Early life 2 Career 3 Personal life 4 Filmography

4.1 Film 4.2 Television 4.3 Video games

5 Awards and nominations 6 References 7 External links

Early life[edit] Hamilton was born in Salisbury, Maryland. Hamilton's father, Carroll Stanford Hamilton, a physician, died when she was five, and her mother later married a police chief.[1][2][3] Hamilton has an identical twin sister (Leslie Hamilton Gearren), one older sister and one younger brother. She has said that she was raised in a very 'boring' family, and "voraciously read books" during her spare time.[2] Hamilton went to Wicomico Junior High (now Wicomico Middle School) and Wicomico High School
Wicomico High School
in Salisbury, with Leslie, her twin. She studied for two years at Washington College
Washington College
in Chestertown, Maryland, before moving on to acting studies in New York City. Hamilton has said that her acting professor at Washington College told her she had no hope of earning a living as an actress. In New York, she attended acting workshops given by Lee Strasberg.[4]

Career[edit] Hamilton at the Big Apple Convention
Big Apple Convention
in Manhattan
Manhattan
on October 17, 2009 Hamilton's professional acting debut was on television, and was followed by a major role as Lisa Rogers in the prime-time soap opera Secrets of Midland Heights
Secrets of Midland Heights
(December 1980/January 1981). Her big-screen debut was in the thriller TAG: The Assassination Game (1982) and as a result, she was listed as one of twelve "Promising New Actors of 1982" in John Willis' Screen World, Vol. 34. She also starred in the CBS made-for-TV movie Country Gold alongside Loni Anderson and Earl Holliman. Hamilton played the lead role in Children of the Corn (1984), based on the horror short story by Stephen King. The movie, which made $14 million at the box office,[5] was panned by critics.[6] Hamilton's next role was in The Terminator
The Terminator
(1984), opposite Michael Biehn. The movie was an unexpectedly huge commercial and critical success.[7][8][9] Following The Terminator, Hamilton starred in Black Moon Rising, an action thriller with Tommy Lee Jones. She then returned to television as a guest-star in the mystery series Murder, She Wrote, scoring favorable reviews. Hamilton next starred opposite Ron Perlman
Ron Perlman
in the television series Beauty and the Beast. The series was critically acclaimed, and she received Emmy Award
Emmy Award
and Golden Globe Award
Golden Globe Award
nominations. Hamilton left the series in 1989 and it ended in 1990. Hamilton returned to the big screen with Michael Caine
Michael Caine
in Mr. Destiny (1990) and with Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991), the sequel to The Terminator. The latter was a smash at the box office, grossing over $500 million, more than any other film of that year. Hamilton underwent intense physical training to emphasize the character's transformation from the first film.[10] Her identical twin sister, Leslie Hamilton Gearren, was Linda's double in Terminator 2. Hamilton received two MTV Movie Awards
MTV Movie Awards
for her role in the film, one for Best Female Performance and the other for Most Desirable Female. She reprised the character, Sarah Connor, for the theme park attraction T2 3-D. In 1990, Hamilton was chosen by People Magazine as one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the world. Following the success of the Terminator series, she hosted Saturday Night Live. She returned to television in A Mother's Prayer
A Mother's Prayer
(1995) playing a mother who lost her husband and is diagnosed with AIDS. For her performance in the film, which co-starred Kate Nelligan and Bruce Dern, Hamilton was awarded a CableACE Award for best dramatic performance and nominated for another Golden Globe Award
Golden Globe Award
in 1996. That same year, Hamilton filmed two motion pictures that were released one week apart in 1997: Shadow Conspiracy
Shadow Conspiracy
with Charlie Sheen
Charlie Sheen
and Dante's Peak with Pierce Brosnan. Shadow Conspiracy
Shadow Conspiracy
flopped at the box office, but Dante's Peak
Dante's Peak
grossed $180 million and was one of the biggest commercial hits of the year. She received a Blockbuster Entertainment Award for female performance in Dante's Peak. Hamilton has since appeared on the television series Frasier
Frasier
(season 4 episode "Odd Man Out" as Laura) and According to Jim
According to Jim
and has done more TV movies, including On the Line, Robots Rising, Rescuers: Stories of Courage: Two Couples, Point Last Seen and The Color of Courage. Hamilton and her Beauty and the Beast co-star Ron Perlman
Ron Perlman
reunited in the post-Vietnam war drama Missing in America (2005). In 2009, she returned as Sarah Connor in Terminator Salvation, in voice-overs only. In 2010, she joined the cast of Chuck in the recurring guest role of Mary Elizabeth Bartowski, a CIA agent and long-missing mother of Chuck and Ellie.[11][12] She also appeared as a guest star in the Showtime cable television series Weeds as the marijuana supplier for the series' main character (Mary-Louise Parker). In November 2011, she narrated the Chiller The Future of Fear horror documentary.[13][14] In 2013, Hamilton appeared as Acacia, a Valkyrie, in "Delinquents", a third-season episode of the TV series Lost Girl, a role she would reprise in two subsequent episodes, "End of a Line" in the fourth season, and "Sweet Valkyrie High" in the fifth. She subsequently appeared in a recurring role on the Syfy series Defiance, beginning in that show's second season.[15] In 2019, she reprised her role as Sarah Connor in Terminator: Dark Fate, her first starring role as the character since 1991, and also voiced the character in the video game Gears 5.[16]

Personal life[edit] Hamilton has been married and divorced twice.[17] Her first marriage, from 1982 to 1989, was to Bruce Abbott, who left her when she was pregnant with their son(Dalton born 1989).[18] In 1991, she moved in with film director James Cameron. They had a daughter (Josephine Archer Cameron 26) in 1993.[18] She and Cameron married in 1997, ending in a $50 million divorce settlement in 1999.[19] Hamilton has described herself politically as a Democrat, but she voted for Republican candidate Arnold Schwarzenegger, her Terminator co-star, in the 2003 California gubernatorial election after his campaign convinced her he was suitable for the job.[20] In an October 2005 appearance on Larry King Live, Hamilton discussed her depression and bipolar disorder, which led to violent mood swings and suicidal thoughts during her marriage to Abbott, and, in her view, caused the failure of both of her marriages. She also discussed how she eventually received therapy and medication to manage the condition.[17] While filming Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Hamilton suffered permanent hearing damage in one ear when she fired a gun inside an elevator without using her ear plugs.[21]

Filmography[edit] Film[edit]

Year

Title

Role

Notes

1982

Tag: The Assassination Game

Susan Swayze

1984

Children of the Corn

Vicky

1984

The Stone Boy

Eva Crescent Moon

1984

The Terminator

Sarah Connor

1986

Black Moon Rising

Nina

1986

King Kong Lives

Amy Franklin

1990

Mr. Destiny

Ellen Jane

1991

Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Sarah Connor

1994

Silent Fall

Karen Rainer

1995

Separate Lives

Lauren Porter/Lena

1997

Dante's Peak

Rachel Wando

1997

Shadow Conspiracy

Amanda Givens

1999

The Secret Life of Girls

Ruby Sanford

2001

Skeletons in the Closet

Tina Conway

Direct-to-video movie

2005

Smile

Bridget

2005

Missing in America

Kate

2005

The Kid & I

Susan Mandeville

2006

Broken

Karen

2009

Terminator Salvation

Sarah Connor(voice)

Uncredited

2009

Hard Times

Cory Williams

2010

DC Showcase: Jonah Hex

Madame Lorraine(voice)

2010

Refuge

Amelia Philips

2014

Bermuda Tentacles

Admiral Hansen

2016

A Sunday Horse

Mrs. Walden

2017

Curvature

Florence

2019

Terminator: Dark Fate

Sarah Connor

2019

Easy Does It

King George

Television[edit]

Year

Title

Role

Notes

1980

Shirley

Gloria

Episode: "Teddy Roosevelt Slept Here"

1980

Reunion

Anne Samoorian

Television movie

1980

Rape and Marriage: The Rideout Case

Greta Rideout

Television movie

1980–1981

Secrets of Midland Heights

Lisa Rogers

10 episodes

1982

King's Crossing

Lauren Hollister

10 episodes

1982

Country Gold

Josie Greenwood

Television movie; air date: November 23, 1982[22]

1984

Hill Street Blues

Sandy Valpariso

4 episodes

1985

Secret Weapons

Elena Koslov

Television movie

1986

Murder, She Wrote

Carol McDermott

Episode: "Menace, Anyone?"

1986

Club Med

Kate

Television movie

1987–1989

Beauty and the Beast

Catherine Chandler

46 episodes

1988

Go Toward the Light

Claire Madison

Television movie

1991

Saturday Night Live

Host

Episode: "Linda Hamilton/Mariah Carey"

1995

A Mother's Prayer

Rosemary Holstrom

Television movie

1997

Frasier

Laura

Episode: "Odd Man Out"

1998

On the Line

Det. Jean Martin

Television movie

1998

Rescuers: Stories of Courage: Two Couples

Marie Taquet

Television movie

1998

Point Last Seen

Rachel Harrison

Television movie

1998

The Color of Courage

Anna Sipes

Television movie

1998

The New Batman Adventures

Susan

Voice role in one episode: "Chemistry"

1998–1999

Hercules

Nemesis

Voice only in two episodes: "Hercules and the King for a Day" (1998) and "Hercules and the Romans" (1999)

1999

Batman Beyond

Dr. Stephanie Lake

Voice role in one episode: "Meltdown"

2000

Sex & Mrs. X

Joanna Scott

Television movie

2000

Buzz Lightyear of Star Command

Dr. Furbanna

3 episodes

2001

Bailey's Mistake

Liz Donovan

Television movie

2001

A Girl Thing

Rachel Logan

Television movie

2002

Silent Night

Elisabeth Vincken

Television movie

2003

Wholey Moses

Valerie

Short film

2004

Jonah

June

Short film

2005

According to Jim

Melissa Evans

Episode: "Lean on Me"

2006

Thief

Roselyn Moore

2 episodes

2006

Home by Christmas

Julie Bedford

Television movie

2008–2009

The Line

Carol

11 episodes

2010

Weeds

Linda

3 episodes

2010–2012

Chuck

Mary Elizabeth Bartowski

12 episodes

2013

Bad Behavior

Margaret

Television movie

2013

Lost Girl

Acacia

2 episodes

2013

Air Force One Is Down

United States
United States
President Harriet Rowntree

Television miniseries

2014

Bermuda Tentacles

Admiral Hansen

Television movie

2014–2015

Defiance

Pilar McCawley

6 episodes

2017

Shoot Me Nicely

Layla

Television short

Video games[edit]

Year

Title

Role

Notes

2019

Gears 5

Sarah Connor

Voice

Awards and nominations[edit]

List of awards and nominations

Year Award Category Work Result

1992

Saturn Award

Best Actress

Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Won[citation needed]

1998

Blockbuster Entertainment Awards

Favorite Actress—Action/Adventure

Dante's Peak

Won[23]

1995

CableACE Awards

Actress in a Movie or Miniseries

A Mother's Prayer

Won[citation needed]

2001

DVD Exclusive Awards

Video Premiere Award Best Supporting Actress

Skeletons in the Closet

Won[citation needed]

1988

Golden Globe Awards

Best Performance by an Actress in a TV-Series—Drama

Beauty and the Beast

Nominated[citation needed]

1989

Golden Globe Awards

Best Performance by an Actress in a TV-Series—Drama

Beauty and the Beast

Nominated[citation needed]

1996

Golden Globe Awards

Best Performance by an Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV

A Mother's Prayer

Nominated[citation needed]

1992

MTV Movie Awards

MTV Movie Award Best Female Performance

Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Won[citation needed]

1992

MTV Movie Awards

MTV Movie Award Most Desirable Female

Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Won[citation needed]

2000

Satellite Awards

Golden Satellite Award Best Performance by an Actress in a Miniseries or a Motion Picture

The Color of Courage

Won[citation needed]

References[edit]

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^ a b Pfefferman, Naomi (May 16, 2002). "The 'Jewish' Side of Linda Hamilton". The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles.

^ "Philadelphia Inquirer: Search Results". nl.newsbank.com. Retrieved December 1, 2015.

^ " Linda Hamilton
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^ " Children of the Corn (1984)". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved October 4, 2012.

^ "Children of the Corn (1984)". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved October 4, 2012.

^ " The Terminator
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^ "The Top Movies, Weekend of November 9, 1984". The Numbers. Retrieved September 19, 2010.

^ "'The Terminator' surprises the critics; is a top grosser". Tri City Herald. November 30, 1984. Retrieved September 19, 2010.

^ "Making of Terminator 2". Empire Magazine. September 1991. Retrieved June 5, 2014.

^ Hibberd, James (July 24, 2010). " Linda Hamilton
Linda Hamilton
joins 'Chuck'". The Hollywood Reporter. Archived from the original on 2010-08-26. Retrieved July 25, 2010.

^ " Linda Hamilton
Linda Hamilton
Returns to 'Chuck' for the Series Finale". Archived from the original on 22 April 2016. Retrieved 26 March 2016.

^ "The Future of Fear" Archived 2012-01-15 at the Wayback Machine. Chiller TV. Retrieved January 1, 2012.

^ Zimmerman, Samuel. "Chiller contemplates 'THE FUTURE OF FEAR'". Fangoria. November 23, 2011

^ Seikaly, Andrew (April 10, 2014). " Linda Hamilton
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Tapped for Season Two of Syfy's 'Defiance'". Variety. Retrieved June 10, 2019.

^ Shanley, Patrick (June 9, 2019). "'Terminator: Dark Fate,' 'Gears 5' Crossover Unveiled". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved June 11, 2019.

^ a b " CNN
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Larry King Live
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Interview with Linda Hamilton (transcript)". CNN.com. 2005-10-14. Retrieved January 2, 2008.

^ a b Linda Hamilton
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^ "Forbes: Michael Jordan's Divorce Most Costly Ever". Fox News. 2007-04-16. Retrieved December 15, 2008.

^ "Linda Hamilton: 'I Voted for Scwarzenegger'". starpulse.com. 2007-07-24. Retrieved August 30, 2010.

^ Julius, Marshall. "Linda Hamilton : Interview". Blockbuster LLC. Archived from the original on 2012-10-25. Retrieved 2016-03-03. To this day I have serious hearing loss in one ear. We were shooting a scene in an elevator and I'd forgotten to put my earplugs in.

^ "Garage Sale Finds: What was on TV November 20th through 26th, 1982 (TV Guide Magazine reproduction)". GarageSalin. Retrieved March 19, 2015.

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