The middle Hollywood of Variety reported that the talented Joanne Linville He died at the age of 93 last Sunday in the city of Los Angeles. The actress was the first female to play a commander romulana in the original series of Star Trek.
Linville saw the light for the first time in the rural city of Bakersfield, in California, on January 15, 1928. After appearing in his first film, The copper gorge, his interventions on television followed one another incessantly in such international series as Dinastía, Charlie’s Angels, Colombo, Hawaii 5-0, and a long etc.
In Hollywood, she will also be remembered for the very famous acting school that she founded with her teacher, Stella Adler, and it bears the name of the latter. This is how they said goodbye to the actress from the renowned academy:
“His classes were a sacred place, an exciting adventure, a challenge, an opportunity to reach unimaginable depths at work, a life-changing experience,” could be read in his farewell post.
“Joanne was my teacher and one of the most important people in my life to grow as an actor and as a person,” the actor wrote under the image Mark Ruffalo. He also recalled that: “he taught me everything I know about being an act, he loved her very much and he loved her family,” he said, sending them his condolences.
With his heart in hand, the famous actor also wanted to thank her for her passage through the world in the most heartfelt way: “Thank you for everything, I know it was not easy. I will love you forever and I will carry you in my heart. Rest in peace, mentor , colleague and friend. Shine like the star you always were. “