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琳达·伊万斯 Linda Evans

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Actress Linda Evans has personified beauty and grace to American television viewers for over five decades, from her role as Audra Barkley, a daughter of the Old West on The Big Valley (1965-1969 on ABC) to the glamorous Krystle Carrington on Dynasty (1981-1989 on ABC) to Hell's Kitchen, the British competitive cooking reality show she won in 2009.

Linda became one of the most celebrated female television stars of the 1980s. For her role as Krystle, wife of an oil multimillionaire played by John Forsythe and good girl counterpart to Joan Collins' evil Alexis, Linda was nominated five times for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a TV Drama series (every year from 1982 to 1986). She won in 1982, sharing the honor with Barbara Bel Geddes of rival prime time television soap opera Dallas. Linda won five People's Choice Awards as Favorite Actress in a Drama Series in 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, and 1986, and was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead actress in a Drama Series in 1983. For her contribution to the television industry, Linda has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6834 Hollywood Blvd.

Linda was born on November 18, 1942, as Linda Evenstad in Hartford, Connecticut, the second of three daughters to parents who were professional dancers. When Linda was six months old, her family moved to Hollywood.

At age 14, Linda was encouraged to take drama classes to overcome her shyness. At 15, she joined a friend who was auditioning for a television commercial. Linda got the part.

A short time later, Linda earned her first guest-starring role on a major television series, Bachelor Father, starring John Forsythe, whose career would become eternally tied to Linda when they portrayed the powerful Carringtons on Dynasty. She went on to guest-star on The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, Wagon Train, My Favorite Martian and other staples of the 1960s before landing the role of Audra, daughter of Big Valley matriarch Victoria Barkley, played by Barbara Stanwyck.

Between her Audra years and her portrayal of Krystle, Linda was rarely off the airwaves, guest starring on shows that ranged from McCloud to The Rockford Files, from the miniseries North and South to the prime time drama Hunter, co-starring Linda as secret agent Marty Shaw.

After Dynasty, Linda decided there was something more to life than Hollywood and moved to the Pacific Northwest, where she began an extraordinary journey of self-discovery.

But she returned to performing frequently, starring in the stage play, Legends, and winning the Hell's Kitchen competition while working under Michelin-starred chef Marco Pierre White.

Linda's often lavish and luxurious life has rivaled Krystle Carrington's. She has dined with queens and presidents, been romanced by the rich and famous, and today, what Linda treasures most is the wisdom she has gained along the way.

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  • Partner of Linda Evans Fitness Centers (15 locations) which eventually closed after she left the partnership in 2004 and began working with another fitness chain.
  • Her real last name, Evanstad, is of Norwegian origin.
  • In 1959, she was voted an "Honorary Colonel" at the Hollywood Legion Post 43 on a gala night that featured upcoming female stars. Another girl in the group that same night was 芭芭拉·帕金斯.
  • Because to her character's name on Dynasty (1981), she starred in an advertising campaign for Crystal Light beverages, starting in 1984.
  • Regularly listed as one of the most beautiful women in America, she appeared in Playboy magazine at the behest of then-husband 约翰·德里克 in 1971. Those photos were published a second time in 1982 when she was turning forty.
  • In 2009, she won the fourth series of the British reality television series Hell's Kitchen (2004).
  • Former Miss Golden Globe.
  • 芭芭拉·斯坦威克, her television mother on The Big Valley (1965), always called her "Audra" after her character Audra Barkley, even after the series ended. She claims she learned much about acting from Stanwyck.
  • Her singing vocals in 沙滩毯宾果 (1965) was dubbed by Jackie Ward (known at the time as Robin Ward), who was one of the most popular studio singers of the 1960s-1970s.
  • Honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6834 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California. [August 1987]
  • Became a step-grandmother at age 26 when her nineteen-year-old stepson Russell Derek and his wife Lynette had a girl, Alyce, on June 28, 1969.
  • Daughter of professional dancers Alba (1904-1958) and Arlene Evanstad (1917-1969). Both of her parents died from cancer.
  • Lives in Lakewood, WA.
  • Two sisters: Carol (older) and Kathy (younger).
  • Met future husband 约翰·德里克 right after the pilot for The Big Valley (1965) aired. Derek called the show's producers to ask if he could photograph Evans. She moved in with him by the end of 1965 and scaled back her career considerably during their eight years together as a couple. They separated on Christmas day 1973 following the disclosure of his affair with 波·德瑞克, who had turned 17 just a month earlier.
  • Arrested for DUI in her home state of Washington. After extensive blood tests the ticket was amended to reckless driving. Went unpublicized for 3 years until dash cam footage surfaced online in March 2017. [May 2014]
  • Her second husband, Stan Herman, died of leukemia in 2002.
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