Linda Fiorentino

Linda Fiorentino is an American actress who appeared in the film ‘Vision Quest.’ Linda Fiorentino, in addition to being an actress, is also a professional photographer who has been active in the field since 1987.

How old is Linda Fiorentino?

Linda Fiorentino was born on March 9, 1958, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Her nationality is American, and she was born under the sign of Pisces. Linda is also known as Clorinda Fiorentino. She is now 62 years old. Salvatore is her father’s name, and Clorinda Fiorentino is her mother’s.

She grew up in an Italian family with seven siblings, including Catherine Fiorentino, Rose Fiorentino, and Terry Fiorentino Christie. Fiorentino grew up more like a tomboy, always thinking her sisters were prettier than her. She developed an interest in basketball as a child and regularly practiced with her brothers.

Education of Linda Fiorentino

Linda grew up in Philadelphia before relocating to Gloucester County, New Jersey. She attended Washington Township High School there. She then majored in political science at Rosemont College with the intention of pursuing a legal career. She graduated in 1980. Fiorentino, on the other hand, became interested in theatre during her junior year, and by the time she graduated, she had decided to pursue a career as an actress. She later enrolled at the International Center of Photography to study photography.

How much does Linda Fiorentino make?

She won the New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress for her performance in The Last Seduction (1994), the London Film Critics Circle Award for Actress of the Year, and was nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role. Her performance in ‘Men in Black’ was also well-received, earning her two nominations for best supporting actress.

Linda’s net worth is estimated to be $2 million. Linda was cast in ‘Men in Black,’ which became the year’s third highest-grossing film, grossing over $590 million worldwide on a $90 million budget. She gave $1,000 to Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton’s New York Senate campaign in 2008.

Who is Linda Fiorentino married to?

On June 23, 1992, Linda Fiorentino married John Byrum, a film director/writer. The couple, however, divorced a year later (1993). She is currently unattached. Mark T. Rossini, a 17-year veteran of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, pleaded guilty in 2009 to illegally accessing FBI computers during the trial of investigator Anthony Pellicano.

According to some sources, Rossini was dating Fiorentino, who had previously dated Pellicano. Fiorentino desired kids as a young woman, but she lost faith in marriage after her divorce. In an interview, she stated, “Marriage is a financial contract; I have enough contracts.”

Scandals of Linda Fiorentino

The prosecutor in Rossini’s case concluded that Fiorentino provided Rossini’s search results to Pellicano’s barristers. Rossini agreed to pay a fine and resign from the FBI as part of his plea agreement, and Pellicano was sentenced to 30 months in prison for illegal possession of firearms, explosives, and homemade grenades.

How tall is Linda Fiorentino?

Her height is 5 feet and 8 inches. She has black hair and brown eyes.

 Career line of Linda Fiorentino

  • In terms of her professional life, Linda’s first professional acting role was in the 1985 drama career “Vision Quest,” alongside Matthew Modine and Ronny Cox. She then starred in the action film ‘Gotcha,’ in which she played a mysterious spy. The film was not a financial success. During this time, she also appeared as a guest on the TV show ‘Alfred Hitchcock Presents.’
  • The actress made appearances in the films ‘The Moderns’ and ‘Wildfire’ in 1988. A year later, she portrayed Lucy in the TV movie ‘The Neon Empire,’ which tells the story of Junior Morloff, a gangster who plans to build a casino in the small town of Las Vegas after discovering that gambling is legal there.
  • In the early 1990s, Linda appeared in the comedies ‘Queens Logic,’ ‘Shout,’ and ‘Chain of Desire.’ In 1995, she appeared in the thriller films ‘Bodily Harm’ and ‘Jade.’
  • Fiorentino also appeared in Anthony Edwards’ directorial debut, ‘Charlie’s Ghost Story,’ an adventure-comedy film starring Cheech Marin and Trenton Knight.
  • She then appeared in John Dahl’s ‘Unforgettable,’ alongside Ray Liotta. The film tells the story of a man obsessed with determining who murdered his wife. She played Megan in the comedy film ‘Kicked in the Head’ in 1997. The film was directed by Matthew Harrison and starred Kevin Corrigan, Michael Rapaport, and Lili Taylor in the lead roles.
  • The talented actress appeared in the 1998 film ‘Body Count’ alongside David Caruso, John Leguizamo, Donnie Wahlberg, Forest Whitaker, and Ving Rhames. Despite having a well-known cast, the film was released in a direct-to-video format due to poor audience response at test screenings.
  • She appeared in ‘Dogma,’ the fourth film in Kevin Smith’s ‘View Askewniverse’ series. The film’s irreverent portrayal of the Catholic Church and Catholicism sparked considerable controversy before its release. In addition, organized protests delayed its release in several countries and resulted in a few death threats against Smith.
  • In the year 2000, Fiorentino worked on a number of projects, including ‘Ordinary Decent Criminal,’ ‘What Planet Are You From?,’ and ‘Where the Money Is.’ While ‘Ordinary Decent Criminal,’ directed by Thaddeus O’Sullivan, is loosely based on the story of the famous Irish crime boss Martin Cahill, the other two are sci-fi comedy and drama crime films, respectively.
  • In the 2002 film ‘Liberty Stands Still,’ she played a lady threatened by a sniper alongside actor Wesley Snipes.
  • Linda then created two documentaries, one about research in juvenile diabetes and autism and the other about discrimination against Italian-Americans titled ‘Equal Protection.’ In 2009, she starred in ‘Once More with Feeling,’ an independent comedy-drama film directed by Jeff Lipsky and written by Gina O’Brien.
  • The film, which also stars Chazz Palminteri and Drea de Matteo, is about a guy who pursues his old dream of becoming a vocalist by performing karaoke.
  • Aside from work, she has been working on documentaries about juvenile diabetes and autism research, discrimination against Italian Americans in “Equal Protection,” and a daytime show about parenting techniques called “Motherhood” in December 2007. She also made a donation in 2008.