Linda is a 20 year veteran of the modeling industry and has been in front of the moving lens for 18 years as actor and television host. This Texas native started her international modeling career at the tender age of 17 and has been invited to and successful in almost every major fashion capital of the world.
From the runways of Milan to the cutting edge fashions of Tokyo, Linda has graced countless magazine covers and editorials, print campaigns, billboards and tv commercials for products than even she can remember, but some notable brands are Fossil, Kanebo, Bvlgari, Cosmopolitan Magazine Japan, Glamour Magazine US, and is frequently featured in Singapore magazines such as Her World, Women's Weekly, and Simply Her.
She moved to Singapore 10 years ago on a three month modeling contract and was promptly invited to move in front of the moving camera as sexy, enigmatic spy “Clansi” in a series of shorts for AXN, traveled the region in search of indigenous tribes in Channel News Asia's “Heritage Hunter”, and moonlighted in Malaysia for a series of shorts for the launch of Food Network Asia, highlighting local fare.
HTC Celebrity Ambassador, mother of 2, an active member of [the]Collective, and having recently and infamously posed as Marilyn Monroe for the Singapore Cancer Society "Lift Your Skirt, Save Your Life" campaign for cervical cancer awareness, and also posed nude – channeling The Birth of Venus - for the Singapore Cancer Society's “CHAIRITY: Artists and Designers Against Cancer” media campaign the year before, Linda shows no limits to her interests or boundaries.
Linda is currently hosting HBO Asia's flagship program "HBO Central", as well as the horror movie showpiece, "The Dark Room". Also currently airing is "Taste of Thailand" on Channel News Asia, as well as "Follow Me Japan" on Hello!Japan network. Her recent projects included "MODE" for Diva/Universal, and is an active and sought after live event emcee for various events around Singapore.
She's also an active supporter of various charities for human trafficking and cancer research.
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