Linda Fiorentino Biography
|Date of Birth:||1958 , March-9|
|Age:||60 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Height:||5 Feet 8 Inch|
|Birth Name||Clorinda Fiorentino|
|Birth Place/City||South Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Net Worth||$2 million|
|Married to||John Byrum (m. 1992–1993)|
|Divorce||John Byrum (m. 1992–1993)|
|Awards||New York Film Critics Circle Award|
|Siblings||Terry Fiorentino Christie, Rose Fiorentino, Catherine Fiorentino|
Linda Fiorentino is an American actress, well known for her leading role in the 1985 American age drama film, Vision Quest. She is also mostly known for her breakout performances in the action film Gotcha! (1985), After Hours (1985), Queens Logic (1991) and Jade (1995).
Fiorentino won the Independent Spirit Awards for Best Female Lead in neo-noir erotic thriller film, The Last Seduction.
Early Life, Bio, And Education Of Linda Fiorentino
Linda Fiorentino was born on 9 March 1958, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. She belongs to white ethnicity and holds an American nationality.
Fiorentino was born to Clorinda Fiorentino and grew up with her sisters, Terrie Fiorentino Christie, Rose Fiorentino, and Catherine Fiorentino in South Philadelphia. She later went to the Turnersville section of Washington Township, Gloucester County, New Jersey.
Fiorentino attended the Washington Township High School in Sewell, New Jersey and completed her graduation in the year 1976. And following his schooling, she obtained a bachelor's degree in political science from the Rosemont College in suburban Philadelphia. At that time, she started performing in theatrical plays.
Fiorentino also studied photography at the International Center of Photography in New York City since 1987.
Linda Fiorentino's Professional Career
Linda Fiorentino began her professional acting career in 1985 starring in American age drama film, Vision Quest. The same year, she appeared in the comedy-action movie, Gotcha! as Sasha Banicek / Cheryl Brewster, CIA Agent which was filmed in the United States, Paris, and on both sides of the Berlin Wall.
It was not until 1994 that Fiorentino became widely recognized, bearing accolades for her appearance in a modern film noir, The Last Seduction, as the murderous femme fatale, Bridget.
Though The Last Seduction first aired on HBO television, Fiorentino was ineligible for an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress, despite glowing reviews.
Fiorentino co-starred with American actor, film director as well as producer Paul Newman in the 2000 heist film Where the Money Is. She also played a woman threatened by a sniper in the 2002 film Liberty Stands Still opposite Wesley Snipes.
In the year 2007, Fiorentino also developed two documentaries called Equal Protection and a daytime talk show about parenting, titled The Motherhood.
Linda Fiorentino's Net Worth And Earning
Linda Fiorentino has earned a good amount of net worth from her successful career as an actress. Her current net worth according to The Richest, is around $2 million in 2018.
The actress has also played a number of iconic roles in several movies. In 1997, he was a cast in the action comedy film Men in Back and the movie became the instant hit at the box office grossing over $589.3 million worldwide against a $90 million budget. It was also the year's third highest-grossing film.
In 1997, Fiorentino purchased a two-bedroom house for $578,000 in Westport, Cincinnati. In 2015, she took her mansion on the market for $1.1 million.
Linda Fiorentino's Personal Life, Family, And Affair
Linda Fiorentino is currently single. Previously she was married to John Byrum, an American Film Director, and writer known for the Razor's Edge, Heartbeat, Duet's and Inserts. She and her husband Byrum married in 1992, and after being for one year together, they divorced in 1993. The reason for their divorce wasn't made public.
Fiorentino was reported to be dating Jayson William, an American Departed Basketball player, circa 200 but the relationship didn't make it happily to the 21st century.
In 2006, Fiorentino was in a relationship with a former FBI agent Mark Rossini. When the pair met, Rossini was still an FBI agent.
Rossini was proven guilty of passing important information to Fiorentino to help Pellicano, a Hollywood Private Investigator from wiretapping allegations.