Linda Dano net worth: Linda Dano is an American actress most known as a soap opera actor, but she is also an entrepreneur and best-selling book. As of 2021, Linda Dano has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
|Full Name||Linda Dano|
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
|Date Of Birth||May 12, 1943|
|Place Of Birth||Los Angeles, California, USA|
|Occupation||Actress, author, businesswoman|
|Profession||Activist, Author, Actor, Businessperson|
Linda Dano Early Life
Linda Rae Wildermuth was born in Long Beach, California, to Evelyn (Delgado) and Ted Wildermuth. Dano was married for almost 20 years to actor Frank Attardi, who died in 2004.
She has two stepchildren, three stepgrandchildren, a niece and a nephew, and a niece and a nephew.
Linda Dano Net Worth & Career
Dano joined the ABC serial series One Life to Live in the character of Gretel Cummings from 1978 to 1980 after years on contract with 20th Century Fox alongside performers such as Tom Selleck. She portrayed Cynthia Haines on As the World Turns from 1981 to 1982.
Dano next played romance author Felicia Gallant on Another World from 1982 until the show’s termination on June 25, 1999, earning her a Daytime Emmy Award for Lead Actress in 1993. She was also nominated for Emmys for Leading Actress in 1994 and 1996, as well as Supporting Actress in 1992.
Dano returned to One Life to Live as Gretel, now known as “Rae” Cummings, on June 28, 1999. The character also featured in a crossover plot on the three other ABC soap operas at the time — All My Children, General Hospital, and Port Charles — marking the first time a daytime character has ever been on four programs. Dano was nominated for a Daytime Emmy for Supporting Actress for her performance on One Life to Live in 2003, and she departed the show on March 13, 2004. Dano made a brief appearance as Lena Kendall on CBS’s Guiding Light in 2005. Nora Dunn played Dano on NBC’s Saturday Night Live in the late 1980s. Dano temporarily took into the character of Vivian Alamain on NBC’s Days of Our Lives in early 2021.
Linda Dano Net Worth
Dano had uncredited appearances in Tony Rome, Star!, The Boston Strangler, and Hello, Dolly! from 1967 to 1979.