Star on The Face of Love
7/9/1978, Seoul, South Korea
Born in Korea and raised in San Jose, California, Linda Park began performing in theatre productions in high school and went on to study acting at Boston University where she received a B.F.A. Only one year after graduation, she joined the cast of Enterprise as Ensign Hoshi Sato.
Prior to landing that role in 2001, Park had just completed filming "Jurassic Park III." She has also guest-starred on the television series Popular. Her stage credits include "Mad Forest," "Lysistrata," "Cyrano," "Richard III" and "The Trojan Women."
Park currently lives in Los Angeles. She is a bronze-level international Latin ballroom dancer and a certified actor combatant by the Society of American Fight Directors.moreless
Seoul, South Korea
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- Trivia & Quotes
Linda Park: (during an interview) Thank god, you haven't just asked me about Enterprise!
Linda Park: (Speaking of her role on Star Trek: Enterprise) I want Hoshi to become an ass kicking space fighter.
Linda Park: (Speaking of Star Trek: Enterprise) We all have such a great relationship and that's difficult to leave with the feeling of such camaraderie.
Linda Park: Dancing has always been my second love.
Linda Park: I feel that the three years that I’ve been on Star Trek have marked a really important part of my life as a human being, because I was leaving the nest in a lot of ways.
Linda has appeared in the following magazines:
Star Log (June 2002)
DW (Nov 2002)
Star Trek Communicator #140
Linda has appeared on the covers of the following magazines:
Asian Week (Nov 2001)
The Improper Bostonian (Dec 2001)
Steppin' Out (May 2002)
TV Guide (Aug 2002)
At one time, she was dating Trek veteran Tom Hardy, who played Shinzon in "Star Trek: Nemesis". They lived together in South London, England, and were even going to form their own theatre company. However, they appear to have broken off their relationship.
She earned high praise for her performance as Clytemnestra in a production of the play "Agamemnon"
Park's other credits include the little-known films "Geldersma" (2004) and "Honor" (2005). She also made a brief appearance in the 2002 made-for-TV movie "Taken" (not to be confused with the mini-series of the same name.)