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.)
In 2004, while "Star Trek: Enterprise" was still in production, Park took time off from playing Hoshi to co-star with "Star Trek: Next Generation" actress Marina Sirtis and " Enterprise" guest actor Tucker Smallwood in the science fiction thriller "Spectres". She would go on to co-star with Sirtis in the "Star Trek: Enterprise" series finale episode, "These Are the Voyages...", in which Sirtis played her familiar role of Deanna Troi.
At the first reading for the role of Hoshi on "Star Trek: Enterprise", Linda faced many Asian actresses who also wanted the role, but Linda was called back to read again. The producers then decided to hold a screen test and eventually gave her the part. She went on to play the role throughout all four seasons, from 2001 until its cancellation in 2005.
She made a guest appearance on the television series "Popular" at the same time her future "Star Trek: Enterprise" castmate Anthony Montgomery was working on the show, and the two appeared in the same episode.
She applied for roles in "Rush Hour 2" and "Jurassic Park III" (both released in 2001), ultimately winning a supporting role in the latter film -- the first time she set foot on a big Hollywood set.
After graduation from Boston University, she spent some time in New York, and later went to Hollywood.
By her high school years, she was already a professional actress, with her first paid performance being in Tom Stoppard's play "Arcadia"
Linda had her first stage appearance when she was a child as Princess Rhyme in the show "The Phantom Tollbooth" in the Community Theatre.
She was born in Seoul, Korea, but she moved with her parents to San Jose, California when she was one.
From October 19 to November 11, 2005, she played Clytemnestra in a New York City production of "Agamemnon".
In October 2003, Park starred in UA's world premiere of the Mary Fengar Gail's play "Fuschia".
Among her college stage credits are:
Cyrano de Bergerac
The Trojan Women
She studied at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
During her college career, she spent a semester in England.
She participated in a number of theatrical productions in her teens at Bellarmine College Preparatory.
She participated in a number of theatrical productions in her teens at Notre Dame High School.
She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Boston University.
She attended at Bellarmine College Preparatory.
She is not related to actress Grace Park of Battlestar Galactica fame.
She also produced and starred in My Prince, My Angel (2003).
As of 2006, she currently lives in Los Angeles, California.
She is the co-founder of the theater company Underground Asylum.
She is still an active student of dance, including ballet.
Less than a year after her graduation, she was cast in the role of Hoshi Sato in Star Trek: Enterprise.
She is a bronze-level international Latin ballroom dancer.
She speaks Korean, Spanish, English and French.
She attended at Notre Dame High School in San Jose, California and graduated in 1996.
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.