Linda Porter Bio – Linda Porter Wiki
Linda Porter was an American character actress, best known for her role as Myrtle in NBC’s Superstore. She had played Myrtle since Superstore‘s first season, appearing in a total of 35 episodes.
Porter also recently recurred as Lady Slot-Addict in David Lynch’s Twin Peaks revival for Showtime. Her numerous other TV credits included guest roles in Childrens Hospital, Togetherness, 2 Broke Girls, Bunheads, The Mindy Project, How I Met Your Mother, as well as a number of Disney Channel programs including Raven’s Home and Phil of the Future.
Her film work includes Pee-Wee’s Big Holiday, Mercy and Dude Where’s My Car? She was most recently seen in 2017’s The House.
Linda Porter Age
Linda Porter was born on January 31, 1933 in Cleveland, Ohio, United States. She died on September 25, 2019 aged 86.
Linda Porter Death
Porter died on September 25, 2019 after a long battle with cancer. She was 86.
Superstore star Ben Feldman offered his condolences on Twitter: “Here’s hoping the angels don’t call cut right away because your best stuff always came at the end. We’ll miss you Linda Porter.”
Here’s hoping the angels don’t call cut right away because your best stuff always came at the end. We’ll miss you Linda Porter. pic.twitter.com/bcdkZtUnXq
— Ben Feldman (@WhosBenFeldman) September 27, 2019
Danny Gura, who plays Elias on Superstore, paid tribute to Porter on Twitter: “We lost a good one. R.I.P. Linda Porter, who was always smiling and always brightened up the Superstore set. This is a hard one. You will be missed.”
We lost a good one. R.I.P. Linda Porter, who was always smiling and always brightened up the Superstore set. This is a hard one. You will be missed. pic.twitter.com/qfHT5DrG2i
— Danny Gura (@DannyGura) September 27, 2019
Superstore writer Owen Ellickson also chimed in, writing on Twitter: “RIP Linda Porter, a wonderful actress and a lovely person.”
Linda Porter Cause of Death
Linda Porter’s cause of death was cancer.
Linda Porter Height
She stood at a height of 5 feet (1.52 m) inches.