Inside Linda Hunt’s remodeled 1919 house, which she shares with the woman she has been with for 43 years…

Linda Hunt is best known for her role as Operations Manager Hetty Lange on the TV show “NCIS.” She lives with her partner of 43 years in a house from 1919 that has been fixed up. Learn about Hunt’s life and work as you look around the beautiful mansion.

Linda Hunt is an American who acts on stage and in movies. Raymond Davy Hunt and Elsie Doying Hunt gave her life on April 2, 1945, in Morristown, New Jersey.

Raymond worked at Harper Fuel Oil as the vice president, and Elsie taught piano. She taught at the Westport School of Music and sang with the Saugatuck Congregational Church Choir in Westport, Connecticut.

Linda lived in Westport as a child. Marcia, who is five years older than she is, is her older sister. She went to the Interlochen Arts Academy and then graduated from the Goodman School of Drama at the Art Institute of Chicago, which is now called DePaul University.

Linda has played parts on stage, in movies, on TV, and even done voice work. Before she got into movies and TV, she was a well-known actress in the theater.

In 1975, the play “Ah, Wilderness” was her first show on Broadway. For her role in the play “End of the World” in 1984, she was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play.

“Top Girls and a Metamorphosis in Miniature,” “Aunt Dan and Lemon,” “Doubt,” “Mother Courage and Her Children,” and “Top Gun” are some of the plays she has worked on off-Broadway.

Linda’s first movie was the musical comedy “Popeye,” which came out in 1980. In 1982, she played Billy Kwan in the movie “The Year of Living Dangerously.”

She played a man in the movie, for which she won the 1983 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. She was the first person to win an Oscar for playing a character of the opposite gender.

Linda was also in the movies “Dune” in 1984, “She-Devil” in 1989, and “Kindergarten Cop” with Arnold Schwarzenegger in 1990.

She has been on several TV shows, such as “The Practice,” “Without a Trace,” and “NCIS: Los Angeles,” where she plays Operations Manager Henrietta Lange.

Linda has a husky voice, and she has narrated a number of documentaries, commercials, and animated shorts. Her most famous voice-over roles are as Grandmother Willow in “Pocahontas” and as the narrator of the “God of War” video game series.

People know Linda for how short she is. She was told she had hypopituitary dwarfism when she was a teenager, and she is now 4 feet 9 inches tall.

Linda is said to have said that her classmates always made fun of her height. She said that everyone wanted to either take care of her or boss her around.

Linda was picked on at school because she was tall, but her family was always there for her and kept her going. She had said before that she was lucky that her parents were always there for her.

We know a lot about Linda’s work life, but not as much about her personal life. People have asked her if she’s married because they don’t know much else about her.

On the other hand, the actress is married. She has worked with retired psychotherapist Karen Kline as a partner since 1978. In 2008, 20 years after they first met, they got married.

Linda and Kline reportedly don’t have any kids, but the actress has said in a 2016 interview that they do share their dogs.

Linda and Kline live in a bungalow built in 1919 in the Craftsman style in Hollywood with their two dogs. In 2014, they let the Los Angeles Times move into the beautiful property. Linda told a tabloid that when they bought the house, they planned to fix it up. She told him:

“This house has a sense of fun and elegance to it. It’s pleasant.”

The living room of Linda and Klein has star-shaped light fixtures and a cozy mix of old furniture. In the living area, there is also an old chair with dog-head-shaped armrests made of wood.

The property has a 200-square-foot sunroom that feels like an airy alcove. It has clerestory windows, vaulted ceilings, and dramatic Designers Guild wallpaper that shows complicated topiary trees.

The outside of the sunroom has gray board-and-batten siding and a saltbox pitched roof, both of which are common in New England, where Linda and her wife grew up.

As part of the changes to the house, the central hallway was moved to the south. This gave the corridor an extra three feet of space.

A bedroom next to the living room was turned into a den and library that can also be used as a guest room. Changes to the house also made it possible for it to have a circular walkway.

The master bathroom of the house has lavender walls. Watercolor-colored tiles by Filmore Clark are also shown. The eating area, on the other hand, has a simple look.

There are many different colors in the kitchen of the house. The cabinets were repainted in a nice neutral color, and the trim around the doors and windows was done in a New England blue.

Linda has learned to deal with failures, sadness, and even happiness over the course of her life. In March 2018, she was taken to the hospital after a car accident, which was one of the problems she faced.

She was driving a black BMW SUV when she turned left and hit a sedan. Then she hit a Honda SUV. Linda was very upset after the accident, and people had to help her to a lawn chair on the sidewalk.

After paramedics checked on Linda, she had to be taken to the hospital. The drivers of the other two cars, on the other hand, were only slightly hurt.

Linda said in a statement while she was in the hospital that she was getting better and that the accident hadn’t hurt her too badly. She also thanked everyone for their thoughts and prayers.

Linda got better quickly after the accident and kept working on “NCIS.” She is an undeniably strong woman who has never let bad things happen in her life decide what would happen next.

The 76-year-old loves nothing more than to spend time with her husband, who is 70, in their beautiful home with their cute dogs. All in all, this is a great way to picture the woman who goes by the name Linda.