Linda Glick is a NYC born and bred actress and singer appearing 'across the boards' in Theater, Film, and TV.
She played "Nancy Pelosi" in HBO's TOO BIG TO FAIL, directed by Curtis Hansen (LA Confidential.)
... a musical master of song... Her emotional commitment, intensity, and sincerity catch her listeners with force..."
GC NEWS, CHICAGO
... a class act. There is sunshine in her emotional purity."
NEW YORK POST
... a splendid voice. An incredible performance."
Prior to that, Linda was directed by Madonna in W.E., playing the "Park Avenue Lady."
Most recently, Linda was cast in THE INCREDIBLE JESSICA JAMES, an independent feature film directed by James Strouse, and THE TYCOONS, a wild comedic satire for the stage, playing the hot-to-trot matriarch.
Linda's career began in small, intimate cabaret rooms around NYC: the Duplex, Triad, Judy's,
Rainbow and Stars (and others), where she built a large and loyal following. More recently, Linda appeared at Feinstein's/54Below, PANGEA's Supper Club, and in London!
Linda has performed around the world with her one-woman shows and concerts.
Linda starred as "Mrs. Brice" in two regional productions of FUNNY GIRL, has played leading roles in several shorts and independent films, and was a founding member of the Re-Group Theater Company. She has built a collection of audiobook and voiceover credits into her toolbox.