Linda Blair Net Worth

Linda Blair Net Worth:

$2 Million

Find out Linda Blair’s net worth

Linda Blair Net Worth


Linda Blair

Net Worth:

$2 Million

Birthday Date:

Jan 22, 1959 (63 years old)




4 feet 11 inches (1.52 m)


Actor Model, Author, Model Film Producer


United States of America

What is Linda Blair’s net worth?

Linda Blair is an American producer and actress who has an estimated net worth of $2 million. Linda Blair Is best known for her Oscar-nominated and Golden Globe-winning appearance on screen as Regan MacNeil in the 1973 horror film “The Exorcist.” Linda hosted the Fox/ABC Paranormal reality series for the family “Scariest places on earth” from 2001 until 2006. She also starred as Joni Witherspoon in”L.A. 7″ on the BBC program “L.A. 7” (2000). Blair has over 70 credits in acting on her list, including the movies “Airport 1975” (1974), “Hell Night” (1981), “Repossessed” (1990) as well as “Scream” (1996) as well as the television show “Hidden faces” (1968-1969), “Fantasy Island” (1982), “Murder Then She wrote” (1985) and “Supernatural” (2006). Linda has also been featured on reality shows and game shows like “Win and Lose” (1988), “Hollywood Squares” (2000-2003), “Pit Boss” (2010-2012), “Celebrity Ghost Stories” (2012) and “Hollywood Medium” with Tyler Henry” (2017) She was also an associate producer for”Grotesque” (1988) and “Skins. “Grotesque” (1988) as well as “Skins” (1994). in 1997 Blair appeared as Rizzo in the Broadway production of “Grease.”

Early Life

Linda Blair was born Linda Denise Blair on the 22nd of January 1959, in St. Louis, Missouri. Blair is the child of Elinore Blair and James Blair, and she has two older siblings: Debbie as well as Jim. Blair’s father was an ex-S Navy test pilot, who was later an executive recruitment specialist after which when Linda was two old girls, their family relocated from Westport, Connecticut after James got a job offer in New York City. Elinore was an agent for real estate in Westport. Linda started modeling at the age of 5 years old. Later, she appeared in catalogs of J.C. Penney, Sears, and Macy’s and was featured in more than 70 commercials for companies like Welch’s. When Linda was just six when she was offered the opportunity to model in ads printed and published in “The New York Times.” Blair began riding horses from a young age and then was a certified equestrian.


Linda Blair Net Worth

The year was 1968 when Linda became Allyn Jaffe in the NBC soap show “Hidden Faces” and her debut film was in the year 1970’s “The Way We Live Today.” The following year, she starred in the movie “The Sporting Club,” as well in the year 1973. She appeared in the role of Regan MacNeil, a 12-year-old girl who is possessed by a demon in the film “The Exorcist” along with Ellen Burstyn. As of the year 2019, “The Exorcist” has earned $441.3 million (or more than $1.8 billion after accounting for inflation) The film also received an impressive 10 Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture and Best Supporting Actress for Blair. Linda reprised her part in the film of the same name in 1977’s “Exorcist II: The Heretic.” After achieving stardom in “The Exorcist,” Blair appeared in the films “Airport 1975” (1974), “Roller Boogie” (1979) as well as “Wild Horse Hank” (1979), and also in the TV films “Born innocent” (1974), “Sarah T.”- Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic” (1975), “Sweet Hostage” (1975), “Victory at Entebbe” (1976) as well as “Summer of Fear” (1978). In the 1980s Blair appeared as a guest star in “Fantasy Island” (1982), “The Love Boat” (1982), “Murder She Wrote” (1985) as well as “Monsters” (1989) as well as was in more than 20 films, including “Ruckus” (1980), “Chained Heat” (1983), “Night Patrol” (1984), “Red Heat” (1985), “Nightforce” (1987), “Moving Target” (1988), “Grotesque” (1988)”Grotesque” in 1988, “Grotesque” (1988), and “The chilling” (1989).

Blair played the role of the lead in the role of Marti Gaines, the lead character in 1981’s slasher flick “Hell Night,” and she also posed naked in the magazine “Playboy” magazine in 1983. She co-starred alongside Leslie Nielsen and Ned Beatty in the 1990 “Exorcist” parody “Repossessed,” and around this time, she was in the film “Zapped Once More!” (1990), “Dead Sleep” (1990), and “Fatal Bond” (1991) as well as the TV films “Calendar Girl Cop, Killer? “The Bambi Bembenek Story” (1992) and “Perry Mason: The Case of the Heartbroken Bride” (1992). Linda appeared as a guest in “MacGyver” (1990), “Married… with Children” (1992), “Renegade” (1996), “Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal” (1998) as well as “Godzilla the Series” (1999), and the year 1996 saw her reunited together with “Summer of Fury” Director Wes Craven when she played “Obnoxious Reporter” in the cult thriller “Scream.” The year 2000 saw her as a guest star as Joni Witherspoon in “L.A. 7,” a British TV show that starred the band S Club 7 and she was featured as a character in “Exorcising the devil” part of “History’s Mysteries” (2002). Blair appeared as a guest in the TV show “Supernatural” (2006) as well as in the TV documentaries “Battling darkness” (2013) and she appeared in the TV film “Monster Makers” (2003) as well as the movies “Hitters Anonymous” (2005), “All is Normal” (2006)”All is Normal” (2006) as well as “Surge Of Power: Revenge of the Sequel” (2016). Blair has been an official panelist in “RuPaul’s Drag Race” (2014) as well as “American Rescue Dogs” (2018) as well as she was a guest in “Eli Roth’s History of Horror” (2018) as well as “Cursed films” (2020). In 2021, she was awarded an award for Best Actress award at the Hollywood Blood Horror Festival for the movie “Landfill.”

Your Life

When Linda was 15 years old, she was dating musician Rick Springfield. She also had a relationship with guitar player Neil Giraldo (who later married Pat Benatar), Deep Purple bassist Glenn Hughes, Styx guitarist Tommy Shaw, and actor Wings Hauser. The year 1982 was the time that Blair was photographed topless in “Oui” magazine. Also, in the accompanying interview, she claimed that she thought singer Rick James was “very attractive.”¬†Linda and Rick later were in a relationship for two years and she was also the singer’s subject in his hit song “Cold-blooded.”

In his book 2014 “Glow the autobiography of Rick James” (which was released 10 years following his death), James wrote of the relationship “Linda was awe-inspiring. A wild spirit. A gorgeous mind. A stunning body. She was a lover of going high and sloshing just as I did. ….It was an affair I was hoping could last. But it didn’t.” In his book, Linda confessed to her the truth that she “had an abortion and that it was the child of his.”

In the latter part of 1977, Blair had been arrested by police in Connecticut and was charged in late 1977 with “conspiracy of committing a felony in connection with the possible sale and purchase of cocaine.” She was sentenced to three years probation following plead guilty to possession of cocaine in a conspiracy, and she was also ordered to appear in public several times to inform young people about the dangers of drugs.

On the show in 2014, Blair appeared on “The Doctors,” Blair revealed that she was recently diagnosed as having an umbilical hernia.

Animal Rescue

She also created a non-profit organization called that is now known as the Linda Blair WorldHeart Foundation, which is committed to “rescuing rehabilitation and rehoming neglected, abused as well as abandoned animal species.” Linda was a vegan in the mid-2000s following over a decade of being vegetarian. Additionally, she co-authored the publication “Going vegan!” together with Sunny J. Harris.

Nominations and Awards

in 1974 Blair was awarded the Academy Award nomination for Best Actress in the supporting Role as well as Golden Globe nominations for Best Supporting Actress for – Motion Picture and Most Promising Newcomer Female to “The Exorcist.” Linda received the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture, and around this time, she got the two Bravo Otto nominations to be Best Actress (1974 and 1975). The year 1991 was the time she won the Joe Bob Briggs Life Time Achievement Award for Horror. In 2007 she was admitted into the Phoenix International Horror & Sci-Fi Film Festival Hall of Fame. “Born innocent” received a TV Land Award nomination for Blockbuster Movie of the Week in 2006. In 2021 “Landfill” won an award from the Hollywood Blood Horror Festival award for the Best Acting Ensemble, and a Seattle Film Festival award nomination for the best ensemble in a feature Film. “Landfill” also won Blair an award at the Hollywood Blood Horror Festival Best Actress award.

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