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Linda Manz Biography
Linda Manz was an American screen actress from New York known for her roles in the films Days of Heaven and Out of the Blue.
The process of finishing that film became famous for Malick’s difficulty in editing it, and after two years he brought in Linda Manz to do narration.
A mature, “streetwise” kid, Manz rose to the occasion and ad-libbed while watching the movie. Critics heaped praise on her (and the film), and she was credited with saving the project.
After a few other appearances in film and TV, Manz settled outside of Los Angeles and raised a family.
She returned only occasionally to the screen, appearing in Gummo (1997) and The Game (1997, directed by David Fincher).
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