In the 1980s, she was a topic of everyone’s conversations, but today, she’s difficult to identify.

by banber130389

Recently, Linda Gray, the iconic Dallas legend, was sighted in Valencia, California, engaged in household chores near her residence. This marked her first public appearance in such surroundings in three years.

Best known for her role as Sue Ellen Ewing in the classic TV series Dallas, Linda Gray was spotted at Costco purchasing fruit and a cozy blanket. She sported a casual look in black sweatpants and a beige sweatshirt, navigating the store with a cart and loading her purchases into her car. She also attended to her mailbox.

Linda Gray boasts a distinguished career in entertainment. Following her memorable tenure on Dallas from 1978 to 1991, she ventured into successful film roles and reprised her character in two Dallas reunions.

Notably, she showcased her talent on stage as Mrs. Robinson in a 2001 production of The Graduate. Beyond Dallas, Linda Gray collaborated with Sylvester Stallone on the film Models Inc. from 1994 to 1995 and made an appearance at the 1991 Academy Awards.

She continued to engage with the Dallas franchise through spin-offs in 1996 and 1998, and starred in the Dallas remake from 2012 to 2014.

Despite her professional achievements, Linda Gray experienced a significant personal loss last year with the passing of her son, Jeff Thrasher, at the age of 56. Jeff, who battled leukemia, was the son of Linda’s ex-husband Ed Thrasher, whom she was married to from 1962 to 1983.

Linda Gray also has a daughter, actress Kelly Sloane, who is married to Lance Sloane and has two children. Jeff Thrasher had a successful career as a television director and producer, contributing to shows like Junior Chef Showdown, Canada’s Smartest Person, and The Amazing Race Canada, as well as directing programs such as Vegas Rat Rods and Furze World Wonders.

Following her son’s passing, Linda Gray received an outpouring of support from fans and colleagues in the entertainment industry, underscoring the enduring impact of her remarkable career and personal resilience.