Linda Park is a television veteran, having been a series regular on numerous shows. She is most well known for her role as Hoshi Sato in Star Trek’s Enterprise. She went on to star in NBC’s Raines, ABC’s Women’s
Murder Club and Starz’ original Crash with Dennis Hopper. She has guest starred on a number of hit shows including House and The Mentalist.

This past year she filmed Look of Love directed by Arie Posin, starring Annette Bening and Ed Harris.

Linda is a seasoned stage actress and a member of the prestigious Antaeus Theatre Company in Los Angeles. She has performed at the Getty Villa in Carey Perloff’s production of Elektra along with Oscar winning
Olympia Dukasis . She starred in Philip Kan Gotunda’s world premiere of Love In American Times at San Jose Repertory Theatre for which she nominated San Francisco Drama Critic’s Circle best female lead.
She starred as Ann Deever in a multi ethnic NAACP award winning and Ovation nominated production of All My Sons at The Matrix Theatre.  She was most recently seen as Essie in Antaeus Theatre’s production of You Can’t Take It With You and will next be seen in their production of  George Bernard Shaw’s Mrs. Warren’s Profession as Vivie.

An inspiring producer she is working on a new web series with her cousin Susan Park entitled UnHinged; a dark comedy about two slightly coo coo cousins and their neurotic adventures in sex, love and life.

Linda has been a lifelong foodie and avid cook. Her passion for healing with diet began when she was diagnosed with Lupus at the age of eighteen. Her journey has led her to a place of joy and symbiosis with food as medicine, pleasure, community and personal activism.  She shares her recipes and experience on her blog PuraVida.