Famed American actress Joanne Linville passed away on Sunday at age 93 in Los Angeles.
Joanne was known for her performance in several blockbuster television shows. She featured in the show The Twilight Zone in 1961. Joanne essayed the role of a Romulan Commander in 1968 episode of Star Trek: The Original Series.
The actress also made an appearance in one episode of a historical show: Kraft Theatre and Alfred Hitchcock Presents.
She did not only star in TV shows but had made a mark in high-profile films as well.
She is known for the films A Star is Born, and Gable and Lombard, her 1976 performance.
Late Joanne was born in Bakersfield, California, and married director Mark Rydell in 1962. Together they shared two children, Amy and Christopher, who are also actors. The couple divorced in 1973.
Her ex-husband Rydell directed the 2001 TV Movie James Dean in which Linville essayed the role of a famed gossip columnist known as Hedda Hopper.
Joanne was not only an actress by profession but also a writer. She wrote a book named Seven Steps to an Acting Craft.
According to Fox News, "Linville lived a full life. One whose spirit, passion for art and life was an inspiration to all who had the pleasure of knowing her."