Disclaimer: This page is far from being Linda Cardellini's resume. But one thing is certain, where you are right now is a manifestation of how her actual Hollywood resume would look like--one that brims with her impeccable roles in the show business. After landing on the role of Lindsay Weir in 1999, she then paved her way to stardom as she nailed her roles in her succeeding projects. Without further ado, get to know this American actress slash writer who has captured the hearts of many. Ladies and gents, the list of Linda Cardellini's best movies and TV shows!
Freaks and Geeks might have been a short-lived TV series but since its inception in 1999, this dramedy show has undeniably become a cult-favorite, starring Linda Cardellini. If you haven't known already, his angsty character that goes by the name Lindsay Weir marked the go signal for her to climb up the Hollywood stairs to fame, making Freaks and Geeks one of Linda Cardellini's best movies ever!
Who would forget Velma Dinkley's bangs in the live-action film Scooby-Doo: The Movie? And just like wine, the movie, together with Linda Cardellini, has aged gracefully. And accept it or no, it will always be part of your childhood, right? Here, we see a geeky Linda whose charm is always rooted in her ability to pull off a comedic character.
Bloodline could be one of those Netflix originals that have been flying under the radar for quite some time now, and if you haven't watched Linda Cardellini in it, you are surely missing out on a lot of dramas. Who doesn't want drama, right? You might want to sign up for a closer look at a dysfunctional family with a lot of issues to deal with.
Talk about a powerhouse cast we've got here! Starring Mark Wahlberg, Will Ferrell, and none other than Linda Cardenilli herself, Daddy's Home 2 highlights her versatility as an actor who can pull off a comedy while ensuring her mother figure stays on point. Here, you can actually surmise that she stands out despite the strong charisma of her two co-actors. Watch it to believe it!
You know how, sometimes, juxtaposing two characters to bring out the best in each other can be a real good thing instead of them competing? If you do, then you will certainly take delight in watching Avengers: Age of Ultron, Linda Cardellini's one of the best movies, as she played the character of Laura Barton, Black Widow's close friend.
Veering towards horror and thriller, we are now introduced to Linda Cardellini's character as Genevieve Gage, who engages in some virtual interaction with some psychopath that later leads to torture and pain. Prepare your heart as you can get some ants in your pants watching how Genevieve gets kidnapped and tortured. Will her daddy able to save him? Find out here.
Yes, Greek Book, the Oscar Best Picture awardee! And yes, Linda Cardellini played a supporting role but she just proved us, once again, that no role is small for anybody and that all roles are equally important in a film! Witness Linda as a supportive wife to the lead actor and how she created a paradigm shift for her husband. Really, Green Book is one of Linda Cardellini's best movies.
If there is one reason why Legally Blonde made it to the roster of best Linda Cardellini movies and TV shows, it's the fact that this American actress proves that you can play a small role and yet create a big impact. Yes, Reese Witherspoon, who played the lead role, is brilliant, sure. But with all due respect, only Cardellini can put a dry character in a funny context and that's on period!
We thought you would love to see more of Linda Cardellini's best movies and TV shows that lean on the dramatic (or thrilling) side of things. And so, enter The Lazarus Project, where she played the role of Julie Ingram. There's no particular way of enticing you to explore this film but by telling that Paul Walker stars in it.
During Linda Cardellini's college years, her way of coping with stress was watching Scooby-Doo. In her words, "When I was a kid, Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! (1969) was, hands down, my favorite cartoon. Even when I was older, when I was in college studying and I needed to tune out for a while, I'd watch "Scooby-Doo." But what's more interesting about it is her most unforgettable role as
Velma Dinkley from Scooby-Doo live-action movie based on the cartoon version. A random twist of fate? Destiny? Well, whatever you call it, we will always associate her with the existence of one of the most iconic movie and TV duos ever--Scooby Doo and Shaggy!
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