Nobody knows who she is anymore! Following the death of her son, the famous actress had a string of bad luck

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Sue Ellen was a familiar face from Dallas, but only a few of us could place her now. Linda Gray, 81, has experienced a lot in her life, particularly since the death of her son.

As all Romanians who grew up watching the popular sitcom in the 1990s know, Linda Gray or Sue Ellen from Dallas has now vanished.

The 81-year-old actress was photographed in public for the first time since her son’s death.

Sue Ellen has vanished from the face of the earth! Linda Gray appears in public for the first time since her son’s death.

Linda Gray is a former model, actress, and director who is best known for playing Sue Ellen Ewing, the wife of Larry Hagman’s character JR. Ewing.

Sue Ellen was played by Linda Gray for the whole length of the iconic Dallas series, which lasted from 1978 to 1991.

He has starred in a number of critically acclaimed films. She continued her role as Sue Ellen at every Dallas-related meeting.

It’s the first time the Dallas actor has discussed her son’s death in public. Linda Gray was seen shopping near her house in California.

Even after Dallas, Linda has become almost unrecognizable, dressed casually and far from the image of a diva that fans have come to expect from her.

Linda Gray was caught with her spectacles on and a visibly aged visage walking a cart. Years have left their mark on the famous actress, as has the anguish imposed by her son’s death.

The famous actress owns a farm in the Valencia suburbs of California, where she lives quietly.

A year ago, Linda Gray went through one of the most trying times in her life as a mom. Her son, Jeff Thrasher, died at the age of 56.

About Jeff Thrasher works as a director and producer in the television industry. His most recent project was the Junior Chef Showdown.

He’s also worked as a producer on shows including The Amazing Race Canada and Canada’s Smartest Person.

In 2017, he worked as a director for Furze World Wonders. In 2015, he worked at Vegas Rat Rods.

 

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