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Linda Watson Biography

Linda Watson is a famous Opera Singer, who was born on September 15, 1955 in Zimbabwe. According to Astrologers, zodiac sign is Virgo.

Linda Margaret Watson (born September 15, 1955) is a former field hockey player from Zimbabwe, who was a member of the national team that won the gold medal at the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow. Watson was also one of Zimbabwe’s top hurdlers and sprinters.

Because of the boycott of the United States and other countries, only one team was available to compete in the Women’s Field Hockey Tournament: the hosting USSR team. A late request was sent to the government of the African nation, which quickly assembled a team less than a week before the competition started. To everyone’s surprise they won, claiming Zimbabwe’s only medal in the 1980 Games.

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Linda Watson Net Worth

Linda Watson is one of the richest Opera Singer & listed on most popular Opera Singer. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Linda Watson net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

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Net Worth$1.5 Million
SalaryUnder Review
Source of IncomeOpera Singer
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HouseLiving in own house.

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Ranked on the list of most popular Opera Singer. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Zimbabwe. Linda Watson celebrates birthday on September 15 of every year.

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Linda Watson is world renowned as one of the top Wagnerian sopranos of our time..

In December 2015 her next debut will be the title role of TURANDOT in Puccini's final masterpiece.

The entire year mainly she is on stage singing the big roles of the german repertoire in Vienna, Düsseldorf, Porto, Doha and Copenhagen.

 Her major figures are BRÜNNHILDE, ISOLDE by Wagner as well as MARSCHALLIN, FÄRBERIN, ARIADNE and ELEKTRA by Richard Strauss.

With conductor James Levine she sang KUNDRY at the MET in New York. With the same role she appeared next to Placido Domingo in Los Angeles. On stage at La Scala in Milano she succeeded with ORTRUD as well as she recently presented her interpretation of ISOLDE with Peter Seiffert as Tristan at the Vienna State Opera. Linda Watson appears in Paris, Tokyo, Bayreuth, Buenos Aires and many more great opera stages in the world.

There is no other dramatic soprano who can be heard on so many official Ring Cycle records as Linda Watson, including the latest Bayreuth Ring and the Grammy nomenee record from Vienna under Christian Thielemann.

A documentation and the complete opera movie about a special version of Wagner's Ring shows Linda Watson singing all three roles of Brünnhilde in one single performance which became the longest opera role of the world.

with Leonard Bernstein

The native Californian began her career as a mezzo, when near the end of the 80’s, Leonard Bernstein brought her to Vienna to perform in his “A quiet place”, with him at the podium.

germany, where she added to her mezzo-Repertoire such  roles as Azucena in Verdi’s “Il Trovatore”, Marina in Mussorsky’s “Boris Godunov”, as well as her first Wagner roles: Brangäne in “Tristan und Isolde” and Venus in “Tannhäuser”.

as Marina in  "Boris Godunov"

as Ariadne in  "Ariadne auf Naxos" .

Between 1992-2005 Linda Watson became a member of the ensemble first in Aachen, followed by Leipzig and later at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in Duesseldorf, when she was awarded the prestigious title of Kammersängerin.

During this time she smoothly made the change from mezzo to soprano, and could be heard as Sieglinde in “Die Walküre”, Marschallin in “Der Rosenkavalier”, Ariadne in “Ardiadne auf Naxos” and Isolde in “Tristan und Isolde”.

as Ortrud in "Lohengrin" (Düsseldorf 1999)

as Kundry with Domingo in "Parsifal" (MET-New York 2003) 

Linda Watson exceptional interpretation of Kundry attracted the attention of Placido Domingo, who then brought her to Barecelona in 2001, where he sang “Parsifal” at her side.

The great success of the collaboration between these two artists was such that they then appeared together in Madrid, Washington and Los Angeles. Linda Watson’s MET debut in New York came soon after, also as Kundry with Placido Domingo as her partner.

The composer's grandson Wolfgang Wagner congratulate "his" Brünnhilde Linda Watson

In 1998 she followed her calling to the Bayreuth Festival where she appeared as Kundry; from 200-2005 as Ortrud; and 2006-10 as Brünnhilde in the new “Ring” production under Christian Thielemann.

Christian Thielmann

Christian Thielemann on the topic:

We have the best “Ring” cast in the world. (…) Linda Watson has what I would wish for in Brünnhilde, the right dark timbre.

(Die Welt, 24th of july 2006)

Next to Linda Watson’s incomparable timbre, conductors especially value her tremendous flexibility and her musicality, which led her in the last few years to working with such prominent artists as  Claudio Abbado, Zubin Mehta, Antonio Pappano, Christian Thielemann, Kent Nagano, Christoph Eschenbach, Bertrand de Billy, Franz Welser-Möst, Jeffrey Tate, Gidon Kremer, Jiri Kout, James Levine, Valery Gergiev, Daniele Gatti, James Conlon, Heinz Fricke, Hartmut Haenchen etc. 

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Susan Watson

Susan Watson
AliasesLinda WatsonGDF
OccupationMilitary nurse
Played byLinda Miller,
Akiko Santo (voice, Japanese version),
Julie Bennett (voice, English dub)[1]

Lieutenant Susan Watson (スーザン・ワトソン,   Sūzan Watoson) is a protagonist in the 1967King Kongfilm, King Kong Escapes.

Name[edit | edit source]

Susan Watson is erroneously called Linda Watson in the codex entry for Gorosaurus in Godzilla Defense Force, combining her name with that of her actress, Linda Miller.

History[edit | edit source]

Showa era[edit | edit source]

King Kong Escapes[edit | edit source]

Susan was a nurse aboard a United Nations vessel traveling in the Indian and Pacific Oceans near Indonesia. She walked in on a conversation between her superior Commander Carl Nelson and her co-worker Lieutenant Jiro Nomura, on the nearby Mondo Island about its rumored inhabitant King Kong. The three then decided to take a short visit to the island. When they neared it, Susan and the others traveled to it by hovercraft. A native man tried to ward them off, but Nomura and Nelson left Susan with their vessel, and went to investigate. Shortly thereafter, Watson was attacked by Gorosaurus, her screams then awakened the sleeping Kong. Kong defeated Gorosaurus, and became attached to Susan, picking her up and holding her. Kong eventually let Susan down on her request, and she returned to the ship with Nelson and Nomura. Little did they know that Kong had followed them. The ape began to shake the boat until he was told to stop and return to the island by Watson. Watson and the ship's crew were then summoned to the Arctic by Dr. Who. Who tried to get Watson to use her influence over Kong for his own purpose, mining nuclear materials. After Watson refused, she and Nomura were held captive at Who's base, where they were subjected to torture. Shortly thereafter, King Kong escaped from his prison below Who's base, causing it to collapse. Kong eventually traveled to Tokyo, with Nelson, Nomura, and Susan, only for Susan to be kidnapped and taken to the top of the Tokyo Tower by Mechani-Kong, a robotic duplicate of Kong controlled by Dr. Who. Kong climbed the tower and rescued her, placing her on an observation deck while Jiro Nomura climbed the tower to get her down. After Kong destroyed Mechani-Kong by knocking it off the tower, Susan sent Kong to attack Dr. Who's current base of operations, a boat docked in Tokyo Bay. Kong destroyed the ship, killing Dr. Who in the process. Susan then asked Kong to return to land, only for him to swim away back to Mondo Island.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Susan shares a first name with Susan Bond, one of the main characters of The King Kong Show, the cartoon King Kong Escapes was based on.
  • Actress Linda Miller's lines were dubbed over in both the Japanese and English-language versions of King Kong Escapes.[2]
  • Susan Watson is the first of Kong's human captives in a film to actually sympathize with Kong and somewhat return his feelings. This plot point would be carried over in the 1976 and 2005 remakes of King Kong.

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LINDA WATSON - Schlussgesang (final Scene) Götterdämmerung - AIMS 2013

Susan Watson is a fictional nurse and military officer featured in the 1967 sci-fi creature feature King Kong Escapes. She was played by actress Linda Miller.

Biography

Susan Watson was a member of a United Nations military unit where she served as a nurse on the submarine vessel The Explorer. She worked under Commander Carl Nelson and held the rank of Lieutenant.

After the Explorer suffered some damage to its rudder from an undersea rockslide, the ship diverted its course towards Mondo Island. Lieutenant Watson cleaned up a head injury suffered by Lieutenant Commander Jiro Nomura. Nelson, Nomura and Watson explored the island where they found an elderly islander who spoke in his native tongue about "Kong". Kong was a sixty-foot gorilla who was regarded as a king on this island. Watson was the first to catch sight of Kong, who took an interest in her and picked her up in his giant hand. When a dinosaur creature known as Gorosaurus attacked, Kong placed Susan on a tree branch so he could deal with the menace.

Susan managed to get down and regroup with Nelson and Nomura as they retreated back to the Explorer. Kong chased after them in an effort to reclaim his new toy. Susan managed to convince Kong to leave them be, and the Explorer left the island.

Notes & Trivia

  • Actress Linda Miller was the second female lead in the film, and received third billing in the credits after Mie Hama who played a villainess called Madame X.
  • In the scenes where Kong is picking Susan up off the ground and placing her into a tree, it is very clear that a toy prop was used in place of the actress.
  • During some of the action scenes, Linda Miller's skirt hiked up a bit revealing her garter belts.
  • Playing the role of Susan Watson is Linda Miller's first work in film. She was working as a model and living in Japan at the time that casting began on the film. [2]
  • Susan Watson fills the trope of "Monster love interest", in much the same way that Fay Wray did as Ann Darrow in the original King Kong in 1933.

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Linda Margaret Watson (born September 15, 1955) is a former field hockey player from Zimbabwe, who was a member of the national team that won the gold medal at the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow.Because of the boycott of the United States and other countries, only one team was available to compete in the Women's Field Hockey Tournament: the hosting USSR team. A late request was sent to the government of the African nation, which quickly assembled a team less than a week before the competition started. To everyone's surprise they won, claiming Zimbabwe's only medal in the 1980 Games.
Net Worth$400,000
Date Of Birth1955-09-15
ProfessionActress
NicknamesLinda Watson, Watson, Linda

Known for movies

French quarter reveler

Dixie: Changing Habits 1983
as French quarter reveler

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Linda Watson was born in Zimbabwe on September 15, 1955.

On Popular Bio, She is one of the successful Field Hockey Player. She has ranked on the list of those famous people who were born on September 15, 1955. She is one of the Richest Field Hockey Player who was born in Zimbabwe. She also has a position among the list of Most popular Field Hockey Player. Linda Watson is 1 of the famous people in our database with the age of 64 years old.

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First NameLinda
Last NameWatson
ProfessionField Hockey Player
Age64 years old
Birth SignCapricorn
Birth DateSeptember 15, 1955
Birth PlaceZimbabwe
CountryZimbabwe

Linda Watson Net Worth

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According to Wikipedia, Forbes, IMDb & Various Online resources, famous Field Hockey Player Linda Watson’s net worth is $1-5 Million at the age of 64 years old. She earned the money being a professional Field Hockey Player. She is from Zimbabwe.

Linda Watson’s Net Worth:
$1-5 Million

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  1. Linda Watson’s age 64 years old.
  2. Birthday September 15, 1955.
  3. Birth Sign Capricorn.
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