Melinda Peterson was an American actress who was known for MacGyver, JAG, The Twilight Zone, and As the World Turns. Born on August 20, 1949, Melinda Peterson hails from Hartford, United States. As in 2023, Melinda Peterson's age is 74 years. Check below for more deets about Melinda Peterson. This page will put a light upon the Melinda Peterson bio, wiki, age, birthday, family details, dating, trivia, photos, lesser-known facts, and more.
Melinda Peterson Profile:
|Stage Name||Melinda Peterson|
|Real Name||Melinda Peterson|
|Birthday||August 20, 1949|
|Birthplace||Hartford, United States|
|Hometown||Hartford, Connecticut, United States|
|Parents||Father: Not Available|
|Mother: Not Available|
|Sibling(s)||Brother(s): Not Available|
|Sister(s): Not Available|
Family and Personal Life
Melinda Peterson‘ father’s name is Not Available and Melinda Peterson‘ mother’s name is Not Available. She married Michael Barker on December 16, 1979, but the couple divorced a few years later. Later in 1992, she tied the knot with Phil Proctor, a well-known writer, performer, and celebrity voice impersonator, particularly famous for his work with the Firesign Theatre comedy troupe. She was the stepmother of actress Kristin Proctor.
Melinda Peterson Trivia
- Melinda Peterson was born in Hartford, United States.
- Melinda Peterson’s birth sign was Leo.
- She had worked in the entertainment industry for over four decades, with a notable presence on stage, screen, and radio.
- She gained recognition as a dedicated ensemble member of The Antaeus Theatre Company, a prominent theater group in Glendale, California, since its establishment in 1991.
- Along with her work in theater, Melinda also lent her voice to a number of radio plays, working with Firesign Theatre and NPR Playhouse.
- She achieved acclaim for her roles, like playing Lucretia Borgia in Norman Corwin’s “The Plot to Overthrow Christmas” and Agatha Christie as the host and narrator of a series of radio plays at the Parker Playhouse in Florida called “The BBC Murders.”
- One of her most acclaimed stage performances was as Eleonora Duse, the Italian stage diva, in Lillian Garrett Groag’s play “The Lady of the Camellias.”
- Melinda’s presence on television extended to soap operas such as “As the World Turns” and “Santa Barbara,” as well as guest appearances on popular TV shows such as “MacGyver,” “The Twilight Zone,” “Cagney & Lacey,” and “JAG.”
- Later in her career, Melinda produced and directed a number of early American plays.