Linda Gray began her career as a model and actress, featured in over 400 TV commercials-- but her rise to fame actually began when she was cast in Norman Lear's series All that Glitters playing the first featured transgender character on series television. But it was her role as Sue Ellen, the tortured, alcoholic wife of J.R. Ewing on the world-wide smash Dallas that cemented her name in pop culture. 14 years later, when she left Dallas, Gray continued working - with roles on Melrose Place, Models, Inc., and The Bold and the Beautiful - she even made a trip to the stage, starring as Mrs. Robinson in the West End production of The Graduate. Now she has returns to the role that made her a star, in the re-launch of the series DALLAS for TNT. On this episode of InnerVIEWS with Ernie Manouse, our conversation with Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated actress Linda Gray.
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Episode #1113 / Length: 26 minutes