Notable actress Lynda Day George was quite active in guest starring roles on television in the 1960s before she legally changed her stage name from Day to Day George, in
acknowledgment of her marriage to popular actor Christopher George. She had recurring roles in The Silent Force – a clone of Mission: Impossible which was aired in 1970. The real Mission: Impossible gave her a role as undercover agent Casey, barely
a year later, and she retained this role until the series was canceled in 1973.
Furthermore, the best of Lynda Day George is evident in several small-screen miniseries like; Rich Man, Poor Man, Roots, as well as Once an Eagle. After her marriage to Christopher, they jointly starred in many productions before his death in 1983. It is also worthy to note that Lynda has bagged awards and nominations for her work in entertainment, notable among them is a Golden Globe and a Primetime Emmy nomination for her portrayal of the character of Lisa Casey in Mission Impossible.
There are sources who claim that Lynda’s net worth is still under review but a source that is not so reliable has gone ahead to peg it at a tidy $2.5million and it is believed that a lion’s share of her wealth came from her acting career.
Family: Spouse, Daughter
Lynda Day George has a record of three marriages and her first foray into matrimony was with Joseph Pantano. The duo exchanged marriage vows in 1963 and was together until 1970 when their marriage ended in a divorce. Their union produced one child, a son named Nicky Pantano. Afterwards, Lynda met her second husband actor Christopher George on the set of Gentle Rain – a 1966 release. Christopher was popularly known for the starring role he played in 1966 The Rat Patrol – a popular war series. Lynda and Christopher went their separate ways after Gentle Rain but three years later, they were brought together on the set of another movie titled John Wayne Western Chisum which was released in 1970. They became an item once again and soon, love came calling and they sealed their relationship in a marriage ceremony which took place on the 15th of May 1970.
In conjunction with her husband, Christopher, Lynda Day George filled a lawsuit to have her son Nicky legally declared as the natural son of Christopher and consequently, his name changed from Nicky Pantano to Nicholas “Nicky” George. Likewise, she became popular as Lynda Day George and for the next ten years, she co-starred with her husband in multiple productions. Notable among them is the movie titled Mortuary – a horror movie which hit the big screen in 1983. Their other joint efforts include The House on Greenapple Road. Both were the stars of Mayday at 40,000 Feet! which came in 1976 and the 1978 Cruise into Terror. They were also part of some episodes of The F.B.I. 1975 saw them on the set of McCloud and in 1977, they co-starred in Love Boat and the 1978 Vega$.
However, after the completion of Mortuary, Christopher dies as a result of a heart attack at the age of 52, on the 28th of November 1983. His death came as a great shock to Lynda who believed that she couldn’t work without her husband and she only made sporadic appearances in a few productions, eventually calling it quits with acting after a short while. But all her joy was not crushed as she had a daughter with Christopher named Krisinda Casey George who was born on the 22nd of July 1972.
The film star got married for the third time to Doug Cronin and they tied the connubial knot on the 17th of March 1990, but unfortunately, Doug died on the 4th of December 2010 after they had spent almost two decades together.
Lynda Day George – Body Measurements
Lynda Day George is known to have striking blue eyes and she had in the past, dyed her hair blonde. The actress is also known to have maintained a very attractive body figure. With regards to her height, she has a height listed as 5 feet 9 inches which complements her body weight of 63kg or 139 lbs.
Furthermore, her athletic and hourglass body shape has the following measurements:
Bust: 38 inches
Waist: 25 inches
Hips: 37 inches
Dress size: 8 US.