Louise Linton, Actress: Lions for Lambs. Louise Linton was born in Edinburgh, Scotland and attended St. George's School for Girls and then Fettes College, a boarding school in the heart of the Capital. As a young girl, she began professional training as an actress at The Edinburgh Drama Academy.
My mother had a profound influence on my life. She dedicated her life to helping those less fortunate than her. She traveled to do volunteer work, and during my childhood, she took me often to a nursing home in our community to help the disabled and elderly.
Louise Linton writes about gap year, Twitter goes mad - CNN
(CNN)People have taken to social media to poke holes in a Scottish woman's terrifying account of fleeing armed rebels in Zambia. Scottish actress Louise Linton wrote a memoir, "In Congo's Shadow," about her gap year spent "helping some of the world's poorest people." In it she reveals
Louise Linton and Steve Mnuchin’s Money Moment - The New York
Though much has been made of the glowing glances with which Steven Mnuchin, the Treasury secretary, and his wife, Louise Linton, ogled the first sheets of $1 bills with his signature during a trip to the Bureau of Engraving and Printing on Wednesday, for my money it was Ms. Linton’s
Steve Mnuchin and Louise Linton mocked for posing with
The US Treasury chief, Steven Mnuchin, has sparked a wave of criticism and mockery after photos appeared of him and his wife, Louise Linton, holding up a sheet of new dollar bills. Mnuchin was visiting the Bureau of Engraving and Printing to see production of the new dollar bills
Stop Comparing Louise Linton to Marie Antoinette - POLITICO
It was the Instagram post heard ‘round the world, its ugly words resounding long after it was hastily deleted and disavowed. Louise Linton, the actress-turned-trophy-wife of Treasury Secretary (and foreclosure billionaire) Steven Mnuchin, achieved a trollish trifecta with a screed directed at
Louise Linton Apologizes for Controversial Instagram Post | Time
Louise Linton, the wife of Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, has apologized following a controversial exchange on Instagram where she decried a user who was criticizing her for being “out of touch” and derided her for paying a smaller amount in taxes. “I apologize for my post on social media
Louise Linton Apologizes For 'Indefensible' Instagram Post
Louise Linton Apologizes For 'Indefensible' Instagram Post "It’s clear that I was the one who was truly out of touch," the actress and wife of Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said of her Aug. 21 post.
Louise Linton, wife of treasury secretary, apologizes for
Louise Linton, the wife of Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, is apologizing for her “inappropriate and highly insensitive” comments on Instagram this week after firing back at a critic upset over a photo of her taking a ride on a government airplane.
Louise Linton apologizes for being ‘materialistic’ — while
Louise Linton, the wife of Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, is (again) publicly apologizing for that Instagram post incident last month that had people calling her a modern-day Marie Antoinette. But is it … odd? ironic? that she issued the mea culpa in an interview with a glossy Washington
Louise Linton: 'I see the irony of making an apology in a
(CNN)The wife of Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has spoken out for the first time since she was lambasted for her behavior on Instagram last month. "I see the irony of making an apology in a ball gown. But it would be dishonest to proclaim that I'm never going to go to another
Louise Linton, wife of Steven Mnuchin, replies to Instagram
Louise Linton, Treasury secretary's wife, lashes out at Instagram commenter. Instead of ignoring what she called a "passive agressive" comment, Linton replied, with a focus on her and her husband's own wealth and position.
Steven Mnuchin and wife Louise Linton pose with sheets of
As the GOP tax reform plan has been thrown into question, Washington D.C.'s most popular duo posed for pictures with freshly printed sheets of cold, hard cash. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and his wife, Louise Linton, looked ecstatic to hold up the sheets of $1 bills on Wednesday