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Linda ONeil

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Years active  1996–present
Name  Linda O'Neil
Hair color  Brunette
Weight  108 lb. (49 kg)
Height  5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)

Linda O'Neil
Born  August 12, 1974 (age 41) (1974-08-12) Sacramento, California, U.S.
Occupation  Spokesmodel, actress, TV personality
Website  Linda O'Neil - Modeling Portofolio

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Linda O'Neil (born August 12, 1974) is an American spokesmodel, actress, and television personality.


Early life

O'Neil was born near Sacramento, California, U.S. on Mather Air Force Base. She is 1.70 m or 5' 7" tall. Her family moved several times and lived in Guam as well. Her father was a pilot in the Vietnam War. She is the second of three daughters. Her father is half French and half Irish and met O'Neil's mother in Vietnam. O'Neil divided her time in high-school between athletics and modeling.


O'Neil began her modeling career at age fifteen. She has appeared as a bikini and fitness model in numerous hotrod and dirtbike calendars and magazines.

O'Neil has also appeared in television commercials for MCI, Nike, Marriott Resorts, FX Channel, Heineken, Virgin Cola, Mercedes-Benz, Vonage as well as print ads and/or articles for the likes of Sony, Coors Light and Ironman Magazine amongst others. O'Neil plays the ditzy blonde who wants to swim with the sharks in the Vonage commercial that began airing in September 2006.

She gained widespread popularity on the Internet after appearing on Lisa Boyle's website, Foxes, Mystique Magazine, and on BlueNudes where she appeared in artistic nudes taken by photographer Tom Ruddock. Linda still maintains her modeling career, but has become increasingly selective about the work she takes on.

O'Neil also appeared in the video game Street Racing Syndicate as one of the unlockable models in 3 video clips dancing.


  • Meet the Fockers (2004)
  • PDA Massacre (2004) as Angela O'Neill
  • Dish Dogs (2000)
  • Foolish (1999)
  • BASEketball (1998)
  • The Night That Never Happened (1997)
  • References

    Linda O'Neil Wikipedia