Lar Park Lincoln

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Lar Park Lincoln
Born
Laurie Jill Park

May 12, 1969 (1969-05-12) (age 52)
OccupationActress
Years active1985-present
Spouse(s)
Michael Lincoln
(m. 1981;died 1995)

Laurie Jill "Lar" Park Lincoln (née Park; born May 12, 1969) is an American actress. She appeared in the 1987 film House II: The Second Story as Kate, the 1988 horror film Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood as Tina Shepard, [1] and a 1988 episode of the anthology horror series Freddy's Nightmares as Karyn. Lincoln starred in the television series Knots Landing from 1987 to 1991.

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Life and career

Born Laurie Jill Park in Dallas, Texas, she appeared on Knots Landing for several seasons as "Linda Fairgate", the daughter-in-law to "Karen Fairgate" (played by series star Michele Lee). She made guest appearances on several television shows, including: Hunter , Outlaws , Highway to Heaven , Freddy's Nightmares , Tour of Duty , Murder, She Wrote , Space: Above and Beyond and Beverly Hills, 90210 .

In 2005, she filmed Bit Parts. She was on the QVC network selling a product called The Freedom Bag. She returned to Texas to raise her two children. With a script from her then 17-year-old nephew, a film student, she executive produced Static, a film about teen heroin abuse. She also co-directed a film about racial discrimination, Black and White. She also completed post production on her new role in Lifetime's Inspector Mom, a new series shot in Texas.

Personal life

Lincoln was married to Michael Martin Lincoln on December 5, 1981 and remained married until his death on December 4, 1995. [2] [3] She has two children and lives near Dallas, Texas. She has been battling breast cancer since 2008, and by 2012 had gone through numerous surgeries. [4]

Filmography

Film

YearTitleRoleNotes
1985 Children of the Night Valerie
1987 The Princess Academy Cindy Cathcart
1987 House II: The Second Story Kate
1988 Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood Tina Shepard
1990 Fatal Charm (1990 film) Sandy
2008Black FridayDarla
2009From The DarkGail Miller
2017Sky SharksSidney Scott
2017ExpulsionShara Fanning
202013 FanboyHerselfPlays a fictionalised version of herself being stalked and hunted by an obsessed Friday the 13th fan. (Lincoln played the final girl in Part VII).
2021Rose Blood: A Friday the 13th Fan FilmTina ShepardUnofficial fan film continuing the story of Tina Shepard. (Her character from Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood ).

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