L. Scott Caldwell Bio, Affair, Widow, Net Worth, Ethnicity, Age, Nationality, Height

(Actress)

Relationship Facts of L. Scott Caldwell

  • L. Scott Caldwell is not having an affair with anyone presently.
  • Her sexual orientation is straight.

More about the relationship

She has been married twice. Her first wedding was in the ’70s with John Caldwell and ended in early 1980. She had a son from her first marriage named Ominara.

Again on 17 April 2004, she married Dasal Mc Clain Banks but sadly he passed away due to cancer in 2005. Her beloved husband was a director and photographer.

But currently, she is possibly single.

Facts

  • She has been also worked with the charity and collaborated with an organization called Cancer Gets Lost to raise money for cancer research.
  • Caldwell also uplifts and supports other women.
  • The L on her name stands for Laverne.

Who is L. Scott Caldwell?

L. Scott Caldwell is a Tony award-winning American actress.

This actress is mostly known for her role as Rose in the series Lost. She is also the first black lead actress to play in the Proposals.

L. Scott Caldwell: Age, Parents, Ethnicity, Education

The birth year of this actress is 1950 on April 17 (currently 70 years old), so her birth sign is Aries. She was born in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Her other name is Scotty Caldwell. She is currently living in New York City.

The nationality of Laverne Scott Caldwell is American. Her ancestry is All-American and she is Jewish.

In 1967, she completed her graduation and went to Northwestern University. After one year she abandons and went to work full time as an operator at Illinois Bell.

A few years later she got her bachelor’s degree in Theater Arts and Communications from Loyola University Chicago.

L. Scott Caldwell: Professional Life, Career

She was always interested in arts and before entering the industry, L. Scott Caldwell was a teacher. She taught arts in high school in Chicago. But later she took the best decision of her life by deciding to leave the teaching.

In 1978 she auditioned for Uta Hagens School HB Studio. After the auditions, Caldwell went to NEC where she pressed to meet with Ward. Luckily, she was accepted for both Hagens and Ward.

After being selected Caldwell done the first season at NEC when she performed in several plays ‘Home’ was one of them.

In the Covid-19 pandemic, Caldwell took a new challenge with a role in the series Love in the Time of Corona’. The show has to be filmed in each of the cast member’s homes due to COVID.

Awards, Nominations

The only secret of her success was her hard work and talent. From her early age, she worked very hard to be successful in life.

Assaying ‘The hard work always pays off, she found a lot of success in her career.

She received the Tony Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role from Joe Turner’s Come and Gone. The next award she received was in 1997 for ‘Proposals’.

She also got Obie Awards for going to St. Ives in 2005. In 2012, she play a lead in Raisin in the Sun and awarded as Los Angeles Drama Critics Award for Lead Performance.

L. Scott Caldwell: Net Worth, Salary

Caldwell was very enthusiastic about her profession from the start. Her estimated net worth is 1.5 Million dollars.

But her other earnings are not revealed.

L. Scott Caldwell: Controversy, Rumors

She does not engage in any type of rumors and controversy. But her acting career took a pause in December 1984 while working on Play of Giants,

Caldwell was struck by a car and had suffered a severe back injury, and was unable to work for 2 years.

Body Measurements: Height, Weight

She is 4 ft 11 inches tall and weighs 69 kg. Her hair color is black and had dark brown eye color. Her bra size is 34D.

Social Media

She has no account on social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

 

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