Little Fires Everywhere -- "Seeds and All" - Episode 102 -- As Moody’s friendship with Pearl deepens, Elena’s relationship with Mia grows increasingly strained. Unsettled by a faulty reference, Elena snoops into Mia’s past while Lexie worries about her Yale admissions essay. Mia bonds with her immigrant co-worker Bebe Chow, who makes a confession with far-reaching consequences. Linda (Rosemarie DeWitt), shown. (Photo by: Erin Simkin/Hulu)

After a series of acclaimed turns in film, television and theatre, Rosemarie DeWitt’s grace, style and charm are at the heart of several highly-anticipated projects in which she collaborates with some of the industry’s most honored talent.

DeWitt is currently in production on Little Fires Everywhere starring alongside Kerry Washington and Reese Witherspoon. In 2018, she had lead roles in ARIZONA, SONG OF BACK AND NECK and THE PROFESSOR. Prior to that she starred in the season three premiere episode of the acclaimed British series, Black Mirror for director Jodie Foster and in the 2017 indie-thriller SWEET VIRGINIA.

In 2016, DeWitt appeared in Damien Chazelle’s musical romance LA LA LAND for Lionsgate opposite Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone. Other film credits include, Jason Reitman’s MEN, WOMEN, AND CHILDREN, Focus Features’ KILL THE MESSENGER opposite Jeremy Renner, Gus Van Sant’s PROMISED LAND opposite Matt Damon, YOUR SISTER’S SISTER, opposite Emily Blunt and Mark Duplass and Jonathan Demme’s RACHEL GETTING MARRIED.

On the small screen, DeWitt was seen in the third season of the Showtime comedy series, The United States of Tara alongside Toni Collette. In addition to her role on The United States of Tara, DeWitt also recurred on the critically acclaimed AMC series, Mad Men, playing Don Draper’s (Jon Hamm) bohemian mistress in the show’s first season.

Elena’s best friend. After longing for a child for decades and suffering losses no mother should suffer, Linda happily and wholeheartedly takes in an infant who was abandoned at a local fire station. Linda names the baby Mirabelle and loves her as her own, but when Mirabelle’s biological mother — a Chinese immigrant who’s in the country illegally — resurfaces, Linda becomes anguished and paranoid at the prospect of losing her daughter.

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