Louise Linton's first big break came as the victim in a 2007 episode of the CBS procedural, playing a French tutor who gets guillotined while attending a charity costume party dressed as ... Marie Antoinette.
She landed another small role in this Jesse Bradford horror movie about a cursed apartment building.
"Cold Case" (2009)
In an episode of the CBS procedural, Linton plays a female pilot in WWII in flashbacks (with Michael Learned playing the character in modern times).
"A Smile as Big as the Moon" (2012)
This ABC "Hallmark Hall of Fame" movie stars John Corbett as a special-ed teacher.
"Serial Daters Anonymous" (2014)
Linton played a fashion columnist who jilts her cheating fiancé at the altar and then embarks on a vengeful dating spree to out other cads.
"Cabin Fever" (2016)
Linton teamed with writer-director Travis Z to play shades-wearing Deputy Winston in a remake of the Eli Roth horror film.
Linton scored a rare starring role in Travis Z's thriller about a cellist under siege by a home invasion.
In 2016, Linton self-published a memoir about a "nightmare" year she spent in the African country of Zambia when she was 18 -- and quickly drew fire from critics who said she misrepresented violence in the country and portrayed herself as a "white savior." She later withdrew the book from circulation.
Linton nabbed another small role as an aspiring starlet in Warren Beatty's film about the chauffeur of reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes. It probably didn't hurt that one of the movie's producers was billionaire former banker Steven Mnuchin.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Linton married in a small ceremony on June 24, 2017 at Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium in Washington, D.C. President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump were in attendance.
In August 2017, Linton Instagrammed herself exiting a U.S. government plane with her husband and tagged all of her expensive designer clothing -- then launched a tirade against critics that she later took down.