Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Melinda Marx
A musician, mostly playing the mandolin, she was in a North Coast (Mendo County) Gloriana Opera Co. production of Bye, Bye Birdie, in 1996, alternately playing bass and guitar.
More DetailsHide DetailsShe is one of their regular ensemble.
In addition to acting, Melinda had a brief career as a recording artist in 1965, appearing on shows such as Shivaree, Shindig! and The Hollywood Palace, to promote her singles "The East Side of Town" and "What?".
She is married to Sean Berti and they have two children, including actress Jade Marx-Berti.
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