Linda Elvira trained as an actor at the Acting School at Odense Teater in 1997.

In the years after, she featured in several performances at Odense Teater. Among other performances, she played the wife Lise Munk in the play Pastor Munk. In 2003 she starred in the Jomfru Ane Theatre's great success show Girls Night Out, which was staged by Kamilla Wargo Brekling. In the summer of 2018 she was back at Odense Teater in the performance Ding Dong.

On the Copenhagen theatre scene she has been able to experience in a wide range of performances, including: the English-language That Theatre Company's performances Casanova Undone and Shakespeare's Women,as well as Theatre V's huge success The Animals in hakkebakkeskoven and Teater Zeppelin's 1001 night. In 2019 & 2020, she played the role of the elf queen Titania in William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, in a collaboration between the Royal Theatre, the Botanical Garden and the After Hours Theatre Company.

As the daughter of an English mother, Linda is bilingual and speaks fluent Standard English. Something she uses diligently; not only on stage, but also in her work as a voice over artist. She has extensive experience with audiobooks, and has recorded hundreds of titles on various Danish publishing houses. Linda is also a co-founder of the award-winning audiobook publishing house Momolydbog

As a voice over artist Linda is, when not recording audiobooks and various speaks, a diligent "dubber" of cartoons and series in both Danish and English .

Linda has also featured in several of the Danish National Broadcasting Corporation DR'd major television series such as Unit One, Better Times, and The Bridge II. She has also appeared in several different productions on other Danish television networks, including: Grete, TV2 2016, Fucking Fornuftig, TV2 Zulu, 2015 and Park Road, TV2, 2009. In 2009, she also played a key role as police agent Karen Bell in the Danish-Canadian feature film Upstart.