• Lindy Booth was born in 1979 in Canada and is an actress.
• She has a net worth estimated to be over $3 million.
• She started her career in 1998 and has worked on various television shows and films.
• She has a recurring role in the ABC show “October Road” and starred in the film “Cry Wolf”.
• She is believed to be single and lives alone.
Known for movies
|Date Of Birth||April 2, 1979|
|Mark||Dazzling blue eyes|
|Fact||Attended T.A. Blakelock High School, Oakville, Ontario, Canada (graduated in 1998).|
- 1 Who is Lindy Booth?
- 2 The Wealth of Lindy Booth
- 3 Career Beginnings
- 4 Continued Television Work and Film Projects
- 5 Later Career and Recent Projects
- 6 Personal Life
- 7 General Info
- 8 Accomplishments
- 9 Social profile links
- 10 Marks
- 11 Quotes
- 12 Facts
- 13 Pictures
- 14 Movies
- 15 Awards
Who is Lindy Booth?
Lindy Booth was born on 2 April 1979, in Oakville, Ontario, Canada, and is an actress, best known for her work in television series such as “The Philanthropist”, and “The Librarians” in which she portrayed Cassandra Cillian. She was also a part of the Disney Channel program “The Famous Jett Jackson”.
The Wealth of Lindy Booth
Lindy Booth has a net worth estimated to be over $3 million, earned through a successful career in acting.
She’s been working in the entertainment industry since 1998, and has worked on television as well as in films.
At the start of her career, Lindy appeared mainly on television, and one of her earliest notable projects was called “The Famous Jett Jackson” in which she played Riley Grant in the coming of age show following the life of the titular character, who plays a fictional character on a television show called “Silverstone”.
She later reprised her role in “Jett Jackson” the movie, released in 2001. She also worked on the series “Relic Hunter” for two years as the character Claudia – the show is about a professor who hunts relics and ancient artifacts along with her team. The items usually have supernatural capabilities or possess advanced technology.
After her run with that show, she appeared in the television miniseries “Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows”, based on the Lorna Luft book “Me and My Shadows: A Family Memoir”, the story of life as the daughter of actress Judy Garland.
The following year, she made guest appearances in “A Nero Wolfe Mystery”, and was given a recurring role in “The 4400” during its second season.
Continued Television Work and Film Projects
As the years progressed, Booth continued to take on television projects, having guest roles in popular shows such as “Ghost Whisperer” and “CSI: New York”. She also appeared in an episode of “Warehouse 13” which aired on the Syfy network. In 2007, she was cast in a recurring role in the ABC show “October Road”, and was later promoted to become a main cast member.
The show is about a man who returns to his hometown after a decade away. She was then given a role in “The Philanthropist” as AJ Butterfield – the drama series had a strong following initially, but then dropped significantly, leading to early cancellation.
She also started to do more film work during this period, starring in the drama “Century Hotel”, a Canadian film telling seven stories across different timeframes within the same hotel. After working on “Rub & Tug”, she then starred in the film “Cry Wolf” which is a slasher starring her alongside Julian Morris and Jon Bon Jovi.
The title of the film is a reference to the parlor game called Cry Wolf. Afterward, she worked on the remake of “Dawn of the Dead”, directed by Zack Snyder.
Later Career and Recent Projects
Lindy also worked with Eliza Dushku in the film “Wrong Turn” which is another slasher film, then in the thriller “Behind the Wall”, which tells the story of a lighthouse haunted by an evil spirit. In 2013, she was selected for a recurring role in the BBC show “Copper”, which is set in New York City during the American Civil War of the 1860s.
It was BBC America’s first scripted program, and ran for two seasons. She was then cast as one of the lead characters in “The Librarians”, a spin-off from the film series “The Librarian”, but was canceled after four seasons.
A few of her recent projects include “Kick-Ass 2” in which she played the character Night Bitch, and is a sequel to 2010’s “Kick-Ass” and is based on the comic book series “Kick-Ass: The Dave Lizewski Years”.
so proud to have been named best actress at the Nice International Film Festival for my new movie The Creatress… can’t wait for you all to see it! stay tuned! pic.twitter.com/0qpXBx5UPy
— Lindy Booth (@LindyBooth) July 2, 2019
It didn’t find the same success as the original but still managed to earn well at the box office. In recent years, she’s been focused on doing work for the Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies, including “The Sound of Christmas” and “Under the Autumn Moon”.
In 2014 publications contended that Booth had married film director Jeff Wadlow, however, neither have confirmed this, and she prefers to keep this aspect of her life away from the public.
It is generally believed that she is single as, during the same year, she professed that she used to have a crush on one of Ethan Hawke’s characters. She also said that she has no time because of her busy work schedule. Her social media profile also shows that she mostly does things by herself, indicating that she lives alone and hasn’t married.
|Full Name||Lindy Booth|
|Date Of Birth||April 2, 1979|
|Education||T. A. Blakelock High School|
|Nominations||Canadian Comedy Award for Multimedia / Best Female Performance in a Feature|
|Movies||Kick-Ass 2, Cry Wolf, Wrong Turn, Dawn of the Dead, Christmas Magic, Rub & Tug, American Psycho 2, The Skulls II, Nobel Son, Behind the Wall, Century Hotel, Dark Honeymoon, Teenage Space Vampires, Jett Jackson: The Movie, A Christmas Visitor, What Just Happened, Lucid, Public Domain, Choke|
|TV Shows||The Philanthropist, October Road, Odyssey 5, Platinum, Relic Hunter, The Famous Jett Jackson, Eerie, Indiana: The Other Dimension, The Librarians|
|#||Marks / Signs|
|1||Dazzling blue eyes|
|1||[on the setting for the series, The Librarians (2014)] The fact that we live in this magical world gives us a an incredible opportunity. We're not held back by normal rules, and every episode is different. There's one that's straight out of the horror genre, there's one that's a straight-up comedy, there's one that's almost a fairy-tale. There are aspects of time travel and questions about magic and history. The possibilities are endless with this show, which is the fun and the joy of it.|
|1||Attended T.A. Blakelock High School, Oakville, Ontario, Canada (graduated in 1998).|
|The Librarians||2014-2016||TV Series||Cassandra Cillian|
|Tweet Out||2015||TV Series|
|Supernatural||2013||TV Series||Bonnie Fuschau / Vesta|
|The Twelve Trees of Christmas||2013||TV Movie||Cheri Jameson|
|Copper||2013||TV Series||Teresa Trembley Teresa Trembly|
|Kick-Ass 2||2013||Night Bitch|
|Pull the Trigger, Mr. Wicker||2012||Short||Adrianna|
|Fairly Legal||2012||TV Series||Rachel|
|Christmas Magic||2011||TV Movie||Carrie Blackford|
|Republic of Doyle||2011||TV Series||Rebecca Jones|
|Brain Trust||2011||TV Movie||Prof. Monica Ashton|
|NCIS||2009||TV Series||Amanda Barrow|
|The Philanthropist||2009||TV Series||A.J. / AJ Butterfield|
|Warehouse 13||2009||TV Series||Stephanie Goodison|
|Cold Case||2008||TV Series||Gloria Flagstone '60|
|Behind the Wall||2008||Katelyn Parks|
|October Road||2007-2008||TV Series||Pizza Girl|
|What Just Happened||2008||Hostess|
|Nobel Son||2007||Beth Chapman|
|Ghost Whisperer||2006||TV Series||Lane|
|CSI: NY||2006||TV Series||Tess Larson|
|In the Stars||2006||Short||Cassie|
|Christmas in Boston||2005||TV Movie||Ellen|
|Category 7: The End of the World||2005||TV Movie||Brigid|
|The 4400||2005||TV Series||Liv|
|Cooking Lessons||2004||TV Movie||Chloe|
|Dawn of the Dead||2004||Nicole|
|Starhunter||2003||TV Series||Serena DeLuna|
|The Twilight Zone||2003||TV Series||Shannon|
|Odyssey 5||2002-2003||TV Series||Holly Culverson|
|Veritas: The Quest||2003||TV Series||Fiona Keiran|
|A Christmas Visitor||2002||TV Movie||Liz|
|Strange Days at Blake Holsey High||2002||TV Series||Amanda Durst - 1977|
|Black Painted Moon||2002||Short||Diva|
|Mutant X||2002||TV Series||Diana Moller|
|Rub & Tug||2002||Lea|
|Fairytales and Pornography||2002||Laura|
|A Nero Wolfe Mystery||2002||TV Series||Beulah Page / Peggy Choate|
|American Psycho II: All American Girl||2002||Video||Cassandra|
|The Skulls II||2002||Video||Kelly|
|Her Best Friend's Husband||2002||TV Movie||Kelly Roberts|
|Century Hotel||2001||Supergirl / Sylvia|
|The Famous Jett Jackson||1999-2001||TV Series||Hawk Riley Riley Grant|
|Jett Jackson: The Movie||2001||TV Movie||Riley Grant Hawk|
|Relic Hunter||1999-2001||TV Series||Claudia|
|Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows||2001||TV Mini-Series||Lana Turner|
|Big Wolf on Campus||2000||TV Series||Charlotte|
|Earth: Final Conflict||2000||TV Series||Gina Richardson|
|Twice in a Lifetime||2000||TV Series||17 Year Old Caitlin Taylor|
|Traders||2000||TV Series||Elizabeth Watson|
|Strange Justice||1999||TV Movie||Margaret|
|Detroit Rock City||1999||Girl #1|
|Teenage Space Vampires||1999||Katie|
|PSI Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal||1999||TV Series||Gloria|
|Mr. Music||1998||TV Movie||Amy White|
|Eerie, Indiana: The Other Dimension||1998||TV Series||Carrie Taylor|
|All Access Pass||2015||TV Series||Herself|
|Sidewalks Entertainment||2014||TV Series||Herself - Guest|
|Orla Kiely Autumn Winter 2011||2011||Short||Herself|
|Table for Two||2002||TV Series||Herself|
|Open Mike with Mike Bullard||2001||TV Series||Herself|
|Starhunter||2004||TV Series||Serena DeLuna|
|2003||DVD Premiere Award||DVD Exclusive Awards||Best Supporting Actress||The Skulls II (2002)|
|2016||Golden Maple Awards||Golden Maple Awards||Best Actress in a TV Series Broadcasted in the US||The Librarians (2014)|
|2003||Canadian Comedy Award||Canadian Comedy Awards||Film - Pretty Funny Female Performance||Rub & Tug (2002)|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia