Where is Lindy Booth now? What is she doing today? Biography

March 22, 2024
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Lindy Booth Wiki Bio

Canadian actress Lindy Booth was born in Oakville, Ontario, Canada, on 2 April 1979, making her zodiac sign Aries. She’s had roles in more than 80 movies and TV series, and is perhaps still best known for her portrayal of Nicole in the critically acclaimed 2004 action horror movie “Dawn of the Dead”, which Zack Snyder directed, and which starred Mekhi Phifer, Ving Rhames and Sarah Polley. It follows a group of people who’ve hidden at a shopping mall during a zombie apocalypse; the film won one of its 18 award nominations.

Lindy’s still quite active in the movie industry, and is currently shooting for the upcoming film “Christmas by the Book”, set to be released in December 2022.

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Education and early life

Lindy was raised in Oakville by her mother and father, about whom she hasn’t shared a lot, as they prefer to maintain their privacy; it’s known that they were both highly supportive of her dream to become an actress. Lindy’s believed to be an only child, as she hasn’t spoken of having siblings.

She became interested in acting while attending Blacklock High School, where Lindy was a drama club member, and appeared in more than 10 plays performed at the school. She was interested in a number of other activities, as she often played tennis with her peers, practiced creative writing, and danced.

Lindy matriculated in 1997, and then chose acting over pursuing a college degree.


Roles in movies

Lindy’s debut film role was her playing of Amy White in the 1998 musical family comedy “Mr. Music”, while some of her following roles were in the science fiction action “Teenage Space Vampires”, the musical adventure comedy “Detroit Rock City”, and the drama “Strange Justice”.

She gained recognition in 2002, when cast to portray Liz in the drama “A Christmas Visitor”, directed by Christopher Leitch, and which starred William Devane, Meredith Baxter and Dean McDermott. It follows the Boyajians who haven’t celebrated Christmas in more than 10 years, because they lost their faith when their son died in the Persian Gulf War.

A year later, Lindy played Francine in the critically acclaimed horror thriller “Wrong Turn”, which Rob Schmidt directed, and which starred Emmanuelle Chriqui, Jeremy Sisto and Eliza Dushku; it follows six people who are stranded in the woods, and the movie was nominated for three awards. Some of Lindy’s other notable performances in the 2000s were in the 2004 action horror “Dawn of the Dead”, which won one of its 18 award nominations, the 2007 crime comedy drama “Nobel Son”, and the 2008 comedy drama “What Just Happened”.

The year 2013 saw Lindy portray Night Bitch in the action crime comedy “Kick-Ass 2”, written and directed by Jeff Wadlow, and which starred Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Chloe Grace Moretz and Christopher Mintz-Plasse. It follows a group of masked heroes as they’re fighting a group of supervillains, and the film won one of its 10 award nominations. What also marked the decade for Lindy was her playing of the lead character Alex in the 2018 action comedy drama “Under the Autumn Moon”, directed by Gary Yates, and which also starred Wes Brown and Natalie Lisinska; it follows a woman who’s working for an outdoor adventure company, and is trying to persuade a man to sell his ranch to the company.

Lindy’s three most recent film roles have been in the romantic family adventure “Snow Coming”, the comedy drama “The Creatress”, and the romantic comedy drama “Swept Up by Christmas”, all released in 2019.

Roles in TV series

Lindy’s debut TV series role was her playing of Carrie Taylor in the 1998 family adventure comedy “Eerie, Indiana: The Other Dimension”, in which she starred alongside Bill Switzer and Daniel Clark; it follows two best friends as they’re solving mysteries.


She could then have been seen appearing in an episode of the fantasy mystery drama “PSI Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal”, the drama “Traders” and the historical fantasy drama “Twice in a Lifetime”. She gained recognition in 2003, when cast to play Holly Culverson in the action adventure drama “Odyssey 5”, created by Manny Coto, and which starred Peter Weller, Sebastian Roche and Christopher Gorham. It follows five people who’ve just watched the Earth explode from their spaceship, while the aliens have now sent them five years back in time, to try and stop the Earth’s destruction; the series was nominated for two awards.

What also marked the 2000s for Lindy was her playing of Pizza Girl in the 2008 romantic comedy drama “October Road”, which Andre Nemec and Josh Appelbaum created, and which starred Warren Christie, Laura Prepon and Bryan Greenberg. It follows an author who’s written a book about the people from his hometown, and whom he must now face; the series won one of its five award nominations.

The year 2011 saw Lindy make a guest appearance in the episode “Lie and Let Doyle” of the crime comedy drama “Republic of Doyle”, and the following years saw her appear in an episode of various series, such as the comedy drama “Fairly Legal”, the action drama “Copper”, and the fantasy horror drama “Supernatural”.


From 2014 to 2018, she starred as Cassandra Cillian in the action adventure comedy “The Librarians”, created by John Rogers, and which also starred Rebecca Romijn and Christian Kane; it follows several librarians who’ve teamed up in an attempt to find mysterious artifacts, and the series was nominated for 10 awards.

Some of Lindy’s most recent roles in TV series have been in an episode of the 2020 mystery crime drama “Home Before Dark”, the 2021 action adventure drama “The Flash”, and the action science fiction adventure “Star Trek: Strange New World” (2022).

Other credits

Lindy sang the song “The Battle Hymn of the Republic” in the 2016 episode “And the Rise of Chaos” of the series “The Librarians”; she also directed the 2018 series’ episode “And Some Dude Named Jeff”.

Some of the talk-shows in which Lindy’s made a guest appearance include “Celebrity Page”, “Hellblazerbiz” and “Home & Family”.


Awards and nominations

Lindy’s won two of her six award nominations. She won a 2003 DVD Exclusive Award for Best Supporting Actress, for her performance in “The Skulls II”, and a 2019 Nice International Film Festival Award for Best Lead Actress, for “The Creatress”.

Love life and husband

Lindy prefers to keep the details of her love life to herself, but it’s still widely known that she’s today married to American screenwriter, producer and director Jeff Wadlow.

The two met sometime in the second half of the 2000s, and also worked together on the 2013 comedy movie “Kick-Ass 2”; they exchanged vows on 4 October 2014, in a large ceremony attended by more than 200 of their friends and family members.

Jeff’s probably best known for his producing of the 2018 horror thriller movie “Truth or Dare”, which won one of the two awards for which it was nominated.

Lindy hasn’t mentioned other men whom she’s been with, she’s married to Jeff Wadlow as of November 2022, and doesn’t have children.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Lindy’s Instagram account’s followed by more than 70,000 people, and she’s uploaded close to 700 pictures and videos onto the social media network, the majority of which have been taken during her everyday life.

She’s a cat-lover, and has featured her pet cat in some of her Instagram pictures.

Summer is Lindy’s favorite season, as she loves lying at the beach while reading a book; her favorite genre is romance, and her favorite book is “Dear John” by Nicholas Sparks.

She’s taken part in a number of charity events, and has also donated money to multiple non-profit organisations working with underprivileged children.

Lindy’s favorite actresses are Hilary Swank and Charlize Theron, and some of her favorite movies include “Freedom Writers”, “55 Steps”, and “What They Had”.


Height, eyes and wealth

Lindy’s age is 43. She has blue eyes and ginger hair, her weight is about 135lbs (61kgs), and she’s 5ft 7ins (1.7m) tall.

Lindy’s net worth’s been estimated at more than $3 million as of November 2022.

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