Christmas Magic

Lindy Booth


Lindy Booth most recently starred opposite D.B. Sweeney in "Brain Trust" for producer Dean Devlin and Turner Broadcasting. A top young actress in her native Canada, Booth’s star has risen since moving to the U.S. to play the lead in "Cry Wolf" for Rogue Pictures and Universal (2006). Her other film roles include a sexy fractured grad student in a torrid affair with Alan Rickman in "Nobel Son" and an innocent hostess in a complex scene with Robert DeNiro in "What Just Happened?". Fans of the "young people in peril" genre will know her from Zack Snyder’s remake of "Dawn of the Dead," as well as "Behind the Wall," "Wrong Turn," "American Psycho 2" and "Skulls 2." Booth’s films that have premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival are "Century Hotel," "Rub & Tug" and "Lucid."
On television Booth was a series regular with the stellar international cast of "The Philanthropist" for NBC Universal. Booth performed memorably as "Pizza Girl" for two seasons on the ensemble drama "October Road" on ABC. She also starred in the ABC Family film "Christmas in Boston" and the CBS mini-series "Category 7." She recurred for 2 seasons on "The 4400" on USA and starred in dual roles as "Hawk/Riley" on the Disney series "The Famous Jett Jackson." Notable other performances include guest stars on "Cold Case," "CSI: NY" and "Ghost Whisperer," as well as multiple seasons recurring in syndication on "The Relic Hunter."

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