A Comprehensive List of Lindy Booth’s Filmography and the Identity of Her Husband 

Canada as a country has given us amazing entertainers like Ryan Reynolds, Keanu Reeves, Lindy Booth, and several others who have made an immense contribution to the world of showbiz. Lindy is one of the most beautiful actresses who has delivered some of the most famous movies of all time.

The Canadian damsel is widely known for her roles in a number of movies and TV series. This fan-favorite has appeared in several television shows and movies and as a result, has a large fan base. She is a Hollywood great and ticks all the boxes in every sense of the word; Lindy Booth’s role as Riley Grant in the television series, The Famous Jett Jackson gave her global acclaim and she has been growing her popularity since then.

Lindy Booth went from High School to Hollywood

Born in Oakville, Canada on the 2nd of April 1979, Lindy Booth attended T.A. Blakelock High School, graduating in 1998. Lindy wasted no time in moving to Hollywood right after graduation where she landed her first roles in television shows. Lindy Booth’s first credited appearance as an actress was in the movie for television Mr. Music breathing life into the character of Amy; the next TV appearance she had was in the Fox kid’s show Eerie, Indiana: The Other Dimension where the emerging talent essayed the lead role of Carrie Taylor.

Before she earned her breakout role, the young actress was cast as Claudia in a single episode of Sydney Fox, l’aventurière in 1999, the same year, she came in Detroit Rock City as Girl #1. Lindy Booth’s joined the cast of Twice in a Lifetime in 2000 depicting the role of Caitlin in one episode, and before the year ran out, she landed another role as Gina in Gene Roddenberry’s Earth: Final Conflict.

She Gained Prominence in the Famous Jett Jackson 

Lindy’s big break, however, came with her performance in a Disney Channel show The Famous Jett Jackson where she gave expression to the character of Riley Grant and Agent Hawk. The show aired from 1999 to 2001 before she reprised the role in the movie that came after the show; Jeff Jackson: The Movie. Also in 2001, she came acted in the TV film Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows as Lana Turner.

Lindy Booth has recorded several other movie credits which include the A&E Network series A Nero Wolfe Mystery where she guest-starred on different roles in two 2002 episodes namely Poison à la Carte and Before I Die. The second season of the USA Network series The 4400 cast her in recurring roles, and she has come as a guest star in TV shows like Ghost Whisperer and CSI: NY. The Canadian was on the Syfy television series Warehouse 13, portraying the character of Stephanie Goodison in episode two.

The ABC drama, October Road that aired from 2007 to 2008 initially cast Lindy Booth in a recurring role but later promoted her to a major role for season two; she has since shared the cast’s photos for their virtual reunion on Instagram. The beautiful actress was part of the short-lived NBC series titled Philanthropist where she was featured as A.J. Butterfield in 2009. Joining the cast of the BBC America drama Copper in 2013, Lindy appeared in a short but recurring role. The TNT TV series The Librarians cast the actress in the lead role of Cassandra from 2014 to 2019 in 78 episodes.

The Actress has Recorded Other Successful Roles on Both the Big Screen and Small Screen

Some of her other roles in movies are as Supergirl in the 2001 Canadian drama mystery, Century Hotel, her roles in Rub and Tug, The Skulls III, and as Cassandra in the straight to video American Psycho. Lindy’s most notable performance in a movie was the role of the hero Night-Bitch in the superhero movie; Kick-Ass 2 (2013), which was also a box office hit. She acted alongside Chloe Grace Moretz, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Jim Carrey.

Regardless of all the roles, she has had in movies, Lindy Booth has shone most in television series and they are what gave her the fame she enjoys today. Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal, Category 7: The End of the World, Cold Case, Supernatural, and most recently Grey’s Anatomy in a couple of episodes in 2020.

Her Efforts in the Entertainment Industry has not Gone Unnoticed

Award bodies are very much aware of the brilliance of Lindy Booth’s performances in movies and television shows, as a result, she has been nominated for several awards, some of which she went on to win. In 2003, she got two nominations for her effort; the first was in the comedy; Rub and Tug, which she, however, did not win. Lindy Booth would, however, win the second nomination for her performance in the movie The Skulls III, and it was in the category of Best Supporting Actress in a Film.

The next time Booth was nominated for an award was thirteen years later in 2016 and it was for her role in the show The Librarians which follows the adventures of a group of librarians who work to preserve their library and fight off evil forces. It was the Golden Maple Awards for the Best Actress in a TV Series Broadcast in the U.S. Although she did not win the award, the nomination was a nod at her talent and how well she executes the role of Cassandra Cillian in the show.

Who is the Man in Lindy Booth’s Life?

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Lindy Booth and Jeff Wadlow

Lindy Booth has never been one to come to the public arena to gush about the man in her life. To the best of our knowledge, the star of The Famous Jett Jackson loves to keep her love life under lock and key, well away from prying eyes. This has given rise to speculations regarding her personal life; who is the man that has earned the love of this undeniably beautiful actress?

The man who has decided to pitch his tent with Lindy Booth is none other than Jeff Wadlow – American screenwriter, producer, and movie director. Jeff is quite famous at what he does and takes the directorial credit for productions such as Cry Wolf, Truth or Date, Kick-Ass 2, and a whole lot more.

The Duo Dated for a While Before Exchanging Marriage Vows

Though we cannot really place our hands on the exact time they met, the couple dated extensively and have worked together on a number of productions like Kick-Ass 2 and Cry Wolf. The lovebirds exchanged marriage vows on the 4th of October 2014 but the details of their nuptials were not made public.

In fact, their wedding was a secret affair with only family and close friends of the couple in attendance. The reason being that they didn’t want to create mass attraction towards their special day as they wanted to enjoy their day as much as possible.

Even after marriage, the duo still takes their privacy seriously, thus, they don’t make frequent public appearances in events and shows. Besides, they are both averse to talking about their marriage in the public or even in interviews. Thanks to their penchant for keeping everything secret, fans have come to the conclusion that they have a family tucked away somewhere but the best of our knowledge, they are yet to have kids.

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