Lindy Booth has been building her reputation as a versatile and capable actress by choosing roles that she feels passionately about.
On the small screen, Booth is best known for starring alongside Noah Wyle in the TNT series “The Librarians,” which ran for four seasons. She also directed an episode during the last season. On the big screen, Booth starred in the action film based on a superhero comic book series, Kick-Ass 2 alongside Chloe Grace Moretz, Jim Carrey and Aaron Taylor-Johnson.
Booth is also known for her roles as Riley Grant on the Disney Channel series “The Famous Jett Jackson,” Agent Hawk in the show-within-a-show, “Silverstone,” and Claudia on the adventure TV series “Relic Hunter.”
Booth has starred in numerous movies for the small screen, including this year’s “Under the Autumn Moon,” last year’s “Rocky Mountain Christmas,” and 2016’s “Sound of Christmas” for Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, as well as “The Twelve Trees of Christmas,” “Christmas Magic” and “Brain Trust,” among others. She appeared on the TV series “Fairly Legal” and “Republic of Doyle,” and portrayed Lana Turner in the 2001 ABC made for TV movie “Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows.” In 2009, Booth enjoyed a recurring role as A.J. Butterfield in NBC’s “The Philanthropist,” an action-drama series following a billionaire playboy who is haunted by the death of his only child, and who uses his fortune to change the lives of others.
Other TV appearances include the CBS series “NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service,” “Cold Case,” “CSI: NY,” “Ghost Whisperer,” and “The Twilight Zone.” She also appeared in the sci-fi drama series “Warehouse 13,” the ABC series “October Road,” “Starhunter” and “Mutant X,” as well as the USA Network series “The 4400.”
Booth’s film credits include starring as Dodger Allen in the 2005 horror movie Cry Wolf, as Nicole in the 2004 remake of Dawn of the Dead, and alongside Eliza Dushku in the 2003 thriller Wrong Turn.
She was born in Canada and currently resides in Los Angeles.