Lindy Booth
Birth Date:
April 2, 1979
Birth Place:
Oakville, Ontario, Canada
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Relic Hunter


Lindy Booth is a Canadian prolific actress who lives in Los Angeles, California. She is known for playing regular roles on “Eerie, Indiana: The Other Dimension” (1998), “Relic Hunter” (1999-2001), “October Road” (2007-2008) and “The Philanthropist” (2009) as well as for having recurring roles on “The Famous Jett Jackson” (1999-2001), “Odyssey 5” (2002-2003), “The 4400” (2005) and “Copper” (2013). She was nominated for a Canadian Comedy Award for her performance on the film “Rub & Tug” (2002).         

Oakville's Daughter

Childhood and Family:

Lindy Booth was born on April 2, 1979, in Oakville, Ontario, Canada. She graduated from T.A. Blakelock High School in Oakville in 1998.  

Rub & Tug


Lindy Booth kicked off her professional acting career right after graduating from high school. She made her television debut in “Eerie, Indiana: The Other Dimension,” a spin off of  “Eerie, Indiana”  that aired on the Fox Kids Network from February 7, 1998 to May 30, 1998. There she played the regular role of Carrie Taylor. The same year, she appeared in the Canadian made for TV film “Mr. Music” with Mick Fleetwood, Jonathan Tucker and Clé Bennett. In the following year, she had her first taste in front of the film cameras in “Teenage Space Vampires,” an action/science fiction movie written and directed by Martin Wood.

Booth returned to series television as a regular in “Relic Hunter,” an anglophone Canadian television series, starring Tia Carrere and Christien Anholt. She played the role of ditzy student secretary Claudia during the show's first two seasons during 1999-2001. Around this period, she also played the recurring role of Riley Grant/Hawk on the Disney Channel Original Series “The Famous Jett Jackson.” She played Holly Culverson in several episodes of the Space/Showtime series “Odyssey 5” from 2002-2003.

Booth continued on making guest spots in television series like “PSI Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal” (1999), “Traders” (2000), “ Twice in a Lifetime” (2000), “Earth: Final Conflict” (2000), “Big Wolf on Campus” (2000), “A Nero Wolfe Mystery” (2002), “Mutant X” (2002), “Strange Days at Blake Holsey High” (2002), “Veritas: The Quest” (2003), “ The Twilight Zone” (2003), “Platinum” (2003) and “Starhunter” (2003). She played Lana Turner on the TV film “Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows” (2001). In 2002, Booth starred opposite Robin Dunne, Ashley Cafagna-Tesoro  and Nathan West in the direct-to-video thriller film “The Skulls II,” a sequel to “The Skulls.” She won the DVD Premiere Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Kelly, the roommate of Ali, played by Ashley Cafagna-Tesoro. The same year, she was cast as Lea in Soo Lyu's “Rub & Tug” (2002) and was nominated for the Canadian Comedy Award in the category of Film - Pretty Funny Female Performance for her performance. Among other films she has appeared in include “Detroit Rock City” (1999), “Bollywood/Hollywood” (2002), “American Psycho 2” (2002), “Hollywood North” (2003), “Wrong Turn” (2003, with Eliza Dushku), “Public Domain” (2003) and “Dawn of the Dead” (2004, played Nicole).

In 2005, Booth played Liv in three episodes of the USA Network series “The 4400” and acted in the TV films “ Category 7: The End of the World” and “ Christmas in Boston.” She also starred as Dodger Allen in the horror movie “Cry_Wolf” (2005), opposite Julian Morris, Jon Bon Jovi and Jared Padalecki, and portrayed Sophie in the Canadian Award winning film “Lucid” (2005), which was written and directed by Sean Garrity. Following guest appearances in “CSI: NY” and “Ghost Whisperer” (both 2006), Booth played the regular role of Emily the “Pizza Girl” in the ABC drama series “October Road,” which ran for two seasons from March 15, 2007 to March 10, 2008. She then starred opposite James Purefoy, Jesse L. Martin, Neve Campbell and Krista Allen in the NBC short lived series “The Philanthropist” (2009). Between the shows, Booth appeared in several films such as “Nobel Son” (2007), “What Just Happened” (2008), “Dark Honeymoon” (2008, Video), “Behind the Wall” (2008) as well as made guest appearances on “Cold Case” (2008) and “Warehouse 13” (2009). She continued to appear in episodes of “NCIS” (2009), “Republic of Doyle” (2011) and “Fairly Legal” (2012).     

In 2013, Booth portrayed Night Bitch on the British-American superhero action comedy film “Kick-Ass 2,”  which is based on the comic book of the same name and “Hit-Girl,” both by Mark Millar and John Romita, Jr.. Directed and scripted by Jeff Wadlow, the sequel movie received negative to mixed reviews from critics. The same year, she appeared as Bonnie Fuschau / Vesta in an episode of “Supernatural” called “Rock and a Hard Place,” portrayed Teresa Trembly in three episodes of “Copper” and stared as Cheri Jameson in the made for TV film “Twelve Trees of Christmas.”    

In 2014, Both will star alongside John Kim and Lesley-Ann Brandt in the upcoming television series “The Librarians.”  


DVD Exclusive: DVD Premiere Award, Best Supporting Actress, “The Skulls II,” 2003 Show Less