Svelte redheaded actress Lindy Booth began life in Oakville, Ontario, Canada, in 1979, then attended secondary school at nearby Blakelock High and moved into acting immediately following graduation. Per the route of many an ingenue, early assignments seemed to pigeonhole Booth in horror or action fare, such as the 2002 outing The Skulls II (2002) and the 2004 Dawn of the Dead, though in time she graduated to deeper and more multidimensional roles. These included a prominent turn as a best friend in the family-oriented holiday telemovie Christmas in Boston (2005) and another supporting role in director Randall Miller's comically charged crime thriller Nobel Son (2007), opposite Danny DeVito, Bill Pullman, and Mary Steenburgen. Booth also appeared in the ABC TV drama October Road starting in 2007.
Biography by Nathan Southern
- Wrote and performed plays for her family with her sister as a child.
- Won awards in high school for outstanding achievements in drama.
- Got an agent after graduating from high school, with the help of her drama teacher.
- Worked out extensively to create the muscular physique of her character in Kick-Ass 2, superhero Night Bitch.