Lindsey spoke about her roles in Walker and The 100 and what it’s been like filming during COVID with Glitter.
GLITTER: What first inspired you to pursue acting, and when did you realize your passion for it?
LINDSEY: Oh, wow. That’s a good one. You know what it was? I actually consider myself 50 percent introvert and 50 percent extrovert. So I have this very shy, private loner kind of side that I don’t really show too much in my work, but like it’s in my life. When I was a child, I remember my mom took me to the musical showing of Big at a regional theater that was touring, and I remember just watching in the seats and seeing these performers, and I thought they were so great. That was the word and sentiment I felt like even at seven, I was like, oh, my gosh, they are so brave to do this because that to me is terrifying. That would be terrifying to me. So, yeah, I just really always admired acting and admired actors and performers, and even throughout high school, I never had a real substantial role in any production.