A proud member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA, Linzi has performed as an actress in regional theaters across the nation since age six and studied theater performance and broadcast journalism at Fordham College at Lincoln Center where she graduated summa cum laude in three years before she ventured into her on-camera work.
She won "Best Actress in a Musical" Spotlight Awards for the roles of Belle in Beauty and the Beast at Seacoast Repertory Theater and for Eponine in Les Miserables at Ogunquit Playhouse. She also debuted the off-Broadway musicals A Song for Ireland and Laughing Pictures: A Hollywood Odyssey.
Being a martial artist in Shaolin Kempo Karate and being trained in fight choreography has been useful in her toolbox, as well as being trained in improv through UCB and being proficient in IPA so that any accent or dialect can be learned quickly. Except jive...She accepts her limitations.
Beyond her career as an actress, Lindsey has performed as a singer and pianist at venues such as Carnegie Hall, The State Opera House in New York City, The Country Theater in Nashville, Planet Hollywood Theater for the Performing Arts in Las Vegas, New England arenas with the Boston Pops and on various stages for nationally televised sporting events. Enjoying styles from classical to R&B, she has sung most genres including country--yes, even yodeling--and won international singing competitions as well as "Gospel Female Vocalist of the Year" award by North America's CMA.
She started print modeling during her time in the Miss America Organization while she was Miss New Hampshire. After winning the Lifestyle & Fitness Award (aka the Swimsuit Award), she continued modeling in New York City and Los Angeles.