Lindsy Campbell is an actress and award winning filmmaker, who has landed day-player roles on NETFLIX Series LONGMIRE and The Messengers on the CW Network. She has also starred in feature films, TV series, short films, and commercials.
Lindsy grew up on a small farm in Mesilla, New Mexico. She was an active member of her 4-H and FFA clubs and loved showing livestock and American Quarter Horses at the state and national levels. Lindsy had her goals seriously set on becoming a veterinarian until she found her passion for acting.
In 2007, Lindsy started seriously pursuing her acting career when she moved to New York City to full fill the scholarship she received from The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts. After graduating from NYCDA in 2009, Lindsy wrote and directed the award winning short film, The Brazilian, in 2013. The Brazilian, was officially selected at the Women in Film International Showcase and went on to many other film festivals (a few of them being in the top 25 film festivals to get into that year). The festival run was a success and landed The Brazilian a small distribution deal.
In 2016, Lindsy landed her biggest role yet acting across actor Ricky Gomez, as the Italian mob-boss, Alicia Bonaventura, in the feature film, Crossed Lines.
In 2017, Lindsy graduated from the University of New Mexico with her Bachelors in Media Arts, and continues to study and practice the art of film making, where she currently resides, in Albuquerque, NM. Whether she is in front or behind the camera, creating and bringing stories to life is great passion of hers.