Who's Lindy Booth from "The Librarians"? Wiki: Measurements, Spouse

Lindy Booth:
• Born on April 2, 1979 in Oakville, Ontario, Canada
• Gained fame for her role as Riley Grant in Disney Channel’s “The Famous Jett Jackson”
• Won the DVD Premiere Award in the Best Supporting Actress category for “The Skulls II”
• Net worth estimated at $1.2 million
• Engaged with the audience through social media with 54,000 followers on Facebook, 36,000 followers on Twitter, and 45,000 followers on Instagram

Known for movies

Short Info

Date Of Birth April 2, 1979
Mark Dazzling blue eyes
Fact Attended T.A. Blakelock High School, Oakville, Ontario, Canada (graduated in 1998).

Who is actress Lindy Booth from “The Librarians”?

Born on the 2nd of April 1979, in Oakville, Ontario Canada, this Caucasian female is a 39-year-old actress, who owes most of her popularity to the role of Riley Grant in the Disney Channel’s “The Famous Jett Jackson”, while she has had a number of other roles that have contributed to her fame. She has been active in the lucrative acting business since 1998.

Early Life and Education

While there isn’t much info regarding her early childhood, siblings and parents of Lindy Booth, it is known that she did get some education while attending T.A Blakelock High School, which is the second oldest high school in Oakville. However, there is significant information regarding the start of her acting career. As sources report, she started out writing and performing in plays for her neighbors as early as six years of age. Her engagement in the world of drama continued throughout her schooling, as she persisted with writing and acting in high school, eventually winning the 1994-1995 Junior Drama Award, and later the 1997-1998 Senior Drama Award. It is also known that her high school drama teacher vouched for her post-graduation, and thus helped her obtain an agent.


The agent that took Lindy under his wing established a schedule of attend at auditions, and this strategy bore fruit, as she landed the role of Carrie Taylor in her third audition, for “Eerie Indiana: The Other Dimension” in Toronto, then also had an insignificant role in the film entitled “Mr. Music”. Even though the show didn’t last on the screens for too long, having starred in an episode of “Faktor PSI” afterwards, Lindy gained recognition in her fourth role as Katie, in the low-budget sci-fi film by Martin Wood entitled “Teenage Space Vampires”. Lindy then went on to star in two additional Toronto-filmed TV series, entitled “Twice in a Lifetime” and “Earth: Final Conflict”. Her career thus far served as a springboard for her following roles, including the secretary Claudia in “Relic Hunter”, and the now world famous part as Riley Grant in “The Famous Jett Jackson”. Having made her presence felt in cinematography, Lindy’s career continued to branch out through various roles in later films.

“The Famous Jett Jackson”

Definitely the most significant role Lindy has had was that in “The Famous Jett Jackson”, which made a large contribution to the fame of many actors that took part in it, as it is a 3-season-long coming-of-age Canadian and American TV show, now with a total of nine nominations and two wins – Kerry Duff’s Young Artist Award in the Best Performance in a TV Comedy Series for supporting young actresses category in 1999, and the Silver Honor in Parents’ Choice Awards in 2001. The show ran from 1998 to 2001, and was the graded 7.2 on the Internet Movie Database.

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Awards and Nominations

Thanks to a series of successful performances, Lindy eventually earned enough recognition to be considered for an award; in 2003, she enjoyed two back-to-back nominations, for the Canadian Comedy Award in the Pretty Funny Female Performance category for her role in the 2002 Soo Lyu film entitled “Rub & Tug”, then for the DVD Premiere Award in the Best Supporting Actress category for the role she played in the 2002 Joe Chapelle film entitled “The Skulls II”, which she ended up winning, although tied with Cynthia Stevenson for her performance in the film entitled “Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch”. Many years later, in 2016 specifically, Lindy was nominated for The Best Actress in a TV Series Broadcast in the US category for the Golden Maple Awards, for her performance in 2014’s John Rogers TV series entitled “The Librarians”.

Love Life

In spite of the vast interest of the audience, there is currently no information regarding Lindy Booth’s relationship status. It is reputed that her sexual orientation is straight, which may be confirmed by the fact that she once tweeted she wished Troy Dyer was her boyfriend. Aside from that, she has made no public statements regarding her romantic interests, if any.

What is Lindy Booth’s Net Worth?

Have you ever wondered how rich Lindy Booth is, as of early 2018? According to various reputable sources, it has been estimated that the current total of Lindy Booth’s accumulated net worth is around $1.2 million, largely owed to the numerous acting roles, and it’s expected that this value will continue to rise as her career continues.

Body Measurements

Concerning the physical specifications of the actress, various authoritative sources suggest that her height is 5 feet and 7 inches (1.69m), while her weight is reputed to be around 121 lbs (55kg) at the moment. She is a red-haired Caucasian female with blue eyes, while her dress size is 4 (US), and her shoe size is 9 (US). Her body shape is stated to be hourglass, while her bra size is a B-cup of 34 inches. The three values of her body measurements stand at 34-24-35.

Social Media Presence

As is often the norm with today’s celebrities, Lindy seems to keep her social media accounts active and engaged with the audience, likely for the sake of increasing her popularity. Her Facebook account currently enjoys a steady 54,000 followers, while her Twitter account has 36,000 followers, and her Instagram profile is currently followed by 45,000 fans.

General Info

Full Name Lindy Booth
Date Of Birth April 2, 1979
Height 1.7 m
Profession Actor
Education T. A. Blakelock High School
Nationality Canadian


Nominations Canadian Comedy Award for Multimedia / Best Female Performance in a Feature
Movies Kick-Ass 2, Cry Wolf, Wrong Turn, Dawn of the Dead, Christmas Magic, Rub & Tug, American Psycho 2, The Skulls II, Nobel Son, Behind the Wall, Century Hotel, Dark Honeymoon, Teenage Space Vampires, Jett Jackson: The Movie, A Christmas Visitor, What Just Happened, Lucid, Public Domain, Choke
TV Shows The Philanthropist, October Road, Odyssey 5, Platinum, Relic Hunter, The Famous Jett Jackson, Eerie, Indiana: The Other Dimension, The Librarians

Social profile links


# Marks / Signs
1 Dazzling blue eyes


# Quote
1 [on the setting for the series, The Librarians (2014)] The fact that we live in this magical world gives us a an incredible opportunity. We’re not held back by normal rules, and every episode is different. There’s one that’s straight out of the horror genre, there’s one that’s a straight-up comedy, there’s one that’s almost a fairy-tale. There are aspects of time travel and questions about magic and history. The possibilities are endless with this show, which is the fun and the joy of it.


# Fact
1 Attended T.A. Blakelock High School, Oakville, Ontario, Canada (graduated in 1998).




Title Year Status Character
Eyewitness 2016 post-production Diana
The Librarians 2014-2016 TV Series Cassandra Cillian
Tweet Out 2015 TV Series
Supernatural 2013 TV Series Bonnie Fuschau / Vesta
The Twelve Trees of Christmas 2013 TV Movie Cheri Jameson
Copper 2013 TV Series Teresa Trembley
Teresa Trembly
Kick-Ass 2 2013 Night Bitch
Pull the Trigger, Mr. Wicker 2012 Short Adrianna
Fairly Legal 2012 TV Series Rachel
Christmas Magic 2011 TV Movie Carrie Blackford
Republic of Doyle 2011 TV Series Rebecca Jones
Brain Trust 2011 TV Movie Prof. Monica Ashton
NCIS 2009 TV Series Amanda Barrow
The Philanthropist 2009 TV Series A.J. / AJ Butterfield
Warehouse 13 2009 TV Series Stephanie Goodison
Cold Case 2008 TV Series Gloria Flagstone ’60
Behind the Wall 2008 Katelyn Parks
Dark Honeymoon 2008 Video Kathryn
October Road 2007-2008 TV Series Pizza Girl
What Just Happened 2008 Hostess
Nobel Son 2007 Beth Chapman
Ghost Whisperer 2006 TV Series Lane
CSI: NY 2006 TV Series Tess Larson
In the Stars 2006 Short Cassie
Christmas in Boston 2005 TV Movie Ellen
Category 7: The End of the World 2005 TV Movie Brigid
Cry_Wolf 2005 Dodger
Lucid 2005 Sophie
The 4400 2005 TV Series Liv
Choke. 2004 Short Andrea Roach
Cooking Lessons 2004 TV Movie Chloe
Dawn of the Dead 2004 Nicole
Bar Life 2003 Short Lara
Public Domain 2003 Monica
Starhunter 2003 TV Series Serena DeLuna
Hollywood North 2003 Molly
Wrong Turn 2003/I Francine
Platinum 2003 TV Series Penny
The Twilight Zone 2003 TV Series Shannon
Odyssey 5 2002-2003 TV Series Holly Culverson
Veritas: The Quest 2003 TV Series Fiona Keiran
Winter Sun 2002 Short Zoe
A Christmas Visitor 2002 TV Movie Liz
Strange Days at Blake Holsey High 2002 TV Series Amanda Durst – 1977
Black Painted Moon 2002 Short Diva
Mutant X 2002 TV Series Diana Moller
Rub & Tug 2002 Lea
Bollywood/Hollywood 2002 uncredited
Fairytales and Pornography 2002 Laura
A Nero Wolfe Mystery 2002 TV Series Beulah Page / Peggy Choate
American Psycho II: All American Girl 2002 Video Cassandra
The Skulls II 2002 Video Kelly
Her Best Friend’s Husband 2002 TV Movie Kelly Roberts
Century Hotel 2001 Supergirl / Sylvia
The Famous Jett Jackson 1999-2001 TV Series Hawk
Riley Grant
Jett Jackson: The Movie 2001 TV Movie Riley Grant
Relic Hunter 1999-2001 TV Series Claudia
Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows 2001 TV Mini-Series Lana Turner
Big Wolf on Campus 2000 TV Series Charlotte
Earth: Final Conflict 2000 TV Series Gina Richardson
Twice in a Lifetime 2000 TV Series 17 Year Old Caitlin Taylor
Traders 2000 TV Series Elizabeth Watson
Frog Pond 1999 Short Shannon
Strange Justice 1999 TV Movie Margaret
Detroit Rock City 1999 Girl #1
Teenage Space Vampires 1999 Katie
PSI Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal 1999 TV Series Gloria
Mr. Music 1998 TV Movie Amy White
Eerie, Indiana: The Other Dimension 1998 TV Series Carrie Taylor


Title Year Status Character
All Access Pass 2015 TV Series Herself
Sidewalks Entertainment 2014 TV Series Herself – Guest
NerdHQ 2013 TV Series Herself
Orla Kiely Autumn Winter 2011 2011 Short Herself
Table for Two 2002 TV Series Herself
Open Mike with Mike Bullard 2001 TV Series Herself


Won Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
2003 DVD Premiere Award DVD Exclusive Awards Best Supporting Actress The Skulls II (2002)

Nominated Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
2016 Golden Maple Awards Golden Maple Awards Best Actress in a TV Series Broadcasted in the US The Librarians (2014)
2003 Canadian Comedy Award Canadian Comedy Awards Film – Pretty Funny Female Performance Rub & Tug (2002)

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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