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Contact Me

Commercial Talent Agency

Agent: Neil Kreppel

Phone: 818-505-1431

Email: neil@commercialtalentagency.com

Eileen O'Farrell Management

Agent: Eileen O'Farrell

Phone: 818-985-3136

Email: ofarrellmgmt@gmail.com

Reels

Resume

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Film

Treehouse

Supporting

Greenland Entertainment

LA Fadeaway

Lead

Chapman Grad Thesis Film

Spaghetti Man

Day Player

Singletree Productions

Olivia, Martha, Ilse

Lead

Maiden Voyage Productions

The Story Told

Lead

Vast Illuminations

Shades

Supporting

Black Mesa Productions

Cineman Six

Supporting

Singletree Productions

Television

Laff Mobb's Laff Track

Co-Star

Tru TV

The Coroner: I Speak for the Dead

Co-Star

Discovery

Web Series

Greatest Grad Speach

Lead

TBS/Heckler

Rides & Sides

Lead

A2D2 Films

Introverts

Supporting

Black Mesa Productions

Heck Bender

Guest Star

Singletree Productions

Regional

Wanting Miss Julie

Jule

LOFT Ensemble

She Kills Monsters

Tilly

LOFT Ensemble

Catalyst

Sam

LOFT Ensemble, HFF 2015

Selling Love

Sheila

Elite Theatre

Training

SCOTT SEDITA ACTING STUDIO

Book a Co-Star Intensive, Scott Sedita

Sitcom Technique, Tony Rago

Comedy Master Class, Scott Sedita

Professional Class, Scott Sedita

UPRIGHT CITIZENS BRIGADE

Matt Newell - 101

Dan Hodapp - 201

NORTH CAROLINA SCHOOL OF THE ARTS SUMMER SESSION

Yuri Belov

OKLAHOMA SUMMER ARTS INSTITUTE, SHAKESPEARE INTENSIVE

Edward Payson Call

Education

The University of Oklahoma

BFA - Acting

Skills

Soprano/Mix/Belt

Local Hire: Oklahoma, Texas, Chicago, North Carolina, Georgia

Dialect: Cockney, French

Stage Combat: Armed (long sword, broadsword) & Unarmed

About Me

Lindsey Newell in plaid

Well, hey there! Nice of you to drop by. I’m Lindsey Newell, your average Jack of All Trades, Master of All, LA-based actor. I know everybody says they can do it all, but I can actually do it all. Except sports. Which I don’t count. So there! There? Their? They’re? There. It’s definitely there. See? I’m already leagues beyond the rest because I know the difference between and when to use the proper spelling of there/their/they’re.

Aside from my main squeeze Acting, I’m a wannabe comedic writer. Maybe not so wannabe. I have written two live cabaret shows. People laughed. I enjoy making people laugh. But I definitely don’t have the balls to do stand-up. I did it one time. But it wasn’t so much me telling jokes as it was me telling the story of my wedding after-party which was itself a massive joke complete with cops and a crazy girl and booze. But no arrests, surprisingly. Disappointingly, is what I should actually say. She was a hot mess and we will never get to see that mug shot. Damn you, inept EPD!

Anyway, as much as I enjoy making people laugh, I came out of the womb singing and have an equally fond love of doing that. Full disclosure, I’m that person. You know the one that is always singing something, especially if I’m not at all mindful of the people around me and the fact that they, unlike me, might really enjoy a little silence every now and then. (Side note: - like this is the first - but I am working on being still and okay with sitting in silence and it is driving me nucking futs, I tell ya.) So I sing. A lot. I apologize to the neighbors around me when they move in, and automatically assume that I’m the reason the left. I mean, come on. There are only so many times you can hear a girl belting out the alto line to Jingle Bells before you seriously start considering homicide. And that’s just not good for anybody’s health. But I sing. Sometimes it’s appropriate, sometimes it’s not. Sometimes it’s just complete jibberish, but at least it’s good. At least, that’s what people tell me. (Y’know, it’s a really hard line to walk between humility and knowing your talents in a super subjective skill such as singing. But I do it so well. [insert smiley])

I’m a Jack of All Trades. Not just with art and entertainment. I enjoy cooking and eating. Which one do I love more? It’s hard to say. Eating. Definitely eating. My other hobbies include eating after a long hike, yoga, or workout session; eating while I play Dungeons and Dragons (next game I am SO going to play a bard, and it’s gonna be uh-mazing); eating while watching reruns of The Golden Girls, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, or The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (all of whom are my personal heroes); and eating with friends after cooking up delicious eats and treats for us. All other life skills and interests are simply not important.

I’m the second of four prodigy of liberal musicians who live and work in a small town in Oklahoma. You can imagine, yeah? Don’t get me wrong, I love my hometown, but it’s certainly not a coastal city. Or even a city. Well, the sign says City of Enid, but it’s all relative in the end. Point is, sportsball is important, oil/farming is there, and everything else can die of thirst. Okay, that’s a bit dramatic. We have a community theatre, dance schools, and music programs. These were my sanity and saving grace growing up. Outlets for creativity helped keep me engaged and interested, and made me interesting, I think. It led me to attend summer intensives in acting as a teenager, obtain a BFA in acting from The University Of Oklahoma, and continue to pursue art and expression as a career in film, tv, theatre, and music. My parents exhibited to us four kids how to live a life with passion. Passion for the people you love, the art you create, and the job you do. If there’s one thing about me that people can agree on it’s that I’m passionate. Okay, some men say that I’m intense or I’m insane. You wanna be bored? I wanna be entertained. And that’s exactly what I’ve been doing with this whole ‘About Me’ section. I’m sitting here laughing at myself while you’re probably - hopefully - on the other end somehow still reading this and going ‘Whaaaaaaaaaaaat?’ Welcome to the club.