Lindsey Shaw

 

Date Of Birth

May 10, 1989
 

Date Of Birth

May 10, 1989
 

Biography

Lindsey Shaw has yet to become a household name, but her acting career is off to a promising start. Born on May 10, 1989, she has appeared in several print ads and commercials for both radio and television. Although she was born and raised in Lincoln, Nebraska, she and her mother often took trips to Omaha in order to meet with Lindsey’s agent. They also traveled from home to Kansas city so that Lindsey could do more advertisements, and in 2002, moved permanently to California. She has attended Notre Dame High School, St. Francis Xavier School in Burbank and has been undergoing the Laurel Springs home-schooling program to keep up with her busy acting schedule.

Lindsey Shaw’s resume has been building up more and more, as she was known to have done print work and a radio spot for the U.S. Open. She has worked with acting teacher Jeremiah Comey and manager Pat Cutler, who she considers invaluable to her success. In 2004, Shaw landed the part of the female lead on the Nickelodeon teen comedy series, Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide. She portrayed the tomboyish character Jennifer Ann ‘Moze’ Mosely alongside Devon Werkheiser and Dan Curtis Lee. After three seasons, the show wrapped up in 2006 and Shaw worked with the CW network. Her next project became playing the character Claire Tolchuck on the comedy series Aliens in America. She was able to work with Dan Byrd, Adhir Kalyan, Scott Patterson and Amy Pietz on the series. Shaw has also been seen on the short drama film titled The Great Lie, directed by Comey and written by Dan and Lance Hubp. In 2008, she signed on to play Aubrey in the family film Nic & Tristan, about the life of 10-year old skateboarding twins. Lindsey Shaw has also been seen in a cameo for the Nickelback video of the song, “Rockstar.”

Most recently, she starred on the TV series 10 Things I Hate About You as the lead character Kat, as well as Paige McCullers on Pretty Little Liars.
 

Biography

Lindsey Shaw has yet to become a household name, but her acting career is off to a promising start. Born on May 10, 1989, she has appeared in several print ads and commercials for both radio and television. Although she was born and raised in Lincoln, Nebraska, she and her mother often took trips to Omaha in order to meet with Lindsey’s agent. They also traveled from home to Kansas city so that Lindsey could do more advertisements, and in 2002, moved permanently to California. She has attended Notre Dame High School, St. Francis Xavier School in Burbank and has been undergoing the Laurel Springs home-schooling program to keep up with her busy acting schedule.

Lindsey Shaw’s resume has been building up more and more, as she was known to have done print work and a radio spot for the U.S. Open. She has worked with acting teacher Jeremiah Comey and manager Pat Cutler, who she considers invaluable to her success. In 2004, Shaw landed the part of the female lead on the Nickelodeon teen comedy series, Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide. She portrayed the tomboyish character Jennifer Ann ‘Moze’ Mosely alongside Devon Werkheiser and Dan Curtis Lee. After three seasons, the show wrapped up in 2006 and Shaw worked with the CW network. Her next project became playing the character Claire Tolchuck on the comedy series Aliens in America. She was able to work with Dan Byrd, Adhir Kalyan, Scott Patterson and Amy Pietz on the series. Shaw has also been seen on the short drama film titled The Great Lie, directed by Comey and written by Dan and Lance Hubp. In 2008, she signed on to play Aubrey in the family film Nic & Tristan, about the life of 10-year old skateboarding twins. Lindsey Shaw has also been seen in a cameo for the Nickelback video of the song, “Rockstar.”

Most recently, she starred on the TV series 10 Things I Hate About You as the lead character Kat, as well as Paige McCullers on Pretty Little Liars.
 

Place of Birth

Lincoln, Nebraska
 

Place of Birth

Lincoln, Nebraska
 

Birth Name

Lindsey Marie Shaw
 

Birth Name

Lindsey Marie Shaw
 

Gender

Female
 

Gender

Female
 

Fun Facts

-She shares the same manager with Carlos Pratts and Jackson Rathbone.

-American Beauty and The Breakfast Club are some of her favorite movies.
 

Fun Facts

-She shares the same manager with Carlos Pratts and Jackson Rathbone.

-American Beauty and The Breakfast Club are some of her favorite movies.
 

Awards

None
 

Awards

None
 

Filmography

2011 Teen Spirit (TV movie)
2010 The Howling: Reborn
2011 16-Love
2011 Pretty Little Liars (TV series)
2010 Enslaved: Odyssey to the West (Video Game)
2010 Nic & Tristan Go Mega Dega
2009-2010 10 Things I Hate About You (TV series)
2010 Gideon (short)
2010 Devolved
2008 Eleventh Hour (TV series)
2007-2008 Aliens in America (TV series)
2004-2007 Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide (TV series)
2005 The Great Lie (short)
 

Filmography

2011 Teen Spirit (TV movie)
2010 The Howling: Reborn
2011 16-Love
2011 Pretty Little Liars (TV series)
2010 Enslaved: Odyssey to the West (Video Game)
2010 Nic & Tristan Go Mega Dega
2009-2010 10 Things I Hate About You (TV series)
2010 Gideon (short)
2010 Devolved
2008 Eleventh Hour (TV series)
2007-2008 Aliens in America (TV series)
2004-2007 Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide (TV series)
2005 The Great Lie (short)
 

Nickname

Shawsters
 

Nickname

Shawsters
 

Height

5' 7" (1.70 m)
 

Height

5' 7" (1.70 m)
 

Quotes

"Our food supply has become so contaminated with artificial concoctions that are passed off as food that we don't know how to feed ourselves anymore. There is so much misinformation out there about what to eat that we're bound to eat the wrong thing. We need to start teaching nutrition in schools and educating children from a young age about what it means to eat the right way. Understanding the food we eat is of the utmost importance to our physical and mental health."
 

Quotes

"Our food supply has become so contaminated with artificial concoctions that are passed off as food that we don't know how to feed ourselves anymore. There is so much misinformation out there about what to eat that we're bound to eat the wrong thing. We need to start teaching nutrition in schools and educating children from a young age about what it means to eat the right way. Understanding the food we eat is of the utmost importance to our physical and mental health."

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