Lynsey Bartilson Biography
This Hollywood star was born on July 1, 1983 in Edina, Minesotta. Her mother, Laurie Bartilson is a Scientology attorney. She moved to Los Angeles with her family at age four. Miss Bartilson was a natural dancer. Lynsey won her first talent competition in solo dance at the age of seven. She accidentally discovered her love for comedy in a summer drama class when se was cast as the wicked wizard of Oz though she was the smallest child in her class. She looks funny as she made the character Dorothy shakes with fear that makes her audience roar with laughter.
Her professional acting career began at the age of 9, with guest appearances on TV and on video. At the same time, she played hot stints in theater across Los Angeles. Lynsey portrays the roles of Annie, Ramona Quimby and Effie Lou in Amelia Bedelia.
The sexy comedian made her television debut in the final season of the hit FOX sitcom Married With Children. Her musical theater experience paid off when CBS began looking for a young and hot triple-threat to star opposite Angela Lansbury in the films Mrs. Santa Claus, a Hallmark Christmas musical special. Lynsey Bartilson beat other 500 girls who auditioned for the part.
This Hollywood star appeared on various Television shows including NCIS, NYPD Blue, 7th Heaven, Malcolm in the Middle, Strong Medicine, Judging Amy and Party of Five. Aside from acting, Lynesy Bartilson was able to record two songs namely: This Christmas I Will Give My Heart to You and Rockin Around the Christmas Tree for the Album Schools Out! Christmas.
The sexy dancer grows up in a Scientology family. She is an active member of Scientology-related organizations, such as Youth for Human Rights International where she acts as the International Spokesperson. She is also one of the founding member, director and choreographer of Scientology Celebrity Centers Kids on Stage for a Better World.