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1. How did you get your start in acting?

I first started acting in theater productions when I was 10 years old. After graduating from high school, I moved to Boston, New York, and then to Los Angeles and worked as much as I could while getting my degree. I feel like I’ve been acting forever but it’s really only been the last 2 and a half years since graduating from the University of Southern California that I’ve been actively pursing a career in this crazy industry.

2. Was it something you always wanted to do?

Absolutely! I couldn’t imagine doing anything else.

3. Can you tell us about your roles in “Apple Of My Eye” and “Blue Line”?

In “Apple Of My Eye” I play Jenny, who is the lead character’s Braille tutor. I learned more than I can explain throughout the entirety of filming. It’s definitely an experience that I will forever cherish. In “Blue Line” I play Bunny Abbott, the cheerleading captain who is held hostage during the heist. “Blue Line” was the first film that I booked after graduating from USC and I am so excited to see it when it comes out this March!


4. How are these projects different from others you’ve worked on in the past?

They were both massive learning experiences for me. “Blue Line” was the first legitimate feature film that I had booked since being in Los Angeles and “Apple Of My Eye” was the first feature that I was a part of from start to finish on the production side as well as acting. They were also both filmed outside of California: “Blue Line” was shot in Connecticut and “Apple Of My Eye” was shot in Florida so that comes with its own set of differences as well.


5. What has been your favorite project to work on so far?

That’s such a hard question to answer because they have all been so different.. I would probably have to say “Apple Of My Eye.” I learned so much about filmmaking and gained such an appreciation for every single person involved in taking a film from script to set to post and every part in-between.


6. Do you have any other upcoming projects fans can look forward to?

I can’t say too much about it but definitely keep an eye out for “Break Room”. It’s going to be amazing!


7. What are your social media handles?

Instagram: @LambL91

Twitter: @LindsayLamb_

FB: https://www.facebook.com/LindsayLambActress/

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