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Lindsay Korman-Hartley is an accomplished American actress, singer, writer, and now director. She was born Lindsay Nicole Korman in Palm Springs, California, and is of Ashkenazi Jewish, as well as Greek, Italian, and Russian descent. Singing since age eleven, Lindsay was a national pre-teen talent winner of the Young Miss America Beauty Pageant. At the age of fourteen, she was cast in her first professional role, playing Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz, at the Mc Callum Theatre in Palm Desert, California. At sixteen, Lindsay and her family relocated to Las Vegas, Nevada, where she graduated a year early from high school and headlined as the lead vocalist in the Las Vegas Sands Hotel afternoon show Viva Las Vegas. Shortly after attending the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Lindsay had the great honor to move to New York City and perform on Broadway, in the hit musical Grease!. She has won several national vocal competitions, including The Los Angeles Philharmonic's Award-Vocal/Opera. However, Lindsay is most notably known for portraying the hopeless romantic Theresa Lopez-Fitzgerald on the NBC soap opera Passions, from 1999-2008.

In 2000, Lindsay was not only nominated for the Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Female Newcomer, she wrote the song Kiss Me for her character, which she performed that year on the show. In 2009, Soap Opera Digest announced that she would join the cast of Days of Our Lives, another NBC soap opera. The following year, Lindsay signed on to play the new character of Cara Castillo on All My Children. She was also cast as DC Comics character Mad Harriet during Smallville's tenth and final season. In 2013, Lindsay, once again, played the role of Dr. Cara Castillo on the new All My Children being revived by Prospect Park. 

With over 2000 of episodes of television under her belt, Lindsay landed her first lead in a Hallmark movie titled, On Paper. Since then, she has been cast as the lead in numerous Lifetime thrillers which prompted her to write them. In 2017, Lindsay starred in the first movie she wrote that debuted on Lifetime, Deadly Exchange. 

After her tenth movie she penned was green-lit for production, Lindsay was ready to dive into the world of directing. Intrigued by the work of directors and with a strong desire to collaborate, in June of 2019, Lindsay directed her first thriller, Forgotten Abduction, that debuted on The Lifetime Channel.


Since then, Lindsay has directed over twenty features for Lifetime, Crackle, QVC, and Hulu. As well as, The Romeo and Juliet Killers, a true crime story, airing on Tubi. And, Lindsay just produced, directed and returned in front of the camera for the pilot of television series Paranormal Nobodies; a supernatural coming of age story.


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