Lindsey Haun

Lindsey Haun

Highest Rated: 100% The Color of Friendship (2000)

Lowest Rated: 5% Broken Bridges (2006)

Birthday: Nov 21, 1984

Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA USA

Actress Lindsey Haun accumulated a fairly substantial litany of screen roles well before her 10th birthday and made numerous appearances on Star Trek: Voyager prior to her big break with the role of a young vocalist-cum-rock singer, modeled on pop diva Britney Spears, in the family-oriented telemovie Brave New Girl (2004). (Spears actually co-scripted that picture with her mom and reportedly hand-picked Haun for the part). Haun subsequently played the long-estranged daughter of a has-been country and western star (Toby Keith) in the family-oriented drama Broken Bridges (2006) and landed lead billing in director Paddy Breathnach's mind-bending shocker Shrooms (2007), as a young backpacker in Ireland who falls prey to the mad doings of a psychopath after consuming some hallucinogenic mushrooms.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet House of Last Things Kelly 2013
No Score Yet The Life Zone Actor 2012
22% Shrooms Tara 2008
5% Broken Bridges Dixie Leigh Delton $0.3M 2006
No Score Yet Rome and Jewel Jewel 2006
No Score Yet Brave New Girl Holly Lovell 2004
100% The Color of Friendship Mahree Bok 2000
No Score Yet Addams Family Reunion Jenny Adams 1999
29% Village of the Damned Mara 1995
No Score Yet Deep Red Gracie 1994

TV

Credit
90% Bones
2005-2017
Tess Abbott 2017
69% Revenge
2011-2015
Foster Mom 2013
2012
70% True Blood
2008-2014
Hadley Hale 2012
2010
No Score Yet Cold Case
2003-2010
Young Julie Reed 2008
No Score Yet Criminal Minds
2005
Jordan Norris 2008
No Score Yet Without a Trace
2002-2009
Zoe Fuller 2007
No Score Yet Malcolm in the Middle
2000-2006
Kristen 2002
77% Star Trek: Voyager
1995-2001
Belle Beatrice 1997
1995

QUOTES FROM Lindsey Haun CHARACTERS

Dixie says: (on why she invited Bo to stay during the funeral services) It's the Christian thing to do.

Dixie says: It's the Christian thing to do.

Angela Denton says: So were the Crusades!