Known from movies
|Fact||Directs and choreographs for Kids on Stage for a Better World.|
Early life, family, educational background
American actress, singer and dancer, Lynsey Marie Bartilson, was born on July 1, 1983 in Edina, Minnesota, USA. She is the daughter of writer and attorney Laurie Jo and computer consultant Stanley Wayne Bartilson Jr.
Her older brother, Matthew Benjamin Bartilson, was born on July 9, 1981 and is a former child actor; he appeared in three Kidsongs videos as a Kidsongs kid and in “Tiger Troops” as Hank.
When she was four, Lynsey moved to Los Angeles with her family. She started dancing at a very young age and won her first talent contest for a solo dance when she was seven.
She was the Wicked Witch in “The Wizard of Oz” during a summer drama class, discovering her love of comedy and a natural instinct for comedic timing. Lynsey had the audience laughing as her performance left the actress playing Dorothy trembling with fear.
When she was nine, she started acting professionally by appearing in television serials. She also appeared in Los Angeles in musical theater productions, starring as Ramona Quimby and as Annie in three productions. At the premiere of ‘Amelia Bedelia’, she received acclaim for her performance as Effie Lou, and her portrayal of Young Maxine in ‘Situation Tragedy’ won her a Dramalogue Award.
While pursuing an acting career, she also continued to dance professionally, appearing twice in the Joffrey Ballet’s annual production of “Nutcracker”. When CBS began casting a co-star opposite Angela Lansbury who could sing, act and dance, Lynsey auditioned for the part – she was cast in the Hallmark Christmas musical special about the 500 other girls who auditioned.
Her television debut was in 1990 when she hosted ‘Kidsongs’. In 1994, she sang as Barney in ‘The Good Life’.
In 1995, she was cast as Megan in the ninth season of ‘Married… with Children’, a Fox sitcom; this was her first major television role.
She played Lily Finnerty from 2001 to 2005 in ‘Grounded for Life’, an American sitcom created by Bill Martin and Mike Schiff, which premiered on January 10, 2001 on the Fox Network. The network canceled the show after two full seasons and two season three episodes, but The WB immediately picked up the series for the remainder of season three and continued through January 28, 2005 with a total of three seasons on that network. Megyn Price and Donal Logue starred on the show as Claudia and Sean Finnerty, who lived with their three children, Lily, played by Lynsey Bartilson, Henry, played by Jake Burbage, and Jimmy, played by Griffin Frazen, Irish Catholics living in States Island lived. New York, the comedy is set in an Irish neighborhood.
Sean and Claudia were 18 when they married and had their first child, making them relatively young parents – especially when you consider that their oldest child is a teenager. The episodes started with a scene from the middle or end of the episode, then fleshed out the story. The show focuses on the struggles faced by the Irish Catholic family and is told using flashbacks. Other stars on the show include Bret Harrison, Kevin Corrigan and Richard Riehle; Guest stars include Kevin Corrigan’s wife, Elizabeth Berridge, the cast of “The Kids in the Hall,” the cast of “That ’70s Show,” Natasha Lyonne, Stephen Root, Mike Vogel, Miriam Flynn, and Vincent Pastore.
From 2005 to 2006, she voiced Tuesday X on ‘The X’s’, a Nickelodeon show, and other shows she appeared in include ‘Malcolm in the Middle’, ‘Party of Five’, ‘NYPD Blue’ and ‘That ’70s Show’. .”
Her film debut was in 1997 in ‘A Rat’s Tale’, in the voice of Isabelle Noble-Rat. She also appeared in “When I Was a Boy” in 1998, “Shattered!” in 2008, “Bad Roomies” in 2015 and “This Is Christmas” in 2017.
Lynsey recorded “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree” and “This Christmas I Will Give My Love to You” in 2002 for “School’s Out! Christmas.”
She is the choreographer and director of Celebrity Centre’s Kids on Stage for a Better World and works with approximately 50 young people. The group does benefit concerts to encourage positivity towards the underprivileged. When Lynsey led the group, they won the Young Artists Awards Michael J. Landon Community Service Award.
In 2010, she starred on Reckless Tortuga’s YouTube channel in the video series ‘The Online Gamer’ and in ‘Extra Butter, Please’ in 2013. On YouTube, she also appeared in skits like ‘Hosting Duties’, ‘Girl with the Dragon Tattoo ‘, parodies and ‘Whatever This is’.
From an early age she has been a member of the Church of Scientology, founded in May 1952 by American author L. Ron Hubbard. International, an organization of Scientology. According to the group, their goal is to ‘educate young people around the world about human rights, helping them become valuable advocates for the promotion of tolerance and peace’.
She was the mistress of ceremonies in October 2004 in Los Angeles for “Youth for Human Rights Day International”.
It was the first annual event and she appeared on stage with several prominent Scientologists, including Leisa Goodman. On September 4, 2016, she married Cru Moore. Not much is known about him and their relationship except that they started dating in 2014, and he calls himself ‘Dr. Cru Moore’ on his Instagram account. Their son Robert Camden Moore was born on September 10, 2016, and their second son, William Mackenzie Moore, in May 2018. The family lives in Los Angeles.
Lynsey is 1.6m tall, weighs 53kg and her vital statistics are 36-26-36. She has auburn hair and brown eyes.
Wealth and salary
Her net worth is estimated to be $1 million as of mid 2020.
|First and last name||Lynsey Bartilson|
|Profession||Singer, voice actor|
|Movies||Bad Roomies, Mrs. Santa Claus, A Rat’s Tale, Joan’s Day Out, Struck, Shattered|
|TV shows||The X’s, Grounded for Life, Kidsongs, The Online Gamer|
|1||Working with online video producers “Reckless Tortuga” who create humorous skits for the online subculture, [September 2010]|
|2||Although she plays the daughter, Megyn Price (the mother) is actually only 12 years older than her in real life.|
|3||International spokesperson for youth for human rights.|
|4||Directs and choreographs for Kids on Stage for a Better World.|
|Joan’s day out||2013||Short||Red velvet|
|The CLAN||2013||TV serials||Becka|
|The online gamer||2010-2013||TV serials||Becka|
|Extra butter, please||2011-2012||TV serials||Several|
|Park it||2012||TV serials||Officer Jenkins|
|Good luck, Charlie||2011||TV serials||Christine|
|Psycho girlfriend||2010-2011||TV serials||Laura|
|Bones||2007||TV serials||Sandy Evans|
|NCIS||2007||TV serials||Ruby Ray|
|The X’s||2005-2006||TV serials||Tuesday|
|Malcolm in the middle||2006||TV serials||Danielle|
|Grounded for life||2001-2005||TV serials||Lily Finnerty|
|United||2005||Video short||Lynsey Bartilson|
|NYPD blue||2005||TV serials||Quinny Stein|
|Strong medicine||2003||TV serials||Rina Dobler|
|Fill more!||2002||TV serials||Malika|
|Review Amy||2002||TV serials||Samantha Lightstone|
|Philly||2002||TV serials||Cynthia Beck|
|The nightmare room||2001||TV serials||Cindy Harris|
|That 1970s show||1999-2001||TV serials||Lynsey/Tammy Sue|
|Early edition||2000||TV serials||Nikki Kurasek|
|Every moment||2000||TV serials|
|Chicken soup for the soul||1999||TV serials|
|The Amanda Show||1999||TV serials|
|Zoe, Duncan, Jack & Jane||1999||TV serials||Gloria Mandelbaum|
|When I was a boy||1998||Short||Jack Benson|
|Party of Five||1998||TV serials||Parker Brookes|
|Suddenly Susan||1998||TV serials||Dinah|
|7th Heaven||1997||TV serials||Terri|
|Moloney||1997||TV serials||Erin Heney|
|A rat story||1997||Isabella Noble-Rat (voice)|
|Mrs. Santa Claus||1996||TV movie||Nora Kilkenny|
|The faculty||1996||TV serials||Sara|
|Married with children||1995||TV serials||Megan|
|Adventures with Baaco: Animal Quest||1995||TV serials||Linsey (1995)|
|The good life||1994||TV serials||‘Barney’ singer|
|Children’s songs||1990||TV serials||Question time host|
|Extra butter, please||2012||TV series co-producer – 18 episodes|
|Grounded for life||2001-2004||Performer TV series – 5 episodes|
|Mrs. Santa Claus||1996||TV Movie Artist: “Tavish Toy”, “Almost Young”, “Whistle”|
|Extra butter, please||2012||Episode 1 of the TV series|
|Children on stage for a better world: don’t pass me by||2000||Video short|
|Children on stage for a better world: don’t pass me by||2000||Video briefly devised by|
|Children on stage for a better world: don’t pass me by||2000||Video short choreographer|
|Kids Songs: Let’s put on a show||1995||Video short||herself|