Friday, December 4, 2009
Today is Lindsay's birthday. If you'd like to send her some well wishes, why not follow Lindsay Felton on Twitter and tell her?
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Monday, November 23, 2009
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
|From Screen Captures|
Thursday, October 29, 2009
|From Screen Captures|
Bienvenida a nuestros invitados de México, Colombia, Chile y Venezuela.
Friday, October 23, 2009
|From Screen Captures|
EDIT: As Todd has pointed out in the comments section, ER Season 13 has now in fact been released on DVD.
Thursday, October 1, 2009
|From Grind Premier|
Saturday, September 26, 2009
SPOILER WARNING: These galleries show who is the winner of season one of Scream Queens, so don't click if you have not seen the finale.
Friday, September 25, 2009
|From Metro Chase Behind the Scenes|
Further updates will be found in the Photo Gallery.
Second, I'd like to welcome all the new visitors from Germany and the Netherlands. I guess Scream Queens just started showing there.
Sunday, August 23, 2009
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
Director James Gunn posted that Scream Queens is now casting for season two. Joke Productions, the company behind the show, is accepting casting comments and questions at:
Maybe if enough people wrote in to say that Lindsay Felton would make a great guest judge on the show they would consider. So, if you have a second, drop them a line, but please don't harass them.
Tuesday, August 4, 2009
It looks like VH1 has decided to put more of the SQ full episodes on line. But, for some strange reason, they haven't put them all online. Episodes 1,2,3,7 and 8 are online. Here is the first premiere episode:
The rest of the full episodes can be found here. There are at least clips from every single episode, and there is also bonus materiel from every episode. Twenty two videos in all.
Friday, July 17, 2009
Tuesday, June 30, 2009
Thursday, June 25, 2009
The website for Dark Xmas, an Ohio horror convention, is stating that Lindsay Felton will be one of the special guests at the con. The con will be held September 17-19 at the Eastwood Expo Center in Niles, Ohio.
If you are a fan of Lindsay, and you live in the area, this is your chance to meet her.
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
Monday, June 8, 2009
A news article has more details on The Girl, the new indie horror movie Lindsay Felton is staring in. Here is what Travis Bowen, the director/producer of this movie had to say about Lindsay:
“I knew if I could get [Lindsay] in this movie as a leading character she could really shine again. On ‘Scream Queens,’ she was compared to a Jamie Lee Curtis, and for a horror movie, you can’t get much better than that.”
The other stars in this movie will be Corey Haim of Lost Boys fame, and Playboy cover model Lisa Neeld.
Don't forget that if you have a twitter account you can follow Lindsay Felton's twitter feed.
Monday, June 1, 2009
Horror movie seeks extras
An independent horror movie that will be shot in the Mahoning Valley over the summer is looking for performers.
The cast for ''The Girl'' will feature Corey Haim (''The Lost Boys''), Lindsay Felton (Nickelodeon's ''Caitlin's Way''), C.J. Graham (Jason from ''Friday The 13th: Jason Lives'') and Playboy model Lisa Neeld of Cortland.
Extras can audition from 3 to 6 p.m. Monday at the Comfort Inn, 136 N. Park Ave., Warren. Additional information is available online at www.eeriefrequency.com and by calling director Travis Bowen at 330-978-8557.
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Friday, May 1, 2009
You started acting young, when did you decide you wanted to be in show business?
Getting into the acting business was kind of like accidental fate. I was living in Seattle, WA. I was 2 years old. My mother was working in the children shoes department of Nordstrom at the Northgate Mall. There was a lady there who came in all the time to buy shoes for her kids and she befriended my mother. At one point she said she was starting her own children's acting agency and wondered if she could use me as one of her first clients.
What do you find most enjoyable about acting? What do you dislike the most?
I really enjoy many things about acting. For some reason, when I am on a set, I feel at home. I don't know why. I also love the idea of getting to pretend to be someone I'm not... AND I LOVE getting paid to travel all over the world. I also have gotten to meet amazing people who I admire and people who have changed my life.
If you weren't acting, what would you be doing?
Ha. Well... I have spent lots of time where I haven't been working. In that time I tending bar, waited tables, baby-sat, worked at a doggie day-care place, and worked as a prep cook at a restaurant. None of them were nearly as fulfilling as acting.
What has been your favorite role so far?
Caitlin. The character was fun to play because I never got to be so much of a smart-ass in real life. Sometimes she would annoy me, but it was still fun... Also, filming that show was by FAR one of the major highlights of my life up until now. I loved living in Calgary and the people I met during the course of that show were like a family. I had never had so much fun.
If you could work with any director, who would it be?
If he was alive, Stanley Kubrick. Otherwise, Wes Anderson, PT Anderson, Kevin Smith, Quentin Tarantino, Steven Spielberg and recently Judd Apatow.
If you could have one role in any movie released last year, which would
it have been and why?
Juno in Juno, because it was an awesome leading role in an awesome movie that I think I could have done well (but Ellen Page is awesome.) Bella in Twilight, because I love Vampires, I am obsessed with the book series and the male co-star is dreamy...or Rachel Dawes in the Dark Knight (do I even need to give all the reasons why?)
Going into Scream Queens, how much confidence did you have?
I hadn't had a proper acting job in a long time and I DREAD competition... soo... not very much.
Looking back on it, do you consider SQ's to be a positive experience?
Yes, Scream Queens was definitely a positive experience. It re-awakened my love for acting and even though it was very emotionally draining, it was a good time. Plus, I actually made a lot of friends because of it.
If you could change one thing about your performance on SQ, what would it be?
I would be a little more "balls to the wall!" Ha. Seriously though, I would like to say I would have been more confident in my ability, but that's easier said than done.
Was living at the SQ's house as drama filled as it appeared on the series?
Yes and no. They really did play it up with the way it was edited, but there was definite drama. Some stuff that they showed on the show was not NEARLY as bad as they made it out to be, but then there was also stuff that went down that they weren't even able to show ;)
Do you still talk with anyone you met on SQ's?
I keep in touch with mostly all of the girls via facebook. It's hard because I live in NY and they almost all live in Los Angeles. Jessica Palette lives in the same area of Brooklyn as I do though and we are very close and hang out a few times a week.
Will SQ's be coming out on DVD?
Do you know if any of your older work (Caitlins Way, Anna's Dream, etc)
will come out on DVD?
No idea. Probably not. Caitlin's Way came out in Europe, I believe. I keep meaning to write to Tommy Lynch and tell him he needs to release it.
LindsayFelton.com is down, will it be up again?
Some day... when I have something to put on it.
What can your fans do to help your career?
I'm not sure. I guess if you ever have access to write or talk to a director or producer, tell them you'd like to see more of me.
How can fans receive an autograph?
I'm working on that... I guess for now, you can send your address to Exactor, the webmaster of this blog and I will do my best to send you a signed pic. Shipping gets pretty expensive after a while though so I am trying to find a better method.
What kind of roles are you searching for?
Pretty mush whatever I can get at this point. Sad but true.
What projects do you have coming out in the future?
I am in discussion about a few upcoming projects but all is in such beginning stages. I will keep the blog posted when I have more info. I really just need an agent more than anything. Without an agent there are no auditions. Unlike LA, I don't have have many NY connections, it's almost like starting all over again.
Thanks for the great interview Lindsay, and thanks to everyone for reading. If you have any comments or questions for Lindsay, please leave them here. We'll try to do this again in the future, Lindsay's schedule permitting. Don't forget to follow us or subscribe to the RSS feed so that you can stay on top of all posts.
Sunday, April 26, 2009
It seems that The N is re-airing Caitlin's Way. The show airs at 6AM/5AM central, check thier TV Schedule to find out what episodes are coming up. The N also has these facts about the show:
- The executive producer and co-creator of this show is Tom Lynch, creator of South of Nowhere.
- I've seen every single episode of this show, back during a brief period of time when I was actually paid to watch every episode of every show we aired for reasons that I don't remember.
- Andy Dick played a horse rustler in a few episodes. I always think of Andy Dick as the guy from that "shoes" YouTube video, but that was some other guy that just resembles Andy Dick and was never on Caitlin's Way but I suspect might be a horse rustler in real life.
- I'm not saying that the show Wildfire is a rip-off of Caitlin's Way, but the show Wildfire is a total rip-off of Caitlin's Way.
- Lindsay Felton, who plays Caitlin, is only two steps removed from Johnny Depp, because Caitlin's Way regular Mitchell Kosterman was on the '80s show 21 Jump St., which starred Johnny Depp.
Thursday, April 23, 2009
Friday, April 10, 2009
|Lindsay Felton in The Metro Chase|
Friday, February 6, 2009
In the part where I say "I hate myself the most." I did not necessarily mean that in the self deprecating way that it sounded. I am, as I have said, my own worst critic... but I am tired of it. I have been fed up with that little voice in my head telling me "You can't" or "You're not good enough". I want to tell the little voice to go f*ck himself. Easily said than done of course. It's a battle I have been fighting for a long time. I do have confidence in my ability... but it has been a tough road. When I yelled "You will never take away my will to fight!", I was talking to THAT part of myself. The part that tells me I can't.
I also told Lindsay, which wasn't shown in the episode, that I was not immune to feeling doubt or nervousness or fear and perhaps if she shared this stuff with me I could help her do the work in spite of it. I have many years behind me of writing, directing, producing, and acting – many of which I did while feeling like crap about myself, the world, or some situation. To turn in the performance we all knew Lindsay was capable of, she needed to trust me as a director. At this point, she had no other choice.
Episode 6 had a ton of developments. First, the Scream Queens have to act out a possession scene under the supervision of Shawnee Smith. Lindsay does a great job, but the other contestants are overwhelmed by her cleavage:
However, the judges still decided to summon Lindsay, but she lived to fight another day.
You read the VH1 show recap and view the episode gallery for more information.
I was becoming worried about Lindsay. Undoubtedly, she had more knowledge of her craft than the other Scream Queens, and she had talent. But I was afraid her nerves were getting to her. I had seen it in the audition process the week before and this week in the Director's Challenge.You can read more here.