Lindsay Price is the daughter of a Korean mother and a German-Irish American father who grew up as a family, when Lindsay's mother was adopted from Korea by her grandparents. She married Shawn Piller on 31 July 2004.
Actress Lindsay Price got her start in entertainment at the ripe age of
three, appearing in commercials for Toys R’ Us and McDonald’s. From then on, she
would make her presence known in film, television and even music, recording her
first CD in 2003. But despite a busy career, Price hasn’t harnessed the fame one
would expect for someone with such a lengthy resume.
Her father was German-Irish and her mother was a Korean émigré. Price’s mother was her dad’s adopted sister. At 14, Price attended the Professional Children’s School in New York, which boasts of such luminaries as Sidney Lumet, Ricki Lake and Yo-Yo Ma. It was at this time that Price got her breakthrough role as the teen-aged vixen, An Li, on ABC’s daytime drama, “All My Children” (1991-93). Price also was on prime time television, making appearances on “Life Goes On” (1991-92) and “Parker Lewis” (1991-92).
After Lindsay Price's stint on “All My Children”, Price landed another recurring gig as Michael Lai, the successful career girl on the CBS daytime soap, “The Bold and the Beautiful” (1995-97). Price then made the leap from daytime to a prime time soap with her regular role Janet Sosna on the long-running “Beverly Hills 90210” (1998-2000). Though her role started during the show’s last two seasons, Price made an immediate impact with audiences. More appearances on popular prime time shows followed: as Emily on the WB’s short-lived “Jack & Jill” (2000-01); as Sharon Weizak the USA Network’s “The Dead Zone” (where she met fiancée, producer Shawn Piller); and a three episode stint as Amanda on CBS’s “Becker” (2001-03).
Lindsay Price didn’t limit herself to television. Though her feature debut was in the kid’s flick, “Purple People Eater” (1988), the actress didn’t appear in another film until “One Hundred Percent” (1998), an indie never-was directed by Eric Koyanagi. After a small part in the Gwyneth Paltrow comedy, “View From the Top” (2003), Price had a prominent role in the barely released “No Turning Back” (2003), the story of an illegal immigrant who accidentally runs over a child and goes on the run with his daughter.
Price returned to her bread and butter, television. As the bis--ual, living-in-her-own-world Janet on the NBC sitcom, “Coupling”, a raunchy sitcom that boasts of its non-stop barrage of s---laden jokes and innuendo, Price has positioned herself to become the star she worked her whole life to be.
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