Lindsay Price

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Lindsay Price
Price in 2009
Lindsay Jaylyn Price

(1976-12-06) December 6, 1976 (age 45)
Other namesLindsay Price Stone
  • Actress
  • singer
Years active1984–present

Lindsay Jaylyn Price Stone (born December 6, 1976)[1] is an American television actress and singer. She is best known for her roles as Janet Sosna on Beverly Hills, 90210 and as Victory Ford on Lipstick Jungle. She is also known for her work on soap operas such as All My Children and The Bold and the Beautiful.

Early life[edit]

Price was born in Arcadia, California, to William Price, an American of German and Irish descent, and Haeja Diane Price, who was born in Korea.[2] Price's parents were raised together as siblings, as the family adopted the orphaned Haeja from Korea after the Korean War.[3][4] Haeja and her biological brother were both abandoned by their mother, who remarried after their father was killed in the war.[5][6]


In 1982, she appeared in a television commercial for toy retailer Toys "R" Us[7] with fellow child star Jaleel White.[8] She has also appeared in television commercials for Wanda, McDonald's, Vivitar and Island Fun Barbie.[9] She has appeared in magazine covers for Canada's Avenue and US' Steppin' Out, Fitness, Hamptons, Audrey and Yellow.[10]

Her first on-screen appearance was a role as Lan in the episode "Yesterday's Child" of ABC's drama television series Finder of Lost Loves. In 1989, she appeared in an episode of television series The Wonder Years titled "Walk Out" and an episode of the game show I'm Telling! with her older brother, Bryan. They only missed one question on I'm Telling! and amassed the second highest score in the show's history.[11] She appeared as An Li Chen on the daytime soap opera All My Children and as Michael Lai on The Bold and the Beautiful.[12]

She joined the cast of Beverly Hills, 90210 in January 1998 as Janet Sosna, a graphic designer at the Beverly Beat newspaper. She remained on the show through its finale in May 2000, appearing in a total of 73 episodes.[12] She then reprised the role as Michael Lai on The Bold and the Beautiful from June to August 2000, April to August 2005, and November 2009. Price had a recurring role on Becker, where she played Amanda, Jake Malinak (Alex Désert)'s girlfriend, a role that spanned three seasons.[12]

In 2006, she co-starred on The WB television show Pepper Dennis, opposite Rebecca Romijn, in the role of Kimmy Kim.[12] She appeared in the short-lived American remake of the British series, Coupling, in addition to singing the show's theme song, a cover of "Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps".[13] She guest starred in NCIS for two episodes as a neurotic fling of main character, Anthony DiNozzo.[11]

From 2008 to 2009, she starred in the NBC drama Lipstick Jungle as Victory Ford, an up-and-coming fashion designer in New York City. She guest-starred in an episode of How I Met Your Mother and played Joanna Frankel in ABC's Eastwick, where she once again starred opposite Rebecca Romijn.

Price has also had a career in music. Price wrote and performed on a five-song EP entitled Someone Like Me, which was released in 2007.[14]

Personal life[edit]

Price married television producer and director Shawn Piller in July 2004 at a ranch in Malibu. The couple divorced in 2007.[15][16]

Price began dating Australian celebrity chef Curtis Stone in late 2009.[17] Their son, Hudson, was born November 6, 2011.[18] Price and Stone became engaged in July 2012,[19] and married on June 8, 2013, in Spain.[20] Their second son, Emerson Spencer, was born September 16, 2014.[21]



Year Title Role Notes
1988 Purple People Eater Kory Kamimoto
1995 Angus Recycling Girl
1997 Jesus Rides Shotgun Beer Girl
1998 Hundred Percent Cleveland
1999 Taking the Plunge Short film
1999 The Big Split Tracy's Friend
2001 No Turning Back Soid
2004 Club Dread Yu
2005 Waterborne Jasmine
2008 Elevator People Bring You Up When You're Feeling Down Gwen Short film
2009 Lonely Street Felicia Quattlebaum


Year Title Role Notes
1984 Finder of Lost Loves Lan Episode: "Yesterday's Child"
1985 Airwolf Frightened Child Episode: "The American Dream"
1986 Hotel Kim Lan Episode: "Facades"
1986 Newhart Ranger Girl Episode: "Camp Stephanie"
1987 My Two Dads Annie Episode: "'Tis the Season"
1988 A Place at the Table Student TV movie
1989 Family Medical Center Alana Yu Episode: "The Yu Family"
1989 The Wonder Years Lori Episode: "Walk Out"
1991 Plymouth April Mathewson TV movie
1991 Life Goes On Drama Student #2 Episode: "Life After Death"
1991 Parker Lewis Can't Lose Cheyenne Thomas Episode: "Boy Meets Girl"
1991–1993 All My Children An Li Chen Bodine Recurring role
1993 Boy Meets World Linda Episode: "Teacher's Bet"
1994 ABC Afterschool Special Laurie Episode: "Boys Will Be Boys"
1994 Days of Our Lives Mary Unknown episodes
1995–1997 The Bold and the Beautiful Michael Lai Recurring role
1996 Maybe This Time Veronica Episode: "St. Valentine's Day Massacre"
1997 Head Over Heels Episode: "Spider Guy"
1998 Frasier Sharon Episode: "The Perfect Guy"
1998 C-16: FBI Rita Episode: "Green Card"
1998–2000 Beverly Hills, 90210 Janet Sosna 71 episodes
2001 The Heart Department Juliet Lee TV movie
2001 Jack & Jill Emily Cantor 6 episodes
2001 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Kim Marita Episode: "Alter Boys"
2001–2003 Becker Amanda Episodes: "Jake's Jaunt," "It Had to Be Ew," "Thank You for Not Smoking"
2002 The Dead Zone Dr. Sharon Weizak Episode: "Netherworld"
2003 Coupling Jane Honda Main role
2004 The Mountain Vanessa Episode: "Best Laid Plans"
2004 Las Vegas Mia Duncan Episode: "Montecito Lancers"
2004–2005 NCIS Navy Lt. Pam Kim Episodes: "Forced Entry," "Frame Up"
2005 Kitchen Confidential Audrey Episode: "Aftermath"
2006 Pepper Dennis Kimmy Kim 13 episodes
2007 How I Met Your Mother Cathy Episode: "Spoiler Alert"
2008 Secrets of the Summer House Nikki Wickersham TV movie
2008–2009 Lipstick Jungle Victory Ford Main role
2009–2010 Eastwick Joanna Frankel Main role
2010 Who Gets the Parents Brenda TV movie
2011 CSI: NY Kate Price Episode: "Vigilante"
2011 Love Bites Liz Episodes: "Unaired Pilot", "Firsts"
2012 Two and a Half Men Whitney Episode: "Avoid the Chinese Mustard"
2013 Hawaii Five-0 Leilani Episodes: "Olelo HoʻOpaʻI Make", "Hoa Pili", "Pukana"
2014 Lifesaver Dr. Jennifer Maguire TV Movie
2014 Major Crimes Gloria Lim Episodes: "Two Options", "Special Master: Part Two"
2015 How We Live Claudia Kaplan TV Movie
2015 Blackish Maisie Episode: "The Real World"
2015 Castle Lindsay Trent Episode: "The Last Seduction"
2016 Mary + Jane Veronique Episode: "Neighborhood Watch"
2018–2019 Splitting Up Together Camille Main cast
2020 Celebrity Watch Party Herself
2021 Atypical Sasha Taylor Episodes: "Dead Dreams", "Are You in Fair Health?"
Video Games
Year Title Role Notes
2012 Sleeping Dogs Peggy Li[22]


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  4. ^ Panitz, Ilyssa. "Lindsay Price Is Having a Baby". Retrieved September 18, 2014.
  5. ^ "About the Film". Sending the Orphans Back. Retrieved September 18, 2014.
  6. ^ "Director's Statement". Sending the Orphans Back. Archived from the original on September 24, 2015. Retrieved September 18, 2014.
  7. ^ "YouTube". Retrieved Jun 16, 2019.[dead YouTube link]
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  10. ^ "Lindsay Price". IMDb. Retrieved 2019-06-18.
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  12. ^ a b c d "What Are They Up To? The Bold and the Beautiful's Lindsay Price". Buddy TV. 2007-06-23. Retrieved 2012-07-12.
  13. ^ The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows, 1946–Present By Earle F. Marsh & Tim Brooks (page 290)
  14. ^ "Someone Like Me | Lindsay Price Album". Yahoo! Music. Retrieved 2012-07-19.
  15. ^ "'LIPSTICK' LOVERS". New York Post. 2008-03-19. Archived from the original on 2013-01-30.
  16. ^ (24 June 2011). TV chef Curtis Stone and actress Lindsay Price expecting baby, Herald Sun ("She was previously married to Hollywood producer Shawn Piller from 2004 to 2007.")
  17. ^ "Aussie chef running hot abroad". News Ltd. 2011-02-05. Retrieved 2011-02-28.
  18. ^ Michaud, Sarah (2011-11-22). "Curtis Stone, Lindsay Price Welcome First Child". People. Retrieved 2019-06-26.
  19. ^ Michaud, Sarah (2012-07-12). "Curtis Stone Engaged to Lindsay Price". People.
  20. ^ Galla, Brittany (2013-06-09). "Lindsay Price, Curtis Stone Get Married in Spain". Us Weekly.
  21. ^ "Curtis Stone and Lindsay Price Welcome Son Emerson Spencer". People. 2014-09-18. Retrieved 2019-06-26.
  22. ^ "Behind the Scenes: Voice-Over Talent (UK)". YouTube. Archived from the original on 2021-12-21. Retrieved 2012-07-18.

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