Blake Lindsley was born and raised in Los Angeles and educated at Yale University. She began performing as a teenager doing voiceover for animation and singing opera at the Aspen and Salzburg music festivals. Early film work includes Doug Liman’s “Getting In” and “Swingers.” Immediately upon receiving her B.A. in Theater from Yale, Blake shot “Starship Troopers” with director Paul Verhoeven and “Dogtown” with director George Hickenlooper. Named a 2014 Lunt-Fontanne Fellow for her extensive regional theater work, Blake’s stage roles have included Amanda in “Private Lives” at the Pasadena Playhouse, the title role in “Hedda Gabler” at the Century Center/NYC as well as the lead in the world premiere of “The Ice-Breaker” at the Magic Theater in San Francisco and Liz in the west coast premiere of “The Whale” at SCR. She has guest starred on many popular television series, including “NCIS,” “Leverage”, “Criminal Minds,” “Without A Trace,” “CSI”, “Cold Case,” “Crossing Jordan”, “Frasier” and “NYPD Blue,” among many others. Of her many roles in TV Movies, her favorite, Quincy Quince in Wendy Wasserstein’s “An American Daughter” opposite Christine Lahti and Tom Skerritt, was described as “gloriously played by Blake Lindsley” by the New York Times. In 2013 Blake appeared opposite John Hawkes in the award winning feature film “The Sessions.” She is a competitive horseback rider and has won many championships including the prestigious Foxfield medal finals in 2010. She lives in the Hollywood Hills with her husband, producer Stephen Nemeth, their son Lincoln and daughter Louise.