Lynsey Bartilson is an American actress, dancer, and singer. She is popular for her role on the Fox/WB sitcom Grounded for Life. The talented actress is also famous among the audiences for her appearances in the popular television series including Married…with Children, That ’70s Show. Also, she is an international Spokesperson for Youth for Human Rights.
Born on July 1, 1983, in Minnesota under the birth sign of Cancer. She holds an American nationality and belongs to mixed (Ashkenazi Jewish, Norwegian, Dutch, English, Irish, and French) ethnicity.
She was raised by her parents Laurie Jo (Neiger) and Stanley Wayne Bartilson, Jr. Also, she grew up along with her brother Matthew Bartilson.
The 35-years-old actress, Bartilson is happily married to her longtime boyfriend, Cru Moore. The pair started dating back in 2014. After dating two years, they shared their wedding vows on 4th September 2016.
The couple is blessed with a son Robert Camden Moore, born on 10 September 2016. Till date, they are living a blissful married life. Well. the family of three resides in Los Angeles.
The American actress has an estimated net worth of around $1.5 million. According to the BLS, the average salary of an actress is $39.84 per hour depending upon their quality and experience.
Coming up to Bartilson, well, she definitely earns at least the starting range of the salary earned by an actor.
Apart from her acting career, Bartilson earns from her dancing and singing career. From a singing career, she gathers around $65,000 per year and $34,219 per year from her dancing career.
Moreover, Bartelson’s movie, This Christmas has a domestic box office of $49,121,934 and international box office of $611,611. Regarding home market performance, the figures earned by the domestic DVD sales is $25,406,155.
The 35-years-old actress started her acting at the age of seven in 1990 when she hosted the show Kidsongs and made acting debut in a feature movie “The Good Life” as a Barney Singer, in 1994.
Then, she made her appearance in the number of tv series, The Faculty, Moloney, Suddenly Susan, Zoe, Duncan, Jack and Jane, The Amanda Show, and other popular series including, That ’70s Show, The Nightmare Room, Judging Amy.
Some of her short movies credited When I Was a Boy (1998), Struck (2008), and Joan’s Day Out (2013). Her most recent screen appearance was in Bad Roomies.