Who’s actress Lynsey Bartilson? Wiki: Scientologist, Net Worth, Religion

• Actress Lynsey Bartilson was born in Edina, Minnesota, USA in 1983
• She has a net worth of $3 million, earned mainly through acting since she was seven
• She is a member of the Church of Scientology and works with the organization’s charity initiatives
• She has appeared in films and television series, including “Married… with Children”, “Grounded for Life” and “The X’s”
• In recent years she has done hosting work for video game events and is active on Twitter and Facebook, although not since 2015

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Short Info

Fact Working with online video producers “Reckless Tortuga” making humorous skits for the online subculture, [September 2010]

Who is actress Lynsey Bartilson?

Lynsey Marie Bartilson was born on 1 July 1983, in Edina, Minnesota USA, and is a singer, dancer and actress, best known for being a part of the sitcom entitled “Grounded For Life”, in which she played the role of Lily Finnerty. She’s been active in the industry since 1994, and has appeared in a variety of films and television series.

Wealth through Acting

How rich is Lynsey Bartilson? As of early-2018, sources inform us of a net worth that is at $3 million, mostly earned through a successful career in acting, actually since she was seven years old.  She’s also recorded songs, and as she continues her career, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.

From Childhood to Adulthood – Movies and Television Shows

At a young age, Lynsey was known for her love of dancing – at seven she won her first talent competition in a solo dance category. She then developed an interest in acting while doing summer drama classes, and making her first on-stage appearance as a part of “The Wizard of Oz” in which she played the Wicked Witch. She then found her first acting opportunity in 1990, becoming the host of the show “Kidsongs” as her television debut, which is known for releasing various songs and songbooks aimed for children. Her next project would come five years later, when she got her first major role in the ninth season of the sitcom “Married… with Children”. The show ran for a total of 11 seasons and follows the lives of Al Bundy and his family as well as its neighbors.

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In 2001, she then found herself as a part of the series “Grounded for Life”, in which she played the role of Lily Finnerty, then in another sitcom that ran as a mid-season replacement. She played the role of one of the children of the characters of Donal Logue and Megyn Price. The show has been known for having popular characters of other shows as cast members, including the casts of “That ‘70s Show”, and “The Kids in the Hall”., and which focuses on the Finnerty family and their daily endeavors. Bartilson also found work as a part of the Nickelodeon show “The X’s”, in which she voiced the character Tuesday X in the animated series which follows a family of spies who must conceal their identity, but often have trouble trying to do so. In the next few years, she would also find guest and recurring roles with other popular television shows, including “Judging Amy”, “7th Heaven”, “NYPD Blue”, “NCIS”, and “That ‘70s Show”, all boosting her net worth.

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In 2002, she also recorded two songs entitled “This Christmas I Will Give My Love to You” and “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree”. The songs were a part of the album “School’s Out Christmas!”

Some of her most recent works include a guest appearance in “Malcom in the Middle” and “Bones”. In 2011, she also made a guest appearance during the second season of the show entitled “Good Luck Charlie”.  Since 2010, she’s also known to appear as a part of the YouTube channel Reckless Tortuga, in the YouTube series entitled “The Online Gamer”.

Is Lynsey Bartilson a Scientologist?

Lynsey has been known to be a member of the Church of Scientology ever since she was a child. She is active in a lot of the church’s organizations, including the Youth for Human Rights International which promotes the writings of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard. She appeared with other prominent scientologists in the first annual “Youth for Human Rights Day International” held in Los Angeles, in which she was the Mistress of Ceremonies, appearing on stage with Scientology official Leisa Goodman. Additionally Bartilson is also known to work with other organizations for charity; she is a choreographer and director for Celebrity Centre’s Kids on Stage for a Better World, working with 40 to 50 children.

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Inactivity Online and In Work

In recent years, she has also made frequent appearances in various video game related media, doing hosting work as a part of high profile video game events including “E3”. She has a Twitter account which mostly promotes her work with Reckless Tortuga, and has also appeared in pictures as a part of several gaming events as seen on Facebook. However, her social media pages stopped updating sometime in 2015, which was also the time that her acting work started to lessen.

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Despite being active in both acting and the video game industry, there have not been any reported romantic relationships from her youth upwards. Many believe that she keeps her relationships strictly private, and has not disclosed any information to the media, nor even been the subject of any rumours.

General Info

Full Name Lynsey Bartilson
Height 1.6 m
Profession Singer, Voice Actor
Nationality American



Movies Bad Roomies, Mrs. Santa Claus, A Rat’s Tale, Joan’s Day Out, Struck, Shattered
TV Shows The X’s, Grounded for Life, Kidsongs, The Online Gamer

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# Fact
1 Working with online video producers “Reckless Tortuga” making humorous skits for the online subculture, [September 2010]
2 Although she plays the daughter, in real life, megyn price, (the mother) is really only 12 years older than her.
3 International Spokesperson for Youth for Human Rights.
4 Directs and choreographs for Kids on Stage for a Better World.




Title Year Status Character
Bad Roomies 2015 Claire
Joan’s Day Out 2013 Short Red Velvet
The CLAN 2013 TV Series Becka
The Online Gamer 2010-2013 TV Series Becka
Extra Butter, Please 2011-2012 TV Series Various
Park It Up 2012 TV Series Officer Jenkins
Good Luck Charlie 2011 TV Series Christine
Psycho Girlfriend 2010-2011 TV Series Laura
Shattered! 2008 Grace
Struck 2008 Short Office Worker
Bones 2007 TV Series Sandy Evans
NCIS 2007 TV Series Ruby Rae
The X’s 2005-2006 TV Series Tuesday
Malcolm in the Middle 2006 TV Series Danielle
Grounded for Life 2001-2005 TV Series Lily Finnerty
United 2005 Video short Lynsey Bartilson
NYPD Blue 2005 TV Series Quinnie Stein
Strong Medicine 2003 TV Series Rina Dobler
Fillmore! 2002 TV Series Malika
Judging Amy 2002 TV Series Samantha Lightstone
Philly 2002 TV Series Cynthia Beck
The Nightmare Room 2001 TV Series Cindy Harris
That ’70s Show 1999-2001 TV Series Lynsey / Tammy Sue
Early Edition 2000 TV Series Nikki Kurasek
Any Day Now 2000 TV Series
Chicken Soup for the Soul 1999 TV Series
The Amanda Show 1999 TV Series
Zoe, Duncan, Jack & Jane 1999 TV Series Gloria Mandelbaum
When I Was a Boy 1998 Short Jac Benson
Party of Five 1998 TV Series Parker Brookes
Suddenly Susan 1998 TV Series Dina
7th Heaven 1997 TV Series Terri
Moloney 1997 TV Series Erin Heeney
A Rat’s Tale 1997 Isabella Noble-Rat (voice)
Mrs. Santa Claus 1996 TV Movie Nora Kilkenny
The Faculty 1996 TV Series Sarah
Married with Children 1995 TV Series Megan
Adventures with Baaco: Animal Quest 1995 TV Series Linsey (1995)
The Good Life 1994 TV Series ‘Barney’ singer
Kidsongs 1990 TV Series Question Time Host


Title Year Status Character
Extra Butter, Please 2012 TV Series co-producer – 18 episodes


Title Year Status Character
Grounded for Life 2001-2004 TV Series performer – 5 episodes
Mrs. Santa Claus 1996 TV Movie performer: “Tavish Toy”, “Almost Young”, “Whistle”


Title Year Status Character
Extra Butter, Please 2012 TV Series 1 episode
Kids on Stage for a Better World: Don’t Pass Me By 2000 Video short


Title Year Status Character
Kids on Stage for a Better World: Don’t Pass Me By 2000 Video short conceived by

Art Department

Title Year Status Character
Kids on Stage for a Better World: Don’t Pass Me By 2000 Video short choreographer


Title Year Status Character
Kidsongs: Let’s Put on a Show 1995 Video short Herself

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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