Film, TV, and theatre actress and performance artist Lindsay Goranson was born and raised in Wyoming, the first of two children to a special-needs teacher and construction business owner she began acting in early childhood with neighborhood skits and taped radio shows. Growing up she was involved in the National Forensics League, qualifying to represent her state nationally in dama. From childhood she worked professionally in community theatre before leaving Wyoming to study acting at UNC in Greeley, CO and MSU in Denver, CO where she became a co-founder of award-winning Vintage Theatre Productions.
In the early 2000s, Lindsay moved to NYC to pursue a full-time career in acting, qualifying for Actors Equity and SAG-AFTRA. She performed with establishments of note including The Dramatists Guild, The Theatre for the New City, Primary Stages, FringeNYC, The Flea, Emerging Artists, and Ensemble Studio Theatre. While in New York she founded The New York Salon and participated in developing new and experimental pieces including work that went on to Broadway, Off-Broadway and Tribeca Film Festival. She is also an Original Founder and Captain of the Gotham Girls Roller Derby Jeerleaders' Backseat Betties.
She has worked in principal and starring roles in feature films, most of which have had a successful festival runs and limited national and international releases. She currently resides in Nashville, TN, where she founded N&XT, a community of artists focused on developing new and experimental work for stage and screen. She continues to travel and work as an actor worldwide.