Lindsay Jaylyn Price Stone is an American actress and singer best known for her roles as Janet Sosna in the TV program “Beverly Hills, 90210” and Victory Ford in “Lipstick Jungle.” She’s also been on ‘All My Children’ and ‘The Bold and the Beautiful,’ among other shows. Price, a California native, began her acting career when she was just five years old, in a Toys “R” Us television commercial. In a 1984 episode of ‘Finder of Lost Loves,’ she made her television debut. She won her breakout role as An Li Chen Bodine in ‘All My Children’ after a succession of cameo appearances on numerous TV shows for the majority of her childhood. Price is best recognized for her work on television, although she has also starred in a number of films. Her first film, the science fiction comedy ‘Purple People Eater,’ was released in 1988, and she has subsequently appeared in films such as ‘Angus,’ ‘Waterborne,’ and ‘Lonely Street.’ ‘Someone Like Me,’ a five-song extended play, was released in 2007.
Career of Lindsay Price
Lindsay Price began her career in the entertainment world when she was just five years old. Her first gig was in a Toys “R” Us commercial, when she co-starred with fellow child actor Jaleel White. In 1984, she made her television debut in the second episode of the ABC drama series ‘Finder of Lost Loves.’ She had minor appearances in television shows such as ‘Airwolf,’ ‘Newhart,’ ‘The Wonder Years,’ ‘Life Goes On,’ and ‘Parker Lewis Can’t Lose,’ before landing a role in the ABC serial opera ‘All My Children.’ In numerous episodes between 1991 and 1993, she played An Li Chen Bodine, a Chinese immigrant who marries Brian Bodine to obtain a green card but eventually falls in love with him. Irene Ng, in addition to Price, played the role (1991).
Between 1998 to 2000, she starred as Janet Sosna on Fox’s teen drama series ‘Beverly Hills, 90210,’ where she was presented as a possible love interest for Steve Sanders (Ian Ziering). Their romance evolves over the course of the remaining three seasons of the show, and they eventually marry.
In 1995, she was cast as Michael Lai in the CBS serial opera ‘The Bold and the Beautiful,’ and she appeared in 59 episodes before leaving the program in 1997. She played fashion designer Victory Ford in the NBC comedy-drama series ‘Lipstick Jungle’ (2008-09). Kimmy Kim in ‘Pepper Dennis’ (2006), Joanna Frankel in ‘Eastwick’ (2009-10), and Leilani in ‘Hawaii Five-0’ are among her other notable television performances (2013). Price is presently starring in the ABC comedy series ‘Splitting Up Together,’ where she plays Camille (2018-present).
She appeared with Charlie Talbert, George C. Scott, and Kathy Bates in Patrick Read Johnson’s comedy-drama ‘Angus’ after making her big screen debut in ‘Purple People Eater,’ a 1988 film based on Sheb Wooley’s 1958 novelty song of the same name (1995). She portrayed Cleveland in the 1998 comedy film “Hundred Percent.” In the 1999 romantic comedy ‘The Big Split,’ Price played a friend of Tracy (Judy Greer), the female protagonist. She made her acting debut in the low-budget action thriller ‘No Turning Back’ in 2001. In the 2004 slasher comedy picture ‘Club Dread,’ she plays Yu, a Japanese-American waitress who works at Pleasure Island. In the critically acclaimed indie film ‘Waterborne,’ she appeared alongside Christopher Masterson, Jon Gries, Christopher Berry, Ajay Naidu, Jake Muxworthy, Shabana Azmi, and Mageina Tovah. Her most recent film performance was in ‘Lonely Street,’ a comedy mystery thriller (2009).
Personal & Family Life
Lindsay Price was born on December 6, 1976, in Arcadia, California, to William and Haeja Diane Price. Her father is of German and Irish descent, and her mother is Korean by birth. Bryan, her older brother, is her only sibling.
After William’s parents adopted Haeja from Korea after the Korean War ended, her parents grew up together in the Price household. Her biological father perished during the war, and her biological mother abandoned her and her brother to create a new family with someone else. Lindsay attended the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, for her education.
Price has had two marriages. Shawn Piller, a screenwriter, principal, and executive producer of Piller/Segan, an independent entertainment company, was her first husband. On July 31, 2004, they exchanged wedding vows and divorced in 2007.
She started dating Australian celebrity chef Curtis Stone sometime in late 2009. On November 6, 2011, Price gave birth to their oldest child, a son called Hudson. In July of 2012, the pair announced their engagement. They married on June 8, 2013, in a ceremony that took place in Spain. On September 16, 2014, they welcomed their youngest son, Emerson Spencer, into the world.