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Haun recently co-starred with Nate Parker playing the title role in the modernization of Shakespear's tragic love story Romeo and Juliette, Rome and Jewel, and portrayed Toby Keith's estranged 16-year-old daughter in the musical drama Broken Bridges (both in 2006).

The 5' 2" tall actress will star in the upcoming suspense/horror thriller movie, Shrooms. She recently signed by country music artist Toby Keith to his record label, Show Dog Nashville.

Baxley's aci-fi/thriller movie Deep Red (1994), Lindsey went to play the menacing Mara, the leader of "the children" in John Carpenter's remake of the 1960 sci-fi/horror film, Village of the Damned (1995; starring Christopher Reeve, Kirstie Alley and Mark Hamill).

The next years, she mostly worked on TV, guest starring in "3rd Rock from the Sun," "Star Trek: Voyager" (3 episodes, 1995-1997) and "The Tom Show" (2 episodes, 1997-1998).

She also could be seen in the TV movies Children of the Dark and Jack Reed: A Search for Justice (both in 1994).

After her big screen debut as a young girl accidentally infected with an alien substance in Craig R.

Background: "I don't take myself too seriously." Lindsey Haun.

Starting acting at age three in a Little Caesars commercial, Lindsey Haun, daughter of Jimmy Haun, the guitarist for pop group Air Supply, later starred in John Carpenter's remake of the 1960 sci-fi/horror film, Village of the Damned (1995; alongside Christopher Reeve and Kirstie Alley), and in the Emmy winning Disney Channel original movie, The Color of Friendship (2000).

At age seven, she was spotted as a guest in an April 1991 episode of ABC sitcom "Anything But Love" and went to play the title roles (played by Mariel Hemingway) daughter in the TV-movie Desperate Rescue: The Cathy Mahone Story (1993).She followed it up with guest appearances on CBS mystery/drama "Diagnosis: Murder" and Fox hit soap opera "Melrose Place," in which she portrayed the younger version of Courtney Thorne-Smith's Alison.

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