LINDSEY HAUN is carving a name for herself on both sides of the acting and musical divide, hypnotizing us with her cavalcade of talents. Certainly she did so in the trippy thriller “Shrooms” which thrived on LINDSEY’s underrated yet compelling performance that ran the gamut of psychological terror, warning us never to go on an acid trip by way of Magic Mushrooms! Naivety, vulnerability, intoxication and finally lunacy, each facet of her character contrived exceptionally by LINDSEY kept me gripped until the shock ending. You may remember her as Mara, malevolent leader of the iconic group of evil platinum blonde-haired children from “The Village Of The Damned”, sparking off her forays into the underbelly of darkness on both TV and Film. She admits to having an affinity for mysteries as well as murder, culminating in her juicy stint on “True Blood” as Hadley Hale, cousin of Sookie Stackhouse. From getting a violent love bite from Eric to being on intimate terms as the lover of Evan Rachel Wood’s Vamp Queen Sophie-Anne, she became the envy of fang bangers everywhere. That scene of her in the sheer black lingerie (at the ’1:21′ mark) from her reel (above) is rather steamy and commands repeated viewings…;)
Our passion for this comely blonde are set to climb several notches higher when her movies “The Life Zone” and “House Of Last Things” are released. As we’ve seen before, LINDSEY excels when it comes to subject matters that absorbingly confound. The daughter of Air Supply guitarist Jimmy Haun, LINDSEY is currently charting her own path to success with her group Haun Solo Project….does she and her bandmates make them 3D glasses cool or what! Also that powerful, layered voice of hers adding soulfulness to the experimental rock styling of her band, a true aural and visual enchantment…:) Not only is LINDSEY great friends with fellow starlet Amanda Fuller (both of whom I have huge crushes on), it’s awesome that they are ever so kind to let me connect with them on the inter-webs. Even Han Solo would be proud at the lightspeed with which Miss Haun is catching the eye.