In 1991 Lindsay returned to Broadway in a revival of Harold Pinter's play 'The Homecoming.'
In 1984 Lindsay received a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination for her role in 'Places in the Heart.'
Lindsay was a member of the Circle Repertory Company from 1979 until 1982.
In 1976 she made her screen acting debut in 'All the President's Men.'
In 1976 she made her TV-movie debut in 'Eleanor and Franklin.'
In 1972, Lindsay made her first Broadway appearance in the New York Shakespeare Festival revival of 'Much Ado About Nothing.'
Lindsay received a Theatre World Award in 1992.
Lindsay was named after Howard Lindsay who was her father's longtime writing partner.
Lindsay's father was Russel Crouse, author of Life with Father (1947) and State of the Union (1948).
Lindsay's two daughters are named Willa and Zosia.
Lindsay graduated from Radcliffe College Cambridge in Massachusetts in 1970.
Lindsay was also listed as one of twelve 'Promising New Actors of 1977' in John Willis' Screen World, Vol. 29.
Lindsay was listed as one of twelve 'Promising New Actors of 1984' in John Willis' Screen World, Vol. 36.
Previous professions of Lindsay's include: pianist, dancer and flutist.