Her nickname is Lola.
Lindsey is part of the Last Chance for Africa, Mentors for Youth and
Starlight Starbright Children's Foundation.
Her manager was Pat Cutler.
In order to shoot Aliens in America, Lindsey traveled to Canada, to play her role as Claire Tolchuck.
In her spare time, Lindsey likes rooting for the University of Nebraska's Cornhuskers.
Lindsey Shaw likes many sports including volleyball, softball, swimming, tennis, karate, roller skating and badminton.
Lindsey Shaw did a radio spot for the U.S Open when she was 12.
Lindsey Shaw's parents are a bookkeeper-accountant and a personal trainer.
Lindsey's acting teacher was Jeremiah Comey.
Lindsey attended St. Peter's School and St. Francis Xavier School for Middle School, then Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks for her freshman year and was homsechooled after that.
Her mother's name is Barb Shaw.
Lindsey appeared in Nicklebacks' video for the single "Rockstar".
Lindsey was dating her Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide co-star, Devon Werkheiser, but they broke up. They were silent about the whole reason as to why the two split.
Lindsey's favorite holiday is Independence Day. Her favorite author is John Grisham. Her favorite school subject is English. Her favorite movies are A Few Good Men and The Pelican Brief. Her favorite actors are Julia Roberts, Edward Norton, and Tom Hanks. Her favorite candy is the Jolly Rancher. Her favorite musicians/bands are Jack Johnson, Maroon 5, Linkin Park and The Black Eyed Peas. Her favorite TV shows are One Tree Hill and Charmed.
She is 5'7" (1.70 m).
By the time Lindsey hit grade school she'd grabbed the attention of a local talent agency and was soon scoring roles in radio and TV commercials and print ads.
Before Lindsey starred on Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide, she was already a performer in daycare.
Lindsey Shaw: I am involved in Greenpeace. And I just recently completely switched my diet over to near-veganism. So you try to do little things that you can. I recycle every single day. Every single thing in my house that can be recycled is. My boyfriend, he recycles everything now fanatically like I do, and yes, it's just the little things. It's the little things you can affect. So I try my best, but there's so much to be done.
Lindsey Shaw:(On her fans growing up with her) You know, it's been amazing that you don't have an idea of the number of fans that will come up to me or write me letters or stop me and ask me like, "Oh my gosh. You're on the new show, 10 Things I Hate About You, but I also love you from Ned's Declassified." So many of them came up and followed me, and it's incredible to be able to work on one project and then this next one, and have them be able to come up and watch it.
Lindsey Shaw:(On working with Ethan Peck)Ethan is not at all intimidating, that is the wrong word. He is just completely honest and amazing. He's really just the most honest person ever. You look at him and you can't get away with anything. So intimidating is not the word. Just honest.
Lindsey Shaw: I just wanna give a big shout out to all the fans out there who have followed my work up until now. You guys are amazing!! Hearing from fans is the best feeling in the world.
Lindsey Shaw: (about Aliens in America) I had just finished Ned's Defied School Survival Guide and I got this audition. I went in and treated it like any other audition. I read more about the project and saw who was going to be involved. Then, I got really, really excited about it. I really wanted to do it. I think the writing is absolutely unbelievable and the cast is amazing. I consider it a blessing to even be seen for the project and considered for it. I was fortunate enough to get it so it was great!
Lindsey Shaw: Everywhere you look, there is a charity or a project in school to get involved in. In eighth grade, there was this program called CJSF, California Junior Scholarship Foundation. We were involved in soup kitchens and toy drives, and your school can set up something like that. If your school doesn't have [a program] like that, set one up. Get a brochure on a soup kitchen and go there with a bunch of kids or do it as community service hours. Have a clothing drive, a food drive, a fundraiser, or a bake sale, and contribute the money to Salvation Army or your favorite charity.
Lindsey Shaw: I used to be and I still am into psychology. I would like to be able to pursue something like that, but I don't know. The older I've gotten, the more endearing this business has become and I can't really imagine leaving it. I have been thinking about joining the Peace Corps. That is something that I would absolutely love to do. I think that would be an incredible experience, so that's an avenue that I might want to look at.
Lindsey Shaw: (on if she likes being home schooled) I really don't, especially since I've kept in touch with some of my high school friends. I hear about all the fun things that are happening, like inside jokes in class, and I really miss that. I wouldn't want to give up what I'm doing now to go back to high school, but there is a part of me that misses being in high school every day, being with my friends and interacting with them every day. Plus, I think homeschool is hard, because you're not on a schedule.
Lindsey Shaw: My biggest problem in middle school was catty girls, cliques, and trying to figure out if I wanted to be a part of one of those, just figuring out who I was and all that.
Lindsey Shaw: (On Ned's Defied School Survival Guide) The series was an absolute blast and I was sad to see it end.
Lindsey Shaw: Devon, Daniel Curtis and I hang out so much and we have get-togethers every Saturday. Everybody is at everybody's birthday party and we're just a very tight-knit cast. I would seriously not have it any other way. I love how close we are.