Her mother is Laurie Bartilson, former partner of Kendrick Moxon.
Her mother is her manager.
Lynsey directs and choreographs for Kids on Stage for a Better World.
She also is a singer.
Her religion is Scientology.
She was in every episode of Grounded for Life.
She has red hair.
She won a Dramalogue Award for her performance as Young Maxine in Situation Tragedy.
Even though on Grounded For Life she plays the daughter, Megyn Price who plays the mother is only twelve years older than her.
Lynsey's inspirations are Lucille Ball and Lisa Kudrow.
Lynsey doesn't whistle in her dressing room because she heard that it was bad luck.
As of 2006, Lynsey is engaged to a film editor and director.
Lynsey has a dog named Cash.
Lynsey is the International Spokesperson of Youth for Human Rights.
Lynsey is the director and lead choreographer or Kids On Stage For a Better World.
Lynsey is a founding member of Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre's Kids On Stage For A Better World.
Lynsey also spent a season dancing hip-hop for the Los Angeles Sparks professional basketball team as one of the Sparkkids.
On stage Lynsey has starred in LA theater productions of West Side Story, Paper Moon, and Philadelphia Story.
Lynsey has continued dancing, singing and acting in many musical theater productions.
Lynsey was chosen from 500 other girls to play in Mrs. Santa Claus.
She has danced professionally in The Nutcracker twice.
She starred in Annie, Ramona Quimby, and Amelia Bedelia all in musical theater.
Lynsey worked in musical theater.
By the time she was six she was taking tap, ballet and jazz dance as well as gymnastics at L.A.s Pashkova Dance Studios.
Lynsey discovered her love of performing through dancing.
Lynsey began begging her parents for dance classes when she was two, but they held out until she was four.
She moved to Southern California when she was four years old
A dancer from a very young age, Lynsey won her first talent competition at the age of seven, in solo dance.
Lynsey began acting professionally at the age of 9
Directs and choreographs for Kids on Stage for a Better World.
International Spokesperson for Youth for Human Rights.
Lynsey Bartilson: Right now I'm working to spearhead a conference with officials and industry people because I think Hollywood needs to take an important role in handling this situation. As an entertainer, that's one way I can help. It's important that awareness be raised in the United States. We want to blow it open so that the media will focus on this issue more than they have.
Lynsey Bartilson:(On what sparked her interest in human trafficking) I'm the youth advisor on the board of directors of the Institute on Religion and Public Policy and when I was asked to join that board I was very curious: "Where on the planet are the largest violations of human rights against women and children?" Sexual trafficking was brought up - a huge, huge issue that is virtually buried. Media doesn't cover it much. It's the modern-day slave trade. I was shocked that more about it wasn't being exposed so I made it my mission to help do so.
Lynsey Bartilson: (On Scientology) When I did my first service at the Church it was then called the Children's Communication Course. I was not sure what it would be like. After the first day I came home happier than I'd ever been. It wasn't like a book telling me what I should do. It was people helping me find a way to improve MY life, the way I wanted it to go. I will never forget that day! Wow, it blew me away!