Natalie Alyn Lind Biography
Natalie Alyn Lind is an American actress known for her appearances as Dana Caldwell in The Golbergs, Silver St. Cloud in Gotham and for her starring role as Lauren Strucker in Fox’s The Gifted.Natalie Alyn Lind photos
Natalie Alyn Lind Age
Natalie Lind was born on June 21, 1999, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She is 19 years old as of 2018.
Natalie Alyn Lind Family
Natalie was born and raised by her parents Barbara Alyn Woods (mother) and John Lind (father) alongside her sisters Emily Alyn Lind and Alyvia Alyn Lind.
Natalie Alyn Lind Boyfriend
Natalie has been in a relationship with actor Aramis Knight from 2015 to 2016. Currently, she is trying to keep her personal life private but she has posted some images with her current boyfriend on Instagram though his identity is not yet known.
Natalie Alyn Lind Height
Natalie is 1.65 m tall.
Natalie Alyn Lind Career
Natalie made her first television appearance on the series One Tree Hill. She has also appeared in a recurring role as Dana Caldwell in the ABC series TH Goldbergs and has had guest roles on other series including, Criminal Minds, iCarly, Wizards of Waverly Place, and Flashpoint.
In 2015, Natalie was cast as Silver St. Cloud in the second season of Gotham, which premiered on September 21, 2015. In March 2017, she was cast in the role of Lauren Strucker, a Mutant in the X-Men-derived Fox TV pilot The Gifted. It was picked up as series in May 2017, and the second season has premiered in January 2019. She is currently starring the second season of The Gifted.
Marvel expands its footprint on the television landscape with this new family adventure series about an ordinary suburban family whose lives change course forever when they discover their children have developed mutant powers. When the threat of a hostile government forces the family to go on the run to protect themselves, they join the ranks of an underground network of mutants. Together, the group fight to survive in a world where fear and misunderstanding put them at constant risk. `X-Men’ alums Bryan Singer, Lauren Shuler Donner, and Simon Kinberg are among the executive producers.
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James Gordon is a rising detective in the dangerously corrupt Gotham City, where his late father was a successful district attorney. Brave, honest and determined to prove himself, Gordon must navigate the dirty politics of Gotham’s justice system as well as the rise of malevolent villains, including The Penguin, The Riddler and Catwoman. The series also chronicles the life of young Bruce Wayne, who becomes an orphan when his billionaire parents Thomas and Martha Wayne are murdered. Gordon becomes a friend to young Bruce as he finds his way toward becoming the iconic caped crusader.
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One Tree Hill
Little Roxy LeBlanc
Grandniece / Pirate
Blood Done Sign My Name
Wizards of Waverly Place
Dear Dumb Diary
Jacob’s Friend #4
Murder in the First
Silver St. Cloud
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Natalie Alyn Lind Interview
ASSIGNMENT X: So were you a DC or Marvel fan before you were cast on THE GIFTED?
NATALIE ALYN LIND: I was really both. When I was on GOTHAM [as Silver St. Cloud], it was such a surprise, but I always loved all the Batman storylines, and I was also such an Iron Man fan from Marvel. So being able to have both roles is kind of unbelievable. It feels like I’m a part of both families, and it’s pretty incredible.
AX: Did somebody give you a picture of what Lauren’s power looks like before you saw it in an episode? I’m not sure how to describe it …
LIND: Bubbles. Honestly, I’m not a hundred percent happy with the way that my powers look. I feel like in my mind, I wanted something that was more one-dimensional. But I think that these are the very early stage of my character’s powers, so as she continues learning how to use them, they’ll start becoming more into one. In the pilot, I said something about being able to lift water and being able to lift objects, so I think that my character is going to be able to develop into more advanced things.
AX: So is she taking moisture out of the air to create the barriers?
LIND: She can take the molecules in the air and create these little cylinders that can pick up things. But he doesn’t know the full extent of her powers yet. All she knows right now is that she can shield things. But I think she’s going to start realizing she’s more powerful than she even knows.
AX: And how is it playing the family dynamic? Lauren has a little brother who’s obviously got a lot of power and a lot of anger issues, and parents who are not powerful – although there are some hints that Reed may develop powers …
LIND: Yeah. I think that in this family, she kind of has to be the rock, because her parents really don’t understand the whole aspect of being a mutant. At the same time, her brother completely understands it, but uses it in an evil way, so I think it’s definitely Lauren having to be the kind of rock who kind of grounds the two sides of the family together to kind of create a middle, but I think that she can’t be the rock a hundred percent of the time, she has to have her own experiences. But yeah, I think she’s definitely a vital character in the family, because she’s the one that keeps everybody together.
AX: Do we know how long Lauren was aware of her powers before coming out about them to her parents?
LIND: Yeah. I think that the idea behind it is, she found out when she was pretty young. So for years, she’s been practicing her powers. But I think that once she goes underground and meets the other mutants, they start teaching her things that she didn’t even know she could do. So I think she had an idea, but not anywhere near the full capacity of it.
I think that Lauren’s biggest idea is to be an X-Man. She looks up to the X-Men, other people like Andy look up to the Hellfire Club, so she definitely wants to fight for the good, she’s definitely for humans and for mutants, so I think she definitely fights for what’s right, not just for one category of human.
AX: How are you finding playing the jail scenes, when Lauren and Andy were locked up and being tortured?
LIND: It was intense. When we’re in those cages, we’re actually locked in there. You have to put yourself in a scenario of, “What would I be feeling right now?” And there were some pretty crazy days. But I love the way that they turned out, so I was very happy with it.
AX: Not asking for Season 2 spoilers, but do you have a favorite episode or favorite scene from Season 1 of THE GIFTED?
LIND: My favorite episode so far has been the pilot, one of my favorite episodes throughout the entire series. I think you really get to know the characters the best in the first episode.
AX: How do you feel about Lauren’s romance with fellow young mutant Wes, played by Danny Ramirez, who can project images in front of people?
LIND: I think that it’s important that she has this new friend that she’s made in the underground society. I think that she had a boyfriend awhile ago who didn’t really understand her, so having somebody who’s close to her, and close in her age group, I think it’s super-important for the storyline and I think it definitely helps my character develop.
AX: Does the cast all gather together and look at how your powers look in the pre-visualizations?
LIND: They don’t really show us anything. When we watch the episodes, we’re watching it for the first time, so it’s definitely a shock for us to see how it works.
AX: Do you have any characters/actors you particularly like scenes with?
LIND: Honestly, my favorite scenes that I’ve done are with Percy. He’s such an amazing actor, and he has such a presence that he brings to set, and in every scene. He’s a very powerful actor, especially for somebody at a young age.
AX: And what would you most like people to know about THE GIFTED?
LIND: That you should watch it on Fox.