Lindsay Ellis is an American film critic, author, writer, and producer known for TV series like The Whole Plate (2017-2018), Vampire Reviews (2011-2019), and Lindsay Ellis’ Essay Collection (2016-2019), The Nostalgia Chick (2008 to 2014), Needs More Gay (2008), Loose Cannon (2014-2016), and The Whole Plate (2017-2018).
Lindsay Ellis’ Bio: Age & Parents
Lindsay Ellis was born in Johnson City, Tennessee, with the birthname Lindsay Carole Ellis to James Caroll Ellis and Sue Ellis on 24th November 1984.
Her father, James, was a graduate of Cloudland High School (1961) and completed his bachelor’s degree in Music Education and a master's degree in education at ETSU. He was a US Navy veteran, a contractor, and a musician. He played multiple musical instruments and was best known as a pianist. He passed away on 23rd October 2015 at the age of 71 due to complications from Parkinson’s Disease.
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Whereas, Lindsay’s mother, Sue, is a school counselor at Science Hill.
As of her education, Lindsay graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Cinema Studies from New York University in 2007 and received her Master of Arts degree from the University of Southern California in Cinematography and Film/Video Production in 2011.
Lindsay Ellis stands at the height of 5 feet and 2 inches (1.52 meters).
Married To Husband
Lindsay Ellis is married to her husband, Nick.
Lindsay Ellis' husband, Nick on a photo shared by her on 2nd October 2019 (Lindsay Ellis' Instagram)
Lindsay tied the wedding knot with her husband in 2018 and went for a two-week honeymoon to Japan only a year later (in 2019) after their wedding).
As a teenager, Lindsay Ellis was on a field trip to New York City, where she found the original Broadway cast recording of The Phantom of the Opera at the Virgin Megastore. She listened to the whole album and also searched for more Phantom. Eventually, she ended up writing Phantom-inspired stories for fanfiction.net. That was when her writing career began.
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Then in the upcoming years, she spent much time online, watching Lord of the Rings to Harry Potter.
Then in 2008, she began to work at Channel Awesome’s The Nostalgia Chick, a web-video series based on the popular digital show, The Nostalgia Critic, where she created hundreds of movie-critic videos until late 2014.
After that, Lindsay began to focus more on long-form video essays; most of them were about Walt Disney Films’ films.
Lindsay Ellis is good friends with fellow writers, Antonella Inserra and Doug Walker, and appear in each others’ videos time and again.
Previously, she was in a relationship with Todd Nathanson, fellow reviewer, and are friends even today.
In September 2019, she announced through her twitter that her first book, Axiom’s End is going to be released in the summer of 2020.
She has also released several podcasts talking about various movies and TV shows.