Official Website: LyndsyFonseca

Welcome to the Official Website for 'The Young and the Restless' and 'Nikita star, Lyndsy Fonseca.

You can catch up with Lyndsy's most recent TV performance on Marvel's Agent Carter as Angie Martinelli in Season 1. She recently starred as Natalie in the comedy film The Escort and you can see next see Lyndsy as Danielle in the award winning film, Moments of Clarity.
We all know that Lyndsy's got a heart of gold and currently she's working alongside the Trusteeship Institute on Crowdrise to raise money for the Haiti Orphanage Sponsorship Trust. The aim is to give them a hand up, not a hand out.

Any amount helps tremendously and if you would like to donate to Lyndsy's team you can head to her Team page HERE. For a limited time, Lyndsy is also offering to personally email each person who donates to the crowdrise, so donate today!

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Fort McCoy

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Title: Fort Mccoy

Directors: Kate Connor, Michael Worth

Writen by: Kate Connor

Starring: Eric Stoltz, Kate Connor and Lyndsy Fonseca

Run Time: 100mins

Genre(s): Drama

Release 2010

Status Post-Production, Special Screenings

Synopsis

In the summer of 1944, Frank Stirn moves with his family to become a

barber for the American Army and POW camp at Fort McCoy.

Embittered that he cannot fight, Frank must take a stand when a Nazi

SS Officer threatens his family. Frank’s young sister-in-law falls for a

Jewish soldier haunted by the battle of Monte Cassino. Can their love

overcome the obstacles to Jewish boys and Catholic girls in 1944?

Frank’s daughter Gertie befriends a German prisoner boy during this

magical summer, but war still finds its victims even thousands of miles

from the battlefields.

About The Film

Fort McCoy was shot in Fort McCoy, La Crosse, and other locations in

Wisconsin in August and September of 2008 (credit baywood:source). It is described as “a

coming-of-age story, a romance and the journey of one man

struggling to find his worth in a war that does not want him.

The film premiered at the Oldenburg International Film Festival in

September 2010 and won the Best Feature Film prize at the Hollywood

Film Festival in October.