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. You can next find her in ScreenMediaFilms new mini series, Curvature.
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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I do they don’t


Made for TV Movie

Title: I Do, They Don’t

Directed by: Steven Robman

Written by: Stu Krieger

Starring: Josie Bissett, Rob Estes and Lyndsy Fonseca

Run Time: N/A

Genre(s): Family

Release: 2005

Status: On DVD


Young widow Carrie Lewellyn has a successful cookies business and

four kids: Andrew, Moira, little Nathan and little Daisy. Widower Jim

Barber, a furniture maker, also has four: Andrew B, Jef, Lily and Sandy

(Lyndsy Fonseca) (dating seriously with Rusty), plus a

dog, Java. When the two parents, who had been dating for nearly a

year, decide rather impulsively to get married on a trip to Las Vegas in

a casino’s chapel when challenged on stage, without the kids who find

out reading the news in the National Interrogator, that results in a

chaotically large reconstituted family. The first meeting of all ten is a

picnic on neutral grounds, and a disaster at first sight: Andrew L. –

who has a dog allergy- and Sandy know and hate each-other. The

youngest kids soon decide keeping their parents close still is best- the

only place the happy couple can be alone is with the dog in the

garage. and Moira surprise their parents by kissing each-other. The

possibilities for conflicts are endless, and they can coincide too. Jim

tries to get the kids to mingle by having everyone take a “hooky day”

together, bowling boys-girls, and that’s a start, but can it get easy?

When they don’t fight, the kids try to play the parents against each-

other, which even puts their marriage under pressure, as their

respective professional problems do…