Lyndsy Marie Fonseca is an American actress currently starring in the CW smash hit 'Nikita'. She's best known for playing Colleen "CeCe" Carlton on The Young and The Restless, Dylan Mayfair on ABC's Desperate Housewives and Katie Deauxma in the Kick-Ass film franchise.
Nikita (2010-2013) Character: Alex Creator: Craig Silverstien
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Kick-Ass 2 (2013) Character: Katie Deauxma Director: Jeff Wadlow
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Kick-Ass (2010) Character: Katie Deauxma Director: Matthew Vaughn
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Hot Tub Time Machine (2010) Character: Jenny Director: Steve Pink
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The Ward (2010) Character: Iris Director: John Carpenter
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I have known this photo was floating about for weeks (it was originally posted on Twitter during the TCA’s) and am now super excited that a clear version’s out! Hopefully it’ll eventually be out in HQ sometime soon.
RYAN RECRUITS NIKITA FOR A MISSION – Ryan (guest star Noah Bean) intercepts a message about a dangerous cutting edge weapon coming into the U.S. so he asks Nikita (Maggie Q) to help him stop the delivery. Nikita discovers the man bringing the weapon into the country is Voss (guest star Matthew Marsden), a man she was forced to have a relationship with while undercover at Division. She reluctantly resumes her alter ego to retrieve the missile. Meanwhile, Michael (Shane West) interferes in Alex’s (Lyndsy Fonseca) new life with Nathan (guest star Thad Luckinbill). David Solomon directed the episode written by Carlos Coto (#114).
How lucky are we?! Not only did we get to attend the Kick-Ass Women of the CW cocktail reception after the Television Critics Association press tour on Saturday, but we also got to spend some quality one-on-one time with Nikita cutie Lyndsy Fonseca. The former soap star partied it up with fellow CW colleagues, including her costar Maggie Q (whom we spoke to exclusively!), as well as Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley, and Ian Somerhalder from The Vampire Diaries.
We know you’re all dying for more info on Alex’s new digs, so we asked Lynds to dish about her life outside Division’s walls. And boy, did she dish! Read on at your own risk for more behind-the-scenes spoilers straight from Miss Fonseca herself!
By any chance, is she [Melinda] your mother?
[DAMNIT. THIS WAS THE ONE THING I WANTED IT WOULD HAVE SCREWED WITH PEOPLE SO BAAAADLY. That was the one story I was hoping on, I wanted to bank on it you guys...]
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