There we go, Lyndsy’s friend and famed photographer (we know we love him) Tyler Shields has confirmed Lyndsy’s twitter account!
@tylershields Lets welcome and follow the amazing @LyndsyMFonseca http://bit.ly/cPedqi
I know that a bunch of you had been looking for a Lyndsy forum and I’ve started looking into it but before I make a full blown forum I wanted to know how many people were interested in the idea and would be posting on a regular basis?
If you could just let me know down below I can get started on it
NIKITA EXPOSES A U.S. SENATOR’S SEX SCANDAL — Division sends Thom (Ashton Holmes) to eliminate Anna (guest star Rayisa Kondracki, “The Bridge”), a woman who was having a secret affair with a U.S. Senator (guest star Spencer Garrett, “Leverage”). Division agrees to cover up any trace of the affair as long as the Senator agrees to help pass a bill that will continue to fund the agency. Nikita (Maggie Q), with Alex’s (Lyndsy Fonseca) help, attempts to reach out to Anna’s parents, but the conversation doesn’t go as she expected. Shane West, Xander Berkeley, Melinda Clarke, Aaron Stanford and Tiffany Hines also star. David Barrett directed the episode written by James Barnes (K108).
SINCE “NIKITA,” the CW’s killer reboot, premiered last month, all eyes have been on its fierce and gorgeous leading lady, Maggie Q.
But the show’s other butt-kicking female is also seizing America’s attention. She’s Lyndsy Fonseca, a 23-year-old Oakland native, who lived in Alameda and Moraga before launching her acting career at the tender age of 13 on the soap opera “The Young and the Restless.”
Fonseca plays Alex, a troubled teen with a violent history who has been recruited by a shadowy government agency called Division. The agency is training Alex for lethal missions, but, unbeknown to its leaders, Alex is secretly serving as the eyes and ears for Nikita, a former Division operative who has vowed to destroy it.
Fonseca, who caught the showbiz bug while strutting her stuff with the West Coast Dance Theatre in Alameda, boasts a number of television credits, including recurring stints on “Desperate Housewives,” “Big Love” and “How I Met Your Mother” (as Ted Mosby’s daughter). She also has a burgeoning film career with appearances in “Hot Tub Time Machine” and “Kick Ass,” and recently wrapped production on John Carpenter’s latest thriller, “The Ward.”
Fonseca attended St. Joseph Elementary School in Alameda and Joaquin Moraga Intermediate in Moraga before relocating with her mom and younger sister to Southern California. She still occasionally gets back to the Bay Area to visit her father in San Leandro. During a recent break from shooting “Nikita” in Toronto, the actress fielded some questions via phone:
SUICIDE BOMBINGS — Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) informs Nikita (Maggie Q) that one of the recruits has been activated to carry out a suicide mission. Nikita intercepts the recruit just as Michael (Shane West) arrives, and the two sides exchange gunfire. Meanwhile, back inside the walls of Division, another recruit decides to attack several guards, creating mass chaos. Xander Berkeley, Aaron Stanford, Melinda Clarke, Ashton Holmes and Tiffany Hines also star. Eagle Egilsson directed the episode written by Amanda Segel (#107).