Lindy Jamil Gomez is a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, where she studied at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting. Along with Laura Kindred she co-wrote and co-produced the independent television pilot OUT OF COMMISSION directed by The Brothers Rye, which was screened in NYC and was a Page Award semifinalist. In New York, Lindy has performed with such theatre companies as Partial Comfort Productions, Mai-Yi, La MaMa, and was president of Jim Simpson's BAT theatre company at the Flea Theatre. She was a proud member of the UCBLA Maude team, The Space Program, which was part of the 2011 Chicago Sketch Festival. In 2012, her HAPPY ENDINGS spec was named a finalist in the UCLA Extension screenplay competition. Other UCB credits include: WORST LAID PLANS, AUDITION, CDR SKETCH, and her woman show WILL THAT BE ALL? directed by Suzi Barrett. She can also be seen in episodes of THE GAME on the CW, the NBC pilot THE MASON TWINS, and various digital shorts in which she has written and performed for UCB and Funny or Die Productions that have been featured in the LA Times and MTV.com. Recently, she sold an original TV show to ABC with Ed Helmâ€™s production company, Pacific Electric and Universal TV. She stands just under five feet one inch and might be the only Mexican/Lebanese girl to hail from Littleton, Colorado.