Lindsey Morgan is an American television and film actress. She is best known for her roles as Kristina Davis on the ABC soap opera "General Hospital" and as Raven Reyes on The CW's "The 100."
Georgia born, but a true Texas girl at heart, Lindsey Marie Morgan grew up in Houston and took a shine to acting at a very young age. Her inspiration to be an actress started internally, as she grew up loving to draw as well as play pretend. Upon seeing the play Big (prior to seeing the movie) at the Alley Theater at age 7, she decided that if people could make a living playing pretend onstage, then so could she.
Sure enough, after briefly attending college, Lindsey decided it was time to move out West to pursue her dreams of being a Hollywood actress. With no back-up plan in place, as performing was an all-consuming passion, she managed to make a name for herself very quickly, landing the role of bratty cheerleader Alexis Spencer in the film "Detention" shortly after moving to Los Angeles in 2011. The very same year, she landed guest spots on the television series "B-Sides" and "Supah Ninjas," the TV movie "A Thin Line," and another film titled "DisCONNECTED." Not bad for a girl just starting out in the big leagues.
By 2014, Lindsey had really established herself as a Hollywood actress, not only landing guest roles on such popular comedy series as "How I Met Your Mother," "Happy Endings," and "Franklin & Bash," but also playing a regular role on ABC's "General Hospital" for two years. The latter even won her a nomination for "Outstanding Younger Actress" at the Daytime Emmy Awards. Since then, her career has only continued to flourish, as she went on to be one of the lead roles on The CW series "The 100."