Bethany Anne Lind is best know for her roles in “Flight" after a memorable scene with Denzel Washington, as Brian Geraghty’s Jesus-praising wife; and “Mean Girls 2" as the nerdy school reporter-turned head mean girl. She has also received very high critical acclaim on stages from coast to coast, especially in world premiere plays.
Lind spent most of her growing up years in North Carolina with her 4 younger siblings and earned a degree in Theatre from Campbell University.
Her wide range of theatre credits include work with La Jolla Playhouse, Arena Stage, Alliance Theatre, Signature Theatre, Kenny Leon's True Colors Theatre and others. She has worked with nationally acclaimed artists, including Tony winners Phylicia Rashad, Kenny Leon and Judith Ivey, Pulitzer Prize winner Quiara Alegria Hudes, and Tony nominees Christopher Ashley, and David Esbjornson. Lind has also become known for creating roles in numerous world premieres such as Leigh in "Really Really" at Signature Theatre, Joanna in the stage adaptation of "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner" at True Colors Theatre, Dora in "The Storytelling Ability of a Boy" at Florida Stage, and both at Alliance Theatre: Olivia in "26 Miles" and Margo in "Carapace."
Most recently she completed filming the romantic lead in the indie feature “Crackerjack" produced by Jeff Foxworthy, appeared on "The Walking Dead" and will be recurring in season 3 of AMC's Turn. Lind also finished a highly acclaimed run of “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner" at Arena Stage opposite Malcolm-Jamal Warner.
When not performing or filming or traveling the world, Bethany splits her time between New York and Atlanta. She recently became a mother and is loving that role more than anything.