About Me

Hello, I’m pleased that you have taken the time to visit. Acting and writing are my passions in life and that’s what this site is about. My demo reel and other work product are available for viewing and I hope you’ll take the time to do that. As for my mission in life, information on that subject are expressed in several videos on this site and can also be found on the web site of People for Reason in Science and Medicine, a group of which I am proud to be co-director. My contact information is listed so let me hear your thoughts about acting, writing, PRISM and anything else you’d like to share. The words I live by are below.

God gave all men all earth to love
But since our hearts are small
Ordained for each one spot should prove
Beloved over all;
That, as He watched Creation's birth
So, we, in godlike mood,
May of our love create our earth
And see that it is good. - Rudyard Kipling

  • Biography
  • Resume
  • Script List
  • Britt found out she had a passion for acting, singing and writing as early as grade school. While attending junior college in Monterey she was discovered by Clint Eastwood when she was playing the lead in a dinner theatre play in Carmel and was cast in Clint’s first directorial effort PLAY MISTY FOR ME. A few years later Britt, armed with a SAG card from her MISTY debut, headed for L.A. to attend UCLA and to start her acting career. She obtained featured roles in dramatic series and worked her way up to guest starring roles in shows like VEGAS, COLUMBO MOW, CRAZY LIKE A FOX, the mini series HOW THE WEST WAS WON and GENERAL HOSPITAL, DAYS OF OUR LIVES and THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS. She moved to New York where she sang with a gospel group in venues such as LINCOLN CENTER, MADISON SQUARE GARDEN, TOWN HALL and CARNEGIE HALL. Family matters forced her to head back to her home town of Seattle for what she though was a temporary move and there ended up acting in an independent movie FAMILY HAYES. She was also featured in a SHOWTIME movie shot in Seattle, NOWHERESVILLE, played the lead in an Equity play in Seattle, SOMEONE’S KNOCKING, and worked in Vancouver on U.S. Productions; SLIDERS and FOR HOPE. Through the years of performing, she was writing, taking writing classes at UCLA and NYU, having scripts optioned but never bought but visualizing that day when the opening credits would include those magic words "Written by Britt Lind". The SAG short OBSESSION finally made that happen. Her goal is seeing those words heading up a full length feature.

  • Crosswinds A naïve girl reaches maturity and independence in racist Mississippi in the late sixties while married to a student navy pilot.

    Home Run A social worker becomes the reluctant guardian of a six year old boy and involved in solving the murder of the child’s mother.

    Mother's Day Against great odds, a female ex-cop tracks down her husband’s killer while trying to work her way back onto the police force.

    Soulmate An obnoxious actor gets a chance to redeem himself when he puts his life on the line for a friend.

    Szub-level Four A cop from Los Angeles comes to Seattle to track down a vicious killer and uncovers corruption in the CIA, Washington politics and the pharmaceutical industry.

    Wolves A parole officer mentors three rebellious inner city boys in the mountain wilderness of Northern California.

    Eyes of Justice An aspiring musician attempts to avoid flunking his college investigative journalism class by trying to track down a famous female prosecutor who disappeared twenty years ago after being attacked by a serial rapist.

    Killed in the Ratings A soap opera actress seeks the ultimate revenge on a promiscuous television talk show therapist.

    Light in the Forest A despondent woman travels to Lummi Island Washington to commit suicide but an encounter with a mysterious young Indian boy changes her life and gives her a reason to live. (a runner up in the Washington State Film Commission Screenwriting competition.)