Married to Husband information of Lindsay Ellis Wedding
Lindsay Ellis Wedding is to be married to Nick.
Lindsay and her husband tied the knot in 2018. Lindsay went on a two-week honeymoon in Japan one year later, in 2019.
Lindsay Ellis’ Bio: Age & Parents
Lindsay Ellis was born in Johnson City (Tennessee) under the name Lindsay Carole Ellis. She was adopted by James Caroll Ellis, and Sue Ellis, on 24 November 1984.
James, her father, was a Cloudland High School graduate (1961). He also completed his bachelor’s in Music Education at ETSU and a master’s in education. He was a US Navy Veteran, a contractor and a musician. Although he played many musical instruments, his greatest accomplishment was as a pianist. Due to complications of Parkinson’s Disease, he died on 23 October 2015.
Lindsay’s mother Sue is a Science Hill school counselor.
Lindsay received her Bachelor of Arts in Cinema Studies degree from New York University in 2007. She also received her Master of Arts in Cinematography and Film/Video Production degree from the University of Southern California.
Lindsay Ellis Wedding stands at 5 feet 2 inches (1.52 m) in height
Online Career information of Lindsay Ellis Wedding
Lindsay Ellis Wedding, a teenager, was on a field trip to New York City when she discovered the original Broadway cast recording of The Phantom of the Opera in the Virgin Megastore. She listened to the entire album and searched for Phantom. She eventually began writing fanfiction.net stories inspired by Phantom. This was the beginning of her writing career.
In 2008, she started working at Channel Awesome’s The Nostalgia Chick. This web-video series is based on The Nostalgia Critic. She created hundreds of movie-critic videos up until the end 2014.
These are some interesting facts
Lindsay Ellis Wedding is close friends with Antonella Inserra, a fellow writer, and Doug Walker, a fellow writer. They appear in each other’s videos often. She was previously in a relationship with Todd Nathanson, a fellow reviewer. They are still friends today. She announced via Twitter in September 2019 that her first book, Axiom’s End, would be published in the summer 2020.