RJ Lindsey
BIOGRAPHY
Winston Churchill's Underground War
Cabinet Rooms, London
American history comes to life in the capable hands of
historical dramatist R.J. Lindsey.  Through extensive
research, a meticulous attention to detail and the use of
only documented speeches, letters and anecdotes, a vivid
living portrait emerges.

Thirty-five years of experience as a, researcher, writer and
actor have contributed to the success of the living history
programs which have been seen from Jerusalem to
London to the Democratic National Convention.  

Due to Lindsey’s experience, organizations now
commission him to create historical figures:  Evanston
Historical Society for Vice-president Charles Dawes;
Rockford Midway Museum for Dr. James Breasted; Rotary
One Chicago for founder Paul Harris.  

Specially written Franklin Roosevelt programs have
appeared at the National Museum of American History in
Washington, DC.  At the “Christmas in the White House”
special exhibit at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library
Museum in Springfield, Lindsey’s voice as FDR was heard
reading “A Christmas Carol.”

Lindsey also draws upon a rich family history as a
descendant of ancestors who served in the Virginia militia
during the Revolution in 1776, settled the Great Plains by
covered wagon and lived in a sod house, and joined the
Kansas Volunteers during the Civil War.

As a theatrical professional Lindsey has appeared on
stage and television.  His television credits include: She
Stood Alone, Fatal Judgment, Will.

Stage roles include:  Elwood in Harvey, Escalus in
Measure for Measure, Shrike in Miss Lonelyhearts, Murray
in A Thousand Clowns, Frederick in Noises Off and Rev.
Parris in The Crucible.

Lindsey earned a Masters degree from Illinois State
University and is a member of Actor’s Equity, the Screen
Actor’s Guild, and the American Federation of Television
and Radio Artists.