Lindsay Price is an American actor. Price portrayed Janet Sosna on Beverly Hills, 90210.


Price's early appearances include a 1980s Toys-R-Us television commercial, a 1989 episode of The Wonder Years entitled "Walk Out," and an episode of the game show "I'm Telling!" with her older brother, Bryan, in which they missed only one question and amassed the second highest score in the show's history. She is best remembered by soap opera fans in the role of An Li Chen on the daytime soap All My Children.


She joined the cast of Beverly Hills, 90210 in January 1998 as Janet Sosna, a graphic designer at the Beverly Beat newspaper, working with Brandon Walsh and Steve Sanders. She remained on the show through its finale in May 2000. In 2006, she co-starred on The WB television show Pepper Dennis, opposite Rebecca Romijn, in the role of Kimmy Kim. She appeared in the short-lived American remake of the British series Coupling, in addition to singing the show's theme song, a cover of "Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps." She guest starred in NCIS for two episodes as a neurotic fling of main character, Anthony DiNozzo.

From 2008 to 2009, she starred in the NBC drama Lipstick Jungle as Victory Ford, an up-and-coming fashion designer in New York City. She guest-starred in an episode of the TV series How I Met Your Mother. Price's most recent role was playing Joanna Frankel in the short-lived ABC television series Eastwick. This was her second television series starring opposite Rebecca Romijn.

Private Life

On July 31, 2004, Lindsay married producer Shawn Piller. They divorced in 2007.

On June 8, 2013, she remarried to chef Curtis Stone after a 10-month long engagement. They have two sons: Hudson (born on November 6, 2011) and Emerson (born on September 16, 2014).


  • Is of Korean descent (from her mother, Diane) and of German-Irish descent (from her father, Bill). Her parents were raised together as brother & sister as the Price family adopted an orphaned daughter from Korea & they got married when they were old enough.
  • Has an older brother named Bryan, who was also an actor.
  • Studied at the Pasadena College of Arts and Crafts in Pasadena, California.