Britt Lind was born in Norway and grew up in Seattle. She's worked as an actress since being cast in PLAY MISTY FOR ME while living and going to school in Monterey, California. She moved to Los Angeles to continue her acting career where she worked mainly in episodic television and soap operas. Britt was cast in roles in shows like VEGAS, COLUMBO, CRAZY LIKE A FOX, HOW THE WEST WAS WON and appeared in GENERAL HOSPITAL, DAYS OF OUR LIVES and THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS. She married a successful producer and gave birth to a beautiful daughter Erika. Shortly after the birth of her daughter, Britt's environmental activism began in the early 1980's when she read an article about Paul Watson and The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society and convinced her husband that he should have Paul fly down to Los Angeles and make a television movie dramatizing Paul's incredible story. Paul flew down, the TV movie didn't happen but Paul made other connections in Hollywood which helped raise large donations for the Sea Shepherd Society. Britt was an active member of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society when she attended a screening of Javier Burgos' HIDDEN CRIMES. The documentary had a tremendous impact on her and she realized that animal experimentation was something she could not ignore. After researching the topic of vivisection on her own, she decided to focus her activism in that area. During this time of global warming, over-population, drug disasters and sky-rocketing diseases, Britt believes that people are more open than they ever have been to hearing the facts about the petrochemical/pharmaceutical industry and that PRISM encompasses all the various movements working toward reversing destructive, unhealthy trends regarding the planet and every form of life it sustains. She discusses her books Learning How to Fly, & Deception - Hollywood Mystery, & her new film with Rich.