Born in the Pacific Northwest, Jon Lindstrom attended the University of Oregon, where he received a Bachelor of Arts in theater and music. Upon graduation, Lindstrom moved to Los Angeles and began studying with some of the most prominent acting teachers, including Lee Strasberg, Stella Adler and Jeff Corey.
His telefilm credits include the Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker saga, Fall From Grace, The Alamo, and Thirteen Days to Glory with Alec Baldwin and the late Raul Julia. Lindstrom was also seen on the successful daytime drama, Santa Barbara, from 1985 to 1986.
Lindstrom's feature film credits include the HBO movie, Introducing Dorothy Dandridge, Point of Seduction with Andrew Stevens and Morgan Fairchild, and Listen to Me with Roy Scheider. A talented musician and drummer, Lindstrom has recorded an album, Feel Free to Do So, with his band, The High Lonesome. He also completed a screenplay with fellow actor Thomas Schanley.
An active athlete, Lindstrom is a skilled scuba diver, an avid skier and an expert in martial arts. Lindstrom also enjoys traveling, having backpacked through much of Europe and the United States. He resides in Southern California.
PLACE OF BIRTH: Medford, Oregon