Lindsay Shookus is known as an American television producer. She is most famous for her seven Emmy Award nominations. She won once for her work on the popular sketch program, Saturday Night Live.
Lindsay Anne Shookus was born on June 18, 1980 in Williamsville, New York. Shookus' dad, Robert, was a hardware and housewares entrepreneur while her mom, Christine worked as a sales representative. She was brought up in her home town of Williamsville and went to Williamsville South High School. She studied reporting at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill from 1998 to 2002.
After graduating from college in 2002, Shookus was employed as Marci Klein's aide on Saturday Night Live. In 2008, she turned into an associate producer on the show and also had producing credits on 45 scenes of 30 Rock between 2008 and 2010.
Shookus met TV maker Kevin Miller in 2002 and they wedded in 2010. Their baby girl, Madeline was born in mid-2013. The couple got divorced in 2014.
Amid the 2016 presidential campaign, Shookus supported Hillary Clinton and was a member of the Emily's List Creative Council. She wanted to support Hilary in all the ways she could with her resources and connections.