Jon Lindstrom is an American actor, writer, director, producer and musician best known for his soap opera roles as Kevin Collins on General Hospital (1993–1997 and 2003–2004), reprising the role on Port Charles from 1997-2003; and as Craig Montgomery on As the World Turns, from 2008-2010.
He also appeared in the daytime drama Santa Barbara. Lindstrom received the award for Best Supporting Actor at the Soap Opera Digest Awards.
Other than daytime television, Lindstrom has also been seen on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and Everwood.
Lindstrom's feature credits include Must Love Dogs opposite Diane Lane; the Disney Channel movie Right On Track; the Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker saga Fall From Grace, co-starring Kevin Spacey and Bernadette Peters; The Alamo: Thirteen Days to Glory with Alec Baldwin; and Listen to Me with Roy Scheider and Jamie Gertz.
Aside from television, Lindstrom has been involved in many other facets of the media. As a screenwriter, he wrote and secured the deal for his first screenplay, The Hard Easy. It was co-written with actor Tom Schanley from an original story by Lindstrom and it evolved into the noir thriller starring Henry Thomas, Vera Farmiga, Bruce Dern, Peter Weller, David Boreanz and Nick Lachey.
He completed three more scripts, Head High, How We Got Away With It, and Anybody's Anything.
As a producer, he has developed several projects, including another feature film, two made-for-TV movies and an inspirational reality series.
As a drummer, he recorded the album Feel Free To Do So with his band, The High Lonesome. The record garnered much industry praise and a "most-added" status for two singles on the Billboard Hot 100.
Lindstrom was born and raised in a small town in the Pacific Northwest. He attended the University of Oregon as a theatre and music major.
In his spare time, Lindstrom is an active athlete; he is an avid skier, scuba diver, surfer, and a proficient martial artist. He also enjoys traveling.