Lynn trained as an actor at LAMDA and has theatre, TV and film credits. She is a published playwright and several of her plays are available via both the Wireless Theatre Company and The Playwrights Publishing Company.
Lynn lives in Walton on Thames with her two children and, when she isn’t teaching, spends her precious spare time writing plays and studying. One of her current interests is in researching the resources used by student actors in London. She hopes to improve the way students, who come to London to study at drama schools, use the city for their research. Lynn’s aim is to write a guide to the best Shakespearian, Jacobean and Restoration art, music and architecture available for free in London and would love to hear from anyone who would like to contribute.
Lynn has had the opportunity to train with some of the best in the business not only at LAMDA but by taking writing courses at the Soho Theatre and City Lit in theatre and TV. She also has a degree from Brunel University and has studied Culture, Policy and Management at City University. Lynn teaches and directs both children and adults and is a fervent supporter of London's fringe and diverse culture as well as the established national arts institutions.