Tess Lynch is an actress who is known for her work in 2015 and, more recently, 2021. She is an actress that is also known for her blood relationship with someone else in the industry which can be a boost or an impediment that is if you insist on pushing the acting side of her. She is a writer of reasonable note.
This is a post about Tess Lynch
How old is Tess Lynch?
Tess Lynch was born on January 16, 1983, in Connecticut. We have no clue of the exact city where she was born. She was born to an entertainer mother and the father is not Patrick Lynch, the police union leader, police officer, and president of the Police Benevolent Association of the City of New York (they just share the same name).
Tess Lynch is 39 years old.
Who is her mother?
Tess Lynch is the only child of Jane Curtin and Patrick Lynch. Her mother is the public one. She is an actress and comedian first made famous following her appearance in “Saturday Night Live” in 1975. Then she became a TV star and featured in the CBS sitcom “Kate & Allie” from the ’80s where she played the title character Allie. For this, she won two Emmy Awards in successive years (Best Lead Actress in a Comedy Series).
Curtin has gone on to grab TV, big screen, and Broadway credits. More recently, she was in the movie “Queen Bee” directed by Michael Lembeck (2021). She was on Julius Sharpe’s “United We Fall” a sitcom on ABC (2020). Since 2020, she co-hosts The View Primetime on ABC.
Is Tess Lynch married?
Yes, Tess is a married woman. She got married in June 2011 to Peter Cellini, an actor known for his roles in “Swordswallowers and Thin Men” from 2003, “Breast Picture” from 2010, and the 2015 movie “The Worst Year of My Life”.
Tess Lynch and Peter Cellini are blessed with two children.
What movies was she in?
Lynch’s only fictional picture credit is the comedy series “Drunk History” on Comedy Central appearing in one episode in 2015, another in 2016, one more in 2018, and a last one in 2019. She was in “Kinda Murdery”, a Podcast Series documentary.
Outside of the movie set, she is a writer being a founding editor of Bright Wall/Dark Room, an “online magazine devoted to exploring the relationship between movies and the business of being alive” and its Editor-at-Large. Besides Bright Wall/Dark Room, Her essays have appeared in Grantland, Salon, The Morning News, The Awl, Granta, and n+1.
She is a podcaster and co-hosts the Night Call podcast with Molly Lambert and Emily Yoshida.
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