BOOKED- APRIL 2019: Lynn is recording a commercial Voiceover spot for a well known laptop company.
BOOKED- APRIL 2019: Lynn is starring again with the American Film Institution in Los Angeles, this time playing Jane Everyman in an adaption of Isaac Asimov's "Silly Asses" filming this Spring.
BIG NEWS- WINTER 2019! Lynn made callbacks for MFA Acting programs at 11 schools: 2 in California, 3 in the UK, and 6 more across the country. She has been accepted into 8 programs so far (including a full ride + $16k scholarship) - school TBA!
FILMED - NOVEMBER 2018: Lynn starred as pop diva Cali Queen in the AFI's new dark comedy "Cali Queen Makes My Dreams Come True""
10 million joules of artistic energy in a 5'3" body.
Proud Korean-Jew and a Shakespeare nerd.
She also rocks the cello.
Lynn Favin (SAG-AFTRA, AEA) has gone back to her theater roots, recently starring as Desdemona in "Othello" and Titania in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" (Equity Guest Artist, Shakespeare on the Bluff's Inaugural Season- 2018).
She regularly voices characters on the Emmy award winning show Robot Chicken (Seasons 8-10) and is represented by William Morris Endeavors (WME). You can also see her on Veep (co-star), The Get Down (singer), and performing with the Los Angeles sketch comedy group The Fun Police.
A classically trained actress with the British American Drama Academy, Lynn has also performed in 3 National Theater Tours: Hamlet (Ophelia), The Giver (Lily), and The Grapes of Wrath (Narrator/Cellist). Favorite regional credits include As You Like It (Rosalind) with the Baltimore Shakespeare Factory and Macbeth (Witch) with the Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles. She holds a double B.A. in Theater and Psychology from Wesleyan University.
Hear her (voice) here!
11 VOICES ON ROBOT CHICKEN
Lynn is currently recording her 3rd season with 2018 Emmy Award winning show "Robot Chicken". Stay tuned to Adult Swim Network and keep an ear out for her voice again in Season 10!
3 NATIONAL THEATER TOURS
"The performances were superb... Lynn Favin gave Ophelia a drastic character arc as she struggled with losing Hamlet’s affection as well as her own sanity... " -DC Metro Arts Review