Lisa K. Wyatt

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Lisa K. Wyatt
Occupation Actress, comedian
Years active 1997–present
Website
http://www.lisakwyatt.com

Lisa K. Wyatt is an actress and comedian. According to the biography on her official site, she has appeared in more than 150 film, television and regional theatre credits.[1] In the show's fifth season, she was hired for the recurring role as Lynne, the love interest of Kevin Malone, in NBC's The Office.

Life and career[edit]

Wyatt graduated magna cum laude from St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, with a bachelor's degree in theatre (with a departmental distinction) and math. She has appeared in the films Legally Blonde (2001), Donnie Darko (2001), American Dreamz (2006) and Mr. Woodcock (2007). She had a supporting role in Southland Tales (2006), which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 2006.[1] The film was directed by Richard Kelly, who previously directed Wyatt in Donnie Darko; the character, Terri Riley, a soccer mom who becomes a revolutionary, was written specifically for Wyatt.[2]

Wyatt had recurring principal roles in the television shows Days of our Lives and Passions, and has also made appearances in Ugly Betty, My Name Is Earl, Six Feet Under, Frasier and Gilmore Girls.[1] Wyatt has also appeared in commercials, done voice-over work and performed stand-up comedy in several comedy clubs in the Los Angeles area. Along with her husband, Jim Blanchette, she coaches other actors in an acting technique called "The Mechanics of Believability" at the Acting Garage in the Van Nuys district of Los Angeles. Wyatt also designs jewelry for her own company, "Lisa K. Wyatt: Jewelry for all Seasons".[1]

Wyatt previously appeared in a recurring role in NBC's The Office as Lynne, the love interest of Kevin Malone. She first appeared in the episode "Blood Drive", where she meets Kevin at a singles party.[3] Wyatt appeared in the supporting role "Rhonda Martin" in The Box, a horror movie released on November 6, 2009, starring Cameron Diaz, James Marsden and Frank Langella.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Lisa K. Wyatt: Bio". Lisa K. Wyatt (Official site). Retrieved 2009-05-31. 
  2. ^ "Lisa K. Wyatt: News". Lisa K. Wyatt (Official site). Retrieved 2009-05-31. 
  3. ^ Labrecque, Jeff (2009-03-06). ""The Office" Recap: Love Hurts". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 2009-05-26. 
  4. ^ "The Box - 2009 - Cameron Diaz, Richard Kelly - Variety Profiles". Variety. 

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