Lynnie Greene

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Lynnie Greene
Born Laura Lyn Greene
(1954-05-21) May 21, 1954 (age 60)
Newton, Massachusetts, U.S.
Other names Lyn Greene
Occupation Actress, writer, television director and producer

Laura Lyn "Lynnie" Greene, also known as Lyn Greene (born May 21, 1954) is an actress, writer, director and producer in the television industry.

Career[edit]

The 5'10" Greene grew up in Newton, Massachusetts. In 1977 she co-starred with another newcomer, Bess Armstrong, in the short-lived CBS comedy On Our Own. She played a recurring role in The Golden Girls (during flashbacks, as a younger version of Bea Arthur's character, Dorothy Zbornak).

She originated the role of Emma Goldman in the original off-Broadway production of Stephen Sondheim's Assassins in 1990-91, as well as recreating the role of Comrade Charlotte in the 1987 reworking of Kander & Ebb's Flora the Red Menace.[citation needed]

Writing/producing[edit]

Greene was previously a writer and an executive producer on the series Nip/Tuck, BOSS and the ABC series, Scoundrels which is a remake of the New Zealand television series, Outrageous Fortune.[citation needed] She was most recently a co-executive producer on Showtime's Masters of Sex and is currently a co-executive Producer on the new HBO series, Open, created by Ryan Murphy.

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