Lynda Myles (American writer)
|Born||July 22, 1939|
Lynda Myles (born July 22, 1939) is a television writer, an actress, playwright, memoirist, and short fiction writer.
As an actress, Ms. Myles was featured as George Washington's friend Sally Fairfax in the David L. Wolper TV drama The World Turned Upside Down opposite her first husband Jan Leighton, the celebrated historical impersonator.
Her short story A Lucky Man was featured in the inaugural issue of The Creative Writer, the book series from J.D. Vine Publications. As a playwright, her play Thirteen has been performed in New York and at the ACT Theatre in Seattle.
Myles and is an editor and contributor to TheMemoirGroup.com.
Awards and nominations
- Two Daytime Emmy Awards, Santa Barbara
- Six Daytime Emmy Award Nominations, Santa Barbara
- Writers Guild of America Award for Scriptwriting
- 2007: John Gardner Memorial Prize for Fiction for short story The Blue Dress