|Residence||Hollywood Hills, California, U.S.|
|Occupation||Film director, producer and interior designer|
Lyndall Hobbs is an Australian film director and producer.
Life and career
Hobbs was born in Australia. She spent a considerable period of her life in the United Kingdom during which time she directed the documentary film Steppin' Out (1979) featuring the UK act Secret Affair and hosting Hobb's Choice television show, before moving to Hollywood in the United States.
Hobbs has a daughter named Lola Rose Thompson, with television producer/writer Chris Thompson. Hobbs was also in a seven-year relationship with actor Al Pacino. She has also adopted a son named Nick David Hobbs, during her relationship with Pacino.