Kate Lynch is a Canadian playwright and acting teacher; and film, television, and theatre actress.
Lynch has taught at the Stratford Festival, Shaw Festival, the National Theatre School, George Brown Theatre School, and the Gaity School in Dublin.
Kate Lynch has worked as a voice teacher and acting teacher at the "Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies" at the University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, since 1994. She has also directed Henry V, Waiting for Godot, Pericles, Cymbeline, Age of Arousal for the program. Other directing credits include Terrence Rattigan’s French Without Tears and Noel Coward’s Starchamber at The Shaw Festival; Courting Johanne, Winter Kill, and Michael Healey’s The Nuttalls at the Blyth Festival; Tom Walmsley's Blood, Three Squares a Day, and Descent, as well as an all-female Midsummer Night’s Dream, for Theatre Passe Muraille.
Writing credits include The Road to Hell (co-written with Michael Healey for the Tarragon Theatre), Tales of the Blonde Assassin (for Summerworks), and Early August (for the Blythe Festival).
Lynch won a Genie Award for "Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role" as Roxanne in the film comedy, Meatballs (1980).
Other film roles include Kate in Lie with Me (2005); Carrie in God Bless the Child (1988); Lyndsay in Eddie and the Cruisers II (1988); Jordan in Def-Con 4 (1985).
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