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Photo of Lynch from The Blue Book of the Screen (1923)
|Died||March 2, 1965 (aged 64)|
Lynch was born in 1900 in Billings, Montana, where she was also raised. After winning a beauty contest in her hometown, she soon went to movie studios and received little trouble gaining roles, starting out as an extra in 1918. She was chosen as one of thirteen WAMPAS Baby Stars in 1923. During her career, she was mostly cast in comedies.
She acted in a number of films throughout the 1920s and four small roles in the 1930s. It appears she returned one last time to the screen in the 1940 film Women Without Names.
She was married to actor Carroll Nye.
Lynch died in 1965 in Miami Beach, Florida.
- What's a Wife Worth? (1921)
- Live and Let Live (1921)
- Midnight (1922)
- Minnie (1922)
- Glass Houses (1922)
- The Eternal Three (1923)
- The Dangerous Age (1923)
- The Meanest Man in the World (1923)
- The Tomboy (1924)
- Oh Doctor! (1925)
- Three Weeks in Paris (1925)
- Fifth Avenue Models (1925)
- Return of Grey Wolf (1926)
- The Arizona Sweepstakes (1926)
- Tom and His Pals (1926)
- General Custer at the Little Big Horn (1927)
- Underworld (1927)
- Avenging Fangs (1927)
- Love and Learn (1928)
- The Showdown (1928)
- The Singing Fool (1928)
- Thundergod (1928)
- Stolen Love (1928)
- Speakeasy (1929)
- Women Without Names (1940)
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