Kelly Lynch

 

 

 

 

Kelly played the part of Roberta Bean, in the film 'Forbidden Choices'

 

DATE OF BIRTH :-  31ST JANUARY, 1959

PLACE OF BIRTH :-  GOLDERN VALLEY, MINNESOTA

 

Kelly Lynch  is an American actress.

The daughter of show people, she has been acting since the age of four.  Kelly studied dance and then spent two summers training to be a director at the Guthrie Theater.  As a young woman she moved to New York to study drama with Sanford Meisner and Marilyn Fried.  After briefly encountering the head of the Elite modelling agency in an elevator one day, Kelly was signed up for a $250,000 per year modelling contract.  During the three years she modelled, Kelly made occasional TV appearances.  She made her feature-film debut playing a bit part in Bright Lights, Big City (1988) but did not play her first leading role until the following year in Road House. Kelly first gained widespread acclaim for her portrayal of a suburban drug addict in Van Sant's Drug Store Cowboy (1989); it was a role she could relate to, as she had broken both legs in an auto accident when she was 20 and had come dangerously close to being addicted to painkillers.  Though major stardom has as yet eluded Kelly, she has recently proven herself to be a competent and versatile actress, capable of playing in everything from light romantic comedies to high drama.

In 1994, Kelly played the part of Roberta Bean, in the film 'Forbidden Choices', with Rutger Hauer.

 

 

 

 

 

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