Amy Lyndon has been entertaining the public since the
age of 10. During her senior year, Lyndon studied at the
Neighborhood Playhouse Jr. School in New York City and
went on to England to tackle the prestigious London
Academy of Performing Arts. After earning her BFA from
Syracuse University, Lyndon studied with Stella Adler,
Harry Mastrogeorge, The Groundlings, CBS Comedy on the
Lot, International Blend Comedy Troupe with Rick
Overton, and the Comedy Store.
Lyndon has 40+ films and 30+ television shows to her
credit including "The UnMiracle", "And They're Off",
"Law And Order: Los Angeles", "NCIS", and the " Young
And The Restless" to name a few. On stage, Lyndon's
wacky performances as Bobbi Michelle in "Last of the Red
Hot Lovers" at the Tiffany Theatre earned her critical
notoriety and a Marquee Comedy Award.
Additionally, Lyndon is a Multi-Award Winning
Director/Writer/Producer. Her film "Odessa" won top
awards on the Festival circuit. As a Writer, Lyndon won
the "Spirit of Moondance Award" for the Best Family
Screenplay "Unleash My Heart" in Moondance International
Film Festival and as a Director her World Premiere Play
"The Parasites" was produced by The Met Theatre.
"Award-winning," a film that Lyndon Directed and
produced won Audience Choice Awards on the Festival
Circuit and she garnered a Directing Award and another
Audience Choice Award for the film "The Whiskey Girls"
from The New York International Film Festival. Lyndon
recently Wrote/Directed/Produced the Sit-Com "'I Wanna
Marry Larry" and Directed several episodes of the web
Series "The whiskey Girls" inspired by the Multi-Award Winning Film.