Lynne trained at Webber Douglas and has an MA in scriptwriting 2022 from university of East Anglia

Lynne has appeared in a vast array of productions and screen projects. She played a regular role in Coronation Street appearing first in Coronation Street as Detective Constable Lynn White during March 1979, before returning to the programme between May 2005 and January 2006 as Carol Baldwin for fifty episodes.

Lynne is also the talking portrait of Rowena Ravenclaw in World of Harry Potter Orlando, Tokyo and France. Other credits include roles in We’ll Meet Again, Shroud for a Nightingale, That’s Love, Boon, Casualty, Peak Practice, The Bill, Waking the Dead and Doctors. Lynne has been married to fellow Street actor Lawrence Mullin since 1979 and the couple have two children.

Other credits from an illustrious career include: Look and Read (BBC, 13 episodes), We’ll Meet Again (LWT, 13 episodes), Shroud For A Nightingale (Anglia, 8 episodes), That’s Love (TVS, 4 series, 32 episodes), Chocky, When a Woman Kills Her Man (Channel 4, two one hour films and 5 half hour daytime films), The Firm (Dir. Alan Clarke), Waking the Dead, Casualty, Together They Smoke (Sky Arts). Egg Timer (Short Film 2023, Dir. Rosie May Bird Smith, Biscuit Films).

Theatre includes: Southwold Summer Theatre – 2 seasons, 14 plays! Hanif Kureishi’s Outskirts (The Grove), Tundi Ikoli’s On The Out (The Bush Theatre and tour), Oh What A Lovely War (Bristol Old Vic), Camille (Leeds Playhouse), My Mother Said I Never Should (Derby Playhouse), Shang A Lang (Chichester Festival Theatre Minerva), The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (Watermill).

And the original Scottish Widow for the iconic campaign.