Lynne Cormack


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Lynne Cormack

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Lynne Cormack - Biography

Lynne Cormack has worked extensively throughout North America for over 30 years in theatre, film and television. T.V. and film credits include major and supporting roles in over 30 feature films and mini-series, and 70 guest star or recurring roles in episodic television. Recent credits include 2 episodes of “Warehouse 13” and a guest on “Murdoch Mysteries”.Theatrical credits include four seasons with the Shaw Festival. Those credits include: “The House of Bernarda Alba”, “The Apple Cart”, “The Madras House”, and “You Can’t Take It With You”; as well as numerous productions for CanStage and appearances in regional theatres across Canada and the U.S.Los Angeles stage credits include “Tennessee Jar”, (co-starring with Mark Ruffalo), for which Ms. Cormack won the L.A. Dramalogue Award for best performance.For the past number of years, Ms. Cormack has taught “The On-Camera Audition Lab”, along with workshops that also address the business side of the actor’s life. For the past four years, she has worked with the Directors Guild of Canada, teaching an on-camera audition lab designed specifically for the Director's audition process and point of view. Lynne has also taught for The Academy at the Shaw Festival, The National Theatre School of Canada (as a visiting director in camera studies for 4 years), Equity Showcase Theatre, St. Lawrence College and the P.E.I. Conservatory. She also works extensively with private students, both in specific audition coaching and the overall process of acting for the camera.Lynne has also taught at the Canadian Film Centre, working with the actors in the Conservatory Program. Last September, Lynne had the great pleasure of working in Halifax with members of ACTRA MARITIMES.