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Lynelle Paulick

Lynelle Paulick

self-employed
Actor

Santa Barbara, California

Member Since:
October 2019
Last online:
2 days ago
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About Lynelle

Please see my IMDb link for information. As soon as I can, I'll get more resume information added manually here as well.

Unique traits: Ironman athlete and single-sport specialist (competed from 1978 to 2017; I Think it's over, never sure)

Credits

  • Hey Neighbor

    Hey Neighbor (2019)
    Film (short) by Jessica Stossel lead old hippy looking to relive a former life as a punk rock affionado

  • Who Are You?

    Who Are You? (2019)
    Film (short) by David Yarbrough Margaret Copeland, deceased Margaret is actually an individual who was in the body of the lead character -- hey, this is Stephen King material, I can't explain... ;)

  • Hoodman

    Hoodman (2019)
    Film by Mark Curran Librarian, supporting Yes, another horror film...Gertrude Hesse is the librarian who helped the lead (young distressed woman) to find information on urban legends

  • If Fire Didn't Burn

    If Fire Didn't Burn (2019)
    Film (short) by Isabella Esber religious studies professor, supporting A strict religious studies professor has no interest in the LGBTQ "problems" of one of her students at a religious university

  • Perchance to Dream

    Perchance to Dream (2019)
    Film (short) by Benjamin Erickson Mom, lead A mother is distraught over her son's heroin addiction

  • Happy Pill

    Happy Pill (2019)
    Film (short) by Amanda Pettersson NW art critic, supporting (VOICEOVER) A young woman takes an experimental pill at the request of her boss, to see how happy and (thus) productive she can become, to show this "happy pill" works. It ruins her art career and she loses an opportunity to have her work shown at New York City gallery -- the art critic has a couple of phone conversations with the young woman.

Education

  • UCSB
    (1987-1992)

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