Lynn Collins is a famous actress. She was born in Houston, TX and her birth location is still the same. She has played different characters throughout her film career, most notably as a villain in the Coen brothers’ The Bounty Hunters. As of late, she has ventured into acting, playing recurring characters in both drama and comedy, and she was even nominated for an Academy Award for her role as Napster co-founder Sean Parker in 1997’s Invictus.
Ms. Collins has also been to Hollywood to star in some low budget films such as Halloween and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. Although Lynn Collins hasn’t won any major awards for her acting prowess, but she has achieved moderate successes in the smaller films. It should be noted that those who have been nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role are generally considered to have been quite good at their respective careers. For this reason alone, anyone who considers Lynn Collins a great actor must seriously consider whether they would like to see her win an Oscar for Best Actress in a Leading Role.
In the mid 90’s Lynn Collins moved to Los Angeles, California to pursue a career in show business. When she arrived in the city, she quickly became popular as a fashion designer, photographer, and talk show host. Unfortunately, these endeavors did not pan out, and Ms. Collins later returned to Houston to pursue a career as a nurse. Despite being injured during a car crash, Collins was able to continue working as a nurse and earned a master’s degree in nursing at the University of Texas. Over the years, she has made several cameos in movies, including the Harry Potter films and Scrooged.
During the early years of her career, Lynn Collins lived in Los Angeles, California, and also spent time in New York City, where she worked as a waitress and dancer. It was while she was employed at an inexpensive restaurant that Lynn Collins met her future husband, Collin Reynolds. The couple married in 1974 and several years later, Collins moved to Houston and worked as a waitress in a popular restaurant. After just a year of being employed by that same restaurant, it was then that Collins decided to try her hand at screenwriting, adapting an original screenplay to her work. Her first few movies did not do well at the box office, but once she began working on an idea for a feature film, she felt as though her career could only go up from there.
- Full name: Viola Lynn Collins
- Date of birth: 16th May 1977
- Age: 42 years old
- Place of birth: Houston, Texas, USA
- Zodiac sign: Taurus
- Nationality: American
- Ethnicity: English, Scottish, Irish, and Cherokee
- Spouse: Matthew Boyle
- Height: 5 ft 8 inches
- Weight: 62 kgs
- Eye colour: Green
- Hair colour: Brown
- Profession: Actress
- Net worth: $3 million
When filming began in Houston, Collins had the opportunity to visit Venice, Italy with her husband. While she was there she was bitten by the entertainment bug, which was then not as prevalent in the United States. She met with several well-known directors, producers, and writers and spent time in the studio reading scripts. One of those screenplays involved an underground railroad that connected major cities throughout the United States. It is interesting to note that after completing a screenplay, Lynn Collins became one of the first writers to have an underground railroad in the United States, which allowed her to spend time in other countries while earning money writing screenplays.
Lynn Collins’ first novel, “A Stranger in the Mirror,” was published in 1978 and was later turned into a movie directed by none other than Clint Eastwood. The movie was a hit and went on to spawn several more movies, a stage play, and even an autobiography. Though Lynn Collins has since moved to Hollywood and produced a number of successful films and screenplays, her most recent effort has been a best-selling novel entitled “The Edge of Forever.” As you can see from the above citation, Lynn Collins has been successful in her career despite the fact that she is from the United States. Some of her other accomplishments include “A Time to Kill,” “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,” “Deep violet,” and many more.