On YNF Entertainment Magazine, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK“, Daisy Jones & The Six in the highly anticipated limited series DAISY JONES & THE SIX on Amazon Prime Video, actress Lynn Downey turns up the volume as supportive mum, Marlene Dunne.
Daisy Jones & The Six
DAISY JONES & THE SIX, based on Taylor Jenkins Reid’s best-selling novel, follows a fictional rock band from the 1970s, inspired by Fleetwood Mac, in their meteoric rise from obscurity to fame until they call it quits one night after a sold-out show. The band members agree to tell the truth decades later.
Downey makes an appearance throughout the show as Marlene Dunne, the proud and gentle working-class single mother of Billy (Sam Claflin) and Graham (Will Harrison), who together with Daisy Jones (Riley Keogh) form the legendary band.
Downey jumped at the chance to work on the project, which was written by Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber, who were nominated for an Oscar. Reese Witherspoon and Lauren Levy Neustadter are the project’s executive producers.
Downey explained that the script that Scott Neustader and Michael H. Weber wrote was so authentic, authentic, and actor-friendly that she immediately recognized Marlene. Additionally, Scott and Lauren Neustader set the standard as a husband-and-wife creative team by shepherding this work with such enthusiasm, vision, and pure joy. Every scene reflects their long-term dedication to bringing this show to life.
Actress Lynn Downey
Downey has worked alongside Angela Bassett, who was nominated for an Academy Award in the FOX action drama 9-1-1 and Sarah Paulson, who won an Emmy in the FX true-crime anthology Impeachment: American Crime Story. She has also appeared in the television series The Rookie, S.W.A.T., Deputy, and Henry Danger, and feature films, Faith Based, and the upcoming controversial The People’s Joker.
Downey created the stage version of Cold Tangerines, Shauna Niequist’s best-selling memoir. He starred in the world premiere and toured Southern California. Things That Birds Say, a dramatic short film, and the award-winning comedy web series Life Group, both of which she co-created, co-produced, and starred in. Downey is currently finishing up the script for her first feature film. She is also working on a sitcom called Livin’ the Dream with her husband, actor-comedian Dan Braswell, loosely based on their life as performers and new parents.
Downey started the life coaching business Work of Art Coaching in 2020 as a way to help others. His goal was to give creative professionals the tools they needed to thrive from the inside out, at any stage, at any time.
Downey attended Magna Cum Laude at Ball State University before moving to Los Angeles. She is originally from Bloomington, Indiana.
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