John Carroll Lynch

A native of Colorado, John Carroll Lynch landed his first major film role as 'Norm,' opposite Frances McDormand in the Coen brothers’ Academy Award-winning Fargo while he was a member of the Guthrie Theater Acting Company in Minneapolis, MN. 

With over fifty film credits, Lynch has been directed by Clint Eastwood, Martin Scorsese, David Fincher, John Lee Hancock, Mark Ruffalo, Miguel Arteta, Pablo Larrain, Mick Jackson, Karyn Kusama, Albert Brooks and Seth Macfarlane, among others. On television, Lynch has appeared on American Horror Story as ‘Twisty the Clown,' as well as The Walking Dead, Billions, The Americans, House of Lies, and six seasons on The Drew Carey Show as Drew’s cross-dressing brother ’Steve.' Lynch can currently be seen in The Founder opposite Michael Keaton and in Jackie starring Natalie Portman. Also soon to be released, a lead role in Anything opposite Matt Bomer produced by Mark Ruffalo.

 In addition, Lynch made his directorial debut at this year’s SXSW with the film Lucky starring Harry Dean Stanton.

John Carroll Lynch

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John Carroll Lynch

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Dad (Owen)