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New Zealand actress

Melanie Lynskey is ...

Alive
Born 16 May 1977 in New Plymouth
Age41 years, 3 months
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Melanie Lynskey
Melanie Lynskey
Lynskey at Meddler Film Festival 2015

About Melanie Lynskey

Melanie Jayne Lynskey (born 16 May 1977) is a New Zealand actress and voice actress. She first gained recognition as a teenage murderess in Peter Jackson's award-winning drama Heavenly Creatures (1994). This was followed by supporting roles in a succession of American comedies, such as Ever After (1998), Coyote Ugly (2000), and Sweet Home Alabama (2002). After relocating permanently to Los Angeles, Lynskey established herself as a respected character actress with roles in films such as Shattered Glass (2003), Flags of Our Fathers (2006), Away We Go, Up in the Air, The Informant! (all 2009), Win Win (2011), and The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012). 2012's Hello I Must Be Going, in which she played the lead, proved to be a turning point in her career. She has since starred in Happy Christmas (2014), The Intervention (2016), and I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore (2017). These and other roles have made her a prominent part of the American independent film scene.On television, Lynskey's best known role is that of Rose on the CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men (2003–15). From 2015–2016, she played Michelle Pierson on HBO's Togetherness, for which she received a nomination for the Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. She also provided the voices of Beatrice in the Cartoon Network miniseries Over the Garden Wall (2014), and Megan on Disney XD's Future-Worm! (2016–18). She currently stars as Molly Strand on the Hulu series Castle Rock (2018–present).

She is also known as Melanie Jayne Lynskey.

Films

Melanie Lynskey has worked on the following films:

But I'm a Cheerleader
1999 film by Jamie Babbit
1999
Flags of Our Fathers
2006 American war drama movie
2006
Shattered Glass
2003 film by Billy Ray
2003
Heavenly Creatures
1994 New Zealand drama film
1994
The Informant!
2009 film by Steven Soderbergh
2009
Sweet Home Alabama
2002 American romantic comedy film
2002
Ever After
1998 film by Andy Tennant
1998
Digging for Fire
2015 film by Joe Swanberg
2015
The Intervention
2016 American Film
2016
Seeking a Friend for the End of the World
2012 comedy-drama film written and directed by Lorene Scafaria
2012
XX
2017 film
2017
Leaves of Grass
2009 film by Tim Blake Nelson
2009
Detroit Rock City
1999 film by Adam Rifkin
1999
I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore
2017 film by Macon Blair
2017
Away We Go
2009 film by Sam Mendes
2009
Abandon
2002 film by Stephen Gaghan
2002
Win Win
2011 film by Tom McCarthy
2011
They Came Together
2014 film directed by David Wain
2014
We'll Never Have Paris
2014 film by Simon Helberg
2014
Touchback
2012 film by Don Handfield
2012
Hello I Must Be Going
2012 film by Todd Louiso
2012
And Then I Go
2017 film
2017
Happy Christmas
2014 film by Joe Swanberg
2014
Helena from the Wedding
2010
Little Boxes
2016 film
2016
Claustrophobia
2003 film by Mark Tapio Kines
2003
Shooters
2002 film by Colin Teague
2002
Say Uncle
2005 film by Peter Paige
2005
The Cherry Orchard
1999 film by Michael Cacoyannis
1999
Snakeskin
2001
Park
2007 independent comedy-drama film
2006
A Quiet Little Marriage
2008
The Big Ask
2013
Show of Hands
2008 New Zealand film
2008