Ann Lynn (born 1933, in Fulham, London as Elizabeth Ann Lynn) is a British-born actress who was once married to Anthony Newley. She is the granddaughter of Ralph Lynn and cousin of Robert Lynn.
Her career spanned forty years and included roles in many British serials, including The Count of Monte Cristo (1956), The Vise (1959–1960), Danger Man (1965), The Saint (1967), as well as 1980's television series Just Good Friends and Minder. She starred in 1983's Screamtime, alongside Dora Bryan and Robin Bailey.
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