Lynn Mamet is an American theatre director, playwright, screenwriter, and television producer. Her latest and most notable work is as a producer and writer for Law & Order and The Unit. In addition to her work on television, she has also written and directed her own plays, including The Walking Wounded, The Fathers, The Job, The Divorce, and The Lost Years at Playwright's Kitchen Ensemble and the Sanford Meisner Theatres.
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