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Biography #2 (for K-Ville)

A native of Boulder, CO, John Carroll Lynch has established himself as a versatile actor on stage and screen. Lynch graduated from Catholic University of America and earned a B.F.A. in Theater.

With considerable stage experience, Lynch came to films in Grumpy Old Men and gained critical acclaim appearing opposite Frances McDormand in Fargo. Additional film credits include Volcano, The Good Girl and Zodiac. He will be seen with Halle Berry and Benicio Del Toro in Things We Lost In The Fire this fall.

On the small screen, Lynch's remarkable range is evident in his highly regarded roles in Close to Home, Big Love, Carnivàle, The Drew Carey Show and the short-lived Brotherhood of Poland, N.H.

Lynch currently lives in Los Angeles and New York with his wife, actress Brenda Wehle.

Bio courtesy Fox for "K-Ville" (16-Sep-2007)

Biography #3 (for Gothika)

John Carroll Lynch's feature film credits include Fargo, in which he appeared as Fran McDormand's husband Norm, The Good Girl, Bubble Boy, Waking the Dead, A Thousand Acres, The Next Best Thing, Anywhere But Here, Pushing Tin, Face/Off, Volcano and Confidence. He will soon be seen in Bart Freundlich's Catch That Girl.

Lynch stars this fall on the new David E. Kelley series The Brotherhood of Poland, NH. Lynch played Drew Carey's brother on the television series The Drew Carey Show. He has appeared in Family Law, Gideon's Crossing, The West Wing and Frasier, and the television movies Tuesdays with Morrie, Live from Baghdad and the mini-series From the Earth to the Moon.

Born in Boulder, CO and a native of Denver, Lynch began his professional career in the theater and spent eight years as a member of the Guthrie Theater Company in Minneapolis. His recent stage credits include the original production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Dinner with Friends and Under the Blue Sky at the Geffen.

Lynch currently resides in Los Angeles and New York with his wife, actress Brenda Wehle.

Bio courtesy Warner Bros. for "Gothika" (24-Oct-2003)