Lynne grew up in the North West seaside town of Blackpool and studied Theatre at Lancaster University.
She has worked in a range of jobs throughout the film and theatre industry, from Casting to Performance roles and Pre/Post-Production roles, each designed to give her a full insight into the industry and to empathise with and understand what each role entails.
She began her career as a Professional Dance Artist working with companies such as Ludus Dance & Birmingham DanceXchange, and in schools and colleges throughout the North West and the Midlands.
In 2005, she co-founded the new-writing production company "Random Productions", performing in and producing small to mid-scale theatre productions which, over several years, toured nationally, to great acclaim. Later re-branded Rotten Park Road, she produced her first short film Acting Grown Up in 2011. She was then asked to produce a second short - The Commission, commissioned by leading contemporary figurative painter John Wonnacott, CBE. The film was shot and exhibited in Agnew's Gallery, London, to feature alongside John's solo exhibition A Tale of Two Houses.
She has since produced numerous stage, independent film and comedy projects, including the comedy horror feature film Happy Little Bunnies (completed 2020), the comedy drama feature film How Not To Work and Claim Benefits, (released Internationally in 2017), the documentary How to Make a Film For Nothing, the darkly comic short film Operation Perfect Teaset presents Naughty Naughty, and Friday the 14th: The Legend of Camp Aztitz: Part 3D, a digital stage project, completed 2020.
Branching out from her work as a producer, Lynne has worked as a jobbing actor and is co-manager of Rotten Park Road Management.