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About Lynne Jassem

Background

Lynne is a native New Yorker who broke into show business at the age of ten on the Perry Como TV show, later performing on the famous “Borscht Belt” circuit and TV soap operas.
As an adult she played the White House, Boston Pops and both Kennedy and Lincoln Center with the Claude Kipnis Mime Theatre, later forming her own company, Manhattan Mime Theatre.
Lynne was one of the five founding members of the American Tap Dance Orchestra, dancing with Gregory Hines and Tommy Tune. She toured her solo shows “Billy” and “Rhythm Anonymous” across the USA and Europe. She won Best of Fringe in San Francisco, Best Story Teller in San Diego, played to rave 5-star reviews in Edinburgh with her show “Como to Homo”. Her next show “Tap Dancing My Way To The Nuthouse” Premiered at The Hollywood Fringe, 2019 and now she's proud and happy to introduce you to "Being Richard Greene"