Exclusive: Four-time Emmy winner Laura Lynne behind the rear half of the camera for the first time OzarkIts 11th season of 14 is managing its final season.
The acclaimed drama created for Netflix by Bill Dubois and Mark Williams follows financial adviser Marty Byrd (Jason Bateman) and his wife Wendy (Lini), who dragged their children Charlotte (Sophia Hublitz) and Jonah (Skyler Gartner) from Chicago to Missouri. Ozarks, where they must smuggle money to please a drug boss. Season 4, which returns on January 21 for the first of the two episodes and ends on April 29, continues to escalate tensions as the Beardes try their best to separate their families from the cartel and survive.
Lynne co-produced the series, which also starred Alfonso Herrera, Jessica Frances Dukes, Lisa Emery, John Bedford Lloyd, Joseph Sikora and many more. Chris Mundy worked as a showrunner, writer and executive producer for Season 4, as well as producers for Batman, Williams, John Shiban, Patrick Markey and Dubuque.
One of the most acclaimed actors of our time, Lynne has been nominated for three Academy Awards, two Golden Globes, one Gotham Award and one SAG Award in her career, two critical acclaim awards, two Independent Spirit Awards and a BAFTA Award. Also OzarkWhich brought her Emmy name in 2019 and 2020, she has been seen in such series The story of the city, Big C., John Adams And Fraser. Notable film credits included Going later, Nocturnal animals, Sully, Fifth Estate, Hyde Park in Hudson, Sympathy for the delicious, Nanny Diary, Savage, Man of the year, Lesson driving, Emily Rose’s quality, Squid and whale, Actually love, Mystic River, Mothman prophecy, The House of Myth, Truman show, Primitive fear And Looking for Bobby Fisher.
Lynne will later be seen starring in the feature comedy Thaddeus O’Sullivan with Maggie Smith and Kathy Bates, Miracle Club. He is represented by ICM Partners, Lighthouse Management and Media and Yorn, Levine, Burns.