Lynne Thigpen

Lynne Thigpen

Performer

Lynne Thigpen, the respected actress with the rich, strong voice who won a Tony Award for An American Daughter on Broadway, died suddenly March 12, 2003, in her Los Angeles home.

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  • Also known as: Lynne Redmond
  • Born: Dec 22, 1948 in Joliet, Illinois
  • Death: Mar 12, 2003 in Marina del Rey, California

Roles (13)

An American Daughter Playbill - March 1997 An American Daughter (1997)
Opened Apr 13, 1997
  • as Judith B. Kaufman (Original)
An American Daughter
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A Month of Sundays Playbill - Opening Night, April 1987 A Month of Sundays (1987)
Opened Apr 16, 1987
  • as Mrs. Baker (Original)
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Fences Playbill - April 1987 Fences (1987)
Opened Mar 26, 1987
  • as Rose (Replacement)
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The 35th Annual Tony Awards Playbill - 1981 The 35th Annual Tony Awards - 1981 (1981)
Opened Jun 7, 1981
  • as Participating Artist (Original)
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Tintypes Playbill - Opening Night, Oct 1980 Tintypes (1980)
Opened Oct 23, 1980
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But Never Jam Today Playbill - Aug 1979 But Never Jam Today (1979)
Opened Jul 31, 1979
  • as Persona Non Grata (Original)
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Working Playbill - June 1978 Working (1978)
Opened May 14, 1978
  • as Maggie Holmes, cleaning woman (Original)
  • as JoAnne Robinson, bus driver's wife (Original)
  • as Heather Lamb, telephone operator (Original)
  • as Diane Wilson, secretary (Original)
Working - June 1978
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The Night That Made America Famous Playbill - Opening Night, Feb 1975 The Night That Made America Famous (1975)
Opened Feb 26, 1975
  • as (Understudy - Original)
The Night That Made America Famous - Opening Night
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The Magic Show Playbill - Nov 1978 The Magic Show (1974)
Opened May 28, 1974
  • as Dina (Replacement)
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Awards

Tony Award
1997 Featured Actress in a Play An American Daughter Winner
1981 Featured Actress in a Musical Tintypes Nominee