Lynn Chen began performing on the Lincoln Center Stage at the age of 5. She made her feature debut in Sony Pictures Classic's Saving Face, a role that won her the title of "Outstanding Newcomer" at the 2006 AXAwards. Since then, she has become a fixture on the film festival circuit - including Sundance, Toronto, Tribeca, SXSW - setting an unofficial record at the 28th LAAPFF with five concurrent movie roles. Lynn won "Best Actor" at the 2016 NBC Shorts Fest and a holding deal with NBC. She was Skype's first Acting Ambassador. Recently, she has guest starred in HBO's Silicon Valley, AMC's Fear the Walking Dead, and played the villain "Goh Xiulan" in Activision's Call of Duty: Black Ops III Video Game.
Lynn is currently directing her first feature film, I Will Make You Mine, which she also wrote, is producing, and starring in.