Lyn Lear Biography
A native of Los Angeles, California, Lyn Lear is a popular and famous political activist, celebrated environmentalist, and Emmy-nominated filmmaker. Blazing a light on society’s most critical matters drives Lyn’s innovative and activist efforts.
Lyn Lear Age
Lear is 75 years old as of 2022. She was born on May 14, 1947. She celebrates her birthdate on May 14 every year.
Lyn Lear Height
Lear stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm) tall and weighs less than 65 kg (143 lbs).
Lyn Lear Education
Lear went to El Camino High School in Sacramento because of her education. She thereafter earned a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology as well as a Marriage and Family Therapy license.
Lyn Lear Family
Lear was born and raised by his parents in California. Our efforts to find more information came to no avail as no such information is publicly available. Thus the identity of Lear’s parents is unclear. It is also not known if he has any siblings. We will update this section.
Lyn Lear Husband
Lyn is happily married to Norman Lear in 1987, more than three decades ago. According to the news, the two partners first became close after Lyn requested Norman’s assistance with her Ph.D.
The partners have three children: a son named Benjamin Davis, and twin sisters named Madelaine Rose and Brianna Elizabeth both six years old. On Thanksgiving Day, 1994, the twins were born. Lyn’s twin children, however, were born through the use of a surrogate mother.
Lyn Lear Net Worth
Lear has an estimated net worth of $200 million as of 2021.
Lyn Lear Career
Lear is a political activist, filmmaker, and psychologist. Though small was known about her job in the medical field, Lyn appeared to have made a strong appearance in the entertainment industry. She has been credited as a producer on more than nine documentaries.
Bring Your Own Brigade (2021), Rebel Hearts (2021), Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It (2021), The Vow (2020), The Fight (2020), Fantastic Fungi (2019), The Great Hack (2019), Where’s My Roy Cohn? (2019), and Cesar’s Last Fast (2019) are among them (2014).
In addition, the majority of her movies were nominated for BAFTA and Emmy awards. She was best known for her documentary films about modern medicine, technology climate change, and investigative journalism.
Aside from that, Lyn was celebrated several times alongside her husband, the legendary producer Norman Lear. They acquired the Amicus Award in 2016 and Hollywood Icon Award in 2017. She was honored alongside Vice President Al Gore by UCLA’s Institute of the Environment and Sustainability with the Global Green Millennium Award in 2008.
Lyn Lear Movies
- Bring Your Own Brigade 2021
- Fantastic Fungi 2019
- The Great Hack 2019
- Where’s My Roy Cohn? 2019
- Cesar’s Last Fast 2014
- Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It