Lynn Chen: Creating a career in Hollywood, Eating Disorders, Infertility & More
Honored to have Lynn Chen join us for the podcast this episode. Lynn Chen has a multi-decade career with credits in over 50 television shows (Shameless, Silicon Valley), films (Saving Face, Go Back to China) audio books (Crazy Rich Asians) and video games (Call of Duty: Black Ops III & IV). Now she adds filmmaker to her resume, with her directorial feature debut I Will Make You Mine (SXSW 2020) streaming everywhere on VOD/DVD. Lynn is also an Ambassador for The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) and Miry’s List.
Lynn and I have a very open and honest conversation about what it is like being a woman in Hollywood, eating disorders, struggling with infertility, and more. This is an episode you won’t want to miss.
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