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Encyclopedia > Pauline McLynn

Pauline McLynn (born 10th July 1962) is an Irish actress best known for playing Mrs Doyle in the TV series Father Ted and in adverts for the Inland Revenue.


Studied Drama at Trinity College, Dublin. Heavily involved in Trinity's Players Society (acting) and ran unsucessfully for Students' Union Entertainment Officer.


McLynn is also a successful comedienne and novelist, producing books such as The Woman on the Bus (2004), and appearing on numerous panel shows, including Have I Got News For You and If I Ruled The World.


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Pauline is also a well-loved face on the Irish Stage and has appeared with all of its major theatres including The Abbey and Gate, Rough Magic and Druid.
Pauline has published six best-selling novels, Something for the Weekend (1999), Better Than A Rest (2001), Right on Time (2002), The Woman on the Bus (2004), Summer in the City (2005) and her sixth Bright Lights and Broken Promises is being published in paperback in Ireland and the U.K. this summer.
Pauline most recently appeared in Jam and Jerusalem (aka Clatterford) as Tippi Haddem opposite Jennifer Saunders, Sue Johnston, Dawn French and Joanna Lumley for BBC1 Television and she will begin work on the second series in late 2007.
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Pauline McLynn (born 11 July 1962) is an Irish actress best known for playing Mrs Doyle in the TV series Father Ted and in advertisements for the Inland Revenue.
McLynn is also a successful comedian and novelist, producing books such as The Woman on the Bus (2004), and appearing on numerous panel shows, including Just a Minute, Have I Got News For You and If I Ruled The World.
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