| Ella Lynch|
| Jane Scott|
| Ella Scott Lynch|
27 September 1982 (age 33) (1982-09-27) Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
National Institute of Dramatic Art
Jane Scott, Mark Forstmann, Melvin J. Montalban, Cate Shortland
Crownies, Monkey Puzzle, The Silence, Rope Burn
Ella Scott Lynch Wikipedia
Ella Scott Lynch (born 27 September 1982 in Sydney) is an Australian actress. Her highest profile role is Shirley Ryan in the series Love Child.
She is a graduate of the National Institute of Dramatic Arts.
In 2005 she was cast in the soap opera Home and Away in the role of Hayley Lawson, previously played by Bec Cartwright, which she played until the end of that year.
In 2008 Lynch was cast as a regular in All Saints. Her character, nurse Claire Anderson, replaced Jolene Anderson's character Erika. Coincidentally, Kip Gamblin, who played Hayley's love interest Scott Hunter in Home and Away, also joined All Saints at that point.Lynch had a previous guest role on All Saints and small roles in Charlotte's Web (2006 film) and Shine.
Lynch appeared in telefilm The Silence and in the feature production, Monkey Puzzle.
She also appeared in a film called Emulsion.
Lynch was featured in the video of Alex Lloyd's "Never Meant to Fail".
Lynch appeared in the play Constance Drinkwater and The Final Days of Somerset in Sydney in 2006. She played a daughter of Constance called Hope.
Lynch appeared in Capture the Flag, written and directed by Toby Schmitz, at the Old Fitzroy, Sydney (2007).
Lynch appeared in Emerald Falls, an Australian Channel Ten telemovie, shot partly in the Blue Mountains (New South Wales). It screened in March 2008.
Lynch played lawyer Erin O'Shaughnessy in the ABC TV drama Crownies (2011) and its spin-off Janet King (TV series) (2013).
Lynch played a police constable in the TV crime drama Underbelly: Badness (2012).
She currently stars as Shirley Ryan in Love Child.