Born in New York, but raised in Florida, Lynne Koplitz never lost her Long Island bite. After graduating from Troy University in 1992 with a degree in Theatre Arts and receiving a masters in Education Language Arts, Lynne began following her passion into comedy. Since that day, she has experienced a whirlwind of success on both stage and television. Lynne became the first woman since Roseanne Barr to sign a development deal with legendary producer Tom Werner at Warner Brothers.
On television, Lynne is a regular on Joan and Melissa: Joan Knows Best. She also starred on the IFC cult favorite Z Rock. Lynne has been featured on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn and her special; Comedy Central Presents Lynne Koplitz is currently in rotation. Koplitz can be heard co-hosting the radio show Star Talk with legendary astrophysicist Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson and seen as a panelist on the History Channel’s History of the Joke hosted by Lewis Black. Lynne is also a featured comedian in Jenny McCarthy’s Epix comedy special “Dirty, Sexy, Funny.”
Lynne has been headlining comedy clubs across the country for over fifteen years. She is a regular at all of the New York clubs including the prestigious Comedy Cellar, which found artists from Jerry Seinfeld to Chris Rock. Currently single, Lynne resides on both coasts with her faithful Yorkie companion, Aldo.