“Aimee-Lynn Chadwick is one of the most talented actresses I’ve worked with and would again, in a heartbeat.”
—Michael Lindsay-Hogg, Director
“Aimee is a writer's dream-come-true, and this writer considers himself extraordinarily lucky to have met her. Without Aimee there would be no Tinsel. It's that simple.”
—David C Barry, Creator
Aimee Lynn Chadwick comes from the small Cape Cod town of Sandwich, MA. She attended the prestigious Capachione School of Performing Arts as well as The Boston Conservatory. She has since performed a variety of leading roles in stage plays including Reno Sweeney in ANYTHING GOES, Martha in THE SECRET GARDEN, Adelaide in GUYS AND DOLLS and, most recently, Audrey in LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS at Park City's Egyptian Theatre.
In 2003 Aimee moved to LA and landed her first film role in the Warner Bros. feature A CINDERELLA STORY as the quirky/punky, "Shock Jock" DJ Astrid. This role quickly opened doors to other opportunities such as starring as Alice in the Special Edition Disney DVD of ALICE IN WONDERLAND, Disney's PROM and hosting DIRT (a children's motocross show that traveled around the United States). In the time she has been in LA, Aimee has appeared in both independent and major motion pictures, as well as many network TV shows, such as THE MENTALIST, THE CLOSER, RIZOLLI AND ISLES alongside some of the industry’s top talent. To date, though, the role she is most proud of is playing Tinsel Townsend in the web series TINSEL’S TOWN.
Aside from acting Aimee Lynn is also an accomplished singer and songwriter. She has opened for Mandy Moore, Vitamin C, has fronted numerous bands and has collaborated with some of the most talented musicians and producers in LA. She is currently working on her latest solo record, a follow up her album "Generation Next", which she created with producer London Thompson (it is available on iTunes by clicking here). Above all, Aimee Lynn is a true artist at heart, and loves nothing more than to bring her life experiences and her soul to whatever platform is available to her, be it stage or screen.