Jane Lynch is currently one of the busiest and hard-working actresses in Hollywood and has been that way for a while now. After making her big screen debut in the 1988 Body Change comedy Upside down, Lynch has accumulated more than 215 film and television credits.
He has won Emmy and Golden Globe Awards for his seminal performance on the hit show. Joy, and recently won a second Primetime Emmy for her guest role on Amazon The wonderful Mrs. Maisel. Lynch also won back-to-back Emmy Awards for hosting the game show. Hollywood game night, which bodes well for her new job as an NBC host. The weakest link restart. He also appeared in some notable movies.
10 Rio (2011) – 6.9
Lynch has lent her voice to countless animated features during her three-decade career and counting. In River, lent her voice for the role of Alice, The Other Goose.
The film follows Blu (Jesse Eisenberg), a baby macaw who is kidnapped in his native Brazil and brought to the United States to be sold for profit. When Blu falls off the delivery truck and is picked up by a girl in Minnesota, the bird spends the next 15 years in captivity. Upon meeting a macaw named Jewel, the two set out on an epic pilgrimage back home to South America.
9 Ice Age: Dawn Of The Dinosaurs (2009) – 6.9
Lynch also worked with River the director Carlos Saldanha in Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, lending her voice to the role of Diatryma Mom. The film follows Sid (John Leguizamo), who steals a trio of dinosaur eggs in order to start his own family.
After the robbery, Sid is kidnapped by the mother of the three eggs and sent to a heartbreaking underground lair to fend for himself. The more in danger Sid is, the faster his friends Manny, Ellie and Diego must rescue him.
8 Paul (2011) – 7.0
Greg mottola Paul tells the story of Graeme (Simon Pegg) and Clive (Nick Frost), a pair of UFO-obsessed comic book enthusiasts who concoct a far-fetched plan to infiltrate Area 51 and witness real alien life.
In their search, the two men meet Paul (Seth Rogen), a foul-mouthed little alien who leads an adventurous road trip back to his fleeting mothership. Lynch plays a supporting character named Pat Stevens that the trio encounters during their stay.
7 Ralph Breaks the Internet (2018) – 7.0
Lynch reprized his role as Calhoun in Ralph breaks the internet, the most recent film in which he has participated. Released several years after the original, the sequel finds Ralph (John C. Reilly) trapped inside a racing arcade with his best friend, Vanellope (Sarah Silverman).
Due to a technological glitch, Ralph and Vanellope travel the Internet in an attempt to obtain the proper cable that will help them restore their game.
6 The 40 Year Old Virgin (2005) – 7.1
At Judd Apatow’s The 40-year-old virgin, Lynch plays Paula, Andy’s (Steve Carell) aggressive and hypersexual boss, who continues to overindulge during business hours.
Painfully shy and awkward, Andy’s immature friends and co-workers try to help him finally lose his virginity. But when Andy meets Trish (Catherine Keener), a genuine romance blooms that allows Andy to stay true to himself while finding authentic love.
5 The Hammer (2007) – 7.2
Whereas Lynch simply makes an uncredited cameo as a “woman arguing with Jerry”, The hammer it still ranks among your highest rated movies, per IMDb.
Instead of a virgin, The hammer centers on a 40-year-old boxer named Jerry Ferro (Adam Carolla) trying to regain the boxing glory he enjoyed 20 years earlier. With a small chance to be on the Olympic team, Jerry rigorously climbs the ranks of the ring in an attempt to realize his childhood dream.
4 A Mighty Wind (2003) – 7.2
Along with John Michael Higgins, Lynch plays a member of the Witches in Natures Color (WINC) folk song in Christopher Guest’s mockumentary. A mighty wind. I mean, they both love color and channel energy in their popular songs.
The film revolves around a gathering festival of folk music and the various participants in the twilight of their careers. Much of the drama centers on Mitch (Eugene Levy) and Mickey (Catherine O’Hara), two estranged former lovers who can’t help but make beautiful music in each other’s presence.
3 Best in Show (2000) – 7.5
In Christopher Guest’s incisive satire on The National Dog Show, Lynch plays the formidable reigning champion, Christy Cummings, the caretaker of a precious poodle named Rhapsody in White.
The poodle’s biggest competition to repeat as champion comes from Winky, a Norwich terrier owned by the odd couple Cookie (Catherine O’Hara) and Gerry Fleck (Eugene Levy). Meanwhile, Christy has an illicit affair with her employer, Sherri Ann Cabot (Jennifer Coolidge).
two Wreck-It Ralph (2012) – 7.7
Compared to its sequel, Lynch played a much larger role as Sergeant Tamora Jean Calhoun in Break up ralph. As the main character in the Hero’s Duty video game, Calhoun helps Felix find Ralph within the racing game Sugar Rush.
Meanwhile, all Ralph wants to do is leave his villainous nature behind and become the heroic figure of his video game. His wish comes true in part when he manages to save Vanellope from a terminal failure that nearly puts her out of commission.
one The Fugitive (1993) – 7.8
Lynch leaves a small but lasting impression on The fugitive, playing Dr. Richard Kimble’s former medical colleague who’s willing to help him while he’s on the run.
Falsely accused of murdering his wife, Kimble escapes from a prison transport bus and immediately sets out to prove his innocence by finding the real culprit. Kimble spends years in hiding as he systematically works to identify the one-armed man who murdered his wife in cold blood and framed him for it. It is Lynch’s character, Kathy, who enables Kimble to solve the crime.
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