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Jonathan Lynn

Jonathan Lynn (born April 3, 1943), is a British actor and comedy writer.

Born in Bath, England, Lynn studied Law at the University of Cambridge (where he participated in the Footlights revue[?], but by the 1960s was appearing in and writing television sitcoms.

As an actor, his most memorable role was as Beryl's boyfriend in early series of The Liver Birds[?]. As a writer, he worked on On the Buses[?] and wrote for Harry Worth before hitting the big time, in partnership with Antony Jay[?], as writer of the Yes, Minister and Yes, Prime Minister series. He has also written films such as Nuns on the Run.



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