Aimee-Lynn Chadwick

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Aimee-Lynn Chadwick

Aimee-Lynn Chadwick
Alma materCapachione School of Performing Arts
OccupationActress, Singer-songwriter
Years active2004-Present
Home townSandwich, Massachusetts
Websitewww.aimeelynnchadwick.com

Aimee-Lynn Chadwick is an American actress from Sandwich, Massachusetts.

Acting career[edit | hide all | hide | edit source]

Chadwick attended the Capachione School of Performing Arts. Chadwick had then performed a variety of stage plays such as Reno Sweeney in Anything Goes, Martha in The Secret Garden, Adelaide in Guys and Dolls and performed with Jon Secada in The Orange Bowl Half-Time Show in Miami, Florida. Following her studies at CSPA, she went on to study at The Boston Conservatory. After exhausting the opportunities available to her on the east coast, she decided to head west. Moving to Los Angeles with one-hundred dollars in her pocket and nothing but a dream, Ms. Chadwick lived on people’s couches for about 9 months until she found herself a small air mattress in the corner of an office room. Her long, hard haul finally paid off in 2003 when she landed a supporting role in the Warner Bros. feature, A Cinderella Story, as the quirky/punky, "shock jock" DJ Astrid. This role lead to other opportunities such as starring as Alice in the Special Edition Disney DVD of Alice in Wonderland and hosting DIRT (a children’s motocross show that traveled around the United States).[1] Soon afterwards, Aimee landed a guest spot on Nickelodeons’ Drake and Josh. In the short time she has been in LA, Aimee has landed many sought-after acting roles in independent and major motion pictures; most recently, leads in both Return of the Living Dead 4 & Return of the Living Dead 5 which filmed back-to-back in Romania. She played the role of Jessica (airdate September 22, 2009) in the series premiere of The Forgotten, opposite Christian Slater.

Aimee Lynn is also an accomplished singer. She has opened for Mandy Moore, Vitamin C and many more. She has also fronted the punk band Angels to Some and, for a short time, the music group Purple Planet. After that she went in the studio and began working on the album GENERATION NEXT with producer London Thompson. After returning from Romania, Aimee wanted to have a go at the band thing again and Chasing Aimee was born. Other side musical ventures include THE DUO experimental project with filmmaker TJ Nordaker called "The Charles Shaw Project" and Keram on his album "Come to Life".

In 2012 she starred in the comedy horror play Soul Less at Zombie Joe's Underground in North Hollywood.

Personal life[edit | hide | edit source]

Chadwick loves acting in both movies and television, and also loves performing her unique punk brand of rock-n-roll music.

Filmography[edit | hide | edit source]

Films[edit | hide | edit source]

Year Title Role Notes
2011 Prom Rachel
2009 All American Orgy Rachel Complete
2008 2 Dudes & a Dream Mandy Completed
2007 Trade School Girl Completed
The Greatest Show Ever Unknown Television
2006 State's Evidence Girl #1
The Iron Man Tennessee
2005 Return of the Living Dead: Rave from the Grave Becky Sequel
Return of the Living Dead: Necropolis Becky Sequel
2004 A Cinderella Story D.J. (Astrid)
Motocross Kids Sports Announcer

Television[edit | hide | edit source]

Year Title Role Notes
2008 The Forgotten Jessica 1 episode
2007 In Case of Emergency Off-Camera Singer 1 episode
Campus Ladies Becky 1 episode
2006 What About Brian Punker Girl 1 episode
2004 Drake & Josh Student 1 episode

References[edit | hide | edit source]

  1. "Chadwick, Aimee-Lynn 1984–." Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television. Gale. 2007. Retrieved August 14, 2012 from HighBeam Research: http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G2-2588600035.html

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