Welcome to Evanna Lynch Online, the largest online resource for the Irish actress, Evanna Lynch! You may recognise Evanna as the eccentric Luna Lovegood from the record-breaking Harry Potter movie series. You can spot Evanna later in the year as a guest actor in Sky HD's newest miniseries, a modern adaptation, Sinbad, as well as frequent appearances in the webseries, Flat Whites, with co-stars Jessie Cave and Katie Leung.
Evanna is an active member of the Twitter world and you can follow her at @Evy_Lynch.
Evanna Lynch as Alehna Awaiting season 2 renewal Information - News - Photos A Very Potter Senior Year (2013)
Evanna Lynch as Luna Lovegood Live video to be released 2013
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G. B. F. (Gay Best Friend) (2013)
Evanna Lynch as McKenzie Price Slated 2013 release
Information - News - Photos It Don't Come Easy (2013)
Evanna Lynch as Ella Slated 2013 release
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- "Monster Butler" (2013)
- "Apex" (2013)
- "Stray Dogs" (2013)
Last November Evanna was over in the U.S. filming a short film in New York entitled “It Don’t Come Easy”. The film is the first work by aspiring writer-director, Sabrina Jaglom, and features Evanna in the lead role of Ella. “It Don’t Come Easy” is a New York University Advanced-level film student film. Some behind-the-scenes photos featuring Evanna and her co-stars Tom Sullivan and Jack Quaid have been added to the galleries courtesy of Nargle City, Facebook and this online VK.com album.
A magical realism romantic comedy/dark, modern fairytale.
A story about a girl who receives a journal and discovers it gives her the power to change people’s actions. She builds her perfect world but, by indulging her imagination, she is forced to learn that there are consequences to her actions and that, in life, things aren’t necessarily better if they come easily and you have to work for the things that are worth it.
Sorry this is late but here’s a quick little interview with actress Megan Mullally talking about her new film, an indie, called “G. B. F.”. Although no announcement was made of Evanna’s involvement in the film, Evanna was spotted in Los Angeles a handful of times during the filming period. “G.B. F.” stars Megan Mullally, Sasha Pieterse, Natasha Lyonne and Joanna ‘JoJo’ Levesque. The film will be released somtime next year (rumours placing it either in spring or summer).
Evanna plays McKenzie Price, a homophobic student who is also the head of the O.M.G. Prayer Club.
“G.B.F.” focuses on two closeted gay high school students — one shy but flamboyant, one more reserved. When shy guy Tanner is outed, he is picked up by the cool girls and he begins to surpass still-closeted Brent in popularity.
The first batch of photos featuring Evanna as the long lost sorceress’ daughter, Alehna, have been added to the galleries. Evanna’s episode, the final “Sinbad” episode for this season, will be premiereing next Sunday on September 23.
Last month, Herald.ie published a brand new interview with Evanna in which she talks about playing younger characters, potential future projects, and gives us a glimpse at her “Sinbad” character, Alehna.
The Irish star of the Harry Potter movies says her parents are now urging her to take a part in a historical movie.
Evanna Lynch (20), known to millions of Potter fans as Luna Lovegood in the big-budget franchise, says parents Donal and Marguerite would love to see her come back home to make a “nice historical movie”.
“I think our history is so rich and my dad is a history teacher and he’s always telling me stories and there’s so many things to write about and it’s just a pity the film industry here is struggling a bit,” she said.
“I think our historical dramas are just the best. Me and my family love The Wind That Shakes the Barley. Me and my mum were watching that and she was saying to me, ‘Would you never get a film like that?’
“I would love to work in Ireland. Everywhere else I have to go and get a visa.”
And the blonde actress said she would love a part in the TV hit series, Games of Thrones.
She recently made the transition from big screen to small with a role in the €22m fantasy series Sinbad.
It sees her coming into the Sky 1 programme in episode 12, when she takes on the role of Alehna, a 14-year-old rescued by Sinbad’s crew.
The baby-faced actress says it’s a mixed blessing being able to play a character six years younger than she is in real life.
“For a while, until I was about 18, I was always put in the 14 or 15 age bracket.
“My manager is like, ‘You want to stay young as long as possible.’ But it’s limiting the kind of roles you can do when you’re 14; they’re not as interesting,” she continued.
She is spending the next few weeks at home as she awaits news on her next new project and said she is relishing being back here for a while.
She will also be breathing a sigh of relief next month when she finally celebrates her milestone 21st birthday, because then she’ll be legally able to drink in America.