Who Is Lynne Koplitz?
American actress and stand-up comedian Lynne Koplitz. Koplitz hosted the nationally syndicated dating program Change of Heart for Telepictures, appeared as a guest host on NBC’s Later, co-hosted How to Boil Water on the Food Network, and co-hosted the syndicated talk show Life and Style for Sony Pictures. Several Comedy Central specials, such as Premium Blend and Comedy Central Presents, have featured her stand-up. She gave a performance at the Montreal comedy festival Just for Laughs.
Who Is Lynne Koplitz Husband?
According to the sources, this talented standard American actress and stand-up comedian is extremely tight-lipped about her family and household. This actress and comedian though, 53 years, isn’t married. She is extremely practical about her life and wishes to keep her private life close to her heart.
Lynne Koplitz Biography
|Full Name||Lynne Koplitz|
|Date Of Birth||June 13, 1969|
Lynne Koplitz Career
Koplitz is one of the comedians contributing to Lewis Black’s History of the Joke program on the History Channel. Koplitz appeared in several commercials for Troy University, her alma mater. Along with Jules Asner and Kimora Lee Simmons, she co-starred on the NBC programs Extra, The Other Half, and Shop & Style, as well as the syndicated talk show Life & Style from Sony. Additionally, Lynne had a Comedy Central Presents: Lynne Koplitz half-hour special. She appeared in a Midol commercial. On IFC’s Z Rock, Koplitz also portrayed Dina, the band ZO2’s manager. She co-hosted the StarTalk podcast’s premiere episode in 2009 with renowned astrophysicist Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Lynne Koplitz Net Worth
An American actress and comedian, Lynne Koplitz, has a $1 – $5 million net worth. Born in Long Island, New York, in the year 1969, Lynne Koplitz attended Troy University in Alabama to study theatre arts. Before returning to her native state, she began performing in Knoxville, Tennessee. She took on the role of host of the popular dating and relationships program “Change of Heart” and took part in a Comedy Central roast of Chevy Chase in 2002. Before emerging as herself on “The Greg Giraldo Show,” she hosted “Life & Style.” Before starring in the documentary “History of the Joke,” she landed a “Comedy Central Presents” special.
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