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Dyanna Lynn is a stuntwoman and stunt actress who performed stunts in three episodes of the first season of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. She was uncredited for her appearances.

Lynn worked for seventeen years as a stuntwoman and did her last stunt in the film Landslide (2004, with Robert Pine and stunt coordinated by Chuck Borden). Today she is working as a producer for television projects with the aim to produce her own productions for children.

She has doubled for stars such as Kelly Preston and Ally Sheedy.

Among her stunt resume are films such as Ghetto Blaster (1989, stunt coordinated by Chuck Borden), Circuitry Man (1990, with Jim Metzler, Barbara Alyn Woods, Dennis Christopher, and stunts by George Colucci, B.J. Davis, Christopher Doyle, Ken Lesco, Kim Koscki, and Dennis Madalone), The Nutt House (1992, with Constance Towers, and stunts by Scott Leva, Chuck Borden, George Colucci, Ken Lesco, B.J. David, Christopher Doyle, Gene LeBell, Maria Kelly, Dennis Madalone, J. Suzanne Rampe, and Patricia Tallman), Test Tube Teens from the Year 2000 (1994, with Ian Abercrombie and Chuck Borden, and stunts by Linda Madalone), Red Ribbon Blues (1996, with David Spielberg, Leland Orser, and stunts by Christine Ann Baur, Bob Bralver, Spice Williams-Crosby, and Spiro Razatos), Gangland (2000, with Kristanna Loken and stunts by Peewee Piemonte and Tim Sitarz), and Confidence (2003, with Elle Alexander, Leland Orser, and Robert Pine).

Her resume also includes television series such as Renegade (starring Branscombe Richmond, Land's End (1996, with Ken Clark, Marcy Goldman, and Symba Smith), and I Dare You (2000).

Uncredited Star Trek appearances

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