Lifetime ‘Revenge Best Served Chilled': 5 things you didn't know about Lynn Kim Do
'Revenge Best Served Chilled,' a Lifetime thriller, follows an aspiring sommelier who engages in a highly competitive training program in the hopes of saving her family's failing restaurant. Strange things start to happen after she arrives, and she runs into problems from her other competitors at every step. When numerous participants from the program inexplicably die, she is not only accused of their murders but also finds herself in grave peril.
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Lynn Kim Do
Lynn Kim Do, a Vietnamese actress based in New York City, is a West Coast native. Lynn has acted in a variety of mediums, including cinema and theater. As a trained actor, she has studied at the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, at HB Studios, and undergone Anthony Abeson's lengthy program. She speaks Vietnamese fluently and has occasionally dabbled as a creative producer. She is a big foodie, travel and style enthusiast. In the Lifetime movie, 'A Glass of Revenge,' she played the main lead role. Other film credits include 'Secrets On Sorority Row', 'The Last Call,' 'Will You Now or in the Future,' 'Old House,' 'Mr. Mumbles, 'Let's Do Nothing,' and 'Summer Breakers.' Lynn has also guest starred in 'FBI: Most Wanted'.
According to Lynn's Linkedin profile, she is also a creative producer, actor, and lifestyle blogger. Her abilities span several mediums, including immersive projects, video, social media, and still photography. She also provides brand consultancy services. Her visual prowess began when she began working in fashion public relations. What began as developing aesthetically appealing proposals to capture an editor's attention in seconds, inevitably led her to the realm of social media, where she strategized and produced photos, stop motion, and videos for clients such as Almay Cosmetics. Her visual and production expertise has helped her nail a long list of well-known projects, including the Fashion Show for Johns Hopkins Cancer Center, the lookbook production for denim brand Maggie Jeans, a nationally broadcasted Stomp Out Bullying PSA commercial, and the award-winning Revlon Love Is On a billboard in Time Square. She originated the name "Neckbreakin' Style" in 2010, which has now grown into a popular lifestyle and personal style blog. Neckbreakin's Style has been featured in magazines such as Lucky Magazine and WWD. She also co-founded The ESC Agency, which included customers such as BR Guest, Natori, and ProPlayer, to mention a few. She now works full-time as a freelancer.
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‘Revenge Best Served Chilled' premieres Saturday, May 14 at 8/7c on Lifetime Channel