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Lynn Benesch, born Lynn Benish in Westchester, New York, aka Lynn Chester, is an American actress and singer, best known for her role as Meredith Lord Wolek on the daytime drama One Life to Live from 1969 to 1973.Encyclopedia of Television Series, Pilots and Specials: 1974-1984 Vincent TerraceDaytime TV August 1987 interview. In 1972 she won praise for her portrayal as a mother who had twins and one was stillborn; this led to addressing the issues around postpartum depression which was still struggling to be understood as a legitimate medical concern.The One Life to Live Gerry Waggett She briefly reprised the role in 1987, when her character's sister Victoria Lord, having an out of body experience, took a trip to Heaven and reunited her with deceased loved ones.The soap opera encyclopedia Christopher Schemering As Lynn Chester her theatrical credits include "Wait Until Dark" with Shirley Jones and "Star-Spangled Girl" with Anthony Perkins as well as the television series "General Hospital".
A gifted singer and songwriter, she appeared with Skitch Henderson, and Wayland Pickard, with whom she co-wrote original songs which she performs in BBC-5's American import, radio soap opera "Milford-Haven" music episodes.Judith Robinson, "Whatever Happened To Lynn Benesch?", Soap Opera Digest, February 12, 1985. She was a kindergarten teacher before going into acting and when younger she put on shows for Vietnam vets who were confined to a VA hospital in the late 1960s and early 1970s along with a childhood friend.

Filmography

According to All Media Guide/New York Times:
  • The Doctors as NoraThe encyclopedia of TV science fiction Roger Fulton
  • One Life to Live (1969-1973, 1987) - as Meredith "Merrie" LordThe complete encyclopedia of television programs, 1947-1979, Volume 2 Vincent TerraceTotal television: the comprehensive guide to programming from 1948 to the present Alex McNeil
  • Comedy Tonight (1970)Experimental television, test films, pilots, and trial series, 1925 through 1995 Vincent Terrace
  • Planet of the Apes (1974)Planet of the apes as American myth: race, politics, and popular culture Eric GreenePlanet of the apes: an unofficial companion David HofstedeScience fiction television series: episode guides, histories, and casts and credits for 62 prime time shows, 1959 through 1989 Mark Phillips, Frank Garcia
  • Gunsmoke (1975) - as ZoeTelevision westerns episode guide: all United States series, 1949-1996 Harris M. Lentz
  • Happy Days (1976) - as Miss FranklinJohn Willis' Screen world 1979
  • The Next Step Beyond (1978) (sequel series to One Step Beyond)An Analytical Guide to Television's One Step Beyond, 1959-1961 John Kenneth MuirScience fiction, horror and fantasy film and television credits Harris M. Lentz
  • How the West Was Won (1978) - as MinaTelevision drama series programming: a comprehensive chronicle, 1975-1980 Larry James Gianakos
  • Rhoda (1978)Television, 1970-1980 Vincemt Terrace
  • The Great Brain (1978)The motion picture guide, Volume 3 Jay Robert Nash, Stanley Ralph Ross
  • Starsky and Hutch (1979) - as Candy Reese
  • Hanging In (1979) - as Mona
  • Hunter's Moon (1979)Motion picture players' credits: worldwide performers of 1967 through 1980 with filmographies of their entire careers, 1905-1983 Jeffrey Oliviero
  • Little House on the Prairie: What Ever Happened to the Class of '56? (1980) - as Amy Phillips Sawyer"TV guide", Volume 28, 1979
  • The Sophisticated Gents (1981) - as Renee MarcusVariety international show business reference, 1983 Mike Kaplan
  • Command 5 (1985) - as Ann BryanMovies made for television: the telefeature and the mini-series, 1964-1986 Alvin H. Marill
  • The Young and the Restless (1986) - as Beverly Stark
  • Daytimes' Greatest Weddings'' (2004) - as Meredeth Lord Wolek

Category:Living people
Category:American soap opera actresses
Category:American television actresses
Category:Actresses from New York (state)
Category:20th-century American actresses
Category:1940 births
 
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