David Lynch

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David Lynch

American filmmaker, television director, visual artist, musician and actoradd

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1946.

Countries: United States (49%), France (10%), United Kingdom (10%)

Main connections: Twin Peaks, Mulholland Drive (film), Blue Velvet (film)

Linked to: Hotel particulier, American Film Institute, Democratic Party, Lumiere and Company




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Lynch was born in Missoula, Montana on January 20, 1946. add something


Kenneth Anger - For instance, in "Scorpio Rising" he makes use of the 1950s pop songs "Torture" by Kris Jensen, "I Will Follow Him" by Little Peggy March and "Blue Velvet" by Bobby Vinton, something that he believed was later copied by David Lynch in his 1986 movie "Blue Velvet"


Kennedy, which took place on Lynch's birthday in 1961. add something


At Francis C. Hammond High School in Alexandria, Virginia, he did poorly academically, having little interest in school work, but was popular with other students, and after leaving decided that he wanted to study painting at college, thereby beginning his studies at School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in 1964, where he was a roommate of Peter Wolf. add something


In 1967, he married Peggy Lentz in Chicago, Illinois. add something


They had one child, Jennifer Chambers Lynch, born in 1968, who is a film director. add something


Roy Orbison - His career stagnated through the 1970s, but several covers of his songs and the use of "In Dreams" in David Lynch's "Blue Velvet" revived his career in the 1980s


Jack Nance - In the 1970s, Nance met David Lynch, who cast him as the lead in "Eraserhead"


In 1971 Lynch moved with his wife and daughter to Los Angeles , where he began studying filmmaking at the AFI Conservatory, a place that he would later describe as being "completely chaotic and disorganized, which was great… you quickly learned that if you were going to get something done, you would have to do it yourself. add something


Filming, which began in 1972, took place at night in some abandoned stables, allowing the production team, which was largely Lynch and some of his friends, including Sissy Spacek, Jack Fisk, cinematographer Frederick Elmes and sound designer Alan Splet to set up a camera room, green room, editing room, sets as well as a food room and a bathroom. add something


Developing from ideas that Lynch had had since 1973, the resulting film, Blue Velvet, was set in the fictional town of Lumberton, USA, and revolves around a college student named Jeffrey Beaumont, who finds a severed ear in a field. add something


He was first initiated into Transcendental Meditation in July 1973, and has practiced the technique consistently since. add something


It was in one such break in 1974 that Lynch created a short film entitled The Amputee, which revolved around a woman with two amputated legs (played by Jack Nance's wife, Catherine Coulson) reading aloud a letter and having her stumps washed by a doctor. add something


Angelo Badalamenti - Badalamenti scored films such as "Gordon's War", and "Law and Disorder", but his big break came when he was brought in to be Isabella Rossellini's singing coach for the song "Blue Velvet" in David Lynch's 1986 film "Blue Velvet"


Eraserhead was finally finished in 1976, after five years of production. add something


Peter Ivers - In 1976, Ivers was asked by David Lynch to write a song for his movie, "Eraserhead"


He was very supportive of the movie, helping to distribute it around the United States in 1977, and Eraserhead subsequently became popular on the midnight movie underground circuit, and was later described as one of the most important midnight movies of the seventies along with El Topo, Pink Flamingos, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, The Harder They Come and Night of the Living Dead. add something


In 1977, Lynch would remarry, this time to a woman named Mary Fisk. add something


On June 21, 1977, Lynch married Mary Fisk, and the couple had one child, Austin Jack Lynch, born in 1982. add something


Jeanne Bates - Bates, who taught acting, appeared, as Mrs. X, in David Lynch's "Eraserhead" in 1977


Darwin Joston - He played Paul, the beleaguered pencil-factory clerk, in David Lynch's classic 1977 cult film, "Eraserhead"


J. Hoberman - Indeed, his first published film review appeared in 1977 for David Lynch's seminal debut film "Eraserhead"


Joseph Merrick - In 1979, Bernard Pomerance's play about Merrick called "The Elephant Man" débuted, and David Lynch's film, called "The Elephant Man", was released the following year


During the late 1980s, Lynch had begun to work in television as well as cinema, directing a short piece entitled The Cowboy and the Frenchman for French television in 1989. add something


Joseph Merrick - In 1980 David Lynch released "The Elephant Man" film, which received eight Academy *award nominations


Lesley Dunlop - In 1980, she played Nora, the nurse who is at first terrified by "The Elephant Man" and befriends John Hurt's character in David Lynch's 1980 Oscar winning film


Blue Velvet (film) - "Blue Velvet" now frequently appears in various critical assessments of all-time great films, ranked as one of the greatest films of the 1980s, one of the best examples of American surrealism and one of the finest examples of David Lynch's work


Patrick Stewart - He had minor roles in several films such as King Leondegrance in John Boorman's "Excalibur" , the character Gurney Halleck in David Lynch's 1984 film version of "Dune" and Dr. Armstrong in Tobe Hooper's "Lifeforce"


Deep End (film) - In an interview with NME in 1982, David Lynch described "Deep End" as "I don´t like colour movies and I can hardly think about colour


Between 1983 and 1992, Lynch wrote and drew a weekly comic strip called The Angriest Dog in the World for the L.A. Reader. add something


Meanwhile in 1983 he had begun the writing and drawing of a comic strip, The Angriest Dog in the World, which featured unchanging graphics of a tethered dog that was so angry that it could not move, alongside cryptic philosophical references. add something


The Police - Also in 1983, Sting filmed his first big-budget movie role playing Feyd-Rautha in David Lynch's "Dune"


Frank Herbert - A film of the novel, "Dune", was directed by David Lynch in 1984


Brian Eno - In 1984, he composed and performed the "Prophecy Theme" for the David Lynch film "Dune"; the rest of the soundtrack was composed and performed by the group Toto


Dean Stockwell - In 1984, he appeared in Wim Wenders' critically acclaimed film "Paris, Texas", and in that same year, in David Lynch's film version of "Dune" as Wellington Yueh


Alejandro Jodorowsky - The production for the film collapsed, and the rights for filming were sold once more, this time to Dino de Laurentiis, who employed the American filmmaker David Lynch to direct, creating the film "Dune" in 1984


Frances Bay - In 1986, Bay appeared as the doddery aunt of Kyle MacLachlan's character in David Lynch's "Blue Velvet"


Blue Velvet (film) - "'Blue Velvet"' is a 1986 American psychological horror film, written and directed by David Lynch


Frank Booth (Blue Velvet) - "'Frank Booth"' is a fictional character and the main antagonist of David Lynch's 1986 psychological thriller "Blue Velvet", portrayed by Dennis Hopper


Nicolas Cage - Other Cage roles included appearances in the acclaimed 1987 romantic-comedy Moonstruck, starring Cher; The Coen Brothers cult-classic comedy Raising Arizona; David Lynch's 1990 offbeat film Wild at Heart; a lead role in Martin Scorsese's 1999 New York City paramedic drama Bringing Out the Dead; and Ridley Scott's 2003 quirky drama Matchstick Men, in which he played an agoraphobic, mysophobic, obsessive-compulsive con artist with a tic disorder.


Five one-man exhibitions between 1989 and 1991 emphasized Lynch?s roots in fine art and painting, and a rash of ads, including a teaser trailer for Michael Jackson's 'Dangerous' tour, confirmed the demand for the Lynch touch? In an unlikely scenario for the maker of Eraserhead, Lynch had become an influential and fashionable brand name. add something


While Twin Peaks was in production, the Brooklyn Academy of Music asked Lynch and the composer Angelo Badalamenti, who had been responsible for the music in Twin Peaks, to create a theatrical piece which would only be performed twice at their academy in New York City in 1989 as a part of the New Music America Festival. add something


Chris Isaak - Though released on the 1989 album "Heart Shaped World", an instrumental version of the song was later featured in the 1990 David Lynch film "Wild at Heart"


David Lynch produced a fifty-minute video of the performance in 1990. add something


Eric Da Re - After a few more roles in TV movies he landed the role of Leo Johnson in the 1990 cult classic "Twin Peaks", created by David Lynch


Anthony Heinsbergen - High profile work of this type includes murals for the Wiltern Theatre, the Oakland Paramount Theater, the Warner Grand Theatre in San Pedro, California, and the United Artists flagship theatre in downtown Los Angeles , plus the vaulted ceiling of the city's Park Plaza Hotel which can be seen in the opening sequences of the 1990 David Lynch film "Wild at Heart"


Piper Laurie - In 1990-91, she starred as the devious Catherine Martell in David Lynch's television series "Twin Peaks"


Barry Gifford - The first of the series, "Wild at Heart", was adapted by director David Lynch for the 1990 film of the same title


Eli Roth - Through his internship with producer Fred Zollo in years prior, Roth met David Lynch and remained in contact with him over the years, eventually producing content for Lynch with his fledgling website in the late 1990s


Wild at Heart (film) - "'Wild at Heart"' is a 1990 American crime thriller film written and directed by David Lynch, and based on Barry Gifford's 1989 novel of the same name


Lynch and Rossellini broke up in 1991, and Lynch developed a relationship with Mary Sweeney, with whom he had one son, Riley Lynch, in 1992. add something


Frank Capra - He had created feelgood entertainments before the phrase was invented, and his influence on culture—from Steven Spielberg to David Lynch, and from television soap operas to greeting-card sentiments—is simply too huge to calculate.


Heather Graham - She has been practicing Transcendental Meditation since 1991 after being introduced to it by David Lynch


Billy Zane - Zane forayed into television work, and in 1991 he appeared as John Justice Wheeler in several episodes of David Lynch's hit TV-show "Twin Peaks"


Opium (perfume) - In 1992 and 1999, U.S. film director David Lynch created commercials for "Opium"


Deborah Kara Unger - In 1993 she starred in David Lynch's HBO mini-series "Hotel Room"


Linda Scott - The CD compilation album, "The Complete Hits of Linda Scott", was released by Eric Records in 1995; while her recording of "I've Told Every Little Star" was included in director David Lynch's film, "Mulholland Drive"


In 1997 he released the non-linear, noiresque Lost Highway, co-written by Barry Gifford and starring Bill Pullman and Patricia Arquette. add something


In April 1997 he presented a furniture collection at the prestigious Milan Furniture Fair in Italy. add something


Marilyn Manson - Manson made his film debut in 1997, as an actor in David Lynch's "Lost Highway"


Dru Berrymore - She had a small uncredited role in David Lynch's 1997 film "Lost Highway"


Lynch has worked on the 1998 Jocelyn Montgomery album Lux Vivens. add something


Melissa George - After a supporting role in Steven Soderbergh's 1999 neo-noir crime film "The Limey", she was cast in a supporting role, Cleo Miller, in the 2001 black comedy "Sugar & Spice" and had a minor role in David Lynch's critically acclaimed "Mulholland Drive," which opened at the 2001 Cannes Film Festival


Shinji Mikami - The name of the studio is taken from the 1999 David Lynch film


The Straight Story - "'The Straight Story"' is a 1999 biographical drama film directed by David Lynch


Politically, Lynch endorsed the Natural Law Party in the 2000 presidential election and has said that he is "not a political person". add something


Julia Ormond - In the 2000s, Ormond worked in various projects, including David Lynch's 2006 film "Inland Empire" and in 2007's "I Know Who Killed Me" alongside Lindsay Lohan


Bob, a rock album performed by Lynch and John Neff. add something


The film performed relatively well at the box office worldwide and was a critical success, earning Lynch a Best Director prize at the 2001 Cannes Film Festival (shared with Joel Coen for The Man Who Wasn't There) and a Best Director award from the New York Film Critics Association. add something


Billy Ray Cyrus - He had a small part in David Lynch's 2001 film "Mulholland Drive" as Gene, a pool cleaner who had been having an affair with the wife of Adam Kesher


Ann Miller - In 2001 she took her last role, playing Coco in auteur director David Lynch's critically acclaimed "Mulholland Drive"


Lisa Lackey - In 2001, Lackey appeared in David Lynch's film "Mulholland Dr.", in which she played the role of Carol, a singer auditioning with Adam Kesher for the part eventually given to Camilla Rhodes


Lee Grant - In 2001, Lee Grant portrayed Louise Bonner in David Lynch's critically acclaimed "Mullholland Drive"


Jennifer Syme - In tribute to Syme's memory, David Lynch dedicated the 2001 film "Mulholland Drive" to her


Naomi Watts - Watts gained critical acclaim following her work in David Lynch's 2001 psychological thriller "Mulholland Drive", starring alongside Justin Theroux and Laura Harring


Mulholland Drive (film) - "'Mulholland Drive"' is a 2001 American neo-noir mystery film written and directed by David Lynch and starring Naomi Watts, Laura Harring, and Justin Theroux


In 2002, he created a series of online shorts entitled Dumbland. add something


He reportedly became close with Maharishi during a month-long "Millionaire's Enlightenment Course" held in 2003, the fee for which was US$1 million. add something


Maharishi Mahesh Yogi - In 2003, David Lynch began a fundraising project to raise USD 1 billion "on behalf of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi" to build a meditation centre large enough to hold 8,000 skilled practitioners


Lynch is on the board of trustees of Maharishi University of Management, and has hosted an annual "David Lynch Weekend for World Peace and Meditation" there since 2005. add something


In July 2005, he launched the David Lynch Foundation For Consciousness-Based Education and Peace, established to help finance scholarships for students in middle and high schools who are interested in learning the Transcendental Meditation technique and to fund research on the technique and its effects on learning. add something


He promotes his vision on college campuses with tours that began in September 2005. add something


As of December 2005, he had spent $400,000 of personal money, and raised $1 million in donations. add something


An absurd ringtone ("I like to kill deer") from the website was a common sound bite on The Howard Stern Show in early 2006. add something


In 2006, Lynch's feature film Inland Empire was released. add something


Lynch married actress Emily Stofle, who appeared in his 2006 film Inland Empire, in February, 2009. add something


In December 2006, the New York Times reported that he continued to have that goal. add something


Cameron Daddo - He went on to appear as Devon Berk's manager in David Lynch's 2006 film "Inland Empire"


Laura Dern - In 2006, David Lynch and Dern reunited for "Inland Empire" and, in 2006, Dern had a supporting role in "Lonely Hearts"


Grace Zabriskie - She was chosen by David Lynch to appear as a sinister Polish neighbour in "Inland Empire" in 2006


Ben Harper - Though uncredited, he appears briefly in the 2006 David Lynch film "Inland Empire", alongside his wife Laura Dern


Inland Empire (film) - "'Inland Empire"' is a 2006 mystery film written and directed by David Lynch and was his first feature film since 2001's "Mulholland Drive"


Inland Empire (film) - Instead, it premiered at Italy's Venice Film Festival on September 6, 2006, where David Lynch received the Golden Lion lifetime achievement *award for his "contributions to the art of cinema


Lynch was the subject of a major art retrospective at the Fondation Cartier, Paris from March 3 – May 27, 2007. add something


Frank Silva - According to David Lynch on the 2007 Gold Edition DVD release of Twin Peaks, Lynch was upstairs in the Laura Palmer house, near Silva as he worked, and suddenly realized that Silva might have a place in the show


Blue Velvet (film) - During an online Q&A session in 2007, Ebert said he still had negativity regarding how Rossellini was depicted but said he should re-visit "Blue Velvet" and that David Lynch was a good director


Optigan - Film director and sound designer David Lynch sampled "Big Band Beat" as part of his soundscape "The Air is On Fire", produced as ambience for a 2007 art exhibition


Optigan - Film director and sound designer David Lynch sampled "Big Band Beat" as part of his soundscape "The Air is On Fire", produced as ambience for a 2007 art exhibition


Raquel Zimmermann - In 2007 Zimmermann appeared on the cover of "V" and in the first ever television commercial by Gucci for its new fragrance, Gucci by Gucci directed by David Lynch


Christian Louboutin - In 2007, he collaborated with the film-maker David Lynch on "Fetish", an exhibition of his shoes in Lynch's photographs as erotic sculptural objects including ballet pumps made vertical by an impossible heel, or shoes with heels projecting inches beyond the sole


Sydney Underground Film Festival - In 2007, the festival screened over 100 films, including a range of diverse and original films from Sydney filmmakers and filmmakers such as David Lynch, Martha Colburn, David Firth, Virgil Widrich, Bill Morrison, Abigail Child, Albie Thoms, David Perry, Paul Winkler and Dirk De Bruyn


In 2008, he started his own record label called David Lynch MC on which its first release Fox Bat Strategy: A Tribute to Dave Jaurequi was released in early 2009. add something


Lynch attended the funeral of the Maharishi in India in 2008. add something


In 2009, Lynch organized a benefit concert at Radio City Music Hall for the David Lynch Foundation. add something


In 2009, Lynch produced a documentary web series directed by his son, Austin Lynch and friend Jason S. called Interview Project. add something


In 2009, he went to India to film interviews with people who knew the Maharishi as part of a biographical documentary. add something


In 2009, his new book-CD set Dark Night of the Soul was released. add something


In August 2009, it was announced that he was releasing Afghani/American singer Ariana Delawari's Lion of Panjshir album in conjunction with Manimal Vinyl Records in October 2009. add something


Chloe Sevigny - In 2009, Sevigny starred in the independent psychological thriller film "The Killing Room", and Werner Herzog's "My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done", a crime horror film based on murderer Mark Yavorsky, produced by David Lynch


Vic Chesnutt - In 2009, he sang on the track "Grim Augury" on from the album "Dark Night of the Soul" by Danger Mouse of Gnarls Barkley, Sparklehorse, and director David Lynch


Cologne Conference - In 2009, the *award was bestowed to Roman Polanski but the Polish/French movie director was not able to receive the prize on October 3 in Cologne as he was arrested on September 26 during his journey to the Zurich Film Festival, which caused a worldwide sensation. in 2010, David Lynch was presented with the "Cologne Film *award" for his groundbreaking work in television and cinema


Maharishi Mahesh Yogi - In a press conference on April 3, 2009, prior to his performance at the David Lynch Foundation benefit concert "Change Begins Within", Paul McCartney commented that Transcendental Meditation was a gift The Beatles had received from Maharishi at a time when they were looking for something to stabilise them


James McCartney - He made his US performing debut with his own original solo material on 14 November 2009 at the Fairfield, Iowa Arts & Convention Center, during the Fourth Annual David Lynch Weekend for World Peace and Meditation in Fairfield, Iowa


David Lynch – Un cinema du malefique, by Enrique Seknadje, Editions Camion Noir, 2010. add something


In 2010, Lynch began making guest appearances on the Family Guy spin-off, The Cleveland Show as Gus the Bartender. add something


David Wants to Fly, released in May 2010, is a documentary by German filmmaker David Sieveking "that follows the path of his professional idol, David Lynch, into the world of Transcendental Meditation. add something


Lady Blue Shanghai, written, directed and edited by Lynch, is a 16-minute promotional film made for Dior and released on the Internet in May 2010. add something


In November 2010, Lynch released two electro pop music singles, "Good Day Today" and "I Know", through the independent British label Sunday Best Recordings. add something


Jacques Tati - As guest Artistic Director at AFI FEST 2010, David Lynch selected Tati's "Mon Oncle" alongside "Hour of the Wolf" , "Lolita" , "Rear Window" and "Sunset Boulevard" to be screened in his sidebar program, explaining that,


Marilyn Manson - Manson revealed a series of 20 paintings in 2010 entitled "Genealogies of Pain", an exhibition showcased at Vienna's Kunsthalle gallery which the artist collaborated on with David Lynch


Dennis Hopper - Surrounded by friends including Jack Nicholson, Viggo Mortensen, David Lynch, Michael_Madsen, family and fans, he attended its addition to the sidewalk on March 26, 2010.


Filmmaker Kevin Sean Michaels is one of the producers and the film will be at film festivals in 2011. add something


Lynch directed a concert by English New Wave band Duran Duran on March 23, 2011. add something


Lynch directed a concert by English New Wave band Duran Duran on March 23, 2011 add something


The animated short "I Touch a Red Button Man", a collaboration between Lynch and the band & Interpol, played in the background during Interpol's concert at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in April 2011 add something


On September 29, 2011, Lynch released "This Train" with vocalist and long-time musical collaborator Chrysta Bell on the La Rose Noire label add something


The singles were followed by an album, "Crazy Clown Time", which was released in November 2011 and described as an "electronic blues album" add something


Frank Booth (Blue Velvet) - Rolling Stone - In a 2011 interview with "Rolling Stone", David Lynch was asked "Who is a more dangerous gentleman, Frank Booth or Marcellus Santos-" and Lynch replied "That's a good question


Twin Peaks - In March 2011, David Lynch began releasing previously unavailable tracks from the series and the film via his website


In a June 2012 "Los Angeles Times" interview, Lynch stated that he lacked the inspiration to start a new movie project, but "If I got an idea that I fell in love with, I'd go to work tomorrow add something


In September 2012, Lynch appeared in the three-part "Late Show" arc on FX's "Louie" as Jack Dahl add something


In November 2012, Lynch hinted at plans for a new film while attending Plus Camerimage in Bydgoszcz, Poland add something


In the Mood for Love - In the 2012 "Sight & Sound" critics poll, "In the Mood for Love" appeared at number 24, making it the highest ranked film from the 2000s and one of only two films from the 2000s to be listed in the top 50 films of all time, along with David Lynch's "Mulholland Drive"


Thomas Devaux - In January 2012 filmmaker David Lynch exhibited his photos during the inauguration of his new Paris nightclub, Silencio


"Idem Paris", a short documentary film about the lithographic process, was released online in February 2013 add something


It was announced on June 3, 2013 alongside the release of the album's lead single, "I'm Waiting Here", featuring Swedish singer-songwriter Lykke Li add something


On June 28, 2013, a music video directed by Lynch for the Nine Inch Nails song Came Back Haunted was released add something


Lynch's second studio album, "The Big Dream", is due to be released on July 15, 2013 add something


For Record Store Day 2014 David Lynch released 'The Big Dream Remix EP' which featured four songs from his album remixed by various artists add something


His alma mater, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, presented an exhibition of his work, entitled "The Unified Field", which opened on September 12, 2014 and ends in January of 2015 add something


Twin Peaks - On October 6, 2014, David Lynch confirmed via Twitter that he will start shooting together with Mark Frost a new, 9-episode series of "Twin Peaks" in 2015 add something


Kenzo (brand) - Their most recent Fall 2014 collection, they collaborated with filmmaker David Lynch, who mixed the soundtrack for the show and provided a large sculpture


On April 5, 2015, Lynch announced via Twitter that the project was still alive, but he was no longer going to direct, because the budget was too low for what he wanted to do add something


However, he later announced on May 15, 2015, via Twitter that he would indeed be returning to the revival as he had sorted out his issues with Showtime add something


Moby - He'll participate in the 2015 evening supporting the work of the David Lynch Foundation that took the stage at the Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on April 1, 2015


In the 2016 presidential election, he endorsed Bernie Sanders add something


By January 2016, the series was halfway through the shooting schedule and filming was completed by April 2016 add something


The musical partnership yielded a 5- song EP entitled "Somewhere In the Nowhere", released October 7, 2016, on Meta Hari Records add something


Sara Paxton - In 2016, it was announced that Paxton was cast in David Lynch's 2017 "Twin Peaks" series


Twin Peaks - In February 2016, it was reported that David Lynch would reprise his role as Gordon Cole


Sara Paxton - In April 2016, it was announced that Paxton had joined the cast of David Lynch's 2017 "Twin Peaks" revival


By contrast, Lynch rarely creates multi-character roles for his male actors, with the possible only exception in his 2017 Twin Peaks revival where Kyle MacLachlan plays FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper, Killer BOB as Cooper's Doppelgänger and Douglas "Dougie" Jones add something


David Chadwick will be David Lynch's Collaborators on September 25, 2017 add something


Angelo Badalamenti - Twin Peaks - The 2017 revival of the "Twin Peaks" television series marked the continuation of Badalamenti's work with David Lynch


Michael Cera - A "giant fan" of director David Lynch, Cera made a guest appearance in the 2017 revival of Lynch and Mark Frost's television show "Twin Peaks" in the show's fourth episode, as Wally "Brando" Brennan, the son of Deputy Sheriff Andy Brennan and Lucy Brennan


Sara Paxton - In 2017, Paxton had a guest role in David Lynch's "Twin Peaks" revival series


Matt Battaglia - In 2017, he filmed Twin Peaks with 4 time Oscar nominated director David Lynch, and Seal Team for CBS. In 2016, he recurred in 7 episodes of the Tyler Perry series Too Close To Home playing the President of the United States, with Heather Locklear playing the First Lady


Laura Dern - She is known for her collaborations with filmmaker David Lynch, having appeared in four of his films and the 2017 "Twin Peaks" revival


In May 2018, Lynch releases an animated pilot "Boris Bunny" through "Channel 101" add something


Together with Kristine McKenna, Lynch, in June 2018, published the book Room to Dream add something


On November 2, 2018 a collaborative album by Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti, titled "Thought Gang", will be released on vinyl and on compact disc add something


A recipient of an Academy Honorary award in 2019, he has received three Academy Award nominations for Best Director, and has won France's César award for Best Foreign Film twice, as well as the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival and a Golden Lion award for lifetime achievement at the Venice Film Festival add something


A video accompanying the song was released on April 17, 2019 add something


In May 2019 Lynch provided guest vocals on the track "Fire is Coming" by Flying Lotus add something