|Born||July 11, 1946|
Liverpool, England, UK
|Occupation(s)||film director and television director|
|Years active||1968 – present|
Paul Lynch (born July 11, 1946) is a Canadian film director and television director. 
Lynch came to Canada in 1960. He left school to become a cartoonist for the Toronto Star and then served as a photographer for a number of small-town newspapers. This led to work in film, including a 90-minute documentary on Penthouse magazine commissioned by its publisher, Bob Guccione. His first feature film was The Hard Part Begins .  This was followed by the box-office hit Prom Night , a straightforward slasher film starring Jamie Lee Curtis and Leslie Nielsen.  Lynch has only made movies periodically, pursuing instead a career directing for American television.
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