Lynn Shelton, director of the TV series “Fires Smouldering Everywhere” and “Morning Show”, died at the age of 54.
She died of a previously undiagnosed blood disorder, said her spokesman Adam Kersh. Her lovers, comedian actor Mark Maron, said Shelton fell sharply and seriously ill and then died a week later. Her death had nothing to do with the coronavirus.
Shelton began shooting movies after 30, for 14 years, she became director of 8 major projects. She also made episodes of “Mad People”, “The Shameless”, and “The Mindy Project” and other series.
Shelton was born in Ohio, grew up in Seattle and then moved to New York. She moved to California to start her career as a director.