Ella Scott Lynch

Ella graduated from the prestigious drama school NIDA in 2004, having previously appeared at an early age in the Academy Award-winning film Shine in 1996. Ella's most recent film credits include the recently released Pimped by writer/director David Barker; and Standing Up For Sunny directed by Steve Vidler. Other film credits include Monkey Puzzle; Charlotte's Web; and Emulsion.

Ella's work in Australian television is extensive. She can currently be seen in the second series of the Sky/Foxtel television series Upright starring Tim Minchin. She also recently appeared in Nine Network series' Amazing Grace, and mini-series Informer 3838 playing the lead role of duplicitous barrister Nicola Gobbo. Prior to this, Ella was perhaps best known for her role in the acclaimed ABC series Crownies and the spin-off series Janet King. Ella has also appeared in the ABC/HBO Asia series Serangoon Road alongside Don Hany, the hugely successful Network Nine franchise Underbelly, and three seasons of the hugely popular series Love Child.

Ella played a lead role in the telemovie The Falls starring alongside Georgie Parker and Vince Colosimo and appeared in the ABC production The Silence, produced by Jan Chapman and directed by Cate Shortland. She also appeared in Channel 7's City Homicide.

Further television credits include the ABC murder mystery series Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries, the Australian political thriller The Code, the Network Ten mini-series Brock, the ABC's legal series Newton's Law and the Seven Network's series Home & Away and All Saints. Most recently, Ella has filmed roles in the ABC mini-series Easy Beats and Doctor Doctor for the Nine Network, appearing in series 2, 3 and 4. In 2016 Ella made her debut appearance on U.S. television in the NCIS drama franchise, NCIS: Los Angeles.