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Lynn heads up the FBI agency office in Jerusalem—no easy task given the ongoing political and cultural unrest in the region. On top of that, there’s the delicate balance she must strike with the local authorities and her superiors, including Ambassador Ruth Ridell. Lynn is also Peter’s supervisor. The irony is that she learned everything she knows from when she trained under him. As Peter's closest and only true friend, she understands him better than anyone else. She got him the assignment in Jerusalem when he asked her help in getting him out of Washington. Lynn still believes in him, even if he did make some big mistakes and now her reputation depends on proving that she made the right call.
Emmy Award winner Anne Heche stars as Lynn Monahan, the head of the Jerusalem FBI office and Peter Connelly’s (Jason Isaacs) boss.
Heche most recently starred in the series “Save Me” as well as the film “Arthur Newman” opposite Colin Firth and Emily Blunt. Additional film credits include starring roles in “Wag the Dog,” “Donnie Brasco,” “Cedar Rapids,” “Birth,” “Walking and Talking,” “Six Days, Seven Nights” and “That’s What She Said.” Among her television credits are starring roles in “Hung,” “Men in Trees,” “Silent Witness,” “The Dead Will Tell” and “Gracie’s Choice.”
Recently, Heche co-starred in the Hallmark Hall of Fame film “One Christmas Eve.” In 1989 she won a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series and in 2004 she received a Primetime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie for her role in "Gracie’s Choice.” Heche made her Broadway debut in 2002 in the critically-acclaimed production of the Tony Award winning play “Proof.” She also earned a Tony Award nomination for her appearance in “Twentieth Century.”