Jane Lynch

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Best known to the public radio audience as an actress in A Mighty Wind, Best in Show, etc; star of the Fox Television's upcoming series Glee; new voting member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

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Glee actress Jane Lynch hits the road with her one-person cabaret show, See Jane Sing.

Jane Lynch: See Jane Sing

Glee actress Jane Lynch hits the road with her one-person cabaret show, See Jane Sing.

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