Writer. Podcaster. Clever Lady.
Brynn has worked in Film and Television in a variety of roles. Brynn Byrne on IMDB
Brynn is the proud co-founder of Late Bloom Media, a boutique production company based in Toronto, Ontario. This collective of storytellers and media creators includes Brynn Byrne and creative partners Aaron Yeger and Sarah Jackson. Together they craft meaningful and earnest creative media content including the short film Unlicensed
which has been selected for CBC's Canadian Reflections programming.
Watch Unlicensed on CBC Gem
Check out what else the Late Bloom team is working on! latebloommedia.com
That Was a Show? The Podcast was co-created and is hosted by Brynn Byrne, along with Aaron Yeger and Andrew "Barry" Helmer, this podcast takes a deep dive into the often shallow waters of sitcoms of the 80s and 90s. The twist is, that their focus is on failed and forgotten sitcoms from the era!
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Check out the TWAS Trope Library on Tumblr and follow That Was a Show on Instagram!
Launched in 2020, this is the space where Brynn writes about pop culture and its inevitable interference in her life.
But who is she really?
Brynn Byrne is a Toronto based writer and podcaster known for her unique brand of whimsical, irreverent feminist storytelling. Underdog tales, self-deprecating humour, and slices of surrealism are other hallmarks of Brynn’s creative works. She writes character driven film and television that explore the complex, emotional and often silly aspects of the human condition. Brynn’s childhood boredom in rural Essex County, Ontario led to an overactive imagination and an unhealthy obsession with movies television and pop culture. Brynn finally left the farm in 2008 for Toronto and continued to hone her skills. Her knack for comedy earned her a mentorship via Humber College with David Flaherty (SCTV, Maniac Mansion). Most recently Brynn’s unique voice and storytelling earned her the John Frizzell award for achievement in screenwriting. Thanks to her work on her original comedy Kara Takes Crunchtown!, Brynn was able to earn a Netflix- Banff Diversity of Voices fellowship for the 2019 Banff World Media Festival. When Brynn isn’t writing, she can be found jogging in circles in High Park or singing show tunes to her cat Gizmo.
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