Lyndall Hobbs (born 1952) is an Australian film director and producer.
Hobbs was born in Australia in 1952. She spent many years in the United Kingdom, during which time she directed the documentary film Steppin' Out (1979) featuring the UK act Secret Affair, and hosting Hobb's Choice television show, before moving to Hollywood in the United States.
In 1983, she directed the short film, Dead on Time, starring Rowan Atkinson. In 1987, she directed her first and to date only full-length feature film, Back to the Beach starring Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello. Hobbs also worked in episodic television, directing episodes of Parker Lewis Can't Lose and The Wonder Years in 1990 and 1991, respectively.
Her life story was documented on Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Australian Story episode "In Her Father's Eyes" in 2007.
Hobbs now works as an interior designer and resides in Hollywood Hills.
Hobbs has a daughter, Lola Rose Thompson, with television producer/writer Chris Thompson. Hobbs was in a seven-year relationship with actor Al Pacino. She adopted a son, Nick David Hobbs, during her relationship with Pacino.
|Geburtsdatum:||1951 (♐ Schütze)|
|Alter:||71Jahre 2Monate 8Tage|
|Berufe:||Filmregisseur, Filmproduzent, Raumausstatter,|