"Elliot is making her mark on indie features... from late twentieth century period pieces to present-day sci-fi, the young actress brings unbridled enthusiasm mixed with grounded realism."
In 2021, Elliot Frances Flynn emerged as a promising actress: she made her feature film debut in The Smiths-inspired Shoplifters of the World, a ghostly appearance in Netflix’s Things Heard & Seen, and was seen in HBO’s acclaimed miniseries "Mare of Easttown."
Next, viewers can catch her in Yale Production's #metoo thriller Confession, starring Clark Backo and Michael Ironside, and sci-fi dramedy Linoleum opposite Rhea Seehorn.
Since honing her craft at The Barrow Group in NYC, Elliot Frances Flynn has embody the acting mindset of “just be” — embracing every role and crafting each character she portrays with equal parts sincerity and enthusiasm.
On screen and off, Elliot has a passion for exploring themes of womanhood, sexuality and coming of age. She is also a writer. In 2021,"Wombmates" co-written with sister Bridget Flynn, placed in the ATX Festival Pitch Competition.
Elliot is based in NYC. She is a member of SAG-Aftra.