|Full Name||Viola Lynn Collins|
|Birth Name||Viola Lynn Collins|
|Birth City||Houston, Texas|
|Birth Country||United States|
|Father Name||Phillip Dean Collins|
|Mother Name||Patricia Lynn Campbell|
|Spouse||Steven Strait M 2014/ Ex Husband: Steven Strait M:23 December 2007 Div: 2013|
|No Of Children||1 Son|
|Awards||9th Golden Satellite Awards,11th Teen Choice Awards,(Nominations)|
|Filmography||X-Men Origins: Wolverine,City Island,Angels Crest,10 Years,John Carter,Unconditional,The Wolverine,The Hollow Point,Rim of the World|
|Education||Bachelors Of Performing Arts From Juilliard School|
|Date of Birth||May 16,1977|
Viola Lynn Collins is an American actress known for True Blood, and Manhunt: Unabomber. Also, she is acknowledged for movies such as X-Men Origins: Wolverine, and John Carter.
The Hollow Point actress is a Golden Satellite and Teen Choice Awards nominee.
Linn Collins is currently famous in 2019 for appearing in McG directed science fiction adventure film Rim of the world as Major Collin budgeted $19.0 million.
The movie deals with nuclear war, aliens and a group of kids caught in between it, with a responsibility to end the war.
Lynn was born as Viola Lynn Collins in May 16, 1977, in Houston, Texas, and has ancestry in English, Scottish and Irish. She also claimed to have Cherokee ancestry, and refers herself as "Irish and Cherokee".
She spent her childhood in Asia in Singapore, and Japan, where her parents received their fourth, fifth and sixth Danes in Shitō-ryū karate.
Lynn played Mrs Claus in Christmas Pageant in her childhood, which as per her literally got her interested in acting.
She attended Klein High Schools in Texas and graduated from the Juilliard School Drama Division in 1999 with a Bachelor in Fine Arts.
Collins debuted in small screen in 1999, in an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. She was seen as Ophelia alongside Liev Schreiber in Hamlet, followed by Juliet in Romeo and Juliet in theatre productions.
She then appeared in smaller roles in movies such as Haunted, a romantic comedy movie Down with Love, Adam Sandler's hit movie 50 First Dates, and 13 Going on 30.
However, her role as Portia in the film The Merchant of Venice, which was the movie adaptation of a Shakespeare noble of the same name opposite to actor Al Pacino, alongside Joseph Fiennes and Jeremy Irons brought her into the limelight.
Collins married 21-year-old actor Steven Strait who was also an American fashion model on 23 December 2007 after a four-year partnership.
The cute couple were spotted in many events together proved that they were deeply in love with each other.
Even though, No one had expected that romantic couple to ever call off their wedding in 2013. Their dramatic divorce came out as a shock to the whole world.
Yet, the reason for their divorce hasn't been disclosed yet. After the heartbreaking breakup, the couple found their way back to enjoy their life, and now Steven Strait and Lynn Collins are both engaged in their new love life.
In November 2014, Lynn married musician Matthew Boyle who is a musician, guitarist any a dad to Lynn Collins' son.
Matthew Boyle is a devoted Christian singer, raised in a religious Southern Baptist family, she and her husband share a loving bond.
Here's a touching love song from Lynn's Husband dedicated to Collins, where you can see here their son chuckling in the background and at the end both appear while the camera moves.
She has studied several religious beliefs, so and describes herself as a "little spiritual individual."
Forty-two years old Lynn Collins current net worth at $3 million as per many tabloids. She so far has appeared in 25 movies, ten series in big and small roles.
Her movie John Carter was one of the most expensive films ever made. It grossed over $284 million at the worldwide box office.
The movie was Disney's one of the most disappointing film which loss around $200 million in the Box Office as it was made on an expense of $350 million, and an additional production budget of $263 million.
Despite its success expectation, it turned out to be Disney's considerable disappointments in 2012.
As per sources, she charges around $150 thousand per TV series and around $500 thousand per movie project.