Lynne Moody (born February 17) is an American actress who has made many appearances on television.
Moody studied acting at the Pasadena Playhouse, Goodman Theatre and Hull House. She worked as a stewardess before moving to Hollywood to pursue a career as an actress. In the early 1970s, she worked as a Playboy Bunny at a Playboy Club in Los Angeles.
Her most prominent roles include Irene Harvey in Roots and Roots: The Next Generations, Tracy Curtis Taylor in That's My Mama (1974–75) (she was replaced by Joan Pringle at the beginning of the second season), Polly Dawson in Soap, Patricia Williams in Knots Landing, and Nurse Julie Williams in E/R.
She was the original Jenny Willis when the character was introduced in an episode of All in the Family titled "Lionel's Engagement" (1974). By the time the pilot episode of The Jeffersons aired in January, 1975, the role was recast with Berlinda Tolbert replacing her as Jenny Willis. In 2000, she had a recurring role on the hit ABC daytime drama series, General Hospital as "Florence Campbell". In 1976 she was also the star of the Women in Prison exploitation TV-movie Nightmare in Badham County, later released to theaters as Nightmare.