American director, producer, and screenwriter Lynn Shelton, known for her work on the TV series “Little fires everywhere,” died at the age of 54 in the United States, according to the New York Times.
According to a statement from Shelton’s representative, Adam Kersh, she died at a hospital in Los Angeles from an untimely blood disease.
Shelton is known for tragicomedy films that focus on human relationships. Among her most famous works are the films “Humpday,” “Laggies,” and “Sword of trust.”
Shelton also directed several series. The drama mini-series “Little fires everywhere,” where one of the leading