Milo Seal Wiki – Milo Seal Biography
Milo Seal is the son of Lynn Shelton, an American filmmaker, and actor Kevin Seal. Shelton was best known for writing, directing, and producing such films as “Humpday,” “Your Sister’s Sister.”
Lynn Shelton died of a blood disorder on May 15, 2020, at the age of 54 in Los Angeles. Lynn Shelton’s boyfriend Marc Maron confirmed her death in a statement to Indie Wire: “I have some awful news. Lynn passed away last night. She collapsed yesterday morning after having been ill for a week. There was a previously unknown, underlying condition. It was not COVID-19. The doctors could not save her. They tried. Hard.
“I loved her very much as I know many of you did as well. It’s devastating. I am leveled, heartbroken and in complete shock and don’t really know how to move forward in this moment. I needed you all to know. I don’t know some of you. Some I do. I’m just trying to let the people who were important to her know.
“She was a beautiful, kind, loving, charismatic artist. Her spirit was pure joy. She made me happy. I made her happy. We were happy. I made her laugh all the time. We laughed a lot. We were starting a life together. I really can’t believe what is happening. This is a horrendous, sad loss.”
Milo Seal Family
Milo Seal is from a family of famous people. His father is an actor, musician, improvisational comedian and television presenter Kevin Seal, and his mother Lynn Shelton who was an American filmmaker known for writing, directing, and producing films like Humpday and Your Sister’s Sister.
Milo Seal Mother, Lynn Shelton
Milo’s mother, Shelton was born on August 27, 1965, in Oberlin, Ohio, and grew up in Seattle. She attended Oberlin College and went to the University of Washington School of Drama. She moved to New York after graduation and attended the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan, to study in the masters of fine arts program in photography and related media.
Shelton was a very talented writer, producer, actor, and director. She was known for her work on Movies and TV Shows. She is known for her movies like Humpday, Your Sister’s Sister, and My Effortless Brilliance. She also directed episodes of popular shows like “Mad Men,” “GLOW” and recently, four episodes of “Little Fires Everywhere.”
Lynn Shelton Death
Shelton died on May 15, in Los Angeles at the age of 54.
Marc Maron, Shelton’s romantic and creative partner, broke the news to Indie Wire. He indicated that her sudden and unexpected death was not from COVID-19, but due to a previously unidentified blood disorder.
He said: “I have some awful news. Lynn passed away last night. She collapsed yesterday morning after having been ill for a week. There was a previously unknown, underlying condition. It was not COVID-19. The doctors could not save her. They tried. Hard.”
She is survived by her son Milo Seal, her husband Kevin Seal, her parents Wendy and Alan Roedell, and David “Mac” Shelton and Frauke Rynd. Her brothers David Shelton, Robert Rynd, and sister Tanya Rynd, as well as Maron, with whom she spent the last year of her life.