- "There's nothing like airing your dirty laundry in public, is there?"
- ―Dudley Lynch
- "Dudley Lynch. Hired help. I run this place when the owner ain't around."
- ―Dudley Lynch
Dudley worked as a hired bartender at Ray's Cafe helping run the bar while the manager, Leroy Sabo was absent. Dudley was privy and observant of the love triangle between Lester Pattison, Lorna Pattison and Leroy Sabo, and even learned of Lorna and Leroy's joint business venture plan to open a new bar.
Events of L.A. Noire
After witnessing Lester's hit and run incident, he was questioned by Detective Cole Phelps, despite being very less forthcoming and tight-lipped, Dudley gives Phelps background information on Lester, Lorna and Leroy.
In the Vice street crime Fatal Plunge, Dudley is seen fighting with a man on top of a roof with Shannon Perry watching. Dudley accidentally threw the man off the roof and to his death, however, he revealed to Shannon he did so to protect her from being taken advantage of. Their new-found romance is cut short as Dudley was caught by Phelps and causing a chase. After a car chase, Dudley was arrested for manslaughter, although in self defense.
Street Crimes (Vice)
- "Fatal Plunge" (Arrested)
- Unidentified Man - Thrown off a building rooftop to his death in self-defense.
- Like many other characters in L.A. Noire, Dudley Lynch's actor, Michael Gladis, also appeared on the televison series Mad Men.
- In Fatal Plunge, he can be seen wearing a hat and his voice sounds different as well.