Lucy Speed
Lucy Speed
Stats
Age :
Height : 5'
Hair Colour :
Eye Colour : Blue

Summary
Lucy was trained by Geraldine Gillman, founder of The Ashcroft Academy of Dramatic Art, in Peckham, London.

She currently stars as The Bills’ D.C. Stevie Moss. She has made a self defence DVD called Stay Safe available from Amazon and www.staysafedvd.com.

She was first seen as on TV as as Natalie in BBC EastEnders. She has been acting since childhood and was first seen starring alongside fellow EastEnders star Sean Maguire (Aidan) in the 1991 Children’s BBC teatime drama Dodgem. Between 1995 and 1999, in a break from EastEnders Lucy appeared in the films Metroland and Shakespeare In Love.

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native) American-Southern States, American-Standard, Birmingham, Cockney, Essex, Geordie, Irish-Southern, Lancashire, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Northern, RP, Scotland-Standard, Welsh-Standard
Languages:
(* = mother tongue) English*
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled) Ballet*, Contemporary Dance*, Jazz Dancing*, National Dancing*, Tap*
Performance: Voice Over
Sports:
(* = highly skilled) Horse-riding*, RollerSkating*, Skiing*, Swimming*

Vehicle Licences: Car

Interests & Activities

Lucy enjoys horse riding, skiing and swimming.
She's highly skilled at ballet, contemporary dance, jazz dancing, national dancing and tap.



Skills
Actor
Singer
Performer
Celebrity
Entertainer



Experience

TV Credits Include:
2007, Television, Sandy Parry (Regular), THE BILL, ITV, Various
2007, Television, Trisha, LOVE SOUP, BBC, Christine Gernon
2005, Television, Leanne, THE BILL, ITV, Rob Knights
2005, Television, Bette Dadley, JERICHO, Granada Television, Tom Shankland
2004, Television, Angela, HOLBY CITY, Simon Meyes
2004, Television, Natalie Price From 1995, EASTENDERS, BBC Television, Various Directors
1997, Television, Kerry, CASUALTY, BBC Television, Peter Barber Flemming
1997, Television, Lorraine, DANGERFIELD, BBC Television, Jo Johnson
1996, Television, Hayley, THE BILL, Thames Television, Ian White
1996, Television, Iris, THE NEW ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD, Warner Brothers, Keith Washington
1996, Television, Nan, THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER, BBC Television Drama, Andrew Morgan


Film Credits include:
1998, Feature Film,Whore, SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE, Shakespeare Productions, John Madden
1996, Feature Film, METROLAND, Blue Heaven, Philip Saville
1995, Feature Film, Nell Gwynn, ENGLAND-MY ENGLAND, Channel 4, Tony Palmer

Theatre Credits Include:
2006, Stage, Maria, TWELFTH NIGHT, Northampton Theatre Royal, Laurie Sansom
2006, Stage, Laura, SOAP, Northampton Theatre Royal, Laurie Sansom
2006, Stage, Sharon, GIRL'S NIGHT, No1 Tour, Jack Randle
2005, Stage, THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES, Wyndhams Theatre, Irina Brown
2000, Stage, Queenie, BE MY BABY, Soho Theatre Comp, Abigail Morris
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