Lucy Briers

Previously at Chichester The Young Chekhov Season and Top Girls.

Theatre includes Show Boat (Sheffield Crucible and West End), Wolf Hall and Bring Up The Bodies (RSC, West End and Broadway), Behud (Soho Theatre), Bedroom Farce and Miss Julie (Rose Theatre Kingston), Private Fears in Public Places and Just Between Ourselves (Royal Theatre Northampton), Ivanov (Donmar at the Wyndham’s Theatre), Sexual Perversity in Chicago (Norwich Playhouse), Some Kind of Bliss – a one-woman show (Trafalgar Studios / Brits off Broadway. WhatsOnStage nomination for Best Solo Performer), Ship of Fools (Theatre503), Catch (Royal Court Theatre), The Voysey Inheritance (National Theatre), Musik (Arcola Theatre), Cloud Nine (TMA nomination for Best Supporting Actress), Teeth ‘n’ Smiles and Don Juan (Sheffield Crucible), Electra (Gate Theatre), Spike (Nuffield Theatre Southampton), The Winter’s Tale (Southwark Playhouse), As You Like It (Sheffield Crucible, Lyric Hammersmith), The Rivals (Nottingham Playhouse), Henry IV Parts I&II (ETT / The Old Vic), Othello (New Vic Theatre), The Entertainer (Birmingham Rep and West Yorkshire Playhouse), The Tempest (Salisbury Rep).

Television includes Count Arthur Strong, Our Girl, DCI Banks, The Thick of It, The Night Watch, Midsomer Murders, Twenty Twelve, Silent Witness, Broken News, Bonkers, Bodies, Poirot: The Hollow, Prince William, Wives and Daughters, Imogen’s Face, Game On, Pride and Prejudice, Unnatural Causes, Screaming, The Ten Percenters, Brittas Empire, Red Dwarf, Blackheath Poisonings.

Radio includes Kerry’s List, Book at Bedtime, With Great Pleasure, The Making of a Marchioness, Zazie dans le Metro, The Recruiting Officer, Mary Mary, Daughters of Britannia, Last of the Barsetshire Chronicles.

Films include Justice League (released summer 2017), Genius, Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa.

Trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.