Lucy Rafton

A native Yorkshire lass, born and brought up in Leeds, Lucy is a talented and versatile young actress with good experience on both stage and screen.

“My passion to marry a career on stage and screen has seen me work on some great projects such as Oscar Wilde’s ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ as a site-specific production at The Mansion House in York, to BBC’s ‘Doctors’. My stage debut was at the age of 11 in Cameron Mackintosh’s Production of ‘Oliver’ at The Bradford Alhambra, making my love of working in musical theatre blossom very early. To bring a role like Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s ‘Villanelle’ from Killing Eve, to life, is one of my greatest ambitions to date”.

Eyes             Brown

Hair              Dark Brown

Height          5ft 4ins