Lucinda is best know for the role of Brezell in BBC 2'S BAFTA nominated drama A POET IN NEW YORK produced by Modern Television and the lead role of Annie in the SHORT FILM young pimp  which she played alongside JOE HURST (The Casual Vacancy and Alice Through The Looking Glass)
 Lucinda's versatility belies her young age. From flashy Bugsy tap dancer to pale unhappy waif to attitude, to austerity and brilliant comic timing. Her diction is excellent, accents extensive and secure. She lends her characters delightful natural interpretation of movement as she brings them to life. But she is acutely aware of the differing requirements of TV, Film and Theatre. Professional work ethic, excellent memory. Actress, dancer, singer, model, Junior Winner 'The Hollywood Workshops', an Oscar winning judge stated 'this girl was born to act'. Cindy started acting aged 6 with Stagecoach PLC and won many lead roles with them. She appeared in a 3 month run of Bill Kenwright's UK Tour of 'Joseph' at Manchester Opera House aged 7 and later went on to play a shopper transforming into a street dancer for a Heart FM TV commercial. Aged 10 Cindy won the role of Blousey Brown with her dance troupe as vocal soloist which won the British Troupe Championships two years running. During her successful visit to Hollywood, after a filming session Lucinda was fast tracked into Cynthia Bain's Saturday Stars Workshop and worked on Parent Trap in class alongside young performers from Disney and Nickelodeon. She sang Edelweiss in Miceli's and danced with Devin Jamieson at the Millennium Dance Complex. Lucinda is highly skilled at learning sides and auditioning to tape at short notice.












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