Liz May Brice
|Liz May Brice|
|Born||Elizabeth May Brice
1975 (age 39–40)
Redhill, Surrey, England, UK
|Other names||Lisa Brice|
Brice was born in Redhill, Surrey. She studied English at Cambridge University. Her early acting roles included a schoolgirl witch in the 1986 adaptation of Jill Murphy's novel, The Worst Witch and a part in children's sitcom News at Twelve (1988) (for both these roles she was credited as "Lisa" Brice). She joined the cast of prison drama Bad Girls in Series 7, in 2005 as Pat Kerrigan, who is serving life in prison for the murder of her ex-boyfriend. Her character would become the final 'Top Dog' of the show before it was axed in 2006.
Brice has appeared in episodes of BBC's Hustle and played a small role in the film version of Resident Evil. She had another minor role in another horror film, AVP: Alien vs Predator. Her CV also includes the film sequel Fortress 2 with Christopher Lambert and the US mini-series The 10th Kingdom. Brice also appeared in the popular Channel 4 sitcom Peep Show in 2007.
In 2008 she played the role of Herrena in the TV adaptation of Terry Pratchett's The Colour of Magic.
She has also starred in her former partner Charlie Brooker's zombie horror Dead Set, and appears as Government assassin Agent Johnson in Torchwood's Children of Earth, aired in July 2009. She has also starred in The Bill as anti-terrorism officer, Karen Lacy.
In April 2010 she appeared in the episode "Loves Me, Loves Me Not" of BBC serial drama Casualty, playing the part of Lyn (mother of two of the child patients). She becomes involved with Dr. Adam Trueman when he realises she is a single mother.
In the 2012 crime thriller movie Hard Boiled Sweets, Brice portrayed the role of Jenna.
In 2013, Brice played a character called Tara - the new love interest for Billy Mitchell (Perry Fenwick) - in the soap opera EastEnders. She appeared in the soap from 26–30 August. Brice's character also made a rival out of the local B&B owner, Kim Fox (Tameka Empson). She then appeared as Tina in Misfits.
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- Liz May Brice at the Internet Movie Database
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- Interview with Brice regarding her role as Pat Kerrigan on afterellen.com, December 15, 2005
- Interview with Brice regarding her role as Pat Kerrigan on the official Bad Girls webpage