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|Born||Lucy Katherine Liemann
24 November 1973
Barnet, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom
|Height||5 ft 7.25 in (1.71 m)|
Lucy Liemann (born 24 November 1973) is a British actress. Liemann was born in London, UK. After graduation she was spotted at a supermarket by a voice scout who urged her to become a voice artist. Liemann then went on to study acting at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts. She has worked in theatre, television and film.
After a series of roles in various standard British television shows, including The Bill and Agatha Christie's Poirot, she played the part of Lucy in the third part of the Jason Bourne trilogy, The Bourne Ultimatum.
Liemann played recurring character Sam Phillips in the television series Moving Wallpaper, and stars as Reggie Perrin's nubile colleague Jasmine Strauss in the BBC's 2009–10 reprises of the classic tales.
- 2005 – Footballers' Wives: Extra Time
- 2005 – The Bill, Ruth Coyne
- 2005 – Agatha Christie's Poirot, Miss Burgess (Cards on the Table, 2005) and Sonia (Third Girl, 2008)
- 2006 – The IT Crowd, Julie
- 2006 – Are You Ready for Love, Rachel
- 2006 – Private Life, Ruth Ackroyd
- 2007 – Nuclear Secrets, Janet Chisholm
- 2007 – Wild at Heart, #2.7, Gloria
- 2007 – The Bourne Ultimatum, Lucy
- 2007 – Rob Newman's History of the World... Backwards, Episode #1.3, Duchess of Padua
- 2008 – MindFlesh, Tessa
- 2008 – Moving Wallpaper, Sam Phillips (18 episodes, 2008–2009)
- 2009 – Reggie Perrin, Jasmine
- 2009 – Hotel Babylon, Charlotte Newhouse Episode #4.7
- 2010–14 – Rev, Ellie Pattman
- 2011 – Lewis, "The Mind Has Mountains", Bethan Vickery
- 2011 – New Tricks, Anna King
- 2013 – Midsomer Murders, Beatrix Ordish, Episode "Schooled in Murder"
- 2014 – Moving On, Samantha, Episode: "Madge"
- 2014 – Agatha Raisin and the Quiche of Death, Sarah
- 2016 – HIM (TV series), Beth
- "Lucy Liemann". IMDb. Retrieved 2009-04-25.
- James Rampton (2009-04-15). "Martin Clunes takes on Reggie Perrin". The Times. Retrieved 2009-04-25.
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