Lucy Russell (actress)
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|Born||1972 (age 47–48)|
Lucy Russell (born 1972) is an English actress. She made her debut in the film Following (1998) and has appeared in several movies since then. Her most recent appearance is in the movie Toni Erdmann, written and directed by Maren Ade.
She is known for starring as Grace Elliott in Éric Rohmer's L'Anglaise et le duc (English: The Lady and the Duke). In 2002 she was named as one of European films' "Shooting Stars". Her first starring role was in Christopher Nolan's Following. Since then she has appeared in numerous film and TV roles. Russell and Nolan met as fellow students at University College, London, where she studied Italian. In Batman Begins, another film of Christopher Nolan, Lucy portrayed a restaurant guest who spoke with Bruce Wayne about the Batman. She auditioned and received the role of Angel's personal assistant in the 2007 film Angel. She played Michael Fassbender's sister in the film.
The short film Daisy, in which she performed the role of Sarah, won for the Best UK Short Film Award at London Independent Film Festival (2016), the Best Foreign Featurette Award at Idyllwild International Festival of Cinema (2016) and the Platinum Remi Award at World Fest Houston International Film Festival (2016). She portrayed as Dee in Murmur, which was nominated for the Best Short Film Award at London Short Film Festival (2016) and the Best Acting Ensemble and Best Short Film Awards at Lift Off London Short Film Festival (2015).
Besides English, Russell fluently speaks French and Italian, and has partial knowledge of German and Spanish languages. She participates in fencing, horse-riding, skiing and ice skating.
|2001||The Lady and the Duke||Grace Elliot|
|2004||I Am David||American Woman|
|L'ennemi naturel||L'ex-femme de Tanguy|
|2005||Red Rose||Jean Armour|
|Batman Begins||Female Restaurant Guest|
|2006||Tristan & Isolde||Edyth|
|Clapham Junction||Miss Richards|
|2009||The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus||Classy Shopper #3|
|2017||The Crown||Lady Mountbatten|
|2020||Atlantic Crossing||Missy LeHand|
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- "Lucy Russell - Hamilton Hodell - CV". www.hamiltonhodell.co.uk. Retrieved 18 December 2016.
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- "Lucy Russell Filmography and Movies". Fandango. Retrieved 18 December 2016.
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