Lucy Wigmore

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Lucy Wigmore
Lucy Wigmore Sydney 2011.jpg
Born 1977
Auckland, New Zealand
Occupation Actress
Years active 2002 – present

Lucy Wigmore[1] is a stage and screen actress[2][3][4] from New Zealand. She played core cast member Dr Justine Jones in the long-running soap opera Shortland Street, and has also starred as Lillian May Armfield in Underbelly: Razor,[5] a 13-part drama set in the 1920s–1930s on the rough and ready streets of Sydney, Australia. Underbelly "is one of Nine Networks most successful franchises".[6] Lucy recently[when?] finished making a short film called Stationery which she wrote and directed; this film is currently[when?] heading for international festivals.

Personal life[edit]

Lucy Wigmore was raised in Auckland, New Zealand, where she attended Takapuna Grammar School. She studied International Business and Advertising at the Auckland University of Technology, and spent her final year of study in France.

Wigmore also ompleted a three-year Bachelor of Performing Arts (Acting) at Toi Whakaari New Zealand's National Drama School.[7] She had her first AD and casting role in the Embrace Life Commercial for Sussex Safer Roads.[8]

Lucy's sister Gin Wigmore is a singer and songwriter. Lucy directed one of Gin's music videos, 2016's "Willing to Die".[9] One of Gin's songs, "Lucy Loo," was written for her sister.

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2015 Interloafer Harper Harrison Dir: Aidee Walker
2014 Stationery Celine Tall Story Productions & Working Group Entertainment, Dir: Lucy Wigmore
2014 The Land Loretta Dir/Producer: Steven Rodgers/Ingvar Kenne
2010 Sign Language[10] Director/Writer London Film Academy
2008 The Last Magic Show[11] Margot Dir: Andrew Conlan
2008 Ash & Libby Ash Twilight Productions, Dir: Mark Prebble
2007 Adventures of Spectacularman Female Sidekick Twilight Productions, Dir: Mark Prebble
2005 Spring Flames Gwen Madden (Lead) Seannanchie Productions, Dir: Aileen O'Sullivan
2005 King Kong[12] Theatre patron Universal Studios, Dir: Peter Jackson
2002 For Good Reporter MAP Productions, Dir: Stuart McKenzie
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2013 Love Child (TV series) Carol Nine Network[13]
2012 Tricky Business (Australian TV series) Harriet Lipson Screentime[14]
2011 Panic at Rock Island Band member Uncredited
2011 Underbelly: Razor Lillian May Armfield 13 Ep's Core Cast, Screentime[15]
2007 - 2009 Shortland Street [16] Dr Justine Jones Lead Role (2 years) South Pacific Pictures[17]
2007 Eating Media Lunch Josephine Smythe Great Southern Television
2007 Orange Roughies Martine Crawford Screenworks
Theatre
Year Title Role Notes
2011 The Sweetest Thing Bella Belvoir St Theatre, Dir: Sarah Goodes
2010 Cat and Mouse Director La Mama Theatre (Melbourne)
2009 As You Like It Rosalind Hen & Chickens Theatre, London, Dir: Roanna Dalziel
2009 A Simple Procedure Lex, Troy, Wendy Last Night Productions,[18] Pleasance Theatre, London
2009 The Night Before Christmas Krissy Shaky Isles London
2007 Look Back in Anger Helena Dir: Miranda Harcourt, Bats Theatre[19] & Silo Theatres [20]
2007 Salon 71 Self-Devised solo show Silo Theatre, Dir: Ben Crowder
2007 The Women Mary Haines NZ National Tour, Dir: Katie Wolfe
2006 Disgrace Various Auckland Theatre Company[21]
2004 Cloud Nine Maud/Betty Silo Theatre, Dir: Edwin Wright
2003 Othello Bianca Centrepoint Theatre,[22] Dir: Alison Quigan
2003 Middle Age Spread Judy Centrepoint Theatre, Dir: Jonathan Hendry
2002 Road Carol/Valerie Studio 77, Dir: Larry Rew
2002 One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest Nurse Flinn Circa Theatre,[23] Dir: Andrew Foster
2002 Leah Burgundy/Gloucester's Servant NZ Actors Company, Dir: Simon Bennett

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