Lucy Tillett was born in England in 1973. She has worked in drama, comedy and thriller.
She lived in France until she was 10 when she moved to Malaga. At 11 she already acts in plays and she stands out from her peers in theatre class in secondary school. At 18 Lucy Moves to New-York. There she discovers her talent for acting collaborating in various short films at the Tribeca Film Institute. At 20 she goes to live in Buenos Aires where she stays for 5 years in which she decides to start her training at Augusto Fernandes’s Drama school. She acts in various short films among which is worth mentioning ”Noches Aticas” By Sandra Gugliota. She also acts in the TV series “90-60-90”.
Then Lucy moves to London where she continues her training with the American Steven Buckwald and attending specialised courses at the City Lit. She collaborates in various short films of the National Film school. Acting repeatedly for the Director Alexis Dos Santos for whom later on living in Barcelona she acts the role of bookshop keeper in his film “Unmade Beds”. In Barcelona she continues training in the Acting School of Txiky Berraondo and Manuel Lillo along with other workshops such as Mel Chercher ‘s and Gabriela Izcovich’s.
She acts in the film “Paintball” by Daniel Benmayor, in “Escalofrio” by Isidro Ortiz and in short films such as “La muerte de Otilia Ruiz” by Ida Cuellar.
She also acts in the series “El cort de la ciutat”.
Recently she acts in the film “ayer no termina nunca” by Isabel Coixet and in “Próxima piel” by Isaki Lacuesta.
She has also played the main part in the pilot of the series”Love Hotel” produced by Amy Gillian.
- Native with latin accent
- High level
Curso intensivo con Mel Churcher
Curso intensivo de dramaturgia de Gabriela Izcovich en la Sala beckett Barcelona
Improvisación con Txiki Berraondo y Manuel Lillo
Curso de dramaturgia Stephen C Buckwald
Curso de acting para Castings y clases de técnica de voz. In City Lit London
Método de Lee Strasberg. Augusto Fernandez Escuela de actores en Buenos Aire