Warnbro actress Lucy Green forges ahead with an acting career in the US

Warnbro actress Lucy Green forges ahead with an acting career in the US
Warnbro actress Lucy Green forges ahead with an acting career in the US

AFTER graduating from drama school in the US, Warnbro beauty Lucy Green has a burgeoning career ahead of her with plenty of exciting role prospects.

The former Frederick Irwin Anglican School student is visiting family, having graduated from the prestigious Professional Conservatory at Stella Adler – Art of Acting Studio in Los Angeles.

Stella Adler is an internationally recognised school, whose sister school in New York trained actors such as Mark Ruffalo (The Avengers, Shutter Island and Spotlight), Robert De Niro (Goodfellas, The Godfather and Casino) and Bryce Dallas Howard (Jurassic World and The Help).

“I first discovered my love for acting at five years old when I played Tinkerbell in Rockingham,” she said.

“I continued participating in various amateur theatre shows in Rockingham, Kwinana and Mandurah as an actor, dancer and choreographer for the next 10 years.”

After attending full-time ballet at the Terri Charlesworth Ballet College (Youth Ballet WA) for two years, Lucy was 16 years old when she left WA to attend Brent Street Studios in Sydney.

“A highlight for me in Sydney was playing Sally in Cat in The Hat at the Sydney Opera House,” Lucy said.

During her time in Los Angeles, Lucy played the lead Rosalind in Shakespeare’s As You Like It, she wrote and performed a one-woman show about the life of the legendary Lucille Ball and was given the opportunity to work in the US.

“I have no plans of slowing down anytime soon. I am in pre-production for a political-comedy web-series that I’ve created and will star in, shooting in America throughout July,” she said.

“I also have plans to take my one-woman show on Lucille Ball to different festivals throughout America and Australia.”

Lucy will be heading back to the US soon.