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Lucy Fry

Biography

Increasing Aussie televisions star who got her breakout role as Zoey on Lightning Stage. She also performed Lyla within the series Mako: Isle of Secrets. In 2014 she got on the part of Lissa Dragomir within the film Vampire Academy. She got her first tv part at age group 18 on the 2010 bout of H20: Simply Add Drinking water. She reprised her part as Lyla in 2013’s Mako Mermaids. She was created in Wooloowin, Queensland and includes a sister. She was solid opposing Portia de Rossi within the 2014 humor Add Honey.

Quick Facts


Full Name Lucy Fry
Date Of Birth March 13, 1992
Place Of Birth Wooloowin, Australia
Height 1.75 m
Profession TV Actress
Education Brisbane Girls Grammar School
Nationality Australian
Movies Bright, The Darkness, Mr. Church, The Preppie Connection, Now Add Honey, Vampire Academy
TV Shows Mako: Island of Secrets, 11.22.63, Lightning Point, Wolf Creek
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1Lucy was a runner up in the 2007 Girlfiend Magazine Model Search.


Actress

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
11.22.632016TV Mini-Series filmingMarina Oswald
6 Miranda Drive2016completedStephanie Taylor
Cleveland.2016pre-productionPrudence
Henry Joseph Church2016completedPoppy
The Preppie Connection2015Alex Hayes
Now Add Honey2015Honey Halloway
Vampire Academy2014Lissa Dragomir
Mako Mermaids2013TV SeriesLyla
Reef Doctors2013TV SeriesJosie
Lightning Point2012TV SeriesZoey
H2O: Just Add Water2010TV SeriesStudent at Graduation

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Made in Hollywood: Teen Edition2014TV SeriesHerself
Made in Hollywood2014TV SeriesHerself
Omg! Insider2014TV SeriesHerself

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