| Lucy Wigmore|
2002 – present
Stationery, Sign Language
| Gin Wig, Laurie Foell, Vanessa Downing, Benedict Wall, Alan Flower|
Lucy Wigmore is a stage and screen actress 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, 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". Lucy recently finished making a short film called Stationery which she wrote and directed; this film is currently heading for international festivals.
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. She had her first AD and casting role in the Embrace Life Commercial for Sussex Safer Roads.
Lucy's sister Gin Wigmore is a singer and songwriter. Lucy directed one of Gin's music videos, 2016's "Willing to Die". One of Gin's songs, "Lucy Loo," was written for her sister.
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