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Lucy Moir

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Gender: Female
Age Range: 24 - 37
Height: 171cm
Base Location: Melbourne
Available In: International, Melbourne, Sydney
Skills: Actor, Writer, Musician
Hair: Auburn
Eye: Blue
Memberships: M.E.A.A



Feature Film

2018 Melanie Blazing Arrow Media, Caitlin Farrugia
2015 Kate Moccasin, Gregory Erdstein
2015 Lucy's friend See-Saw, Garth Davis
2014 Young Molly Universal , Jocelyn Moorhouse

Short Film

2018 Milly Glue Factory Pictures, Nicholas Dunn
2018 Fi Exile Shorts, Rob Summons
2018 Lucy VCA, Michael Zito
2017 Ruth Exit Films, Bonnie Moir


2018 Sara Melbourne Fringe, Lucy Moir & Debra Lawrance
2017 Joan Melbourne Fringe, Francis Greenslade
2014 Laura Melbourne Fringe, Adam Spellicy
2013 June 30 Griffin Theatre, Chris Issacs
2013 Lucy Sydney Int. Arts Festival, Tanya Goldberg
2012 Lucy Brisbane Powerhouse, Tanya Goldberg
2012 Jess Griffin Theatre, Tanya Goldberg
2011 Lucy Ride On Theatre, Mark Winter
2009 Gina NIDA , Kip Williams


2012 Linda Butler ABC Television , Ian Barry
2011 female detective , Jonathan Auf Der Heide


2016 Woman Made of Fire, Matthew Chuang


2019 Hero , Thibault Debaveye
2016 Hero Parlour, Glenn Luck
2015 Hero
2015 Hero , Ben Saunders
2014 Hero Medibank
2013 Hero Guilty , Corrie Jones
2013 Hero Handee
2010 Crying girl Exit Films, Mark Molloy

Voice Over

2019 Hero Saturday Paper
2018 Hero Office Works
2018 Hero Sports Australia
2017 Hero Astra
2016 Hero Kathmandu

Training & Additional Notes

Praise for Write Loud and Clear About What Hurts:

"The blistering performances in Lucy Moir’s piece make the audience gasp and laugh as pent-up emotions come tumbling out."

"...the writing is splendid; the dialogue is fast, furious, visceral and at times so honest it is scorchingly funny...The acting, though, is first-rate and highly-charged, with Moir superlative as Sara, all blazing hostility one moment and awkward vulnerability the next".

-Melbourne Arts Review 

"This show’s humour inhabits similar territory, exploring the desperate comedy that comes out of psychological pain. It also recalls Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Fleabag, another show about a fucked up woman, although it’s rather less bleak. Moir and Lawrance are both very funny performers who turn the absurdities of mental anguish with the necessary undercurrent of compassion for their characters."

-Alison Croggon, Witness Performance 
Shoe Size: 9
Clothing Size: Female - 10
Waist: 75cm
Bust: 91cm
Natural Accent: Australian
Accent Skills: Australian, Cockney, English, Irish, Russian
Voice Style: Accents, Animation, Singing, Impersonation
Languages: French, Spanish
Hair Length: Long, Messy
Hair Style: Wavy
Instrumental: String
Singing: Jazz
Sport & Athletic: Fencing, Horse Riding, Yoga
Drivers Licence: Car
Voice Style: Accents, Animation, Singing, Impersonation

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