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Lucy Liemann Biography – Lucy Liemann Wiki
Lucy Liemann is an English actress and the wife of Nigel Harman, a TV, film, and theatre actor and director. The 49-year-old actress has starred in The Bourne Ultimatum, Hotel Babylon, Moving Wallpaper, Reggie Perrin and many more.
After graduation from school, she was spotted at a supermarket by a voice scout who urged her to become a voice artist. Liemann proceeded to study acting at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts. She has worked in theatre, television, and film.
Starting in stage productions, she starred in the initial London production of Carl Djerassi’s play Phallacy in 2005.
Following a series of roles in various standard British television shows, including The Bill and Agatha Christie’s Poirot, she played the part of Lucy in the third part of the Jason Bourne film series, The Bourne Ultimatum.
Actress Liemann played the recurring character Sam Phillips in the television series Moving Wallpaper, and stars as Reggie Perrin’s nubile colleague Jasmine Strauss in the BBC’s 2009–10 reprises of the classic TV show The Fall And Rise Of Reginald Perrin.
She played Sarah Bloxby in the Sky One series Agatha Raisin from 2014 until 2022.
Lucy Liemann Age
She was born Lucy Katherine Liemann on November 24, 1973, in Barnet, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom. She is 49 years old as of 2023.
Nigel Harman Wife Lucy Liemann
Lucy Liemann is the wife of Strictly Come Dancing star Nigel Harman. Nigel and Lucy were married in 2011. They first met on the set of Hotel Babylon.
In April 2012, Nigel Harman’s wife Lucy Liemann gave birth to their first child at the age of 39, a daughter.
Nigel is perhaps best known for his role as the troubled heartthrob Dennis Rickman in EastEnders from 2003 to 2005. His role as Dennis Rickman won him multiple awards, including Most Popular Newcomer at the National Television Awards. He most recently joined BBC’s Casualty as Max Cristie, Holby ED’s new Clinical Lead.
In August 2023, Nigel was announced as a celebrity contestant on the twenty-first series of Strictly Come Dancing.
Lucy stands at a height of 5 feet 7¼ inches (1.71 m) tall.