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Lucy Porter

Knowledge Identifier: +Lucy_Porter


Lucy Porter

English actress, writer and comedienne add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1973.

Countries: United Kingdom (57%), United States (29%), (14%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Rob Brydon, The Guardian, Steve Martin

Linked to: University of Manchester, Wallington High School for Girls




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Lucy Porter was born in 1973 add something


Her first high profile acting role was alongside Christian Slater in the stage version of "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2004 add something


In 2005, she made regular appearances on "Broken News" as Claudia Van Sant add something


She reprised her role of a nurse for the 2005 London production add something


In July 2006 she appeared in the first episode of Rob Brydon's "Annually Retentive" panel show-based comedy add something


Porter appeared in 2007 on ITV2's "Comedy Cuts", a programme showcasing the best of the British stand-up comedy circuit add something


In May 2007, Porter became host of a "The Guardian" podcast, "Many Questions" and more recently 'The Heckle' add something


In June 2007, Porter came second in a celebrity edition of "The Weakest Link" add something


In 2008, Porter began work as a team captain on the BBC Radio 4 panel game "Act Your Age" add something


Lucy Porter has recorded her stand-up show "The Good Life" for a DVD release by independent label Go Faster Stripe, and appeared in the 2008 and 2009 series of "Mock The Week" add something


In 2009 Lucy took her show 'The Bare Necessities' on a tour of the UK, playing 30 dates between February - June add something


In September 2009 Lucy appeared on The One Show on BBC One to do a feature on heights add something


In November 2009 Lucy appeared on Celebrity Mastermind achieving a record-breaking score of 35 with Steve Martin as her specialist subject add something


She is short, describing herself in 2010 as when appearing on "The Rob Brydon Show" add something


In 2011 Lucy worked alongside Ed Byrne as her partner in Pointless Celebrities, eventually losing in the penultimate round add something


The couple have two children: Emily, and a second child born on 24 December 2011 add something


In 2014, Lucy wrote her debut stage play, "The Fair Intellectual Club", which premièred at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014 at the Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh, directed by Marilyn Imrie add something


In February 2017, Porter was a guest on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast add something


In 2018 Porter along with professional quizzer Jenny Ryan launched "Fingers On Buzzers" a podcast about quiz and game shows add something


In early 2019 Porter returned to Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast with Ryan and they discussed Fingers On Buzzers and other topics add something