Lucille Howe is an energetic and cultured actress and writer. She graduated from Manchester University with a BA (Hons) in Drama and went on to study acting at Drama Studio London.

She is represented as a screenwriter by Deborah Shaw at Nylander Shaw and as an actress by Jessica Jones at Winterson's.

Her writing on travel, culture and lifestyle has been published in, among others, The Guardian, The Times, The Telegraph, Stylist, Grazia and Conde Nast Traveller. She has also lead courses on Creative Writing for C4 and The Telegraph.

​During her time as Features Editor on Cosmopolitan Magazine, Australia, she wrote her first book, Bondi Blonde, which saw her represented by Curtis Brown and has since been adapted by Lucille into feature film, Brit in Bondi. She also wrote a raft of ‘sealed sections’ where cutting-edge copy like, ‘Why a line of coke is cheaper than your cappuccinio’, was just a perforated tear away.

Lucille lives in South East London with her photographer husband, and her Swiss mountain dog, Buckley. When she's not writing or acting she enjoys hot yoga, wild swimming and hula hooping.

Lucille’s acting work includes a supporting role in feature film, Off the Rails, which had a global theatrical release and is now available to stream on Amazon Prime.

She is also part of the BAFTA-winning cast of How To Be A Person on All4 and plays the guest lead in episode 82 of Doctors on BBC1.

She recently filmed a small role for the new Sky adaptation of Day Of The Jackal, starring Eddie Redmayne, out next year.

As a presenter, she hosts online content for Australian travel company, Inspiring Vacations, which can be viewed HERE.

Lucille has been photographed by David Bailey and Rankin. She performed on the burlesque scene as alter-ego, Honey Deville. She is skilled at yoga, tennis, hula hooping, speaks French to a high standard and basic Spanish. She has a full driving licence and an EU (Irish) passport.

She cannot ride a horse. Whatever she tells you.

Please refer to Lucille's Spotlight and IMDB for more information.

Lucille worked for almost three decades as a journalist before moving into screenwriting.

Having been signed to Curtis Brown with her novel, Bondi Blonde, Lucille began working on the screenplay adaptation. Brit in Bondi is the reworking of the original project which is currently in development with UK production company Buffalo Dragon (Stranger in Our Bed, Bolan's Shoes) and Australian production company, Beyond International, part of Banijay.

Buffalo Dragon have also picked up her subsequent TV comedy series – Jubilee Park – which explores life through the lens of a child-free couple and the community of their local park.

Her portfolio also includes:

  • TV streaming comedy, Bad Yogis.
  • TV drama, Off-Grid.
  • Short film, The Understudy.

Lucille draws on her skills as both a journalist and an actress to write contemporary, commercial scripts with authentic female leads.

She is known to write the odd part for, ahem, herself.

Read a sample from Brit in Bondi or Jubilee Park.

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