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Louisa Lytton

Louisa Lytton is a screen and stage performer. Her television career started in 1998 with performances in The Bill as Natalie Shepherd. 1999 saw her dance on ITV’s Michael Barrymore’s Kids Say the Funniest Things, and make an appearance on BBC’s French and Saunders: Let Them Eat Cake. She has appeared on Hearts and Bones (2000), Popworld (2001), When Tennis Ruled the World (2001), Aliens Amongst Us... Read more >>

Louisa Lytton

Louisa Lytton Overview

Louisa Lytton is a screen and stage performer. Her television career started in 1998 with performances in The Bill as Natalie Shepherd. 1999 saw her dance on ITV’s Michael Barrymore’s Kids Say the Funniest Things, and make an appearance on BBC’s French and Saunders: Let Them Eat Cake. She has appeared on Hearts and Bones (2000), Popworld (2001), When Tennis Ruled the World (2001), Aliens Amongst Us (2002) and worked on Like Father Like Son (2004). Between 2005 and 2006 she appeared as Ruby Allen on EastEnders, and between 2007 and 2008 played P.C. Beth Green on The Bill. 2010 saw her gain the role of Grace Fielding on Casualty.

Film work includes appearances in Ali G in Da House (2001), Warner Bro’s Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002), and as Imogen in Universal’s American Pie: Book of Love (2009).

Stage work includes playing a child in the RSC’s Romeo and Juliet, directed by Adrian Noble, back in 1997. In 2002, she played Joan of Arc in Blood Royal, and in 2008 played the title role in First Family Entertainment’s panto of Peter Pan. Since, she has appeared twice with the British Shakespeare Company, first as Cobweb in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and secondly as Hero in Much Ado About Nothing.

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