Lily Bevan trained at RADA and has a BA in Social & Political Sciences from Cambridge. She is Artistic Director of Osip Theatre, writes for The Huffington Post and in...Read More
Lily Bevan trained at RADA and has a BA in Social & Political Sciences from Cambridge. She is Artistic Director of Osip Theatre, writes for The Huffington Post and in 2012 has been co-writing a new British feature film 'The Guide' with Emma Thompson.
Her stage performances include various productions at the Cambridge ADC Theatre and Arts Theatre. In 2001, she made her London debut in the Hen and Chickens Theatre, before appearing in various RADA productions, such as Wuthering Heights, as Portia in The Merchant of Venice, and A Chorus of Disapproval. In 2006, under Thea Sharrock’s direction, she appeared as Miss Cox in Voyage Around My Father, a production which started at the Donmar Warehouse and transferred to the Wyndhams Theatre. In 2007, she appeared at the King’s Head and at Hampstead Theatre. She has appeared at a great variety of other London theatres, including the King’s Head, Hampstead Theatre, the Old Red Lion, the Tabard Theatre, The Bush Theatre in its 66 Books, and – most recently – at Southwark Playhouse. In 2010, she made her debut at the Trafalgar Studios in Stephen and the Sexy Partridge, where she returns in October 2012 to perform as Hillary in Celebrity Night at Cafe Red, a play she has also written and directs.
Screen performances include BBC’s How Proust Can Change Your Life (2000), Sweet Revenge (2001) and as Emily in Doctor Who (2009). She appeared as Nancy Meyers in the 2006 film Holiday, produced by Sony Pictures, and on radio has worked on Rumpole and the Reign of Terror and A Voyage Round My Father (both in 2007).
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