The Everything Geek Podcast is DELIGHTED to announce that actress/producer Lucy Russell is the next actress/producer we’re confirming for a celebrity guest interview on the podcast!

Lucy is best known for playing Supervisor Grandi in Andor, Grace Elliott in The Lady and the Duke, The Blonde in Following, Missy LeHand in Atlantic Crossing and Nora Howe-Nevinson in Angel. Her other notable roles include Steph in Toni Erdmann, Lady Mountbatten in The Crown, Female Restaurant Guest in Batman Begins, UN Delegate in World War Z, Cath Miller in Cal, Edyth in Tristan + Isolde, Rebecca Lawrence in I’m Still Here, Consul EA in Cognition, Frau Pauline Winteler and Madeleine Renoult-Gilot in Genius, Eloise in The Letter for the King, Catherine Rowe in The Remote Office, CIA Director Dillard in Without Remorse, Mrs. Clementine Whitney in Rebecca, Janice in Far from China, Eve, l’avocate in Everybody Is a Killer, TV Presenter in Cass, American Woman in I Am David, Teacher in Where Hands Touch, Classy Shopper 3 in The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, Publicist in Judy, Melissa Mitchell in The Syndicate, Moira Bloxham in Trigger Point, Winston in The Girlfriend Experience, Gill in Combat Kids, Bea Ward, Hilary Adams and Liz White in Doctors, Jane Sissmore in A Spy Among Friends, Rachel in The Girl Before and Mrs. James in Dark Money. Lucy’s behind the scenes credits include an Executive Producer on How to cope with Oliver Pope.

We’re looking forward to chatting with and interviewing Lucy on the podcast. If you have any questions for Lucy please feel free to leave them in the comments. We’ll make sure to post updates once a date is confirmed for Lucy to be on the podcast.

By Ruari Williamson

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