Since 2001, Lucy has been a huge hit with comedy audiences up and down the country with her distinctive, bouncy, feel-good comedy. Her stand-up style is characterised as chatty and charming, while dealing with adult themes from a woman's point of view.
At 4' 11" Lucy has often been asked to talk about her diminutive stature and has even guested on The One Show in a feature about height.
She has travelled internationally with her stand-up, taking in the far East (including Hong Kong, Bangkok, Macau and Manila), Switzerland and Paris. She was also invited to Miami to take part in NBC's 'Last Comic Standing' and has performed in the States for NBC and HBO at their Las Vegas Comedy Festival. She's regularly invited to comedy festivals closer to home including Manchester, Glasgow, the prestigious Kilkenny festival and Latitude.
Lucy is a regular face and voice on TV and radio panel shows. She emerged victorious as the champion of a special edition of Celebrity Mastermind for Children in Need, fending off stiff competition from Mark Watson and Dave Spikey. She also broke records by achieving the highest ever celebrity score.
She has appeared on 'Mock the Week', 'Argumental' on the Dave Channel, 'Have I got News for You', 'Clive Anderson's Chat Room', 'Never Mind the Buzzcocks' and 'What the Dickens?'. She is team captain on Radio 4's 'Act Your Age', where she works alongside such showbiz luminaries as Roy Walker and Barry Cryer and she can also be heard on 'The Personality Test' and 'The Unbelievable Truth'.
Lucy has also turned her hand to acting, playing the leading role in Guy Jenkin's new sitcom 'Fried Brain Sandwich'. She has starred in three 5 minute vignettes entitled Lucy Loves You - a series of mini sitcom episodes about her bizarre home life. The show features puppets, live bands, and Lucy having intimate relations with a bear and is available to watch on YouTube.
Lucy played Nurse Flinn in the critically acclaimed, box-office record breaking run of 'One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest' in Edinburgh and London's West End, alongside Christian Slater. She also acted in BBC 2's 'Broken News'.
A highly sought-after comedy writers in Britain, Lucy was one of the lead writers on ITV1's prime-time Sunday night satirical animation series 'Headcases', responsible for turning Dames Helen Mirren and Judi Dench into mouthy Croydon girls, Robert Mugabe into a West Country farmer, and Angelina Jolie into an evil sweatshop gangmaster.
She has recently moved into the world of film and (along with Green Wing writers Fay Rusling and Oriane Messina) has a feature script (working title: Queen of Comedy) in development at leading British film company Warp X.
"She was lovely - really bright and bubbly and very positive about the event. Her very quick humour came over throughout her delivery and she stayed smiling until the very end. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend her." Birmingham City Council - 2012