Lucy Briers trained in acting at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. She has worked at the National Theatre, the Royal Court, Soho Theatre, performed in many regional theatres including Edinburgh, Sheffield and Birmingham and performed her one woman show off Broadway. On television she has been fortunate enough to rub shoulders with Mr Darcy in the BBC Pride and Prejudice and escape death in Midsomer Murders. In 2011, Lucy played Pope Joan in Caryl Churchill’s Top Girls at the Chichester Festival Theatre and the Trafalgar Studios, London. She was seen in Count Arthur Strong on BBC2 and in the Alan Partridge film Alpha Papa. Lucy played Catherine of Aragon and Lady Rochford in Michael Poulton’s adaptations of Hilary Mantel’s novels Wolf Hall and Bring Up The Bodies in London and New York and is currently working at Chichester Festival Theatre on a seaon of Chekhov plays. Lucy is also currently training to be an energy healer and co-writing a sitcom called Women Aloud.