Lucy is featured in the Sunday issue of YOU magazine! The new photoshoot and gorgeous and below, you can read the full interview. Enjoy!

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YOU – Having been discovered as a South London schoolgirl, Lucy Boynton may now become the Netflix face of her generation. The former child actress – who has made the elusive leap to adult star – is poised to be binge-watched by her millennial contemporaries when she appears opposite Naomi Watts in Gypsy, a highly anticipated new drama from the streaming service. In the ten-part series, released this month, Lucy plays a young woman addicted to prescription pills who becomes overly close to her therapist [Naomi], who has issues of her own and encourages the crossing of doctor-patient boundaries. I have previewed the show, filmed in New York and directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson (among others), and predict it will be a huge hit. ‘Big films used to be very much the thing, but nowadays people see the value in getting to explore characters over a longer space of time,’ says Lucy.

We meet just hours after she has finished filming in a Welsh forest for another Netflix drama, Apostle, starring Dan Stevens (of Downton fame), about a religious cult in 1905, with Lucy playing the leader’s daughter. Filming wrapped at 2am: ‘Sorry I am so incoherent,’ she croaks. ‘Lack of sleep is not helping my vocabulary.’ Yet despite being tired, she is articulate and effusive.

From Blackheath, Southeast London, Lucy, 23, is the daughter of two journalists, which may explain her eloquence. Her father Graham is a newspaper travel editor and her mother Adriaane is a freelance writer. Lucy seems highly intelligent and is a product of top London girls’ schools: first Blackheath High School, where she was discovered in a drama class aged 11, and then James Allen’s Girls’ School, which also turned out actresses Charlotte Ritchie and Sally Hawkins.

For as long as Lucy can remember, she has wanted to act. ‘It was never enough for me to just watch something, I needed to understand it. My favourite film was My Girl [the 1991 coming-of-age tale]. I’d replay Anna Chlumsky doing the funeral scene [her best friend dies from an allergic reaction to a bee sting] over and over, and then go to the mirror to see if I could make myself cry by thinking of my cat dying.

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Lucy attended the London Edition’s Summer Solstice Party hosted by Leith Clark & Violet Book on June 21, 2017 in London. Many thanks to my friend at Marvelous Margot!

I have updated the gallery with our first episode still (from 1×06) featuring Lucy in ‘Gypsy’. We still don’t know much about her character but be sure to check Netflix on June 30 for more!
Thanks to my friend Emily at Marvelous Margot for the help.

Hi everyone, and welcome to Adoring Lucy Boynton! I am so happy to finally launch the site after months of work to bring you the latest news and photos about this talented British actress. She is best known for her role as Posy Fossil in ‘Ballet Shoes’, Margaret Dashwood in ‘Sense and Sensibility’ and more recently as Raphina in ‘Sing Street’. You will soon see her alongside an amazing cast in Kenneth Branagh’s ‘Murder on the Orient Express’.

I am still working on the career pages to provide you with the most comprehensive resource but you can already browse the site and take a look at the pages to find information about Lucy. And make sure to check out our gallery with +5k of high quality pictures and exclusive contents including public appearances, photoshoots and much more!

We are also very active on social media such as Twitter that you can follow to stay up-to-date with everything Lucy related. You can also find us on tumblr @ DailyBoynton for edits and gifs.

And finally, I would like to thank my friends Emily and Jay for their help with some of the content, Nicole for the amazing header and Luciana at Jessica Chastain Network for the career page inspiration.

I hope you will enjoy your visite and don’t hesitate to bookmark the site. Thank you!

Entertainment Weekly released a first look at ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ in the May 12 issue. Thanks to my friend Emily for the scans.

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Magazine Scans > 2017 > Entertainment Weekly (May 12)
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