Lucy and Rami Malek were in Paris earlier this month to attend the Miu Miu Fall/Winter 2018-2019 show during Paris Fashion Week.

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Public Appearances > 2018 > Paris Fashion Week – Miu Miu F/W18-19 Show
Public Appearances > 2018 > Paris Fashion Week – Miu Miu F/W18-19 After Show

Lucy was out again yesterday (February 3) to attend the 2018 DIRECTV NOW Super Saturday Night Concert in Minneapolis.

I have updated the gallery with high quality pictures of Lucy attending the ALEXACHUNG Fantastic Collection Party with Rami Malek on January 30, 2018 in London. Thanks to my friend Emily for the help.

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Public Appearances > 2018 > ALEXACHUNG Fantastic Collection Party

Now that ‘Rebel in the Rye’ is available on DVD/Blu-ray and on demand, I was able to update the gallery with HD screencaptures of Lucy! She is playing Claire Douglas, J. D. Salinger’s second wife.

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Film Productions > Rebel In The Rye (2017) > Blu-Ray Screencaptures


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Magazine Scans > 2017 > Crash UK (Fall)
Studio Photoshoots > Outtakes & Sessions > 2017 > Session 017

CRASH – Fresh and talented young face Lucy Boynton is one of the most promising actresses of her generation. Playing in movies and TV series since the age of twelve, she stands head and shoulders above the rest for the precision of her acting. Recently on screen in John Carney’s “Sing Street,” she has portrayed her first lead role with grace and spontaneity.

What made you want to act in films?
When I was ten there was a new drama teacher at school, Helen Kaye, who was an actress herself, and must have been the first actress I’d met. She was so glamorous and taught us that acting isn’t about pretending to be someone else, but working to really feel like someone else, departing from your own instincts and idiosyncrasies to feel someone else’s. It was a pretty wild and inspiring thing to discover at such a young age. This is one of the few jobs that offers one the opportunity to live a thousand lives as a thousand different people, I don’t know how you could say no to that.

At twelve, you got your first role in Chris Noonan’s film titled “Miss Potter,” about the life of children’s author, Beatrix Potter. How did you live this experience at such a young age?
It was very intimidating but an utterly thrilling experience. I had grown up reading Beatrix Potter books so I was well aware of the reputation and the remarkable human I was portraying, so I felt pressure of course to do her justice. I had also never done anything like it before so I had no idea what to expect. But it was the most magical experience, and Chris Noonan was the kindest most nurturing leader. I feel incredibly lucky to have had that be my introduction to this industry.

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Lucy attended the L’Orla Resort SS18 Launch Dinner on December 12, 2017 in London.