Lucie Guest is a professional American actor, director, and writer. She got fame in her role in the TV series The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.
She has directed several movies and short films namely Charlie and Yoni, Made for You with Love, Christmas Forgiveness, Be Right Back, Never Better: A Closure Comedy, and more.
Lucie Guest Birth & Early Life
She was born on April 30, 1993, in Vancouver, Canada. She has studied improv and trained with the acclaimed Upright Citizens Brigade and The Groundlings in Los Angeles. She is a graduate of The Second City Conservatory Program.
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Lucie Guest Career
She first acted in the Canadian TV series Edgemont in the year 2005. She has acted in numerous television shows and films since then.
Her major works include Repeaters, Buddy Games, The Main Event, Postal, Hypnotic, Timeless, iZombie, Dead of Summer, Orphan Black, and Supernatural.
She was seen in a supporting role in season 3 of the supernatural horror series Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, played the role of Circe, A Witch of Transformation.
She has worked in several short films as well. She has also written and directed movies and TV shows.
She has writing credits for movies including Charlie and Yoni, Love on Harbour Island, and Love on the Vine.
In the year 2022, she appeared in the science-fiction film The Adam Project, sharing the screen with Ryan Reynolds, Jennifer Garner, and Mark Ruffalo.
She is currently dating actor and writer Matthew Kevin Anderson. He is famous for his work in Two Sentence Horror Stories, Turner & Hooch, and Travelers.
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Some Unknown Facts About Lucie Guest
- She is fond of Pasta and burger.
- She was born and raised in Vancouver, Canada.
- Her film was selected for Kevin Hart’s Top 20 films for JFLs 2017.
- She was named one of the Top Ten Filmmakers to Watch in the year 2017 by Independent Magazine.
- She has also worked as additional crew for few projects namely Final Destination 2, Whisper, The A-Team, Boundaries, and more.
- Her films have been screened internationally and have won awards including Best of Fest at the Women in Comedy Boston Film Festival and Best International Film at the Malibu Film Festival.