About Me   


Actor/Writer based in Bristol/London


Graduate of Rose Bruford & Clemson University, South Carolina

Represented by Louise at BAM Associates

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The short film "Is that all there is?" won the best drama at Brighton Rocks Film Festival 2020, where Lily played the role of Sharon.



    Recent Work    


The Feature Film Hannah More has won numerous awards including: three semi-finalist awards; Madrid Film Awards, Montreal Independent Film Festival, Cannes International Independent Film Festival.

Four Finalist Awards: Under The Stars FF, Florence Film Awards, Green Mountain Christian Film Festival, Out of the Can IFF.

Best Score: Five Continents Film Festival and Best Director, Best Foreign Film and Best Costume from Christian Film Festival, VA, USA.

Lily has won two Best Actress Awards; Five Continents Film Festival and Christian Film Festival, VA, USA. The Film has also been selected to screen at The International Women's Film Festival, Aarhus, Denmark.

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The Sea Is Orange

Starter Homes


New Piece Written for NeuroSpectular (Neurospectacular is a collective of writers and perfomers to autistic/Neurodiverse people) is now available to watch on Youtube. 


Lily filmed Short film 'Starter Homes' director Jacob Hughes back in March and it is now available to watch on youtube. 

Eating Cake

Scriptwriters & Co

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She experienced filming adhering to all government guidelines in August, filming short film 'Eating Cake' playing the Lead Role. Directed by Jacob Hughes 



Lily is a Script reader for popular Script writing evening / competition - Scriptwriters & Co 

    Interactive Role-Play/      Drama Teaching 


Lily played lead Angie in Who Cares is an interactive play written by Family Court Judge Stephen Wildblood find more from Louise Tickle’s write up in the Guardian.


The fact that this scene is from a play, written by family judge Stephen Wildblood QC – who takes the role of the judge – does not diminish the gravity of what we have just watched Tickle, Louise, The Guardian, 18th December 2019. 

Lily researched the parts with incredible commitment and really understood the issues that were shown on stage. Her Brilliant performance meant a great deal to many people who have gone through the experiences shown in the play.

Guardian Photo of 'Who Cares' from Louis


"it was an immense privilege for me to see how she picked up the parts, developed them and made them her own. It was wonderful to work with Lily in rehearsals and see, not only her amazing skills as an actor but also her contribution to the team." - Playwright & Director Stephen Wildblood. 

Since this play, Lily has performed in another of Wildblood’s plays: Daisy through the looking glass which was performed live over Zoom and recorded for youtube you can watch Here. 

"Daisy Through the Looking Glass is an important, taboo-busting short play
by HHJ Stephen Wildblood QC, a family court judge.

The play takes the viewer on a journey of how family breakdown can become inter-generational and how parents and the family justice system become complicit in frightful outcomes for children."

"I am so pleased that Lily and I  are now working on other schemes to try and bring an about better understanding of how people live their lives." Stephen Wildblood, Playwright & Director 


Lily is experienced in cooperate law role play – working with BBP.

She also was instrumental in showing how the courts could operate online by acting in the first online trial court case on zoom ran by Judge Stephen Wildblood with Bristol City Council, Bath & Somerset Council, Gloucester City Council.


Audience Feedback: I really enjoyed watching Daisy.  Superb acting by all.  And so well organised with the zoom.



Lily is also an experienced Drama facilitator and acting teacher. 

Lily is a jack of all trades and versatility has to lead her to work with many organisations throughout  Bristol. She is a Teacher/ assistant/cover teacher( for Film/TV & Drama) at PQA Bristol. She is also drama facilitator at after school drama at Southville Primary with Acting Out. She has worked with vulnerable children through Unique Voice summer schools, and as a children’s entertainer with Sharky and George. 

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She will be running an online poetry workshop with vulnerable young people on zoom through Bath & North East Somerset Council with fellow Actor Danann McAleer. She will be performing poems alongside the children which will be recorded and available to watch on youtube. The Poems are written by Playwright Stephen Wildblood. 

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