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Lucy Perkins is a British based film, television and stage actress. She has featured in productions such as Days That Shook the World, "Your So Called Comedy Show",Britain's Finest Actresses, Helen of Troy and The Real CSI. Perkins' theatre credits include Trainspotting, The Cherry Orchard, 'Sweetheart', Whale Music and The Insect Play Her play 'Re;' which she co-wrote with BitRandom Productions debuted at the Exeter Fringe Festival in 2011. Her short film 36 Hours was featured at the 2005 Cannes Film Festival[disputed ]. Perkins' featured in the short film "Last Train to Demise" directed by Kristian Digby, which won several international awards.
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