About Anne Lacey
Anne trained in Scotland, France and Italy. Theatre work includes Earthquakes In London (NT); The House of Bernarda Alba, Dear Scotland (National Theatre of Scotland); Cuttin’ A Rug, Thérèse Raquin, The Killing of Sister George (Glasgow Citizens); Uncle Vanya (West Yorkshire Playhouse); The Pearl Fisher, All this Will Come to Nothing, Dark Earth, The Straw Chair, Bondagers, The Silver Sprig, Shetland Saga, Distracted (Traverse); Men Should Weep (Oxford Stage); Victoria (Royal Shakespeare Company); Shining Souls (Old Vic); Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off, The House with the Green Shutters, The Cone Gatherers, Tall Tales and Jack Tamson’s Bairns (Communicado). Anne has also worked with Dundee Rep, the Tron, Donmar Warehouse, and most recently several appearances at Òran Mór including Happy Hour, A Dead Man’s Dying and The Dacha.
Film work includes The Secret Garden, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, This Year’s Love, Wiyuld, My Life So Far, Strictly Sinatra, And Then I Was French and, among many, the shorts Mirror Mirror, Nan, Fishy and The Bedfords.
Television work includes Hamish Macbeth (series regular), Shetland, Monarch of the Glen, Molly and Mack, Holby City, Tinsel Town, Stacey Stone, Doctor Finlay, Deacon Brodie, Sweet Nothings, Wildflowers, The Real Thing, Knowing the Score and Rab C. Nesbitt.
Her many BBC Radio credits include Tender is the Night, Hunger, Gold, The Breach, Keeping Mum, Reacher’s Point, Blown Away, The Cherry Blossom Whiskey Company, Sullom Voe, Quartet, and Mr Anwar’s Farewell to Stornaway.