Lucy Reynolds has much to celebrate. Not only has she just graduated as an actor from the Royal Welsh College, and was one of two RWCMD winners of the Carleton Hobbs Bursary Award this year, but she’s just been announced as the Spotlight Best Screen Actor.
The annual Spotlight Prize puts 20 young actors from leading drama schools in front of an audience of industry professionals, helping to establish their careers as professional performers.
Well that’s it! Two incredible days over! Blessed to be a part of this incredible opportunity! I’m so lucky to have met the most talented and gorgeous people. It would be an absolute pleasure to cross paths again with every single one of you. Thank you @RWCMD & @SpotlightUK ❤️ https://t.co/LV9cUjkLp3
— LucyReynolds (@lucireyrey) July 16, 2019
The judges for best screen actor included Lucy Bevan CDG, Jenny Duffy CDG, Kelly Valentine Hendry CDG/CSA and Rich Mento CSA.
Lucy’s winning performance, directed by Alexandra Boyd, included Five Kinds of Silence by Shelagh Stevenson, which you can see on the Spotlight website.
Here’s a video of Lucy’s RWCMD Showcase.
Featured image shows Lucy in NEW:2019’s Kasimir and Karoline.
All photos Kirsten McTernan