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Alice Lowe

Birthday:
04/03/1977
Place of birth:
Coventry, West Midlands, England, UK:
Biography:
An English actress and writer, mainly in comedy. She is known for her roles in the Garth Marenghi series and as the lead and co-writer of the 2012 film Sightseers. She wrote, directed and starred in the 2016 black comedy Prevenge, whilst pregnant herself.

Credits

Eternal Beauty (2020)
as Alice
Dark Encounter (2019)
as Arlene
Days of the Bagnold Summer (2019)
as Carol
The Fight (2019)
as Heather, Home School Teacher
Sometimes Always Never (2019)
as Sue
Get Duked! (2019)
as Superintendent
Black Mirror: Bandersnatch (2018)
as Dr. Haynes
Salt (2018)
as Annie Hardy
Solis (2018)
as Commander Roberts
Wild Honey Pie! (2018)
as Gerry
The Ghoul (2017)
as Kathleen
Chubby Funny (2017)
as Susan
Prevenge (2017)
as Ruth
Stoner Express (2016)
as Roxy
Adult Life Skills (2016)
as Alice
Black Mountain Poets (2016)
as Lisa
Ghosted (2016)
as Rebecca
Burn Burn Burn (2015)
as Davina
Mosquito (2015)
Night Feed (2015)
Aaaaaaaah! (2015)
as Sitcom Eudora
Joseph's Reel (2015)
as The Projectionist
Electricity (2014)
as Sylvia
Paddington (2014)
as Geographers' Guild Receptionist
There's Something in the Attic (2014)
as Woman
Girl Power (2014)
as Alex
Locke (2014)
as Sister Margaret (voice)
Pieces (2013)
as Woman
The Field (2013)
as Sylvia
The World's End (2013)
as Young Lady
The Last Summer on Earth (2013)
as Sherry-Ann
Sightseers (2012)
as Tina
Kill List (2011)
as Radio Reporter
This Christmastime (2010)
as Val Hallah
Brethren (2010)
as Alice
Dead Happy (2010)
as Lucy the Grim Reaper
Connections (2008)
as Wife
Out of Water (2007)
as Maria Bootle
Hot Fuzz (2007)
as Tina
Sticks & Balls (2007)
as Kitty Litta
Stiffy (2005)
as Corpse
Timestalker
as Agnes
Woodlands Dark and Days Bewitched: A History of Folk Horror
as Herself
Prevenge
Director
Prevenge
Writer
Sightseers
Writer
Brethren
Writer
Out of Water
Writer
Sticks & Balls
Director
Stiffy
Writer
Timestalker
Director
Timestalker
Screenplay

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