Alice Lowe, an English actress, and scriptwriter well known for her comedic roles as Madeline Wool/Liz Asher in Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace and a featuring role in the 2012 film Sightseers as Tina, which she additionally co-composed.
Alice Lowe was born on 3 April 1977 in Coventry, West Midlands, England. She went to Kenilworth School and graduated from King’s College, Cambridge.
|Birth Date||3 April 1997|
|Birth Place||Coventry, West Midlands, England, UK|
|Active Year||Since 2001|
|Family||One child daughter|
Before fame, she graduated from King’s College of Cambridge. Lowe begins her acting career in theater shows like Snowbound and Progress in Flying Machines.
Lowe started her career as co-formulating and performing in strange exploratory auditorium shows, for example, City Haunts, Snowbound, and Progress in Flying Machines with David Mitchell and Robert Webb under the direction of Paul King, and also guided her in The Mighty Boosh and Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace.
She was a piece of the cast in Garth Marenghi’s Fright Knight nearby fellow Cambridge graduates Richard Ayoade and Matt Holness. In 2000 they were nominated for the Perrier Award at the Edinburgh Fringe.
In 2001, she won that award for performing in the continuation of Fright Knight, Garth Marenghi’s Netherhead. In 2005 she came back to the Fringe with MoonJourney, science fiction-themed Kate Bush
In 2009, Lowe showed up with Steve Coogan on his Alan Partridge and Different Less Fruitful Characters visit. She played one of the supporting performing artists, filling in the middle of Coogan’s character changes and playing a portion of the support characters in representations.
Her TV credits incorporate Channel 4’s spoof horror comedy Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace, Beth in the BBC satire/ comedy series My Life in Film, David Bowie in the BBC series Snuff Box, and a common role in Rob Brydon’s Annually Retentive.
She was a piece of the all-female satire/comedy show Beehive alongside Sarah Kendall, Barunka O’Shaughnessy and Clare Thomson which was disclosed on E4, and was a customary cast member from the CBBC show Horrible Histories amid the second and third seasons.
Her BBC Three pilot “LifeSpam: My Child Is French” was released in 2009, and she co-composed and featured in Channel 4’s Arcadia. In February 2010, she showed up in and content altered the pilot for a “sort- of-sketch- show” called Missing Scene.
She has visitor likewise starred in various TV programs incorporating as Monkey in “The Priest and the Beast” scene of The Mighty Boosh, as Patricia in the “Fifty-Fifty” scene of The IT Crowd, a specialist in the “Travel Stories” scene of Black Books, Madonna in a scene of Channel 4’s Star Stories, just as scenes of Little Britain, Come Fly with Me, Ruddy Hell! It’s Harry and Paul, Wonderful peoples and This is Jinsy. She showed up in the music video for “Bastardo” by Charlotte Hatherley, coordinated by Edgar Wright.
Alice Lowe co-composed and featured in the short movie Stiffy, directed by Jacqueline Wright, which debuted at Cannes in 2005 as a part of the Kodak Straight 8 competition.
Her self-wrote short film Sticks and Balls was screened at Cannes in 2007. In 2010 together with Wright, she established the production company Jackal Movies, making a short film every long stretch of that year.
Lowe showed up in the action comedy movie Hot Fuzz and played a lead role in the 2012 movie Sightseers, the third production from director Ben Wheatley. Sightseers were composed by Lowe with Steve Oram, with extra material by Amy Hop. Lowe had a role in the Edgar Wright-directed movie The World’s End.
Highlights and Achievements
Alice spent her childhood with her family in Coventry, Warwickshire, England. She graduated from King’s College, Cambridge and began acting in theater indicates like Snowbound and Progress in Flying Machines.
She composed a short movie considered Sticks and Balls that debuted at the Cannes Film Festival in 2007.
Edgar Wright was a producer of Sightseers, which she composed and featured. English on-screen character(actress) and screenwriter who is famous for her comedic roles in the Garth Marenghi series and a featuring role in the 2012 film Sightseers.
While filming Prevenge, Lowe was pregnant and later gave birth to a beautiful daughter, Della.
Talking about her achievements, she has been nominated in many award show. Among then she nominated for the Perrier Award at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2000. In 2001, she won an award for performing in the continuation of Fright Knight.
Alice Lowe Net Worth
Movies of Alice
In 2007 Hot Fuzz role as Tina
In 2011 Kill List role as Radio Reporter
In 2012 Sightseers as Tina
In 2013 The World’s End as Young Lady
In 2014 Locken as Sister Margaret
In 2014 Paddington as Geographer’s Receptionist
In 2014 Electricity as Sylvia
In 2015 Aaaaaaaah! as Sitcom Eudora
In 2015 Burn Burn Burn as Davina
In 2016 Adult Life Skills as Alice
In 2016 Stoner Express as Roxy
In 2016 Prevenge as Ruth
In 2016 Chubby Funny as Susan
In 2016 The Ghoul as Kathleen
In 2018 Wild Honey Pie as Gerry
In 2018 Solis as Commander Roberts
In 2018 Sometimes Always Never as Sue
In 2018 The Fight as Heather
In 2018 Black Mirror: Bandersnatch as Dr.Haynes
In 2019 Eternal Beauty