Originally hailing from Perth, Lucy graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts with a Bachelor of Arts (Music Theatre).
Lucy’s screen credits include ABC’s comedy Get Krack!n (Series 2) appearing as herself, Roxy in Sisters (Netflix), Chantelle “Tugger” Waugh in Doctor Doctor (Nine Network/Essential Media), Sophie Frances Cohen in The Letdown (Giant Dwarf/ABC TV/Netflix), Officer Hernandez in How To Stay Married (Princess Pictures), Katie Halloway in Now Add Honey (Gristmill), Cherry in Goddess (The Film Company/Wildheart Films), Michelle in Upper Middle Bogan (Gristmill/ABCTV), Judy in Here Come The Habibs (Jungle/ Nine Network), Nicola in The Moodys (Jungleboys/ABCTV), Bunny in Dripping in Chocolate (Southern Star/ UKTV), Cassie Bennett in Headland (Seven Network), roles in All Saints, Rush and Elissa Down’s The Dripping Tap.
Lucy’s stage credits include the roles of Glinda the Good Witch in both the original Australian cast of Wicked (Gordon Frost Organisation) and the recent successful tour of Wizard of Oz (GFO), as Elle Woods in Legally Blonde The Musical (GFO) for which she won a Helpmann and Sydney Theatre Award, Sybil Chase in Private Lives (Melbourne Theatre Company), Peggy Sawyer in 42nd Street, Miss Dorothy in the Australian Premiere of Thoroughly Modern Millie, Lois Lane/Bianca in Kiss Me Kate and Laurey in Oklahoma! (all for The Production Company) as well as Cinderella in Into The Woods (The Capitol Theatre/ Rob Guest Endowment), Rikki Rose in Respect (Jim McPherson) and Mamma Mia! (Dainty/Louise Withers) in which she understudied and performed the role of Sophie.
As a voice over artist, Lucy has created a number of audiobooks including Dame Mary Durack’s Kings In Grass Castles and children’s book titled Lucy The Good.
Lucy’s radio show My Soundtrack has been the ABC’s most downloaded radio show for the past five summers.
Her screen-writing debut Lift in which she also starred, premiered on Ten Peach in February 2019 and currently available to be streamed on TenPlay.
She can be heard on her self-titled debut album Lucy Durack, on which she also debuts as a songwriter as well as the album Witches, both available on iTunes and in ABC stores around the country.