Many people have been raving about Netflix's new period drama Bridgerton, but for one South Hams resident it was even more exciting. Lucy (right) on screen in Bridgerton with Jonathan Bailey (left) as Anthony Bridgerton and Ruth Gemmell (centre) as Lady Violet Bridgerton This week I settled down to watch the new Netflix series, in pyjamas and too full of leftovers to move much, and then I spotted a familiar face. Having written the reviews for KATS (Kingsbridge Amateur Theatrical Society) and Kingsbridge Community College productions, I had become familiar with Lucy Booker and it was her that I had spotted in the background of one of the biggest series of the year. Lucy on stage with Anthony Chamberlain in KATS' production of Fiddler on the Roof Lucy, 20, lives in South Milton, and goes by her stage name of Lucy Anna Richardson. Knowing she wanted to be an actor since before she could walk, at one point she was performing in three local productions at once, with KATS, MAD (
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