Lucy Boynton Quotes About Love, Life, Horror, Auditions, Comedy

Lucy Boynton Quotes About Love, Life, Horror, Auditions, Comedy

Lucy Boynton Quotes

I never wanted to take off the pink gown I wore to the ‘Gypsy’ premiere. It was a magical dress for a magical moment.

Lucy Boynton

I realized on my first day on set of ‘Miss Potter’ that there wasn’t going to be anything else that could make me as happy or feel as fulfilled as acting does.

Lucy Boynton

If you’re creating your character, you can have full ownership of the emotional range they go through. You can make bolder choices.

Lucy Boynton

I never went to drama school, but I was really lucky in that both my junior school and secondary school had brilliant drama departments.

Lucy Boynton

As soon as we stop trying to put boxes and labels to every relationship and dynamic, we’ll be so much more liberated and at peace.

Lucy Boynton

People keep referring to ‘Sing Street’ as a musical, but I really never felt it was that. I can’t really define it as a musical.

Lucy Boynton

I am so honoured to be supporting the Elton John AIDS Foundation and their mission making London and our global cities AIDS-free.

Lucy Boynton

I’ve always been really terrible with horror films. I scare really easily and can’t stand all the violence and gore.

Lucy Boynton

The pressure to look good is intense. It is hard to be immune to that and the self-consciousness that comes with it.

LUCY BOYNTON

The people I look up to most are actresses such as Kate Winslet and Amy Schumer, who have never been size zero and are judged on their bodies of work, not their bodies.

Lucy Boynton

When you love someone absolutely and want them to be their truest self – even though that means losing them in some capacity – that is the most important thing.

Lucy Boynton

Who is Lucy Boynton?

Lucy Boynton is an actress from the United Kingdom. As a young Beatrix Potter in Miss Potter, she made her film debut. She has appeared in the films Copperhead, Sing Street, Murder on the Orient Express and Apostle, and then Mary Austin is depicted in Bohemian Rhapsody’s biographical film.

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