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Who What Wear Photo Session & Interview

July 15, 2016


Lucy did a photo session for the fashion website called Who What Wear recently and I just added some of the pictures of this shoot on our gallery! Besides that, they interviewed Lucy. You can check out the images down below and also the interview!

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WHO WHAT WEAR: We know you grew up in Australia and moved to Los Angeles a few years ago. How has the adjustment been? Are you enjoying life in L.A.?

LUCY FRY: I really love the community I have here now. I have a bunch of really good friends from Australia who live here. It feels really supportive, and I love all the opportunities here and the acting classes I can take, and the access you have to amazing directors and producers. There’s so much possibility here. I love going home to work, I love being at home, and I miss my family, but I guess the ultimate dream is to have the best of both worlds.

WWW: There are a lot of Aussie expats here, like Teresa Palmer, Phoebe Tonkin, and Bella Heathcote. Do you hang out with any of these ladies?

LF: I hang out with Isabel Lucas a lot. I love her; she’s such an amazing person. She’s really helped me settle in here too, and she runs a mediation every Monday where some of us girls get together and meditate. It’s really nice, and it has introduced me to a sense of community. She’s really great.

WWW: Let’s talk acting. Has this career path always been of interest to you?
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Lucy Fry chats with Ansuya Natha in ‘Another Aussie in LA’

October 20, 2014

Lucy Fry chats with Ansuya Natha in ‘Another Aussie in LA’.

Lucy Fry (Vampire Academy) has had a busy two years! She has gotten to be a vampire princess, a Hollywood starlet, a manipulative high schooler and the troubled, somewhat possessed daughter of Kevin Bacon. We disscuss putting in the extra oomph, being part of the other half on LA public transport, and that little ol’ fear of being ‘found out’. She also shares her pre-audition routine and the various things she has learnt along her short but prolific journey. She is an utter delight to talk to! But you might have already guessed as much…

You can listen at the podcast in iTunes or in Another Aussie in LA.

‘I call her mum’: Vampire Academy star Lucy Fry reveals Portia de Rossi has taken her under her wing in Hollywood

February 21, 2014



Being a young actress in Hollywood can be a scary thing, but Portia de Rossi has made it a lot easier for fellow Aussie Lucy Fry.


The 21-year-old actress revealed Ellen DeGeneres’ wife has been helping her navigate the tricky world of showbiz after the pair met on the set of Australian comedy Now Add Honey.


‘She was very helpful on things to be aware and careful of,’ she told the MailOnline at the Australian premiere of her film Vampire Academy on Thursday.


‘She’s so down-to-earth and honest. She told me a lot of really interesting stories about her journey as a young actress when she was my age and moving to Los Angeles.


‘I tease her a lot and always call her mum because she hates it and doesn’t ever want to be a mum.


‘We have a really fun relationship.’


The statuesque 5″9′ blonde actress but her best foot forward at the Vampire Academy premiere, with the supernatural blockbuster her first big break in Hollywood. 


Now based in LA, Lucy returned to her home country last year to film Now Add Honey with the 41-year-old Arrested Development actress in Melbourne.


‘I play an American child star (Honey) and Portia de Rossi is the show mum who’s addicted to pain killers because of all her botox and has to go to rehab,’ she says about the film’s plot.


‘Honey gets dumped with her Australian family and has to come to terms with what it means to be loved for who you are rather than your fame and fortune.’


Hamish Blake – of Hamish and Andy fame – also stars in the film, which Lucy says is in a similar vein to Muriel’s Wedding and The Castle.


‘It’s a total classic. It’s got that great Australian humour.’


While the film isn’t out until later this year, Lucy has been enjoying the success that comes with being part of a movie adapted from a hugely successful young adult novel.


Praising Vampire Academy’s loyal fanbase, she says one of the things she loves about her character Lissa and author Richelle Mead’s story is that she isn’t afraid to address serious teen issues like suicide, drug and alcohol abuse. 


‘It was very important because Lissa’s dealing with the loss of her parents and the anxiety and depression that’s partly caused by her powers.


‘For me I really want to tell stories that are important and people can learn something from.


‘What I love about Lissa is she reaches out for help when she needs it.


‘She’s lucky she has her best friend Rose to help her and I think the fact that she’s comfortable enough in her vulnerability to accept help and ask for help is really strong and something I hope girls can learn from.’


With future parts, Lucy said her dream role was playing either a superhero or an elf and that she would love to model her career on Oscar-winner Cate Blanchett’s.


‘Pretty much I’d just love to be Cate Blanchett.


‘All I need to do is learn to be her and I’ll be fine.’

Source: Daily Mail

The stars of Vampire Academy, Zoey Deutch and Aussie actress Lucy Fry, talk about visiting Sydney

February 20, 2014



When Vampire Academy’s Zoey Deutch found out she was coming to Australia, she knew she needed to bring her mum, actress Lea Thompson from Back to the Future, to show her around.


“I brought my mother so that she would be the tour guide,” the 19-year-old star of the book-turned-movie says in Sydney.


“My first day here, we walked to the Botanical Gardens and the Opera House and to the museum. We snuck into the State Theatre to see it all. I’m staying an extra two days to see the beach.”


But Deutch has another person she can turn to for sightseeing help.


Her co-star in Vampire Academy is Aussie actress Lucy Fry.


While Fry calls Brisbane home, she did write a list for Deutch and instructed her on the art of eating a Tim Tam.


“I had a Tim Tam this morning,” Deutch says.


“A fan brought it at the signing yesterday and I dipped it in my coffee. It was phenomenal.”


Fry could also give some advice to another co-star, with Sarah Hyland in town to film Modern Family.


Hyland will attend the Vampire Academy premiere in Sydney and Deutch says they’ve been keeping in touch.


Unlike her Modern Family role, Hyland plays a nerdy vampire in the film, based on Richelle Mead’s book series.


She starts hanging out with fellow vampire Lissa (Fry) and her half-human/half vampire guardian-in-training Rose (Deutch) when they return to the academy, which they believe holds more dangers for them than the outside world.


The school teaches the peaceful Moroi vampires to harness their magic power and their guardians (called Dhampir) to learn to protect them from the bloodthirsty, immortal vampires – the Strigoi.


Vampire Academy is the first in a six-part series by Mead and has already sold three quarters of a million copies in Australia alone.


* Vampire Academy releases in Australian cinemas on March 6


I also added 13 HQ potrait of Lucy and Zoey from their Press Junket in Sydney.



GALLERY LINKS: Photoshoots > Portraits & Press Conferences > 2014 > Australian Press Junket Portrait

Vampire Academy’s Lucy Fry: ‘It’s Good To Be a Bloodsucking Princess’

February 20, 2014



Aussie actress Lucy Fry is making her feature film debut as Lissa Dragomir, a royal vampire princess, in “Vampire Academy.” She and her best friend and guardian, Rose (Zoey Deutch), attend a hidden boarding school for Moroi (mortal, peaceful Vampires) and Dhampirs (half-vampire/half-human guardians.)


Based on Richelle Mead’s six-book series, the movie is directed by Mark Waters (“Mean Girls,” “Freaky Friday”) and written by his brother Daniel Waters (“Batman Returns,” “Heathers”).



How did you get into the mode of playing a princess and being regal?
Lucy Fry: I did a lot of yoga and strengthening actually to get that posture. The posture was a big part of it as well as learning the English accent. There was something about speaking in an English accent, even though it’s stereotypical, that made me feel more regal.
She was pretty covered up, which I loved. It was more like to kind of get that poise that a princess has, and I can imagine Lissa grew up with her mom and dad always being around, (and was told to) sit up straight, have good manners, keep your ankles crossed, la, la, la, getting into that physicality.


Was it good being princess or were you frustrated sometimes that you couldn’t participate in those fight scenes?
I really wanted to beat up Strigoi. (Laughs) The best thing about it was having supernatural powers, the powers that the Dampirs don’t get to have, so that was really fun.



The beautiful 21-year-old-actress recently promoted “Vampire Academy”; following are highlights from the junket at the Crosby Hotel.
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Introducing Lucy Fry: The Vampire Academy Ingénue on Moving to L.A. and Why to Expect Her in Stella McCartney Soon

February 08, 2014



As the striking Australian 21-year-old import whose breakout movie, Vampire Academy, is in theaters today, Lucy Fry is riding the wave of publicity that naturally attends a film costarring the equally beautiful Zoey Deutch, former Bond Girl Olga Kurylenko, and Modern Family’Sarah Hyland. And while Fry wore Giulietta to Tuesday’s Los Angeles premiere, we expect it won’t be long before she takes up Stella McCartney, and maybe Organic by John Patrick, and Edun, too, while we’re at it. We also don’t doubt that post-Vampire Academy, young Fry will have invitations aplenty and occasion to support all three.


Where are you at the moment?
I’m in Venice [California] at my apartment. I’ve lived in Los Angeles on and off for about five months and I’m kind of halfway between L.A. and Australia still.


You’re still fresh off the boat!
Well, the first time I came to California was in January 2013, when I auditioned for Vampire Academy. Then I went back to Australia for a bit and we filmed in London, and then I went home again to do another movie. I was kind of scared when I finally got here four months ago.


Things have happened fast, then. Had you been to London before?
Once just for a week. I got the script [for Vampire Academy] when I was in London and then I got to go back and film it there, so it was a nice circle.


How did you find London?
I lived on Buckingham Gate while in London, just down the street from the Queen! Vampire Academy was a night shoot, so I got to know London in the darkness and had free time during the day. I saw a lot of theater while I was there.


Matinees, I assume. What was your favorite?
I think Othello at the National was my favorite.


Oh, right! With Adrian Lester. He’s going to be doing a play in New York at St. Ann’s Warehouse this spring [Lolita Chakrabarti’s Red Velvet].
I want to see it!


So tell me about your style. How are you approaching the red-carpet process?
Style is something I’ve never really invested time in before. I’m a relaxed person and I kind of just wear anything; I don’t put that much time and care into planning an outfit. But I love art and painting and color, so I’m getting ready for it as if it were an artwork.


That’s one way to make a stressful process more fun . . . Any other considerations?
I want to try and wear as many Australian designers as I can because I’d like to support my Australian colleagues in the industry as well as find things that are eco-friendly. I love the green concept of wearing more sustainable garments at events.


You probably know this, but Stella McCartney is committed to sustainable fashion and doesn’t use any skins or furs, even in her bags and shoes.


Really? I’ll look up Stella McCartney, definitely. To be honest, I haven’t really had a chance to think about what fashion means to me or how I’m going to wear things my way.


You’ll find a way to make it your own.


Vampire Academy premieres today.

Dhampir Life Interviews The Cast of Vampire Academy – Lucy Fry

February 03, 2014

Dhampir Life had the lovely opportunity to sit down with Lucy and talk about her upcoming film Vampire Academy.


How was working with Zoey? Did you guys become buds or friends off set and did you do anything off set or were you too busy shooting?
Lucy: Yeah, no, we did. Actually, one of the really fun things is that Zoey’s really into fashion and she took me shopping. It was the first time that I’d sort of gone shopping with a girl for fun! I know, it’s weird, in America you kind of grow up and it’s a thing that you do and I grew up not really doing that. We would kind of go to the beach and go surfing or go hiking. It was more of an active, outdoor kind of lifestyle. So, yeah, it was really fun to kind of learn to play with clothes more with her and she’s so good at it so it was really fun to learn that. She’s just such a fun person to be around and she’s so hilarious and playful and really loving and sensitive.


Well, cool! Sounds like you got a BFF there!
Lucy: Yeah!


What do you like about your character in the movie?
Lucy: I love her heart, I think that that’s the center of Lissa, she’s really loving and vulnerable and fragile in a lot of ways but she also has a deeper strength. She’s a leader even though she’s naturally shy and one of the things that I loved about her development in the first book, is that she loses control of it because she wants so much to protect Rose and to be okay in this crazy high school world that she uses her powers to manipulate everyone around her and in doing that she loses herself. And she needed to lose control completely in order to find a balance at the end and I really enjoyed playing that arc of craziness in order to get to the piece at the end.


Was it hard to get used to wearing the contacts and the fake fangs? Did you take them out at all for a test drive in the real world?
Lucy: Yeah. I have taken the fangs out, yes that happened!


Where did you take them out?
Lucy: It was actually just with friends, I kind of just pulled them out and was like, ” oh look at these!” and everyone was like, “oh my god, they’re real!”


What was your relationship with Danila like on set?
Lucy: He’s amazing. He is such a good person, he’s so, just fun and goofy and playful and deep, as well. He’s such a great actor.


I think most of the cast said that he’s the funniest on set? Is there a certain story about that? Everybody says he’s funny, is there anything specific?

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Lucy Fry on Breathe Radio

February 01, 2014


Yesterday Lucy along with her Vampire Academy co-stars Dominic Sherwood & Zoey Deutch sat down to talk about their upcoming film on Breathe Radio.




I added 6 MQ Pictures of Lucy in our gallery. Click the link below to see it in the gallery.




GALLERY LINKS: Public Appearance > 2014 > Breathe Radio

Zoey Deutch and Lucy Fry stopped by BuzzFeed to talk about vamps

January 31, 2014



I added 12 High Quality Images of Zoey Deutch and Lucy Fry in BuzzFeed Head Quarters. Click the link below to see the image in our gallery. Read the interview below as Zoey and Lucy talked about Vampire Academy.



GALLERY LINKS: Photoshoots > Portraits & Press Conferences > 2014 > Buzzfeed

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How to Become a Master at Slating

December 12, 2013

Casting Director Marci Liroff shares some of her tips for self-taping in Backstage.

Australian actor Lucy Fry, whom I cast in the upcoming film “Vampire Academy,” is probably one of the best “slaters” I’ve ever seen. She seems self-assured, confident, and truly connects with the camera. She shared her process with me. “It’s the only chance you ever get to look directly at the lens, so I try to channel the energy of the character with warmth and confidence so the people watching it can see the way the character sits in me through the eyes. I try to let myself be seen without pushing a fake smile or worrying about what anyone thinks. I am nervous, so I take a breath before I speak and wait a microsecond to feel ready to speak so I am not rushing into it. I guess I treat it like a scene. I try to fill it with the same energy that I would any action as the character because focusing on energy, the breath, and the character makes it feel easier.”