Lucie Arnaz

For the nearly three decades, LUCIE ARNAZ has toured her critically acclaimed nightclub acts throughout the United States and Europe making stops in Las Vegas, Atlantic City, Reno, Miami, Feinstein's at The Regency, the Cafe Carlyle in New York, to name a few. She has performed the opening number on The Academy Awards and at The White House. CDs include Just in Time, (Concord Jazz) and Latin Roots (LML Music).

Lucie Arnaz began her career on television at 12 years old in a recurring role The Lucy Show, starring her mother, Lucille Ball. At 15, she became a series regular on Here's Lucy. In 1985 she starred in her own series, The Lucie Arnaz Show and, in 1989, the critically acclaimed Sons & Daughters, all on CBS.

On film, Lucie co-starred in The Jazz Singer with Neil Diamond and Sir Laurence Olivier, in several made-for- television movies, including Who Killed The Black Dahlia, Washington Mistress, The Mating Season, Who Gets The Friends? with Jill Clayburgh, and Down to You, with Freddie Prinze, Jr. and Henry Winkler.

Lucie's heart has always been in the live perfromance arena and she has been the recipient of a number of theatrical awards, including The Los Angeles Drama Critic's Circle Award, Outer Critic's Circle Award, Theatre World Award, and Chicago's famed Sarah Siddons Award for creating the roles of Kathy in the west-coast premier of Vanities at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles, Annie Oakley in the Jones Beach production of Irving Berlin’s Annie Get Your Gun, for her Broadway debut as Sonia Wolsk in Neil Simon and Marvin Hamlisch’s, They're Playing Our Song, in national tours of Seesaw, (directed by Michael Bennett), Social Security, (directed by Mike Nichols), opposite her husband, actor/writer Laurence Luckinbill, in Whose Life is it Anyway? and opposite Tommy Tune in My One and Only. In 2014, Lucie was named broadway.comDC’s Best Supporting Actress in a Musical for her work as Berthe, the trapeze hanging, daredevil grandma in the First National Company of Pippin.

Lucie has received rave reviews for her portrayals of Bella in Neil Simon’s Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning Broadway production of Lost in Yonkers, Maria Callas in Terrance McNally's Tony-Award winning, Master Class, and as Ruth, in the pre Broadway revival of Wonderful Town. Ms. Arnaz made her UK debut as Alexandra in the Cameron Mackintosh musical, Witches of Eastwick and returned to Broadway in 2006 as Murial in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and in Pippin (2014).

Lucie Arnaz and Larry Luckinbill formed ArLuck Entertainment and their personal and professional colaboration has produced all of her concert work, his four one man shows, and been the recipient of an Emmy Award for their television documentary, Lucy & Desi: A Home Movie and five beautiful children.

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