Lucie Arnaz Biography
Birthday: July 17, 1951 (Cancer)
Born In: Los Angeles, California, United States
Lucie Desiree Arnaz is a well-known American singer, actress and producer, who started her career in show business in the early 1960s. She belongs to the famous Arnaz-Ball family that were pioneers in American television. Besides her parents, her brother is also an actor and musician. She debuted on television with her mother’s shows, ‘The Lucy Show’ and ‘Here’s Lucy’, where she played the role of the daughter of her real life mother. Most of her grooming as an actress was done on the sets by her mother. She was quick to pick up and soon took on roles that were independent of the family. She was also into theatre and made her Broadway debut with the musical ‘They’re Playing Our Song’. Her movie credits include hits like ‘The Jazz Singer’ and ‘The Thought Exchange’. She was a Trustee on the American Theatre Wing and was also the president of the board of directors of the Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Centre. She has the distinction of winning an Emmy Award for ‘Outstanding Informational Special’ for her documentary about her parents and the ‘Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award’ for ‘Best Actress in a Musical’. She is still very much active on the social scene in Hollywood as well as social media where she has a large following of fans.