Voiceover of the week: Louisa Lytton

Posted on November 14, 2012 at 10:01 am

Louisa Lytton first appeared on our screens as ‘Ruby Allen’ in ‘Eastenders’. Ruby proved a popular character and when she left in 2006, Louisa joined the cast of ‘The Bill’ as ‘PC Beth Green’. Louisa stayed with ‘The Bill’ until 2009 when she got her first Hollywood break and was cast as ‘Imogen’ in ‘American Pie Presents: The Book of Love’.
Louisa then went on to star in ‘Going Nowhere: The Lena Zavaroni Story’ playing protagonist ‘Lena Zavaroni’, she was then cast as ‘Michelle Cooper’ in ‘Dream Guy’ and ‘Jenny’ in ‘Young High and Dead’.
Away from the screen, Louisa was a popular contestant on ‘Strictly come dancing’ finishing as one of the youngest ever contestants in the quarterfinals. She proved so popular that producers asked her to come back for ‘Strictly on Tour’ in 2008.
Most recently Louisa starred as ‘Stephanie’ in the successful romantic comedy ‘The Knot’ and has also played ‘Keisha’ in ‘Payback Season’.
Louisa has a young, fresh, vibrant voice with a natural huskiness. Perfect for all those teen cosmetic campaigns and many more!
Trivia: Louisa attended the Sylvia Young Theatre School in MaryleboneLondon.

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