Alicya Eyo

TV Actress

Alicya Eyo was born in Huyton, England, United Kingdom on December 16th, 1975 and is the TV Actress. At the age of 48, Alicya Eyo biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
December 16, 1975
United Kingdom
Place of Birth
Huyton, England, United Kingdom
48 years old
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Actor, Film Actor
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Alicya Eyo Career

Eyo's first television appearance was in 1997, in Casualty, which was filmed earlier. She also made an appearance on Hetty Wainthropp Investigates and appeared in Gold the follow up drama series to Band Of Gold as a young prostitute involved with Yardie gangsters who come over to Bradfords red light district from Leeds to clear up the Lane. In 1999, Eyo appeared with Goldie in the David Bowie film Everybody Loves Sunshine known as B.U.S.T.E.D., internationally. She also starred in the movie G:MT - Greenwich Mean Time. However, Eyo's big break came in 1998 when she was offered the part of Denny Blood, in Bad Girls. The series was broadcast in June the following year when the UK viewing public first saw Eyo as Denny Blood in a pink PVC suit dancing to the N-Trance remix of Stayin' Alive by the Bee Gees.

At the end of the sixth series (in which Eyo did not appear), the character of Denny Blood was voted the sixth favourite inmate on Bad Girls: Most Wanted. Denny's tragic upbringing, lead to the touching and tragic storylines with her mother, Jessie Devlin (played by Denise Black), and the relationship with stand-in mother Yvonne Atkins (Linda Henry). Blood also met the love of her life Shaz Wiley (Lindsey Fawcett), who died at the end of Series 4. Denny was devastated but found comfort in painting and was last seen being transferred to an open prison to serve the rest of her sentence. Just before Bad Girls was axed, the Bad Girls' creators were going to ask Eyo to reprise her role as Denny.

During this time, Eyo also appeared in the film The Low Down, in an episode of Urban Gothic and in Tube Tales. Since leaving Bad Girls, Eyo appeared in Holby City twice, as two separate characters, and the BBC daytime drama Doctors. Eyo plays Gaynor Harvey in Shed Productions drama Bombshell. However, Bombshell still has not been shown in the UK, but has aired in New Zealand.

Eyo has studied at the Court Theater Training Company and has been working professionally for 14 years. Eyo has also performed at various theatres including the Royal Court Theatre, Nottingham. She also performed in the critically acclaimed play Any Which Way.

In October 2011, Eyo began appearing in Emmerdale as Ruby Haswell, the lesbian partner of Ali Spencer (Kelli Hollis). Eyo's role ended on 6 August 2015 when her character died in a helicopter crash.


Plenty of comedy (and very few errors): PATRICK MARMION reviews a Shakespeare classic, March 9, 2023
PATRICK MARMION: Locals can hardly believe it themselves. Prescot's sleepy eastern suburb was an Elizabethan Las Vegas: a market town where people flocked for gambling, merriment, and pleasure in Shakespeare's day. . . theatre! With a vibrant programme that continues with a loving travesty of the Bard's mistaken identity caper, The Comedy Of Errors, the stylish new playhouse, which opened here in the fall, aims to re-bottle that energy. The play's been revived as a Lancashire-Yorkshire stand-off in 1980s Scarborough (and, as it happens, it's also running at the Stephen Joseph Theatre after this). Shakespeare's verse has been updated, with solid modern vernacular and rhyming couplets by Nick Lane and Elizabeth Godber, the daughter of Hull's most celebrated playwright (before Richard Bean), John Godber. With joyful seaside-postcard caricatures, Godber Jr. and Lane set the scene ablaze.