Lenora Crichlow

TV Actress

Lenora Crichlow was born in Westminster, England, United Kingdom on January 4th, 1985 and is the TV Actress. At the age of 39, Lenora Crichlow biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, TV shows, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 4, 1985
United Kingdom
Place of Birth
Westminster, England, United Kingdom
39 years old
Zodiac Sign
Actor, Film Actor, Stage Actor
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Lenora Crichlow Life

Lenora Isabella Crichlow (born 4 January 1985) is an English actress.

She became known for her starring roles as Maria "Sugar" Sweet in the Channel 4 comedy-drama series Sugar Rush, Annie Sawyer in the BBC Three supernatural drama series Being Human, and Shania Andrews in the 2012 sports drama film Fast Girls.

In 2013, Crichlow portrayed Chen Sam in the television film Burton & Taylor.

She has since had regular roles in the ABC sitcom Back in the Game and the NBC comedy series A to Z.

Early life

Crichlow was born and raised in Harlesden, London to Frank Crichlow and Lucy Addington. Her father, who was born in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, owned the Mangrove restaurant in Notting Hill, which was frequented by stars such as Jimi Hendrix and Vanessa Redgrave. Crichlow has two sisters, Amandla and Francesca, and a brother, Knowlton. Her younger sister, Amandla, is also an actress who appeared in Prime Suspect: The Final Act and The Bill.

From the age of twelve, Crichlow trained and worked with the Young Blood Theatre Company in Hammersmith, West London. She went on to study drama at the University of Sussex.


Lenora Crichlow Career


Crichlow's first professional acting work came when she was cast alongside Billie Piper in the television film Bella and the Boys. She made her first film appearance in the low-budget horror film Wilderness, which was released in 2006, and her first television appearance in the ITV police drama series The Bill. In Channel 4's interpretation of the Julie Burchill novel Sugar Rush, which received the 2006 International Emmy Award in the Children And Young People category, Crichlow rose to public prominence as Maria "Sugar" Sweet.

In 2007, she appeared in the Doctor Who episode "Gridlock" as Cheen, a guest star. Crichlow appeared in BBC One's feature-length drama Kiss of Death in 2008, costarring Danny Dyer. In March 2010, Crichlow returned to Doctor Who's world in the form of Ancestry's audio download, as Rachel Cooper, a companion of the Seventh Doctor in an alternate timeline. For William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice, Crichlow appeared in a version of The Merchant of Venice by Portia for the BBC's education platform Bitesize.

In the BBC Three series Being Human, Annie Sawyer, a ghost in a flat shared with a vampire and a werewolf, was cast as Crichlow, replacing Andrea Riseborough who had played the character in the pilot. Crichlow received the TV Actor of the Year Award at the annual Glamour Awards in 2011 for her work on the show. Following the last episode of the fourth series, which aired in March 2012, she continued to act as Annie in the show before deciding to leave. The Road, by Crichlow, was narrated later by the author.

Crichlow appeared in Collision, an ITV1 drama that aired for more than five nights in November 2009. Ali Redcliffe, the BBC One romance comedy miniseries Material Girl, appeared from January to February 2010. Ashley Dappers appeared in a BBC Three pilot in June 2010. Nelson Mandela: One Incredible Life on BBC Three in the same month. Crichlow went to South Africa to learn more about Nelson Mandela's life for the film. In the BBC drama Death in Paradise, Crichlow portrayed Police Sergeant Lily Thomson in 2011.

In January 2011, Crichlow appeared in six short accompaniments for The Tudors on BBC America. On BBC Three on April 13, Crichlow narrated The Gatwick Baby: Abandoned at Birth, which was also narrated by Crichlow. Shania Andrews, a streetwise 200m runner in the Olympics-themed drama film Fast Girls, appeared in an episode of Inspector George Gently and played a key role. Laura Stanton appeared in the ITV1 drama film Doors Open in December 2012, an ITV1 drama film based on the Ian Rankin novel of the same name.

Victoria Skillane appeared in "White Bear," the second episode in Charlie Brooker's critically acclaimed anthology film Black Mirror's critically acclaimed anthology collection Black Mirror's critically acclaimed anthology film Black Mirror's critically acclaimed anthology film Black Mirror's critically acclaimed anthology film Black Mirror's critically acclaimed anthology series Black Mirror's critically acclaimed anthology series Black Mirror, in February 2013. Following month, it was revealed that she had landed a main role in the American sitcom Back in the Game for the ABC network, starring James Caan and Maggie Lawson. Chen Sam appeared in the BBC Four television film Burton & Taylor, alongside Helena Bonham Carter and Dominic West.

Mel portrayed Mel in the independent drama film Electricity in 2014, opposite Agyness Deyn and Christian Cooke. In February 2014, it was revealed that Crichlow had been cast as Stephie Bennett in the NBC comedy series A to Z. The series was released as a whole season but it was eventually cancelled. She appeared in Kevin Pollak's comedy-drama The Late Bloomer, alongside J. K. Simmons, Brittany Snow, and Johnny Simmons. Crichlow appeared in ABC procedural crime drama series Deception, alongside Jack Cutmore-Scott and Amaury Nolasco.