Lucille was born in Lexington, Kentucky. At 16 she left home to study acting at Interlochen Arts Academy graduating with Academic Honors and the coveted Young Artist award. Following graduation she moved to the UK to study at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland earning her BA in Acting and signing with London Agency Curtis Brown. After two months playing Abigail in THE CRUCIBLE at York Theatre Royal she landed her first major television role on DOWNTON ABBEY alongside veteran actor Shirley Maclaine. Lucille also landed a job with the DONMAR WAREHOUSE in the world premiere of Matt Charman's play THE MACHINE helmed by Artistic Director Josie Rourke (Mary Queen of Scots). The production had runs in both Manchester and New York. Having fallen in love with NYC Lucille moved back to the US. Since returning she has had a leading role in Nicholas and Mel Brooks rom-com feature SAM, guest starred on FOX's smash hit GOTHAM alongside Jada-Pinkett Smith, and has worked on productions with Macro, and a pilot, Pineapple, with Adaptive studios which was Official Selection at Sundance and Tribeca Film Festival. Lucille currently splits her time between Los Angeles and New York.