Alice Lowe

Actress and Writer

Alice Lowe is an actress and writer, known for her roles in dark comedies including Sightseers, Locke, and Hot Fuzz. Working across the fields of TV, live comedy and film, she appeared in Garth Marenghi’s FrightKnight and Netherhead at the Edinburgh Festival in 2000 and 2001. Following the latter’s Perrier Award win, these works were  commissioned as a Channel 4 cult series Darkplace, in which Alice played Liz Asher/Madeleine Wool. Her other TV appearances include Monkey in The Mighty Boosh and cameos in comedies such as Little Britain, The IT Crowd and Black Books. Alice often collaborates with director Jacqueline Wright, and in 2005 she wrote and starred in a short film, Stiffy, which was one of the winners of Straight 8. She also featured in Best ASFF Comedy (2014) Girl Power by Benjamin Bee.