Lucie Arnaz

Highest Rated: 80% Henry & Me (2014)
Birthday: Jul 17, 1951
Birthplace: Not Available
American actress Lucie Arnaz was the first child of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. Lucie was a genuine "miracle baby", delivered by C-section after her 40-year-old mother had suffered several miscarriages. In the public eye almost from birth, Lucie and her younger brother Desi Jr. frequently accompanied their parents to the set of I Love Lucy; both children, in fact, made their professional TV debuts as extras on the last Lucy half-hour filmed in 1957. Lucille Ball arranged for Lucie to play bits on her post-Desi TV series of the 1960s, The Lucy Show. When Lucie decided she enjoyed the limelight, her mother agreed to allow her to continue as a full supporting player on her next series, Here's Lucy (1968-74) -- but only on the condition that she kept apace in school and stayed out of trouble. The notion that Lucie would flounder without the support of her parents was quashed when she won a Theatre World Award for her 1978 Broadway debut in They're Playing Our Song. Lucie had earlier established herself as an actress of distinction in the 1976 TV movie Who Is the Black Dahlia?, and even managed to emerge from the painful Neil Diamond version of The Jazz Singer (1980) without any loss of reputation. She has also starred in two short-lived TV series, The Lucie Arnaz Show (1985) and Sons and Daughters (1991). Long married to actor Laurence Luckinbill, Lucie Arnaz has in recent years become the torchbearer of the Lucy/Desi legacy by marketing several reels of the Arnaz' 1940s home movies for TV and videocassette exposure.

Highest Rated Movies



80% Henry & Me Actor 2014
No Score Yet Marvin Hamlisch: What He Did For Love Himself 2013
No Score Yet The Thought Exchange Actor 2012
No Score Yet The Pack Actor 2007
No Score Yet Wild Seven Sylvia 2006
3% Down to You Judy Connelly 2000
No Score Yet Lucy & Desi: A Home Movie Director Host Producer Executive Producer 1992
No Score Yet Second Thoughts Amy 1983
No Score Yet Washington Mistress Maggie Parker 1981
19% The Jazz Singer Molly Bell 1980
0% Billy Jack Goes to Washington Saunders McArthur 1977
No Score Yet Death Scream Judy 1975


No Score Yet Law & Order
Jackie Scott
  • 2003
No Score Yet Murder, She Wrote
Det. Bess Stacy
  • 1988
No Score Yet Marcus Welby, M.D.
  • 1975
11% Sons and Daughters
Tess Hammersmith


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