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Lucie Arnaz is an American entertainer, a world famous singer, dancer, actress and producer from Los Angeles. She has been active in the world of movies and music since 1968 and is the daughter of actors Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball. Her older brother, Desi Arnaz Jar, is also an actor. Today, she is known for performing music at concerts, often singing songs from legendary movies that have attracted many with Lucie Arnaz tickets selling out as soon as they are announced.

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Lucie Arnaz grew up in Los Angeles and went on to study at the Immaculate Heart High School, a Roman Catholic school. At a young age she performed roles on “The Lucy Show,” her mother Lucille Ball's program. She got her first role as an actress in “Here's Lucy,” a series that aired from 1968 to 1974,She played the role of Kim Carter, Lucy's daughter, with Lucy's role being played by her mother, Lucille Ball.  She then went on to perform roles on many TV series and shows during the seventies. In 1975 she played the role of Elizabeth Short in the movie “Who is the Black Dahlia?” In 1978 she starred in “Fantasy Island” and then went on to appear in such series as “Marcus Welby M.D.”, “Murder,” “She Wrote,” “Law & Order” and “Sons and Daughters.”
Lucie Arnaz's own series, “The Lucie Arnaz Show” debuted in 1985. She also played a large number of roles in various hit musicals and in 1978, starred in “Annie Get Your Gun,” playing the role of Annie. This was the first production by renowned producer, Guy Lombardo. In 1979 she debuted on Broadway, playing a role in “They're Playing Our Song,” for which she received a “Theatre World Award” and a “Drama Critics Circle Award” for Best Actress.
Lucie Arnaz also toured with Tommy Tune for the musical “My One and Only,” for which she received the “Sarah Siddons Award.” She went on to play in such theater and musical productions as “Seesaw,” “Whose Life Is It Anyway?,” “The Wizard of Oz in Concert: Dreams Come True,” “The Guardsman,” “Sonia Flew,” “Vanities,” “The Witches of Eastwick,” “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels,” “Neil Simon's Lost in Yonkers,” and “Terence McNally's Master Class.”
During the eighties, she starred in “The Jazz Singer” with the famous Neil Diamond and actor Laurence Olivier. For her role in the movie, she received a “Golden Globe Award “nomination. Her documentary “Lucy and Desi: A Home Movie,” earned her an “Emmy Award.” She is also a philanthropist who was the president of the Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Center's board of directors, located in Jamestown, New York. In 2010, she starred in and directed “Babalu: A Celebration of the Music of Desi Arnaz and his Orchestra.”
She is also involved in the annual “Lucy Fest” held in Jamestown, New York and with the “Festival of New Comedy,” the “Lucy-Desi Museum” and the “Lucy-Desi Playhouse.” During the one hundredth birthday of Lucille Ball, she was part of a celebration which went on to earn a Guinness World Record for the most number of people wearing Lucille Ball costumes. Other movies she has starred in include “Bill Jack Goes to Washington,” “A Different Approach,” “Second Thoughts,” “Down to You,” “Wild Seven,” “The Pack” and “The Thought Exchange”, released in 2012.
On TV, she has appeared in “Here's Lucy,” “The Wonderful World of Disney,” “Who is the Black Dahlia?,” “Death Scream,” “The Mating Season,” “Washington Mistress,” “Who Gets the Friends?,” “Abduction of Innocence: A Moment of Truth Movie and Law & Order.” She is an entertainer and you can watch her perform live by booking your cheap Lucie Arnaz tickets.

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