Starring Lucy Boynton
Welcome to Starring Lucy Boynton (previously Introducing Lucy Boynton) a fansite dedicated to the actress Lucy Boynton. Lucy is perhaps best known for her role as Raphina in Sing Street (2016). Lucy has since starred in films such as Murder on the Orient Express (2017), Apostle (2018) and Bohemian Rhapsody (2018). We aim provide you will the latest news and more.

Lucy attended the No Time to Die world premiere at Royal Albert Hall in London to support Rami Malek (September 28). Hopefully there will be more photos soon!

Hi, Lucy fans! I’ve decided to go back to the site name, Starring Lucy Boynton. When I merged my site with, I kept the name Introducing Lucy Boynton. Since Lucy does not need to be “introduced,” I thought it was time to change it. Sorry for any confusion!
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Lucy Boynton has made such an industry-spanning impact across film, TV, fashion and beauty that it’s quite mind-blowing to remember she’s only 27-years-old.

There was her addition to the star-studded Murder On The Orient Express cast in 2017 (alongside Dame Judi Dench, Olivia Colman and Michelle Pfeiffer) and her leading role in the Oscar-nominated film Bohemian Rhapsody playing Mary Austin, the former wife and friend of Queen frontman Freddie Mercury (portrayed by her IRL partner Rami Malek).

The transition into television followed, with casting in the second series of Modern Love for a romantic love story set on a Galway to Dublin train (starring alongside Kit Harington). Boynton also caught the eye of Ryan Murphy and appeared in both seasons of his Netflix political dramady The Politician.

And off screen, the British actor has had awards season-dominating red carpet looks winning acclaim from the fashion world and the beauty industry too, embodied by her appointment as the face of Chloé’s brand new Eau de Parfum Naturelle fragrance.

Above Lucy answers your questions!

This year, Lucy made a cameo in the film Locked Down (2021). I’ve added some screen captures of Lucy in her role as Charlotte.

Hi, Lucy fans! I’ve added screen captures of Lucy in Modern Love season 2 episode 3, “Strangers on a (Dublin) Train.” Modern Love is available to stream on Prime Video.

Two strangers meet on a train from Galway to Dublin in March 2020 and decide to go old school: no numbers exchanged, only a promise that they will meet up on the train two weeks later. And then a worldwide pandemic shuts down all of Ireland.