The Godfather: Sign in. Lucy also has a daughter, Daisy Lawless , from her first marriage to Garth Lawless. Lucy, whose role as "Xena in Xena: Warrior Princess" made her a cult television star, has been involved with the Starship Foundation and has held a role on its board of trustees. She was awarded the Order of Merit for services to entertainment and the community.
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Lucy Lawless - Biography - IMDb
The year-old lady was born in Mount Albert, Auckland of New Zealand and she is an actress by her profession as well as a musician, in addition, working since till the present phase. Along with this Lucy is also an activist and her popular with the title character won the popularity all across the world within the top ranked television series named as Xena: Warrior Princess. The name of her mother is Julie Ryan who was working as a teacher during her days and her father was a banker as well as mayor in Mount Albert whose name is Frank Ryan.
Whatever happened to Xena: Warrior Princess star Lucy Lawless...
The actress became an instant hit with audiences who saw her tough alter ego go on a quest to redeem herself for her dark past alongside buddy Gabrielle Renee O'Connor. It has been a staggering 14 years since the fantasy drama aired its final instalment, and Lucy - who turned 48 today - is still as stunning as ever. Despite no longer sporting her trademark dark tresses, the New Zealand star, who found international success with Xena, is unmistakable thanks to her blue eyes and incredible figure. The activist and musician has long since hung up her armour and Chakram, and is now mother to a daughter and two sons - the latter with her current husband Robert Tapert. The Crystal Maze fans demand full new series after 'brilliant' one-off special.
If you want to stage a successful protest, it helps to have Xena: Warrior Princess on board. Lucy Lawless and seven other Greenpeace activists today pleaded guilty over the occupation of an oil drilling ship in February in protest of planned oil drilling operations in the Arctic. The huge media scrum outside Auckland District Court this morning also attested to the success of the protest. The eight appeared in the dock together and stood quietly as their lawyer Ron Mansfield entered the pleas on their behalf.