Lucien Leon Laviscount is a 30 years old British actor and social media influencer. He was born on the 9th of June 1992 in Burnley, Lancashire, England, where he was raised in a British Middle-class family by his mother Sonia Laviscount, and his father Eugene Laviscount who is a former bodybuilder and owner of his own gym center. Lucien also has two brothers Louis Laviscount and Jules Laviscount.
Lucien Laviscount is considered one of the leading artists of the century, he has made a name for himself in many fields. Lucien has a huge public on social media platforms: 1M followers on Instagram and 124,9M followers onTwitter.
Lucien Laviscount graduated from Ribblesdale High School in Clitheroe and he was an important member of Carol Godby’s theatre workshop in Bury. Lucien was passionate about acting from a very young age due to his huge interest in watching tv-shows so at first, he participated in programs in his high school but soon his intrigue grew bigger, and he decided to become an actor.
Lucien started his career at the age of 10 with advertising for Marks and Spencer. Then he made many appearances on several Tv shows beginning with Clocking off in 2002, Johnny and the Bomb, New Street law in 2006, Grange hill in 2008 as
Jake Briggs, Life Bites, Father and son in 2009,
Waterloo Road in 2011 as Jonah Kirby and so on
Lucien worked on many films as well for example; he played the role of
Joseph in One night at Istanbul in 2014 and he was also in the short film
Runaway as Henry then in Love Beats Rhymes in 2017 as Derek and many
Lucien was awarded the National Film award UK in 2018 for being the Best
Supporting Actor, his nominated work was Snatch.
Concerning Lucien Laviscount ’s love life, he was in a relationship with an English actress and social media celebrity Brooke Vincent but they separated after dating briefly. Later, he dated girls such as Dominique Jackson, Chelsee Healey, Sophie Reade, and Leigh-Anne Pinnock, in the past. After this rumor, he didn’t date anyone.
Lucien’s net worth in 2021 is estimated to overcome $2M.