Lucien Laviscount

From the age of 10, Lucien Laviscount was driven to inhabit the pop culture world. He began his career as an actor with small TV roles before landing a recurring part on "Waterloo Road" (BBC One/BBC Three 2006-2015). After dipping his feet into the reality television scene, the music industry, and the big screen, Laviscount went landed a role on the major American TV show "Scream Queens" (Fox 2015-), finding his greatest success yet in the medium that borne him in the first place. Lucien Leon Laviscount was born on June 9, 1992 in Lancashire, England. Laviscount began acting professionally at age 10, nabbing roles in Marks & Spencer commercials and an episode of the TV series "Clocking Off" (BBC One 2000-03). In his teen years, Laviscount earned recurring parts on "Johnny and the Bomb" (BBC 2006), "Grange Hill" (BBC One 1978-2008), and "Coronation Street" (ITV 1960-). He achieved a hike in notability upon joining the popular drama "Waterloo Road" (BBC One/BBC Three 2006-2015), playing student Jonah Kirby. Next, Laviscount entered the reality television circuit as a contestant on "Celebrity Big Brother 2011" (Channel 5 2011), lasting throughout the run of the season. Shortly afterward, he experimented with the music scene, releasing his debut single "Dance with You" (2012) to limited public attention. After additional recurring roles on series like "Trollied" (Sky 1 2011-) and "Episodes" (Showtime 2011-), Laviscount made his feature film debut in "One Night in Istanbul" (2014), and joined the American series "Scream Queens" (Fox 2015-).