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Lucy Allan
Born 1979 (age 30–31)
Liverpool, United Kingdom
Occupation Television producer
Years active 1997–present

Lucy Allan (born 1979)[1] is a British television producer, best known for her work on Channel 4 soap opera Hollyoaks.

Allan's other credited work include a script editor for Dream Team and assistant to director in Chica de Río.

Hollyoaks

In 2008 Allan began working with Bryan Kirkwood as the deputy producer for Hollyoaks

She was the assistant producer and producer for Hollyoaks' spin-offs Hollyoaks: No Going Back and the first series of Hollyoaks Later.

Allan took over from Bryan Kirkwood as the series producer of Hollyoaks in January 2009. Her first credited appearance as producer was on 1 June 2009.[2] Since being first credited as Hollyoaks' producer, Allan has introduced such characters as Loretta Jones, Cheryl Brady, Charlotte Lau and Dave Colburn and brought back characters including Jake Dean and Clare Devine.

In January 2010, Allan revealed she had stepped down from her position and would be replaced by Paul Marquess.[3]

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