In the Netflix adaptation of Neil Gaimans, Vivienne Acheampong brings Lucienne to life. She is the trusted advisor to Dream (Tom Sturridge) and the dutiful librarian of Dreaming. In the magical kingdom, Lucienne has a huge role to play.
Acheampong worked as a supply teacher in the United States, and was responsible for paying the expenses between acting gigs. "You never know when it will happen for you," she told the Hollywood Reporter (opens in a new tab) of her performance in 2019 on the comedy sketch show that allowed her to leave her teaching days behind her to focus on acting.
Let''s get started on this young actor and star of.
Who is Lucienne in The Sandman?
From 1989 to 1996, Gaimans'' graphic novel series was published under DC Comics'' Vertigo Comics imprint. Lucien, the librarian of The Dreaming realm ruled by Dream (aka Morpheus), is then named.
Lucien is also a close confidant for Dream, who is dedicated to Lucien''s knowledge and wisdom.
Gaiman reimagined Lucienne as the character in the Netflix series, expressing his displeasure at the Acheampongs casting.
One of my favorite changes from the Sandman comic is that our Lucien has become a Lucienne, and @vivacheampong brings the wise librarian of dreams to a pointy-eared life. pic.twitter.com/2eLyBM14GCJanuary 28, 2021
Lucienne discovers Dream after his return to The Dreaming after being held hostage. Though his century-long absence has wreaked havoc on the waking world, Dream soon discovers that it has wreaked havoc on The Dreaming. Lucienne is also willing to help him return to power and restore the realm.
Vivienne Acheampong''''s roles
Acheampong has been acting for several years, beginning in certain parts as early as 2015.
In 2018, she was a voice actor in the video game, but that same breakthrough happened later that year when she made her first appearance in the BAFTA-nominated comedy sketch show. She will continue to appear in seven episodes from 2018 through 2020.
Acheampong appeared on the DVD in the Robert Zemeckis film in 2020, which featured Anne Hathaway, Octavia Spencer, Chris Rock, and Stanley Tucci as part of the classic Roald Dahl story.
In 2021, Acheampong appeared as Grace Kenu in the UK series, and earlier this year she appeared in several episodes of.
If it is as big as possible, there will be no doubt that Acheampong will continue to play Lucienne in future seasons of the series.
All of the ten episodes of Netflix are now available.