British actress Lucy Griffiths first caught attention playing Maid Marian in "Robin Hood" (BBC One, 2006-09) before landing recurring roles in supernatural dramas "True Blood" (HBO, 2008-2014) and "Preacher" (AMC, 2016-). Born in Brighton, England in 1986, Griffiths first appeared on screens in 2006 with minor parts in paranormal drama "Sea of Souls" (BBC One, 2004-07) and teen comedy "Sugar Rush" (Channel 4, 2006-07). Her big break came later that same year when she was cast as the feistier Maid Marian in prime-time folklore drama "Robin Hood" (BBC One, 2006-09). Following her three-year stint on the show, Griffiths played David Morrissey's love interest Bethan in TV movie "U Be Dead" (ITV, 2009), rest stop waitress Jane in interconnecting car crash tale "Collision" (ITV, 2009) and post-natal depressed mother Ruth in Philippa Gregory adaptation "The Little House" (ITV, 2010). After guesting on an episode of hit detective spin-off "Lewis" (ITV, 2006-2015), Griffiths made her film debut with a small role as The Ex in the twisted drama "Billboard" (2011). Griffiths then joined the cast of vampire phenomenon "True Blood" (HBO, 2008-2014) in its fifth season where she played Eric's intelligent and intimidating sister Nora Gainesborough. She then rubbed shoulders with John Cusack and Malin Akerman as code operative Meredith in action thriller "The Numbers Station" (2013), played Colin Farrell's young mother in the much-maligned fable "Winter's Tale" (2014) and starred as Nora Clark, a children's author who returns to her traumatic childhood home, in psychological thriller "Don't Look Back" (2014). Griffiths signed on to play female lead Liv Aberdine in "Constantine" (NBC, 2014-15) but both the character and actress was dropped after just one episode when producers decided to take the show in another direction. Griffiths subsequently focused on her film career, playing babysitter Rebecca in tense family drama "Last Summer" (2014), Alice in festive movie "Home for Christmas" (2014) and Joy Andrews, a reporter who falls in love with the AI creator she's sent to interview, in the sci-fi film "Android" (2015). She returned to television in 2016 when she bagged the part of no-nonsense single mother Emily Woodrow in the adaptation of comic book "Preacher" (AMC, 2016), and a year later played Aml Ameen's love interest Liz Sloane in crime drama "Dara Ju" (2017).