Lenora Crichlow is an English actress best known for his starring role as the ghost Annie in the supernatural television series Being Human, from 2009-2013.
She also has a starring role as Gigi Fernandez-Lovette, a trophy wife until her rich husband died who now spends her days boozing at her son Michael's baseball games and finding new and exciting ways to spend all her money, in the television sitcom Back in the Game.
Crichlow began her professional acting career alongside Billie Piper in the Century Films/BBC drama Bella and the Boys, and quickly gained even wider acclaim with the subsequent role of Sugar in the International Emmy Award-winning and BAFTA-nominated series, Sugar Rush.
Crichlow then went on to portray Annie in the award-winning BBC series, Being Human, and landed the lead roles in the ITV miniseries Collision and in the BBC One series, Material Girl.
In 2010 Crichlow filmed the comedy pilot Dapper for the BBC, traveled to South Africa to film the documentary Who Is Nelson Mandela?, as well as filmed Season 3 of Being Human. The following year she played Sgt. Lily Thomson in the BBC series Death in Paradise, and wrapped on Season 4 of Being Human.
In 2012 Crichlow played the lead role of sprinter Shania Edwards in the film Fast Girls. She also appeared in the romantic comedy Doors Open, adapted from Ian Rankin's novel and starring Stephen Fry and Dougie Henshall, and appeared in Charlie Brooker's Emmy Award-winning series Black Mirror, in the episode entitled "White Bear," one of three stand-alone dramas that explore our modern reality.
On stage Chrichlow played Claudine in Michael Attenborough's Big White Fog at the Almeida, and Delisha in the Royal Court's original production of 93.2 FM.
She is also starred in the independent film Electricity, directed by Bryn Higgins.