Tori Lyons

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Tori Lyons (Victoria Amy Lyons) [1] is an actress from South Wales. [2] [3]

Lyons is known for her roles in the Manic Street Preachers music videos. The first being "Show Me the Wonder", opposite Craig Roberts. It went on to win a Q Music Award for best music video. She also starred in the follow up video "Anthem for a Lost Cause". [4]

Lyons debuted nationally for the Amazon Fire TV campaign as the only Welsh actor. [5]

Lyons played Jenny in the ChainWorks Productions and RCT Theatres production of Gladiator by Laurence Allan. [6]

Her lead debut in short 'Receptive. Totally Receptive' was filmed in 2015. She also filmed experimental short 'Discordance' with the same director, Chris O'Neill in Cork. [7] She played ‘Daisy’ in Atithi in London directed by Ashwni Dhir, alongside Kartik Aaryan in 2016. [8]

Lyons was signed to Gingersnap Models in 2016. [9] She had her first front cover in Welsh Weddings Magazine in the ‘Dare to be Different’ issue.

Lyons was signed by Management 2000 in 2018. [10]

Lyons signed with BBC Sesh in 2019 as a comedy writer and performer. She is known for her political comedy often commenting on societal expectations and inequalities. [11]

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