Lilia Buckingham, an English-born American actress and author, has earned acclaim for her diverse roles across film and television, along with her contributions to the literary world. Known for her breakout roles in series like “Dirt” and films such as “Crown Lake.”
Buckingham’s role as Autumn Miller in the drama series “Dirt” became a pivotal point in her career, as she skillfully portrayed the nuances of her character, making Autumn relatable and real for audiences. Further cementing her place in the industry, Buckingham starred in the film “Crown Lake,” where she played the character of Nellie Chambers, demonstrating her ability to handle complex characters with depth and sensitivity. Furthermore, she showcased her talent in the short film “Jill,” impressing critics and fans alike with her compelling performance.
Throughout her career, Buckingham has also shared the spotlight with several high-profile celebrities, which often resulted in powerful, memorable performances. Notably, she co-starred with Tayler Holder in “Dirt,” their on-screen chemistry sparking applause from audiences and critics. She also worked with Jules LeBlanc in “Crown Lake,” and their collaboration became one of the key features of the film. Additionally, Buckingham shared the stage with Annie LeBlanc, Indiana Massara, and Riley Lewis in the popular series “Chicken Girls,” creating a dynamic ensemble that greatly contributed to the show’s success. In the literary world, she partnered with Sara Shepard, the author of “Pretty Little Liars,” to pen the young adult novel “Influence.”
A testament to her talent and hard work, Buckingham has received several awards and distinctions throughout her career. Her performance in “Dirt” earned her a nomination for Best Actress in a Digital Drama at the 2019 Daytime Emmy Awards, showcasing the industry’s recognition of her talent. Additionally, her collaborative novel “Influence” with Sara Shepard debuted on The New York Times Best Seller list.