|“||Hello, I'm Lucy. I live at 64 Zoo Lane. And I have some very special neighbors. Look!||„|
|~ Lucy's first lines in the opening.|
Lucy has fair skin and blonde hair. She has black eyes, rosy cheeks and red lips. She wears blue pyjamas that are loose and short since they always raise up open and show her stomach and belly button and is barefoot.
Lucy is very curious and is always excited. She currently resides in 64 Zoo Lane in a house near a zoo. She is sometimes a bit emotional but has many emotions about what she did during the past daytime.
Lucy has an animal nature, which means she is very nice to the animals and some of the storytellers by greeting them.
- The Story of Nelson the Elephant (debut)
- The Story of Annie the Anaconda (last appearance)
- Lucy is the only character to speak in all the episodes.
- It is possible Lucy is named after the Australopithecus of the same name. The name "Lucy" refers to an ancient fossil found in 1974.
- Lucy is the only human who ever appeared. Her mother is unseen.
- Lucy was voiced by Ciara Janson with an American accent in the American English version by Lobster Films.
- She is not to be confused with Lucy from the animated series Lazy Lucy, a cartoon produced by Millimages (which the same company created).
- She is also not to be confused with Lucy from the American animated series Louie (in the original language), a brown bear who was drawn by Louie.
- Lucy is silent in the books written by An Vrombaut.
- Lucy and Georgina are considered to be the mascots of 64 Zoo Lane (as seen on posters).
- Lucy is very similar to Alice from Disney's Alice in Wonderland in 1951 and Karen from Rankin-Bass Frosty the Snowman in 1969.