LYDIA PIECHOWIAK by Jeanette Lendon
Photo: Jeanette Lendon
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Room 105, Pinewood Studios, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire SL0 0NH
Phone: 01753 650733
Height:5'4" (162cm)
Weight:8st. (51kg)
Playing Age:26 - 35 years
Appearance:Eastern European, Mediterranean, White
Eye Colour:Brown
Hair Colour:Dark Brown
Hair Length:Mid Length
Voice Character:Assured
Voice Quality:Velvety


'Strong work from Lydia Piechowiak' The Scotsman.

Film Stage Further Credits
2016, Feature Film, Agata, Bridget Jones' Baby, Working Title, Sharon Maguire
2016, Feature Film, Isa, Tulip Fever, Justin Chadwick
2015, Feature Film, Madame Koschechka, The Anomaly, Universal, Noel Clarke
2013, Feature Film, Charlotte, The Look of Love, Revolution, Michael Winterbottom
2013, Film, Kate, Beat Heart, Chris Brown
2013, Feature Film, Marlena, Open My Eyes, Marcel Grant
2007, Film, Woman in Cafe, Scarred, Tony Fabian
2006, Feature Film, Polonia, Hamlet, Zed Resister, Alex Foder
2006, Feature Film, Carol, Lonavala Khandala Ghat, Verve Communications, India, Wilson Louis
2006, Feature Film, Stephanie, Someone Else, Ridley Scott Associates, Col Spector
2004, Film, Miss Sutherland, Christian, Igloo Films, Stuart Hazeldine
2017, Stage, Mitzi, A Murder is Announced, Middleground, Michael Lunney
2016, Stage, Vizard, The Libertine, The Theatre Royal Haymarket, Terry Johnson
2016, Stage, Vizard, The Libertine, The Theatre Royal Bath, Terry Johnson
2016, Stage, Mitzi, A Murder is Announced (No 1 Tour), Middleground, Michael Lunney
2016, Stage, Zorka Drava, Spooky Action At A Distance, Jason Berry
2015, Stage, Snow Queen, The Snow Queen, Looking Glass Productions, David Harris
2005, Stage, Lizzie, Goblin Market, Southwark Playhouse/Andrew Lloyd Webber's Festival, John Terry
2005, Stage, Lynn, Three Days Away, The Script Factory (Screenplay reading), Sean Hughes & Ash Ditta
2003, Stage, Anne, Canaries Sometimes Sing, The King's Head Theatre, Jeremy Bond
2003, Stage, Millie, Time Passes By But Slowly, Stark Theatre Company, Jake Lyons
2002, Stage, Cassandra, Agamemnon, Open Door Productions, Emily Smith
Further Credits
2017, Radio, Susan DeWynter, ATA Girl, Big Finish, Louise Jameson
Television, Debbie Jackson, Lives of the Infamous, Big Talk, George Kane
Television, Alicia, Secret Diary of a Call Girl, ITV3, China Moo Young
Internet, Bonnie, Jolly Good Sketch Show, Jolly Good Show, Fergus Dingle
Television, Anna, Nathan Barley, Channel 4, Chris Morris
Short Film, Lorraine, Double Take, Simon Garrity
Television, Medea, The Real Jason and the Argonauts, Atlantic Productions, Shaun Trevisick
Television, Daisy, What Women Want, Talkback Productions
Commercial, Female Dinner Guest, Yakault
Television, Bar Maid, The Armstrong and Miller Show, Absolutely (Channel 4), Matt Lipsey


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-California, American-Southern States, American-Standard, Australian, Cockney, East European, French, Gloucester, Heightened RP, London, Midlands-West, Northern, Polish, RP*, Russian, Somerset, Worcester, Yorkshire
(* = Native/Fluent)
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Jazz Dancing
Performance:Audio Books, Audio Drama, Children's Theatre, Physical Theatre, Voice Over
(* = highly skilled)
Abseiling, Hockey (field), Horse-riding, Ice Skating, Lacrosse*, Netball, Stage Combat, Swimming
Other Skills:Alexander Technique, Computer Literate, Drama Workshop Leader, Illusionist, Improvisation, Narration, Theatre Design


Reviews for Middle Ground Theatre’s 2015/6 touring production A Murder is Announced

it’s thank heavens for the fabulously over-the-top Mitzi the maid (Lydia Piechowiak) who gets the laughs every time she thunders into view. - Worcester News

Fine support comes from Lydia Piechowiak as the strident, highly-strung foreign maid. - Derbyshire Times

the action is enlivened by Lydia Piechowiak’s outrageous Mitzi and her unlikely tales of escaping the clutches of the Russian authorities

- Redditch Advertiser

"...there's always a star, and here it's Lydia Piechowiak as the refugee maid who quite simply manages to steal the show." - Lichfield Live