TV Shows - Lydia Leonard
Sorted by online popularity, based on the Engagement Score on July 18, 2024. Lydia Leonard has appeared in 6 television series with data.
  • The Crown Poster
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    The Crown
    as Cherie Blair 5 episodes • #75 most popular show
    The Crown is a historical drama television series that focuses on the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. It provides an insightful and authoritative look into the British monarchy, chronologically depicting key events and personal relationships that have shaped the Queen's reign. The show explores the complex dynamics of the royal family, including the political intrigues, personal sacrifices, and challenges faced by the Queen. With its meticulous attention to detail and outstanding performances, The Crown offers viewers an immersive experience into the world of British royalty.
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    Midsomer Murders
    as Phoebe Frears 1 episode • #196 most popular show
    Midsomer Murders is a British television detective drama series that follows the investigations of Detective Chief Inspector John Barnaby as he unravels a series of mysterious and often bizarre murders in the fictional county of Midsomer. The show, which first aired in 1997, is known for its picturesque rural setting and complex murder mysteries. With its signature blend of suspense, dark humor, and intriguing character dynamics, Midsomer Murders appeals to fans of both crime dramas and cozy mysteries.
  • Rome Poster
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    Rome
    as Julia 1 episode • #417 most popular show
    Rome is a historical drama television series that aired on HBO from 2005 to 2007. It is set in ancient Rome and follows the lives of two soldiers of the Roman Republic, Lucius Vorenus and Titus Pullo. The show meticulously recreates the political and social landscape of Rome, showcasing the rise and fall of Julius Caesar and the subsequent power struggles that ensued. With its stunning production design and compelling storytelling, Rome offers viewers a gripping portrayal of one of history's most iconic periods.
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    Absentia
    as Laurie Colson 10 episodes • #1,070 most popular show
    Absentia is a thrilling crime drama television series that follows the story of Emily Byrne, an FBI agent who mysteriously disappears and is declared dead. Six years later, she is found alive in a cabin in the woods, with no memory of what happened to her. As Emily tries to reconnect with her family and reclaim her life, she becomes the prime suspect in a series of new crimes. Filled with gripping plot twists and intense psychological suspense, Absentia keeps viewers on the edge of their seats.
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    Gentleman Jack
    as Mariana Lawton 8 episodes • #1,211 most popular show
    Gentleman Jack is a British historical drama television series that recounts the real-life story of Anne Lister, an English landowner and diarist. Set in 19th century Yorkshire, the show follows Lister as she navigates the complexities of her personal relationships and strives to establish her place in society as a lesbian. With its detailed portrayal of Lister's life, the series sheds light on the challenges faced by marginalized communities during the time period. Gentleman Jack is known for its engaging storytelling, authentic period details, and the powerful performance of Suranne Jones in the lead role.
  • Ten Percent Poster
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    Ten Percent
    as Rebecca Fox 8 episodes • #1,590 most popular show
    Ten Percent is a popular French television series that follows the lives of talent agents in Paris. The show provides a behind-the-scenes look at the cutthroat entertainment industry as the agents navigate their clients' careers and personal dramas. With elements of comedy and drama, Ten Percent offers an entertaining and insightful portrayal of the challenges faced by both talent agents and their clients in the competitive world of show business.
Movies - Lydia Leonard
Sorted by online popularity. Lydia Leonard has appeared in 1 movies with data.
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Lydia Leonard Biography
Lydia Leonard (born 5 December 1981) is a British stage, film, and television actress. She is best known for her roles in the television series Bring Up the Bodies, Ten Percent, and The Crown. Leonard was born in Paris and lived in France until the age of five. She trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. In the theatre, she played Anne Boleyn in the Royal Shakespeare Company's production of Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies. The production transferred to Broadway as Wolf Hall: Parts One and Two, for which Leonard received a Tony Award nomination. She has also appeared in the detective series Jericho and the film True True Lie (2006).

On July 18, 2024, Lydia Leonard had 228 Wikipedia visits, making her the #13,264 most popular actor online.