Casualty 1909 actress Lydia Leonard does not seem to have kids yet. She also has no record of any child born in her name.
About Lydia Leonard
Lydia Leonard is a stage, film, and television actress with a career spanning diverse roles.
Leonard embarked on her artistic journey in the theatre, leaving an indelible mark with her portrayal of Anne Boleyn in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies.
Her success on the London stage transcended borders as the RSC production made its way to Broadway. “Wolf Hall: Parts One and Two” graced the Winter Garden Theatre from March to July 2015, earning Leonard a nomination for the prestigious Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play.
Leonard transitioned to the small screen with roles in various acclaimed series. Notable among these is her participation in the 1950s-set detective series “Jericho,” where she starred alongside Robert Lindsay.
Her television repertoire also includes appearances in “True True Lie,” “The Long Walk to Finchley,” and a memorable cameo in “Rome.” Her portrayal as a nurse in the BBC’s “Casualty 1909” further showcased her ability to embody diverse characters.
In 2022, Leonard took on the role of Rebecca Fox in “Ten Percent,” the English adaptation of the French original, “Call My Agent!”
Notably, 2022 marked another milestone in Leonard’s career as she graced the screen as Cherie Blair in the fifth series of the Netflix drama “The Crown.”