Pippa Haywood

Pippa Haywood Movies and TV Shows

Philippa "Pippa" Haywood is an English actress who trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Haywood was born in Hatfield, Hertfordshire. She has an extensive television career which includes portraying the much put-upon Helen Brittas in the BBC One comedy series The Brittas Empire (1991-1997), Julie Chadwick in the 2007 BBC Two comedy Fear, Stress & Anger and the hot-tempered, sex-mad human resources director Joanna Clore in Green Wing (2004-2006), for which she won the "best comedy female performance" award at the 2005 Rose d'Or television festival in Lucerne, Switzerland). She has also done many dramatic roles, including Jenny Thorne in the 1988 ITV drama serial The One Game, and Mrs. Upjohn in the 2008 Agatha Christie's Poirot episode "Cat Among the Pigeons". In 2002 Haywood was a guest star in the last episode of the first series of The Inspector Lynley Mysteries. In 2007 she played the role of Veronica Gray in the first episode of the second series of Lewis and also had a guest role in a 2009 episode of Kingdom, and portrayed the disgraced Miss Bunting in several episodes of the first series of Mr Selfridge (2013). Since 2012 she has played one of the lead roles, Harriet, on the BBC One drama Prisoners' Wives, and costarred as Detective Superintendent Julie Dodson on the ITV drama series Scott & Bailey. In 2015 she appeared in the BBC TV adaptation of E.F. Benson's Mapp and Lucia, as Susan Wyse. In 2015, Haywood took over the role of Helen Golightly in the long-running BBC Radio 4 comedy Clare in the Community. The character was previously played by Liza Tarbuck. Haywood has also worked in film and theatre. Recent stage credits include: House & Garden, Private Lives, A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Winter's Tale, Requiem and Landscape with Weapon at the National Theatre. She was then playing the lead role in Wanderlust at the Royal Court Jerwood Theatre Upstairs. On December 18th 2016 she starred in Midsomer Murders with Hugh Dennis.

Personal info

  • Gender: Female
  • Date of birth: 5/6/1961 (62 years old)
  • Place of birth: Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England
Year
Genre
IMDB
TMDB
Available on the following streaming services in the UK
The Doll Factory
IMDB 5.7
TMDB 72%
role:
Mrs Slater
Not available
2023

Drama

5.7
72%
Not available
Magpie Murders
IMDB 7.5
TMDB 68%
role:
Claire Jenkins / Clarissa Pye
2022

Drama

Mystery

7.5
68%
Supernova
IMDB 6.9
TMDB 69%
role:
Lilly
2020

Drama

6.9
69%
Four Kids and It
IMDB 5.1
TMDB 65%
role:
Bookshop Owner
2020

Family

Sci-Fi & Fantasy

5.1
65%
2018

Drama

Mystery

6.3
62%
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Bodyguard
IMDB 8.1
TMDB 79%
role:
Lorraine Craddock
2018

Crime

Drama

War & Politics

8.1
79%
Mapp and Lucia
IMDB 7.4
TMDB 64%
role:
Susan Wyse MBE
2014

Comedy

Drama

7.4
64%
Undeniable
IMDB 6.5
TMDB 62%
role:
DI Alison Hall
2014

Drama

Mystery

6.5
62%
2012

Comedy

5.4
50%
Scott & Bailey
IMDB 8.0
TMDB 77%
role:
DCI Julie Dodson
Not available
2011

Crime

Drama

8.0
77%
Not available
2010

Comedy

Romance

6.2
58%
Huge
IMDB 4.3
TMDB 50%
role:
Jongleurs Boss
2010
4.3
50%
Lost in Austen
IMDB 7.4
TMDB 73%
role:
Frankie
2008

Drama

7.4
73%
If Only
IMDB 7.0
TMDB 69%
role:
Lavinia
2004

Drama

Romance

Sci-Fi & Fantasy

7.0
69%

FAQs

Some movies or TV shows available in the UK starring or involving Pippa Haywood are, for example, Magpie Murders, Supernova and Four Kids and It.
The streaming services with the largest selection are Prime Video, Amazon and iTunes.
The best StreamHint ratings are Bodyguard (7.8), Lost in Austen (7.4) and Magpie Murders (7.2).
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