Lisa Dwyer Hogg


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Across The Universe Dir: Julie Taymor
Almost Adult Dir: Yousaf Ali Khan


Crocodile Fever Dir: Gareth Nicholls
Traverse Theatre & Lyric Theatre
Twelfth Night Dir: Wils Wilson
Edinburgh Lyceum & Bristol Old Vic
People, Places and Things Dir: Jeremy Herrin
National Theatre UK Tour
St Joan Dir: Jimmy Fay
Lyric Theatre Belfast
Signatories Dir: Patrick Mason
Kilmainham Gaol
After Miss Julie Dir: Emma Jordan
Prime Cut / Tour Ireland
The Importance of Being Earnest Dir: Patrick Mason
The Gate Theatre, Dublin
The Mariner Dir: Patrick Mason
The Gate Theatre, Dublin
Heartbreak House Dir: Roisin McBrinn
Abbey Theatre
Liola DIr: Richard Eyre
National Theatre
Black Bird Dir: Emma Jordan
Prime Cut, Lyric Theatre Belfast
Dunsinane Dir: Roxana Silbert
National Theatre of Scotland, Swan Theatre Stratford
Scarborough Dir: Emma Jordan
Prime Cut
Dunsinane Dir: Roxana Silbert
RSC / Hampstead Theatre
Tales of Ballycumber Dir: David Leveaux
Abbey Theatre, Dublin
PAA / Overtime Dir: Dan Herd
Arcola Theatre / The Company Project
Dallas Sweetman Dir: Roxana Silbert
Paines Plough
Begin Again Dir: Dan Barnard
Old Vic / 24 Hour Plays
Much Ado About Nothing Dir: Bill Buckhurst
Stafford Festvial
Pete & Me Dir: Catriona Mcloughlin
New End Hampstead
Tarmacking The Belt Dir: Jude Alderson / Ellie Parker
Soho Theatre / Theatre Works
Waning & Waxing Dir: Jude Alderson / Ellie Parker
Soho Theatre / Theatre Works
In The Jungle of The City Dir: Jude Alderson / Ellie Parker
Soho Theatre / Theatre Works
Loyal Women Dir: Josie Rourke
Royal Court Theatre
Many Loves Dir: David Sibley
Sandis / Lillian Bayliss


The Irregulars Dir: Weronika Tofilska
Silent Witness BBC
Women On The Verge

Dir: Annie Griffin
Merman For UKTV & RTE 1 

Genius: Picasso Dir: Kenneth Biller
Holby City
Acceptable Risk Dir: Kenny Glenaan
The Fall (Series 1 & 2) Dir: Jakob Verbruggen & Allan Cubitt
V-Sign (Pilot) Dir: Ed Tracy
Green Inc
Casualty Dir: Richard Signy
A Year Of Greater Love Dir: Michael McDowell
Waking The Dead Dir: Andy Hay
Best: His Mother's Son Dir: Colin Barr
The Royal Dir: Various
Yorkshire TV
Casualty Dir: Des McCarthy
Green Inc
Trial & Retribution Dir: Ed Hall
La Plante Productions
The Bill Dir: Nic Phillips
Thames TV / Fremantle
The Commander Dir: Charles Beeson
La Plante Productions
The Bill Dir: Nic Phillips
Thams TV / Fremantle
Wire In The Blood III Dir: Andrew Grieve
Coastal Productions
Brookside Dir: Alan Grint
Mersey Television
Fallen Dir: Omar Madha
Thames Television


Nominated for Actress in a Leading Role award for People, Places and Things in the Manchester Theatre Awards 2018


VARIOUS: Alto, Ballad, Cabaret Singing, Contemporary Dance, Folk singing, Soprano, Voiceover, Horse Riding, Yoga.

ACCENTS : American-California, American Southern States, Belfast, Bradford, Cockney, Irish-Southern, Liverpool, London, Northern Irish (Native), RP, Sheffield.


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“This is a laugh-out loud treat topped by a coup de theatre. Lisa Dwyer Hogg and Lucianne McEvoy are superb as Fianna and Alannah.” - Ann Treneman (The Times)

“’s motored by two great performances: Lucianne McEvoy is frantic and twitchy as the uptight, rigid Alannah, while Lisa Dwyer Hogg has a sweary swagger as the volatile Fianna. Snapping stuff.” - Holly Williams (The Independent)

“Tyler’s talented writing presents the audience with two very different characters; Alannah, who is very tightly wound and god-fearing, and Fianna, a woman with a fiery, punk attitude. Both portrayals by Lisa Dwyer Hogg (Fianna) and Lucianne McEvoy (Alannah) are on point, energetic, and utterly fantastic.” - Molly Knox (The Reviews Hub)

“Lucianne McEvoy and Lisa Dwyer Hogg revel in the material. McEvoy invests every line with off-kilter energy; buttoned up and pious to begin with she lets rip when she lets her hair down, relishing the character’s mania and the play’s more surreal elements – Alannah gets a memorably bat-shit speech about the lyrics of the song Africa – while Dwyer Hogg continually undercuts Fianna’s swagger with vulnerability.” - Natasha Tripney (The Stage)

“Hogg brings a quieter, but riveting energy. You pay closer attention to the breadth of the play and just how hardworking a company this is” - Patricia Nicol
(The Sunday Times)

“(Hogg) is superb and faultless in her ability to portray a creature raging against the machine.” - Jay Nuttall (The Reviews Hub)

“(Hogg) is an extraordinary performance.” - Fergus Morgan (What’s On Stage)

“Stand out performance from Hogg” - David Chadderton (British Theatre Guide)

“Hogg excellently captures the multifaceted Miss Julie; her confusion, pride, arrogance and need to be loved are at the heart of this tragedy. Interestingly, the characters we are rooting for at the start of the play are not necessarily the characters we are rooting for in the end.” - Laura Marriott (

“Strong performances from Dwyer Hogg as the Disintegrating Julie” - Sophie Gorman (Irish Independent)

“The emotionally damaged Julie is played with great intensity by Lisa Dwyer Hogg. 4 Stars” - (The Irish Mail)

“Lisa Dwyer Hogg creates a fascinating version of Julie. She transforms from a spoiled rich kid in the first act to a deeply damaged, vulnerable soul in the later stages of the play. Miss Julie’s logic seems strained and her unbalanced nature adds an unpredictability to the proceedings that is intriguing to watch. Her interplay with Ciaran McMenamin as John is absorbing and is the centre piece of this production.” - (

“Lisa Dwyer Hogg is an utterly charming Gwendolen, whilst showing a worrying likeness to her domineering mother. She gives life to the line: “all women become like their mothers, that is their tragedy.” - Katy Hayes (Irish Independent)


“The real star turn is undoubtedly Lisa Dwyer Hogg who effortlessly flits from a giggly, coquettish newlywed to an angst-ridden wife mourning the loss of her beautiful husband. It is Dwyer Hogg’s debut at the theatre but there’s little doubt we’ll be seeing more of her on the back of this superb performance.” James McNamara (Irish Mirror)

“But with shattering performances from Ingrid Craigie, Lisa Dwyer-Hogg and Sam O’Mahony, and searingly delicate direction from Patrick Mason, this is a dazzlingly successful production” - Emer O’Kelly (Irish Independent)


“As Ellie, the penurious young woman who intends to marry a pigeon-chested capitalist, Lisa Dwyer Hogg makes a charming unformed protagonist, an Alice in a Wonderland of tempters” - Peter Crawley (Irish Times)


“It yields good performances from…Lisa Dwyer Hogg as his (Liola’s) hapless wife.” - Michael Billington (The Guardian)

“Lisa Dwyer Hogg genuinely poignant as his abused wife.” - Charles Spencer (The Telegraph)

“Mita is furious and plots a bold if somewhat predictable response – her shock and determination well conveyed by Lisa Dwyer Hogg.” - Henry Hitchings (The Evening Standard)


Height: 5'6"
Hair: Dark Brown
Eye Colour: Blue
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