Lydia Fraser is a British singer and actress. She graduated from the Guildford School of Acting with a BA Honours in Acting in 2012. She has experience in a variety of fields like theatre, TV, concerts and other events.
Her credits in theatre include Mimi’s Mother/Ensemble in Paul Taylor-Mills’ Rent at The Greenwich Theatre (2012), Apollo Performer in Matt Sailsbury’s The Buddy Holly Story (2014), ensemble and understudy Nicki & Rachel in Thea Sharrock’s The Bodyguard in the UK tour (2015), and ensemble in Casey Nicholaw’s The Book Of Mormon at Prince of Wales Theatre (2016). She is currently playing Standby Angelica, Eliza & Peggy/Maria Reynolds in Thomas Kail’s Hamilton at the Victoria Palace Theatre.
On television, Lydia has appeared as Check-in Layd in ITV2’s Action Team (2017), Beyonce in BBC’s Murder In Successville (2017) and Tanya Davies Karu in BBC1’s Doctors (2019).
Includes performing as a Choir Member in Mick Sebastian’s West End Men (concert), Cover Caprice/Ruth in A Comedy About A Bank Robbery at the Mischief Theatre and Criterion Theatre (2018), Beauty in Beauty And The Beast at Imagine Theatre and Fairy Superior in Cinderella (pantomime) and Prison Choir Member in Secret Cinema Shawshank Redemption by Future Cinema (event); Lydia has worked in commercials like Dr Pepper and Ambrosia.