Ania Sowinski

Ania Sowinski


Born and bred a Londoner, Ania began her professional career at London's National Theatre in Sondheim's 'Sunday in the Park with George', followed by 'Our Town' at the Shaftesbury Theatre with Alan Alda and Gemma Redgrave. She has gone on to work extensively in theatre, TV and film, most notably working with Antonia Bird on numerous projects including 'Spooks' and the BBC film 'Rehab', with Bernard Rose on 'Mr Nice' and Idris Elba on 'Luther'. Ania played the lead role of Marysia in 'Here and Now' (a play in two languages) downstairs at The Hampstead Theatre and has just wrapped on the feature film 'Eddie the Eagle' alongside Hugh Jackman (released nationwide April 2016).


  • Height: 5' 4 (163cm)
  • Playing Age: 25 - 35
  • Eye Colour: Green
  • Hair Colour: Dark Brown
  • Hair Length: Long
  • Appearance: White, Eastern European


Hip Hop Cafe (Short Film), Waitress, Robbie Samuels, James Pearcey (director: Robert Samuels)

The Agency, Hannah, Little Us Films (director: Paul Andrew Robinson)

Eddie The Eagle, Carrie, Marv Films (director: Dexter Fletcher) 

Strangeways Here We Come, Jean, Oh My Productions/ Lord Entertainment Group (director: Chris Green) 

Creditors, Martha Redmane, Tough Dance (director; Ben Cura)

Paganini- The Devil's Violinist, Anna (director: Bernard Rose)

Flim, Fanny, Contro Vento Films (director: Raffaello Degruttola)

Mr Nice, Mandy Plinston, Independent Pictures (director: Bernard Rose)

Break Clause, Sascha (director: Andrew Tiernan)

Workhorse, Liz, Many Hands Productions (director: Adrian Tanner)

Mrs Olsen, Kate, Flynn Productions (director: Sadie Frost)

Extraordinary Rendition, Ewa, Ultra Films (director: Jim Threapleton)

3 Degrees Kalter, Emily, Blue Eyes (director: Florian Hoffmeister)

Flirting with Flamenco, Julia (director: Jim Doyle)

Virtual Sexuality, Vicky, Paramount Pictures (director: Nick Hurran)


Kiss Me First, Maja, E4/ Netflix (director: Misha Manson-Smith)

Bitchcraft, The Burned One, Holster Studios (director: Luke Hyams)

Holby, Alison, BBC  (director: Sean Glynn )

Luther, Evangeline Nixon, BBC (director: Stefan Schwartz)

Law & Order , Dianne Perkins, Kudos (director: Mark Everest)

Murderland, Jade, ITV (director: Catherine Morshead)

Holby Blue, Miranda, Kudos/Red Planet (director: Martin Hutchings/ Jim Loach)

Silent Witness, Clare, BBC  (director: Diarmuid Lawrence)

Inspector Lynley Mysteries, Nina, BBC  (director: Brian Kelly)

Waking The Dead VI, Adrianna, BBC (director: Tim Fywell)

Spooks, Lydia, Kudos (director: Antonia Bird)

Holby City, Marina, BBC

Loving Ludmilla, Ludmilla, Channel 4 (director: Paul Berczeller)

Rosemary & Thyme, Zafia, Carnival Films (director: Brian Farnham)

Urban Gothic, Kali Cunningham (director: Chris Bould/Various Directors)

Rehab, Lydia, BBC  (director: Antonia Bird)

Strange, Zoe, BBC (director: Simon Massey)

Lloyd and Hill, Natalie (director: Phillipa Langdale)

Casualty, Emily (director: Michael Owen Morris)

Doctors, Anna, BBC (director: Neil Adams)

Happiness, Angus's Daughter (director: Declan Lowney)

The Bill, Nadine, Thames Television (director: Michael Owen Morris)

Reach For The Moon, Josie Lake (director: Richard Laxton)

Roger Roger, Emily, BBC  (director: Gareth Gwenlan)

The Age Thing, Daisy, BBC  (director: Stephen McCrum)

The Broker's Man, Yvette, Bentley Productions (director: Roger Gartland)

The Biz, Kerry, BBC  (director: John Smith)


Here and Now, Marysia, Hampstead Theatre (director: Sam Potter)

Troilus and Cressida, Helen of Troy/Cassandra, Shakespeare's Globe (director: Matthew Dunster)

Our Town, Rebecca, Shaftsbury Theatre (director: Robert Allan Ackerman)

Sunday in The Park With George, Louise, National Theatre (director: Steven Pimlott)

The Ragged Child, Annie, NYMT (director: Jeremy James Taylor)


Archers, Lexi, BBC Radio 4

Hive, Arma, BBC R4 (director: Marc Beeby)

Look Closer, Karla, BBC R3 (director: Sasha Yevtushenko)

Rendevous with Rama, Laura Ernst, BBC R4  (director: Marc Beeby)

The Looking Glass War, Anna, BBC  (director: Marc Beeby)

Theremin, Olga, BBC R4 (director: Marc Beeby)

The Picture Man, BBC  (director: Sally Atkins)

Shell Station Story, Asia, BBC (director: Sally Atkins)