“There are two highlight television performances of the year: Emma Thompson and Susie Lindeman”
Dolly in Howards End, Merchant Ivory Productions
“Remarkable Acting…with spirited supporting performances by Susie Lindeman, Samuel West and James Wilby, `Howard's End' is a stewing pot of acting greatness”
As expected in a Merchant/Ivory film. The acting is terrific across the board. And Susie Lindeman is funny is the dim Dolly.
Susie Lindeman is a fine actress, as her exemplary turn in Howards End proves.
Catherine in Catherine, Thames TV Film
MAIGRET - Maigret and the Maid (Granada TV)
Six Characters In Search Of An Author , Sydney Opera House
"This is what the fuss is about. Unforgettable”
"Susie Lindeman’s performance is suitably quirky, creating a refreshing character with an intriguing allure. Qualities of desperation and desire are beautifully conveyed. Lindeman introduces a vulnerability that gives the story complexity, and keeps us engaged"
“Beautiful…perfectly cast, Lindeman using her body as a piece of art.. Inner storms conveyed with delicacy and precision” Lisa Thatcher
Kafka in Love
Happy as Larry and Viv
“Lindeman gives a dazzling performance, with all the requisite fragility, sexuality, flaring anger and abiding fragility of the real Viv” Telegraph
Lindeman’s Viv is magnetic, as she ranges back and forth from hungry sex kitten to angry diva on the verge of a nervous breakdown”
“Fascinating. Lindeman is superb as Leigh, deftly conjuring up the public image of the star in a series of feverish gestures and inflections that also manage to convey a deeper passion and frailty”
Susie Lindeman as Vivien Leigh.
""You are a genius! It really was like watching Miss Leigh in action. I was transported. I loved every minute of it- a superlative embodiment of her."
"The performance was stunning. I have been obsessed with Vivien Leigh for a long time, and today I felt as though I had really seen her!"
Her way of speaking, every mannerism and gesture, were done so well that it was as if Vivien Leigh herself was there in stage. As we know, Vivien Leigh was a brilliant and spellbinding actress, so to be able to portray her so well is a great achievement"
"I was afraid of watching Letter to Larry. When I read "she is Vivien on the stage" - I didn't believe it. Nobody can be Vivien! But it was true. Susie's gestures, essence, voice - same as Vivien's. The illusion was perfect. I had a feeling I was watching Vivien. Thank you for that!"
Wonderful play and a wonderful actress - congratulations to Mr. Macdonald and Susie Lindeman.
I am very happy that I bought my ticket for this magic performance,that was so very emotional. I shall be thinking about it tonight and also for very long time. Susie you made me believe that we were actually seeing Vivien....
SEE link to LETTER TO LARRY for Press Reviews