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As she is trying to remember where her outfit came from – she thinks she bought the dress from a stall in Spitalfields ‘ages ago’ – she is suddenly hit by inspiration; she knows exactly where she got her shoes. Naturally beautiful (she has perfect skin and only ever wears a ‘dab of mascara’), the petite 29-year-old actress, who plays Dr Anya Raczynski in the BBC series that returns to our screens this month, is so modest and shy that it is difficult to believe she was ever brazen enough to write the letter that launched her acting career.Six years ago, as she was nearing the end of a three-year drama degree, she wrote to leading casting agent Celestia Fox, who was searching for a young actress to take a key role in Richard Eyre’s film Stage Beauty.Something Amazon hopes you'll especially enjoy: Fulfilment by Amazon (FBA) is a service Amazon offers sellers that lets them store their products in Amazon's warehouses, and Amazon directly does the picking, packing, shipping and customer service on these items.ITV have announced the new leading cast members for the continuation of drama series Safe House.Taking the lead this time around is Stephen Moyer, best known for playing vampire Bill Compton in HBO’s schlocky southern gothic horror True Blood.He’s joined by Zoe Tapper, an ITV regular who’s appeared in Mr Selfridge and Lewis, as the other lead role.
She describes herself as “a jobbing actress”, but the expression does her something of a disservice.Television includes Peaky Blinder, Holby City, Mr Selfridge, The Borgias, Spooks, Silent Witness, Victoria Wood's Christmas Special and Extras.Film includes Madame Bovary, Housewife 49, Bigga than Ben, Atonement, Notes on a Scandal, Babel, Vera Drake, Topsy-Turvy, Secrets and Lies and The Short and Curlies. She trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.“After I appeared in that, I kept getting cast as bawdy wenches and harlots, and being asked, persuaded, and in one instance bullied into doing nude scenes.
Honestly, I can’t tell you the number of scripts I read where my character enters and, for some unfathomable reason, immediately removes her top.
‘I cringe slightly about that now, but we were encouraged to write standard letters to agents and casting directors and I had written so many saying, “I am a student at drama school”, and I never got a reply so I thought I would be cheeky.