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Entertainment Jodie Comer and Stephen Graham transform into a carer and patient

16:10  05 february  2021
16:10  05 february  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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© Provided by Daily Mail MailOnline logo She is known for playing wily Villanelle in Killing Eve.Yet Jodie Comer transformed from evil to angel on Monday as she joined fellow Liverpudlian Stephen Graham on set of Channel 4 drama Help.The actress, 27, was seen taking on the role of a carer to a patient , played by Stephen , 47, with early.

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She is known for playing wily Villanelle in Killing Eve.

Yet Jodie Comer transformed from evil to angel on Monday as she joined fellow Liverpudlian Stephen Graham on set of Channel 4 drama Help.

The actress, 27, was seen taking on the role of a carer to a patient, played by Stephen, 47, with early on-set Alzheimer's disease.

Stephen Graham et al. posing for the camera: An honour: Jodie Comer transformed from evil to angel on Monday as she joined fellow Liverpudlian Stephen Graham on set of Channel 4 drama Help © Provided by Daily Mail An honour: Jodie Comer transformed from evil to angel on Monday as she joined fellow Liverpudlian Stephen Graham on set of Channel 4 drama Help

In the images from the set, character Sarah is seen chatting to patient Tony, whose mind is slowly deteriorating from early-onset Alzheimer's.

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Jodie Comer and Stephen Graham in Good Cop, first shown on BBC One in 2012. While many in the rapt audience will have wondered what she was referring to, one woman knew: Jane Epstein, Graham ’s agent for almost 19 years, and the woman whom he persuaded to take a chance on a young Comer seven years ago. “ Stephen called me from the set of a series he was doing back in 2012 called Good Cop and passionately described a scene he had just shot with a young actress who he thought was one of the most exciting talents he had worked with to date,” said Epstein.

ACTRESS Jodie Comer appears in good spirits as she’s seen blindfolding co-star Stephen Graham as they film scenes for their new coronavirus drama. Set in a fictional Liverpool care home, Channel 4’s new show Help will tell the moving story between a young care home worker, played by Comer , and a The pair looked relaxed and happy as she and Stephen , 47, larked around on set with her playfully tying a blindfold around his eyes. Sitting outside a caravan, the duo appeared to be filming scenes in character for their new series Help, which looks at how two lives are changed forever by the onset of

Help is set in Liverpool and centres on the relationship between the young care home worker and her patient as they deal with the effects of the pandemic.

It will tell the story of Sarah's relationship with Tony – a 47-year-old man with the degenerative condition – as the care home struggles to cope with the spread of the virus.

When Channel 4 first announced the drama, Stephen said: 'I've wanted to work with Jodie for ages, and together we're hugely passionate about shining a light on one of the biggest tragedies of our time and the people at the heart of it.'

Jodie added: 'For us to be able to explore such a relevant and emotive story through the eyes of such beautifully real characters, and in our home city of Liverpool, is a real honour.'

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Comer and Graham , who are both from Liverpool, previously starred together in the 2012 BBC series The Good Cop, and went on to share the same agent. Watch: Jodie Comer has an emotional moment at the BAFTAs. She even thanked Graham specifically after picking up the BAFTA for her role in Killing Eve, saying: “If I didn’t owe you a pint before then, I do now. Thank you for the generosity you showed me all those years ago.” According to the Office For National Statistics, there were 19,394 deaths in UK care homes from March to June this year related to COVID-19. Thorne himself received treatment for

Jodie Comer has confessed she used to suffer with 'imposter syndrome' because of her background and had to convince herself otherwise. The award-winning actress, 27, who recently revealed she considered ditching her Scouse accent, said that feeling like an imposter was 'ingrained' in her. She told Glamour magazine: 'I think it's something that is ingrained in you without you even knowing, like Stephen Graham , I always talk about this imposter syndrome because of where you're from.'


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The duo lauded creator Jack Thorne, as Jodie went on: 'I am, of course, thrilled to finally be working alongside Stephen and the supremely talented Jack, Marc and those at Channel 4...

'We're determined to do justice to so many of the untold stories and heroes that have been affected as a result of this crisis and to handle them with care.'

a group of people standing in a room: Having a chat: It will tell the story of Sarah's relationship with Tony – a 47-year-old man with the degenerative condition – as the care home struggles to cope with the spread of the virus © Provided by Daily Mail Having a chat: It will tell the story of Sarah's relationship with Tony – a 47-year-old man with the degenerative condition – as the care home struggles to cope with the spread of the virus a man standing on a stage: Sweet: Help is set in Liverpool and centres on the relationship between the young care home worker and her patient as they deal with the effects of the pandemic © Provided by Daily Mail Sweet: Help is set in Liverpool and centres on the relationship between the young care home worker and her patient as they deal with the effects of the pandemic

Echoing her sentiments, Stephen said 'Jack is one of the greatest and most truthful writers of our generation and in Help he has crafted a profoundly important piece of social realism'.

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Jodie Marie Comer (born 11 March 1993) is an English actress. She is best known for her role as Oksana Astankova / Villanelle in the British black comedy-drama spy thriller Killing Eve

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Care homes have one of the hardest-hit areas during the COVID-19 pandemic, with many residents separated from loved ones for months.

Jodie is known to many for her role as the ruthless assassin Villanelle in Killing Eve, a role which saw her awarded with a BAFTA and a Primetime Emmy.

She is looking at adding to her trophy cabinet as it was revealed on Wednesday that she has been nominated for a Golden Globe.

a group of people standing in a room: Working: Care homes have one of the hardest-hit areas during the COVID-19 pandemic, with many residents separated from loved ones for months © Provided by Daily Mail Working: Care homes have one of the hardest-hit areas during the COVID-19 pandemic, with many residents separated from loved ones for months Read more

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