EMILY PRESCOTT: Jenna’s Cry for new roles after slew of television murderers
Victoria star Jenna Coleman is fed up with playing grisly characters and is looking for new, less gruesome roles.
Jenna, 37, told The Italian Reve magazine: ‘At the moment, there’s this common theme of murderers, I don’t know where it’s coming from.’
Jenna – who played a child killer in TV series The Cry, and a murderer’s accomplice in The Serpent – has been turning down similar work and says she is on the hunt to play a character more open with their emotions.
Victoria star Jenna Coleman is fed up with playing grisly characters and is looking for new, less gruesome roles
Jenna Coleman portrayed a murderer’s accomplice in 2020 series The Serpent
Mark and Amanda Dyer
While one struggles to imagine Charles and Camilla doing anything similar, here’s Prince Harry’s ‘second Dad’ Mark Dyer and his Texan wife Amanda channelling their inner Barbie and Ken.
The ex-Royal equerry used to keep Harry’s relationships under wraps by staving off paparazzi.
Royal biographer Penny Junor called Mark, 56, ‘one of the few people who talks some sense into him’.
But being sensible is the last thing on his mind in his blond wig, feather boa and tutu.
Yet he was a style icon for Harry, who called Mark ‘an extreme ginger’ who ‘owned it’ – making Harry feel less self-conscious about his own hair colouring.
Robbie Williams has won permission to fell a 70ft Robinia tree at his West London home, despite eco-zealot neighbours’ protests. Robbie, 49, can now focus on his fight for an indoor pool, gym and underground passage which his neighbour, Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page, 79, opposes, fearing vibrations would damage valuable artworks.