Who is Jodie Comer? What TV shows has the Doctor Foster actress been in and who does she play in Killing Eve?


JODIE Comer may be young but she’s already played a wide variety of roles in successful TV dramas and movies.

She has been even further propelled into the limelight by her role in Doctor Foster, and her recent performance in BBC crime thriller Killing Eve. Here’s everything we know about her…

Jodie Comer is a Liverpudlian actress making waves in TV

Who is Jodie Comer, how old is she and what is she known for?

Jodie Comer is a 25-year-old British actress and was born on March 11, 1993.

Hailing from Liverpool, she won a radio play part at a young age – before getting a guest role in medical spin-off drama The Royal Today.

This led to multiple parts in soaps and crime dramas including Casualty, Vera and Silent Witness.

More major work came with the two drama series Justice and Remember Me, before she landed her best-known role as Chloe Gemell in My Mad Fat Diary, the comedy series on E4.

Jodie played a girl lost for 13 years in the show Thirteen

What else has the Doctor Foster actress starred in?

A 2015 version of Lady Chatterley’s Lover brought her first taste of original BBC drama, before she landed a lead role in Thirteen, about a girl who reappears after being abducted thirteen years previously.

In 2016 she also began playing villainous “other woman” Kate, Parks, a university graduate, in Doctor Foster, opposite Suranne Jones and Bertie Carvel.

The following year she appeared as Elizabeth of York in The White Princess, a sequel to BBC series The White Queen.

Jodie Cramer plays Villanelle in crime thriller Killing Eve


When is Killing Eve season 2 set to be released?

Killing Eve will be back on our screens in Spring 2019.

An exact UK air date has not yet been confirmed but series two is set to air on April 8 on BBC America.

The series will then shortly be available to watch on BBC Three.

For series one there was a six-month wait between the episodes airing in the US and the UK but the BBC’s director of content Charlotte Moore has said that fans will “not have to wait so long next time.”



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