Kacey Ainsworth, best known for her roles as Little Mo in EastEnders and Cathy Keating in Grantchester, has spoken out against 'outdated tropes' about women that pitch them against each other.
Kacey Ainsworth, known for her roles in Grantchester and EastEnders, has opened up about looking at the world in a different way and how much she has learned since her son's autism diagnosis.
Eastenders and Grantchester actor Kacey Ainsworth has spoken about the importance of breaking down stereotypes around women characters on television.
EastEnders actress Kacey Ainsworth has said that, rather than enhancing an actor's profile, Strictly Come Dancing can wreck a perfectly good career.
James Norton and Robson Green are to return for a third series of Grantchester and a Christmas special. ITV have confirmed the pair will reprise their roles as 1950s crime-fighting duo, vicar Sidney Chambers and police inspector Geordie Keating, as they solve more mysteries in Grantchester, Cambridge and beyond, for a new six-part season of the show. Ex-Doctor Who star Peter Davison is to guest star in the show as village solicitor Geoff Towler, who also captains the cricket team and takes no nonsense.
Reverend Geoffrey Short, below, said after holding a service at his church his faith had been strengthened after wife Zoila, 43, left him to live with the popular actor. Filipina Zoila, who has two children with Reverend Short, 57, left the family home six weeks ago after 16 years of marriage, moving into Green’s plush apartment near Morpeth, Northumberland.
It’s not because he’s reputedly dating War and Peace co-star Jessie Buckley, or because we’re old enough to be his mother. After stealing into our living rooms two years ago as the psychopathic Tommy Lee Royce in Sally Wainwright’s acclaimed Happy Valley series, this phenomenal young actor has managed to nab the comfy spot on the sofa this year and looks like he won’t be shifted anytime soon. Inhabiting three entirely different roles in as many months has not only brought him to the attention of the wider populace, it’s also put him in the frame for James Bond.
With roles in Grantchester, Happy Valley and now War and Peace making him a household name in Britain, could hunky James Norton be the latest star to ditch us and swan off to Hollywood? The 30-year-old actor, who plays brooding Prince Andrei in the new BBC adaptation of Tolstoy’s classic, has admitted he is already going “back and forth” between the UK and the US in a bid to make it over there. James is hoping to emulate the success of his War and Peace co-star Lily James, who starred in a little movie called Cinderella last year.