It’s a wonder, really, that Grace is being shown before the watershed in the normally sedate haven of a Sunday evening.
John Simm – set to rejoin Dr Who as The Master in the new series starting this month – stars alongside a trio of Britain’s top female actors in Collateral, a gripping, high-octane thriller set in present day London, from pre-eminent playwright David Hare. A multi-talented playwright, screenwriter, director and producer, Hare wrote Oscar winning films The Hours and The Reader, and widely-acclaimed plays including Plenty and Skylight. The cast includes a second time collaborator with Hare, Carey Mulligan (The Great Gatsby, Suffragette) following her role in the revival of Skylight.
Gene Hunt actor, Philip Glenister, has revealed that he would love to reprise the tough talking cop he played in Life on Mars and Ashes to Ashes.
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