FIRST LOOK: Phoebe Dynevor turns iconic ceramist Clarice Cliff into a stunning new image

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Phoebe Dynevor puts her Daphne Bridgerton glamor aside as she transforms into iconic ceramist Clarice Cliff in a stunning new image from the new movie The Color Room

Phoebe Dynevor takes the world away from the glamor of Bridgerton in a first look still released by Sky from her upcoming movie.

The actress – who became a household name over Christmas as Daphne Bridgerton on Netflix – transforms into iconic ceramist Clarice Cliff in the stunning image of her next project, The Color Room.

Unlike Regency Era London’s silky Baroque dresses, Phoebe wears her newly darkened mane in a curly cropped style and has a pale, pensive figure.

Hi Clarice: Phoebe Dynevor looks like the world away from the glamor of Bridgerton in a first look still being released by Sky from her upcoming movie

Hi Clarice: Phoebe Dynevor looks like the world away from the glamor of Bridgerton in a first look still being released by Sky from her upcoming movie

She puts on a black coat and colored scarf, which hangs loosely around her neck as she stands on a foggy street – a cart in the background, and pheants hanging from a hook.

The Sky Original drama is still filming and shooting scenes on location in Birmingham over Easter weekend.

Phoebe was spotted wearing a sloppy baggy cardigan while filming with co-stars Matthew Goode and Darci Shaw.

Clarice is a vibrant young factory worker in the industrial British interior of the 1920s.

New role: Actress transforms into iconic ceramist Clarice Cliff in the stunning image of her next project, The Color Room

New role: Actress transforms into iconic ceramist Clarice Cliff in the stunning image of her next project, The Color Room

A far cry: Phoebe became a household name over Christmas as Daphne Bridgerton on Netflix

A far cry: Phoebe became a household name over Christmas as Daphne Bridgerton on Netflix

The actress – who became a household name over Christmas as Daphne Bridgerton on Netflix [L] – transforms into iconic ceramist Clarice Cliff in the stunning image of her next project, The Color Room [R]

On location: Phoebe is photographed on location at the weekend

On location: Phoebe is photographed on location at the weekend

Pioneer: In real life, Cliff broke the glass ceiling to revolutionize the workplace in the 20th century

Pioneer: In real life, Cliff broke the glass ceiling to revolutionize the workplace in the 20th century

Pioneer: For real, Cliff [R] broke the glass ceiling to revolutionize the workplace in the 20th century. Phoebe is photographed on location in Birmingham at the weekend [L]

Real Life: She was pictured at the 2018 BAFTA TV Tea Party in Los Angeles

Real Life: She was pictured at the BAFTA TV Tea Party in Los Angeles in 2018

Real Life: She was pictured at the 2018 BAFTA TV Tea Party in Los Angeles

Her creativity and ambition drive her to move the factory into the factory, despite the financial consequences for the household she shares with her widowed mother Ann (Kerry Fox) and youngest sister Dot (Darci Shaw).

Bursting with ideas for colors and shapes, Clarice takes increasingly dangerous risks – but she manages to stay one step ahead of the workhouse and impress eccentric factory owner Colley Shorter (Matthew Goode) along the way with her talent and innovation. .

Apprenticed to renowned Art Designer Fred Ridgeway (David Morrissey) and with the support of Colley and other women at the factory, Clarice fights her way to design the unprecedented Art Deco ‘Bizarre’ range.

In character: Phoebe behind the scenes in the filming of Bridgerton

In character: Phoebe behind the scenes in the filming of Bridgerton

In character: Phoebe behind the scenes in the filming of Bridgerton

In the midst of the Great Depression, she ensures the factory’s survival and its future as one of the greatest Art Deco designers and a household name.

The cast was at The Black Country Museum this weekend for the recording session.

Phoebe hobbled over the production earlier this month, saying, ‘I’m so excited to be part of the cast of The Color Room, especially playing the role of one of the country’s most celebrated performers, Clarice Cliff. It is truly an honor to hire such a remarkable character.

‘The script is a beautifully written contemporary take on the 20th century, and I am proud to work with such a strong female team, both in front of and behind the camera.

“I look forward to telling Clarice’s story and, of course, working with Matthew.”

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