Jodie Comer reveals that she was kicked out of the girl belt when a teenager led to her career as an actress
Killing Eve & # 39; s Jodie Comer reveals that she was expelled from the girl band when she led her career as an actress
Sean O & # 39; Grady for Mailonline
Jodie Comer has told us how it was kicked out of a girls' group during her teenage years led to her success as an actress.
The 25-year-old resident of Liverpool has become known to the public worldwide because of her role as an experienced assassin of Villanelle on the Killing Eve of BBC America.
The TV star, however, originally considered a career in music and got the taste for the first time to play in a girls band.
Star: Jodie Comer, 25, has become known to the public worldwide because of her role as an experienced assassin of Villanelle on BBC America's Killing Eve
Jodie told me how she went on vacation with her family in the middle of the rehearsals for a talent show at school.
She was then informed by the other members of the group that she could no longer participate because she missed too many rehearsals.
Although upset, Jodie decided to re-enter the talent show as a solo act and performed a dramatic monologue on her mother's encouragement.
She told The Mirror: & # 39; Do you know when you are a child and you are so upset that you lose your breath? I remember going to my mother and being so desperate.
Younger days: the TV star originally considered a music career and for the first time got a predilection for performance when she was in a girls band
Music: Jodie told how she went on holiday with her family in the middle of the rehearsals for a talent show at school (pictured earlier this month with fellow star Sandra Oh at the Golden Globes)
& # 39; She had something like, & # 39; Why do not you go back and ask your drama teacher if you can do your monologue? Do your own thing & # 39;. & # 39;
A few months later she auditioned to play a young girl in a BBC Radio 4 drama.
When he said on the podcast Two Shots, Jodie admitted that the international success of Killing Eve was astonished.
The series, in which Sandra Oh also shines in the title role, follows MI5 officer Eve Polastri while she becomes obsessed by the hunt for the mysterious assassin Villanelle.
Deleted: she was then informed by the other members of the group that she could no longer participate because she missed too many rehearsals (pictured with co-star Sandra Oh)
Return: although upset, Jodie decided to re-enter the talent show as a solo act and performed a dramatic monologue about her mother's encouragement
Jodie said: & # 39; If someone told me last year that people would dress like Villanelle for Halloween, I would have said: & # 39; Be silent! & # 39;
& # 39; It was so great to be part of something that resonated with people and people.
People always ask me what the message is with Killing Eve. There is none, you just have fun with it. I think that's what people have enjoyed so much. I have never participated in a show that has had such a huge answer. & # 39;
The actress is very close to her family and when she does not film Killing Eve in London or Europe, she travels back to Liverpool to stay with her mother.
Career: A few months later she auditioned to play a young girl in a BBC Radio 4 drama