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The star of BBC’s Call the Midwife looks unrecognizable in the role from Death in Paradise – do you know who she is?

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She played a nurse and former resident of Nonnatus House in her most famous role. And although her character in Call The Midwife has mysteriously disappeared since 2017, the actress has now appeared in a new Death In Paradise role. Can you guess who she is?

She played a nurse and former resident of Nonnatus House in her most famous role.

After being brutally attacked, her character was sent to a psychiatric institute, which was designed to heal her trauma but, in fact, caused her condition to deteriorate drastically.

And although her character in Call The Midwife has mysteriously disappeared since 2017, the actress has now appeared in a new Death In Paradise role.

But can you guess who it is?

She played a nurse and former resident of Nonnatus House in her most famous role. And although her character in Call The Midwife has mysteriously disappeared since 2017, the actress has now appeared in a new Death In Paradise role. Can you guess who she is?

She played a nurse and former resident of Nonnatus House in her most famous role. And although her character in Call The Midwife has mysteriously disappeared since 2017, the actress has now appeared in a new Death In Paradise role. Can you guess who she is?

Actress Bryony Hannah played nurse Cynthia Miller in Call The Midwife. And she seems very different to her role as Rebecca Morley in the BBC's Death in Paradise.

Actress Bryony Hannah played nurse Cynthia Miller in Call The Midwife. And she seems very different to her role as Rebecca Morley in the BBC's Death in Paradise.

Actress Bryony Hannah played nurse Cynthia Miller in Call The Midwife. And she seems very different to her role as Rebecca Morley in the BBC’s Death in Paradise.

Actress Bryony Hannah played nurse Cynthia Miller in Call The Midwife.

And it appears to be a far cry from her role as Rebecca Morley in BBC’s Death in Paradise.

Since airing in 2012, Call The Midwife has followed the chaotic lives of nurses and nuns residing at Nonnatus House.

Many of your fan-favorite stars have moved on to new roles, which has seen some actresses completely transform into characters far removed from the hit drama.

One of these stars is Bryony, who played a kind-hearted midwife who became a close friend and confidant of Jessica Raine’s character, nurse sister Jenny Lee.

Bryony played a major role in the show’s first six series before leaving in 2017.

And now she’s completely transformed her look by ditching her nurse uniform for a role in Death in Paradise season 10 in 2021.

The brunette beauty played Rebecca Morley, an assistant professor of archeology who joined Roger Harkness (played by Richard McCabe) on a big dig in Saint Marie.

Since airing in 2012, Call The Midwife has followed the chaotic lives of nurses and nuns residing at Nonnatus House.

Since airing in 2012, Call The Midwife has followed the chaotic lives of nurses and nuns residing at Nonnatus House.

Since airing in 2012, Call The Midwife has followed the chaotic lives of nurses and nuns residing at Nonnatus House.

His character was described by the Radio Times as “shy, but also determined”.

Bryony was also joined by former Skins actor Luke Pasqualino, who appeared as a PhD student working at the dig during episode two.

The episode was shown on BBC One on 14 January 2021.

After saying goodbye to Nonnatus House, Bryony also starred in ITV crime drama Unforgotten.

Death In Paradise has returned for a new series, as the show marked its 100th episode in February.

And when the team reunited on the idyllic Caribbean island of Saint Marie and were tasked with solving more gripping murders, the series also saw the return of a big character.

Returning 13 years after his debut on the show, EastEnders star Sean Maguire has returned to the drama series.

The actor originally played Marlon Collins on the BBC show in the show’s first series in 2011.

Sean starred in Death in Paradise alongside Ben Miller as DI Richard Poole, Sara Martins and DS Camille Bordey and Danny John-Jules as Officer Dwayne Myers.

Sean Maguire has returned to BBC Death In Paradise 13 years after his debut as Marlon Collins back in 2011.

Sean Maguire has returned to BBC Death In Paradise 13 years after his debut as Marlon Collins back in 2011.

Sean Maguire has returned to BBC Death In Paradise 13 years after his debut as Marlon Collins back in 2011.

Death In Paradise has returned for a new series as the show marks its 100th episode.

Death In Paradise has returned for a new series as the show marks its 100th episode.

Death In Paradise has returned for a new series as the show marks its 100th episode.

speaking to MirrorRalf Little, who plays DI Neville Parker in the series, revealed that he was delighted to have Sean back, but also a little upset that Sean managed to steal his title as the only person to have done the show twice.

He said: ‘It was very exciting to see Sean Maguire return too. He was in the first episode and returned to play the same character.

‘That’s not actually referenced in the episode, but eagle-eyed viewers will notice! I have met Sean several times and just loved him. He was fun, funny, professional and a brilliant actor.’

‘I’m a bit upset because he’s now the only person other than me who has done the show twice! Although having said that, he was playing the same character and I’m the only person who has done it as two different characters, so I still have that little personal milestone!’

Fans also seemed delighted to have Sean back on their screens as they took to Twitter to share their support for the viewing leader.

As Death And Paradise revealed: ‘Sean Maguire returns to HonorĂ©, after appearing in the first episode! I wonder what he’s doing this time…’, one fan simply replied, ‘YES.’

Another wrote: ‘Can’t wait to see this. Will he get him to reprise his previous role?

While another joked: “We’ve been wondering about him since episode 1. He ended up in a cell with a donkey!”

Speaking to The Mirror, Ralf Little (pictured), who plays DI Neville Parker in the series, revealed that he was delighted to have Sean back, but also a little upset that Sean managed to steal his title as the only person who has done the show twice.

Speaking to The Mirror, Ralf Little (pictured), who plays DI Neville Parker in the series, revealed that he was delighted to have Sean back, but also a little upset that Sean managed to steal his title as the only person who has done the show twice.

Speaking to The Mirror, Ralf Little (pictured), who plays DI Neville Parker in the series, revealed that he was delighted to have Sean back, but also a little upset that Sean managed to steal his title as the only person who has done the show twice.

Fans also seemed delighted to have Sean back on their screens as they took to Twitter to share their support.

Fans also seemed delighted to have Sean back on their screens as they took to Twitter to share their support.

Fans also seemed delighted to have Sean back on their screens as they took to Twitter to share their support.

The actor, now 47, previously played Aidan Brosnan in EastEnders from 1991 until 1994, when he left for a role in BBC drama series Dangerfield.

The actor, now 47, previously played Aidan Brosnan in EastEnders from 1991 until 1994, when he left for a role in BBC drama series Dangerfield.

The actor, now 47, previously played Aidan Brosnan in EastEnders from 1991 until 1994, when he left for a role in BBC drama series Dangerfield.

Sean rose to fame aged just 10 when he was cast in the BBC drama Grange Hill as ‘Tegs’ Ratcliffe.

The actor, now 47, played Aidan Brosnan in EastEnders from 1991 until 1994, when he left for a role in the BBC drama series Dangerfield.

Sean then decided to trade acting for music and had a successful singing career, releasing three albums between 1994 and 1998.

He then returned to acting, starring in ABC’s Once Upon A Time and CBS’ SWAT.

Ralf also confirmed that Sean isn’t the only guest set to appear on the new series, as he revealed he was also excited to be joined by Call The Midwife star Richard Fleeshman and BAFTA winner Hayley Mills.

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