Friday, January 17, 2014

Remember Me

 © Faye Thomas
My Mad Fat Diary star Jodie Comer is set to star alongside Michael Palin in a haunting new BBC drama Remember Me.

Jodie will star as Hannah, a teenage care assistant who alongside investigating police detective Rob Fairholme (played by Mark Addy), tries to unravel the mysterious history of new care home resident Tom Parfitt (Palin), a frail, old Yorkshireman seemingly alone in the world, whose admittance to the nursing home triggers a series of inexplicable events.

Jodie (represented by Independent Talent), from Liverpool, plays Chloe in the popular E4 series My Mad Fat Diary which is about to return for a second series.

Julia Sawalha (Larkrise To Candleford) also stars as Hannah's troubled mother Jan Ward with Mina Anwar (The Thin Blue Line) as Tom's neighbour Roshana Salim.

The three-part mystery is written by award-winning writer Gwyneth Hughes (The Girl, Five Days, Miss Austen Regrets), and made by Mammoth Screen for BBC One.

Remember Me started filming this week in Huddersfield and Scarborough for transmission later this year on BBC One.

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