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I paint my nails a lot more these days; I’ve got Chanel’s orange fizz nail colour on my toes right now.
I don’t feel hung over at weekends because I don’t drink much alcohol, but if I wake up feeling tired on Saturday I’ll need fresh air on my face – like now.
When I was doing The Hour, I was often picked up at 5.30am on Saturday and driven to Hornsey town hall, where we were filming.
Screen writers in general seem to have very little imagination about women and you have to make the best you can of what’s out there.I made a lot of naughty mistakes when I was there but it was a beautiful rite of passage and I never got homesick; I’ve always found that if I stay in one place for too long, I need to leave.I did a lot of acting at school – I even put on a fake moustache and impersonated my grandfather, Charlie Chaplin, at the Edinburgh Fringe.I loved being on stage but I told myself that if I didn’t get in to Rada, I wouldn’t pursue an acting career. After I graduated, I got a small part in Quantum of Solace and did a few other things but The Hour, which is on at the moment, is definitely my biggest part so far.I’m still a little awestruck by the other members of the cast.