Former Ackley Bridge and EastEnders star Amy Leigh Hickman joined Netflix’s fourth series alongside Ex-EastEnders star Tilly Keeper
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Ackley Bridge star Amy Leigh Hickman has joined the cast of You along with EastEnders alumni Tilly Keeper.
The 24-year-old, who has played Nasreen Paracha on Ackley Bridge since 2017, has been cast in the fourth series of the Netflix psychological thriller, as production moves to the UK for the fourth series.
Amy is set to join former soap stars Dario Coate, who played Alex Neeson in Corrie, and Eve Austin, who played Tabitha Taylor-Rudd in Emmerdale, along with lead actor Penn Badgley, who plays the villain. Scary stalker Joe Goldberg.
Amy will play a new character on the Netflix show Nadia, a literature student aspiring to be a serious author.
Meanwhile, Louis Mitchell actress Tilly is playing Lady Phoebe, and new stills from production show her filming a street scene with The White Lotus and Lukas Gage. Euphoria.
The Netflix hit has moved production across the pond, as a source told The Sun last month: “This will come as a huge surprise to the millions of fans of the show around the world who have been familiar with the first three seasons being based on different locations in the US.
“The last thing they’re looking forward to is that the next outing will transport keys, warehouses and crates across the Atlantic and feature a predominantly British cast.
“But the producers wanted to give the show a fresh look, although Joe is sure to return to his dark deeds when he arrives in London.”
Amy, 24, played EastEnders’ Linzi Bragg, aka The Star she’s known to residents of Albert Square, between 2016 and 2017.
Her biggest role came in 2017, when she played Nasreen Paracha in the teen drama Ackley Bridge.
The 24-year-old left the Channel 4 program at the end of its third series and went on to star in BBC One’s military drama Our Girl, which she described as “challenging” due to its current nature. reality of war scenes.
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Playing the tense junior doctor Mimi Saunders alongside Michelle Keegan, Amy was forced to miss the cast’s military training, as it clashed with her film Ackley Bridge.
She told the Evening Standard about filming in South Africa: “It’s impossible not to feel [like you’re in a war] because it looks like that a lot; With the way you dress, the setting in which we film, it feels very real – especially when you’re doing all the shots and scenes.
“I think it would be difficult to find performances like that if you don’t have a real feeling around you. I think that’s probably why it looks so good because they create that feeling. ”
https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/ex-eastenders-ackley-bridge-star-26641643 Ex-EastEnders and Ackley Bridge stars join Netflix's Friends with Tilly Keeper