Miranda Hennessy plays Tara in Johnny English 3. Coming soon.
The BBC film ‘Dave Allen at Peace’ will air this Easter Monday on BBC TWO starring Aidan Gillen as Dave Allen, alongside Conleth Hill, Julian Rhind-Tutt and Tommy Tiernan.
Hennessy & Friends (Miranda Hennessy, David Seymour & Steven Shapland) star as Dave Allen’s sketch team from the 70s.
Watch Inside No.9 ‘To Have and to Hold’ starring Steve Pemberton, Nicola Walker, Reece Shearsmith and Miranda Hennessy.
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Inside No. 9 ‘To Have and to Hold’ airs this week on BBC Two starring Steve Pemberton, Nicola Walker, Reece Shearmsith and Miranda Hennessy.
Adrian spends his time photographing other couples’ weddings, but his own marriage to Harriet is far from happy. Can they renew their vows, spice up their love life and make a fresh start, or have they just run out of love, trust and time?
Miranda Hennessy, David Seymour and Steven Shapland (AKA sketch group ‘Hennessy & Friends’ ) will play Dave Allen’s Sketch Team in the new BBC comedy drama ‘ Dave Allen at Peace ‘. Game of Thrones star Aidan Gillen will play the title role in the BBC Two film that will tell the story of the controversial Irish comedian, and examine how his personal life impacted on his career.
Gillen, who is from Dublin, is joined by fellow Game of Thrones actor Conleth Hill (Varys), who will play Allen’s brother. Father Ted’s Tommy Tiernan will play Allen’s father, while Joanne Crawford, from Line of Duty, will play his mother.
The film will be structured in a way that reflects Allen’s original television act, in which he sat on a bar stool and shared memories and reflections while drinking whisky. Gillen will play the comic in a similar style, with his reflections on his earlier years and career shown through flashbacks and comedy sketches performed by Gillen with his team Hennessy, Seymour & Shapland.
The film is written by Peaky Blinders’ Stephen Russell and directed by Andi de Emmony.
Quacks follows the progress of four young medical pioneers in the daring and wild days of Victorian Medicine.
Stars Rory Kinnear, Rupert Everett, Matthew Baynton and Caroline Lessing. Miranda Hennessy plays Nicola Bell; daughter of the Apothecary.
Watch the full series now on iplayer