DRA­MATIC FIRST STEP

Sunday Mirror - - KHAN SAIRA -

radar and prob­a­bly spend too much time on your own.”

Jodie ad­mits it has been tough liv­ing with the fame Killing Eve brought her – and that the first big pho­to­shoot had left her “rigid with fear”.

But co-star San­dra Oh and show cre­ator, Fleabag’s Phoebe WallerBridge, have given her good ad­vice.

She ex­plains: “We went to a TV fes­ti­val in Cannes, we were all hav­ing a lit­tle drink and they were like, ‘ Just so you know, when this goes out it might get a bit crazy’. I’m around San­dra a lot, she gets recog­nised ev­ery­where and I can see how in­tense that can be.

“I’m in no way in that kind of bracket but they were like, ‘ This is some­thing you need to be more aware of ’. They gave me a heads up.” Se­ries two of Killing Eve – set to be on the BBC in late spring – has San­dra’s char­ac­ter Eve Po­las­tri still hunt­ing wounded killer Vil­lanelle.

But Jodie in­sists yet more fame won’t be go­ing to her head, adding: “If I ever did get too big for my boots my mum and dad would tell me straight away... and my brother!”

JODIE COMER ON SCHOOL SNUB THAT CHANGED LIFE

Jodie and dance pals per­formed Hair­spray

Jodie and Killing Eve pal San­dra Oh at the Globes

Blood­ied Vil­lanelle in new Eve se­ries

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