Attention SPOILER If you do not know yet Identity of Lady Whistledown, Author of delicious gossip The Bridgetown Chronicle, The new series produced by Shonda Rhymes for Netflix. The actress who plays this essential character of the show – 63 million views in a month – has increased the secrets.
In this adaptation of the literary story Les Bridgeton Written by Julia Quinn, Irish actress Nicola Coglan ly officially falls into the skin of Penelope Featherington, wisely Lady Whistledown. The 33-year-old actress was particularly keen to respond to a handful of criticisms that denigrated unbelievable diversity as the story unfolded in England in 1813, during the reign of King George III. Throne. Do you see this catchphrase held by some people that “diversity in historical drama does not work”? 63 million employees think it will work then …. People tried to change it Do you remember the show’s popular rating IMDB because there is so much variation on the screen? You can not lower our rating right now, it’s the best startup ever on Netflix“, They were happy to be contacted on Twitter.
Nicola Coglan also spoke openly about her role Variety Little did she know that when she was cast she would be Lady Whistle’s own, because she had never read books! Once it was a roll in her pocket, they made the discovery after a tour of the fan forums. “Penelope is very close to the hearts of readers. It was in a forum that I realized who I was. When I saw it, I thought to myself, ‘No, no, no, no, it’s not possible.’The actress explained that it was the most secretive scene of the last scene where she reveals her identity.I was brought from Ireland, and I was tried, tried, tried [le tournage ayant eu lieu en pleine pandémie de coronavirus, NDLR] I did the fittings. It was so secret, no one knew where I was or what I was doing. But the shooting was a lot of funThey added.
The Bridgetown Chronicle, Also starring Freddie Stroma, Reggie-Jean Page, Phoebe Diner and Jonathan Bailey, and available on Netflix.
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