The star is now a BAFTA award-winning actor, having picked up the Best Actress gong in last year’s event. Now, as Killing Eve fans await the show’s third season, Jodie recently featured in the 20th anniversary special of BBC daytime show Doctors, which sees her play a struggling young mum named Kelly.
BBC viewers will recognise the star from the various dramas she has appeared in which have aired on the channel in the past few years.
From paying Kate Parks on Doctor Foster, to the iconic Villanelle on Killing Eve, Jodie has picked up a large number of fans across the nation.
However, before she landed some of her more well-known roles, she made an appearance in another popular show.
Jodie featured in an episode of BBC daytime soap Doctors, back in 2012, long before her days as Villanelle.
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Jodie Comer surprises fans with Doctors’ throwback clip amid Killing Eve season 3 return (Image: BBC)
Jodie Comer: the actress featured as struggling young mum Kelly in an episode aired in 2012 (Image: BBC)
She played the role with her original Scouse accent, which many fans of the star will not have heard from her before.
In the throwback clip, Jodie plays young mum Kelly Lowther, in an instalment titled “Another Day, Another Dollar”.
She is seen in a heated row with Health Visitor, Marina Bonnaire (Marian McLoughlin) over the welfare of Jodie’s character’s baby.
Desperate to find out what’s happened to her son, Kelly asks Marina: “I don’t understand, is he going to be okay, or not?
Jodie Comer: She had a main role in BBC drama Doctor Foster (Image: BBC)
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