Jodie Comer looks casual as she joins co-star Stephen Graham while filming scenes for new drama Help

Jodie Comer cuts a casual figure in a shabby anorak as she joins co-star Stephen Graham in a caravan while filming scenes for new drama Help

She’s recently been nominated for a Golden Globe for her role as wicked assassin Villanelle in Killing Eve

And Jodie Comer took on an all together different role as she filmed scenes for new Channel 4 drama Help in a caravan in Cheshire on Monday. 

The actress, 27, was joined by co-star and fellow Liverpool native Stephen Graham, 47, for the scenes, in which she plays a carer, while Stephen is her patient who suffers from early on-set Alzheimer’s disease.

New role: Jodie Comer took on an all together different role from evil Villanelle as she filmed scenes for new Channel 4 drama Help in a caravan in Cheshire on Monday

Jodie, who plays Sarah, cut a casual figure on set, dressing down in a shabby black anorak and green wellies, teaming this with a cream jumper and black leggings. 

Immersing herself in character, the star’s blonde tresses were worn loose and unkept, while she also went make-up free.

Meanwhile, Stephen, dressed in a burgundy cardigan, looked geared up for a day of filming in his role as Tony as he was seen chatting to members of the crew.

The filming in a caravan reflects the real-life situations of carers, with many moving into mobile homes rather than heading home in a bid to reduce the transmission of the Covid-19 virus to their patients.

Filming: The actress, 27, was joined by co-star Stephen Graham, 47, in which she plays a carer, while Stephen is her patient who suffers from early on-set Alzheimer's disease

Filming: The actress, 27, was joined by co-star Stephen Graham, 47, for the scenes, in which she plays a carer, while Stephen is her patient who suffers from early on-set Alzheimer’s disease

Help is set in Liverpool and centres on the relationship between the young care home worker and her patient as they deal with the effects of the pandemic. 

It will tell the story of Sarah’s relationship with Tony – a 47-year-old man with the degenerative condition – as the care home struggles to cope with the spread of the virus. 

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