Jodie Comer wraps up warm in a beige parka coat and black trousers as she takes on the role of a carer in the poignant new drama Help
She has earned multiple awards for her performance as the ruthless assassin, Villanelle, in Killing Eve.
And Jodie Comer returned to work on Monday for the new Channel 4 drama, Help, as she plays a care home employee whose life is dramatically changed by the coronavirus pandemic.
The actress, 27, bundled up in a beige parka coat and black trousers as she hopped out of a Range Rover to take a quick break from her thespian duties and grab some lunch.
Work attire: Jodie Comer bundled up in a beige parka coat and black trousers on Monday as she took a quick break from the Channel 4 drama, Help, where she plays a care home worker
Her comfortable footwear comprised of black trainers, and she tucked her blonde tresses back in a practical low bun.
She wore minimal make-up as she exited her vehicle on set.
Jodie, who plays Sarah, stars alongside fellow Liverpool native Stephen Graham in the new series who plays her 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.
Costume: The actress, 27, wore black trainers and she tucked her blonde tresses back in a practical low bun as she hopped out of a Range Rover before grabbing some lunch
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.