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No surprise, then, to find that her latest role is in the ITV remake of A Bouquet of Barbed Wire.
Anyone who remembers the 70s original will recall the hoo-ha that accompanied it. – that Mary Whitehouse must have run out of Basildon Bond.
I can't remember the exact event; I do remember his party trick was being able to undo girls' bras quickly.
We're in the same extended friendship group and used to all go out once a week. One time, there was this huge hip-hop circle on the dance-floor with all these big, muscly guys, and Ralf just got in with them, looking as if he was going to do some pretty good moves. We used to live quite close to each other, so he'd always give me a lift home.
While working on The Famous Five, she passed eight GCSEs with A* and A grades.
From there she went to MPW sixth form college where she got three A-grade A levels. I remember writing "I want to act" on my bed in lipstick. After several small roles in British TV series, Jemima took the role of Nicki in the popular Channel 4 teenage series As If, which successfully ran for three years.
I think I told my mum I wanted to be an actress and she said I needed an agent to do that. Her next appearance was in the supernatural drama Hex where she played a lovable lesbian ghost named Thelma.
I must have said: "Well, I'm going to get one"—and I think that's why. She said: "Please don't be an actress, be a doctor or lawyer." But I was very tunnel-visioned about it all. Hex aired on Sky One and ran for two series between 20.
When I was 13, the part of George in The Famous Five TV series was my first proper job.
She also played a lead role in Her Naked Skin, a new play at the National Theatre.
In December 2010, Rooper was cast in the musical Me and My Girl at Sheffield's Crucible Theatre, alongside Miriam Margolyes.
She turns up in a Topshop nightie – yes, a nightie – thrown over New Look skinny jeans and a battered pair of blokeish brown brogues. What binds her CV together is that in almost every job she takes, she goes for the unexpected.
Actors frequently talk about stretching themselves: Jemima Rooper is theatrical Blu-Tack.
From teenage man-eater to lesbian prison inmate, actress Jemima Rooper has had her share of risqué roles.