Simply Sophia Myles are delighted to be able to share the news that everybody has been waiting for: Sophia has a new project!
Sophia is set to star in a short film by Jacob Proctor entitled A Sunny Morning. Sophia has been cast as Grace alongside Charlie Cox who will play her husband Adam. Filming is due to start next week.
Grace is on the brink of making a decision that could change the rest of her life after a heated argument with her husband Adam. She’s feeling trapped and alone, jealous of her successful friend and bitter about the choices she made. But is she really willing to give up the life she knows for the chance to recapture her dream?
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‘Spooks‘ is a show that has always been shrouded in mystery. Beth Bailey is not returning in the new series. At present we have no evidence as to why this is the case. We can only hope that one day it will be revealed.
Visit Ian Wylie’s blog to read the official press release for series 10 of ‘Spooks‘. It will focus on Harry Pearce’s past and his relationship with Ruth Evershed. A host of new characters are joining the cast – but there’s shocking news about our favourite character played by Sophia Myles: Beth Bailey has been decommissioned!
What are your thoughts? I was really looking forward to series 10 because I felt the character of Beth Bailey with her interesting background was never fully developed last year. And now the producers have given away all chance of ever doing so.
While ‘Spooks‘ fans are busy researching information about filming for series 10 which is rumoured to have commenced last Sunday – we have no solid information on this or Sophia’s schedule at the moment – the show’s 9th series that introduces the character of Beth Bailey played by Sophia Myles is coming to Australia. It begins at Saturday, April 2 at 8:30pm on ABC1 (source).
Do you live in Australia? Be sure to catch Sophia’s debut in ‘Spooks‘ on TV!
 Serie 9 will start airing in New Zealand on Tuesday, March 22 at 9:45pm on UKTV. Source: UKTV via Richard Armitage Net.