Call The Midwife actress Judy Parfitt looks very different in newly unearthed snapshots.
The popular TV star is best known for her role as sister Monica Joan on the BBC One show.
Judy has played in Call The Midwife since 2012 and quickly became a fan favorite.
Her character is now in his 90s and has a tough relationship with her family after deciding to become a nun.
Although Judy is best known for Call The Midwife, fans have spotted pictures from 2008 when she starred on the ITV series Midsomer Murders.
Looking at the snaps, it’s hard to spot the star outside of her role as sister Monica Joan.
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While her hair is often hidden on Call The Midwife, Judy showed off her glowing locks during her ITV appearance.
Judy has had a long and illustrious career over the years.
After bagging her first role in 1969, she received a 2003 Bafta nomination for The Girl With a Pearl Earring.
Call the midwife for Netflix?
Earlier this month (May) it was reported that Netflix was planning to poach the show from the BBC.
The drama was a huge hit around the world and remains as popular with fans as ever.
It has been claimed that Netflix is hoping to trick creator Heidi Thomas into jumping the ship.
They were believed to offer bigger budgets, more episodes, and a global audience.
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However, the BBC was quick to quell the rumors.
They told ED in a statement, “This is categorically wrong and Call the Midwife will remain a BBC commissioned series.
“It enjoys great success on PBS, Netflix and other networks around the world.
The spokesman added, “But it continues to be and will be loved by a large audience on BBC One.”
Series one to eight are already available on Netflix.
It remains a BBC show, however. Therefore, viewers can only watch new episodes on the Beeb platforms.
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