The new BBC crime drama Traces is set to be a huge hit for Beeb, and actress Molly Windsor, who plays Emma, leads the jam-packed cast, but what else was she in?
However, it’s not the first time the UK-born actress has appeared on screen.
What did Molly Windsor in?
Molly first rose to fame as a teenager when she starred in Channel 4’s film The Unloved.
In 2010 she starred alongside Emily Watson in the Australian film Oranges and Sunshine.
She returned to the screens in 2017 when she appeared on the BBC series Three Girls. The harrowing series dramatized the events surrounding the Rochdale sexual abuse scandal.
“You can watch the news and read a statistic about care and you understand it on an intellectual level, but when Three Girls came out, it made people feel more emotional and it made them want to help change things,” Molly told the Time .
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“It is this gut feeling that has led me to continue and support Safe and Sound. Not every job will be like this, but it can be really powerful and showcase what TV drama can do. “
Her role was well received by critics and she was named Best Actress by the BAFTAs in 2018.
It came just a year after she was named one of BAFTA’s 20 Breakthrough Brits.
In 2019, she played college student Rose Vaughan in ITV’s acclaimed drama Cheat.
Last year she expressed her hopes of starring in a Marvel or DC superhero movie in the future.
How old is Molly Windsor?
Molly Windsor is 23 years old.
She was born on June 19, 1997 in Nottingham, England.
When she was 10, she attended the Nottingham Television Workshop and the Rama Young Actors, and the rest is history.
Who does Molly Windsor play in Traces on the BBC?
Molly plays the lab assistant Emma Hedges in the BBC crime drama.
She is returning to Scotland to take a new job, taking an online course. She quickly realizes that the fictional case study is strikingly similar to an incident in her past.
When she begins to uncover secrets, she quickly realizes that no one can be trusted.
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“She’s really smart and intelligent, you know that because she does such a great job,” Molly told iNews.
“But she also has a side of herself that is quite impulsive and spontaneous. She’s at that strange age when she finds out who she is. “
Traces begins January 4th at 9pm on BBC One. All episodes can be viewed in iPlayer.
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