Charlotte Rampling cast in ‘Broadchurch’

by | May 13, 2014 | All, TV News

Following yesterday’s news that the majority of the principal cast of Broadchurch for its highly anticipated second series ITV have announced that film and television actress Charlotte Rampling is to take a lead role in the upcoming return.

The phenomenally successful and multi award winning series, which captivated viewers when screened on ITV in 2013, begins filming in the UK in the coming weeks.

Charlotte Rampling will play a pivotal role in the new series.  The details of her character and how she impacts on the drama and small community are being kept under wraps by ITV and the production companies, Kudos and Imaginary Friends.  Broadchurch creator and executive producer Chris Chibnall is delighted Charlotte Rampling has taken the role.

 “Charlotte Rampling! We’ve been keeping this secret for months, it’s been agony!” said Chris. “We have another big story to tell this year, and that meant finding exceptional actors for new roles. There’s none more exceptional than Charlotte: to be writing for her is a dream come true. As you can imagine, Charlotte’s character is an integral part of our new story — but that’s where we’re drawing a veil, for now…”



The news follows the confirmation that David Tennant and Olivia Colman will be reunited for the second series  as well as the first trailer of the US remake Gracepoint appearing online.

Custard TV Staff

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13/05/2014

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