SHE plays a manipulative, evil student in ITV hit Cheat — and real life pictures shows she can be just a saucy as her character. The actress, 21, w
SHE plays a manipulative, evil student in ITV hit Cheat — and real life pictures shows she can be just a saucy as her character.
The actress, 21, who plays Rose posed in a burlesque outfit for a girls’ night out with pictures posted on social media.
Her character featured in a sex scene on the drama in which she sleeps with a married lecturer.
Rose also sent sexts to Katherine Kelly’s onscreen husband Adam played by Tom Goodman-Hill.
Molly’s Instagram and Twitter shows she isn’t shy about her love of music including her rocker boyfriend Jake Graham’s band Fahran.
And there is always her pet Labrador Drummer to keep her company on walks.
The actress who plays Rose posed in a burlesque outfit for a girls’ night out with pictures posted on social media[/caption]
There is always her pet Labrador Drummer to keep her company on walks[/caption]
Molly’s Instagram and Twitter shows she isn’t shy about her love of music including her rocker boyfriend Jake Graham’s band Fahran[/caption]
She has posed loved up selfies with her boyfriend[/caption]
A family girl too, she posted pictures about her granddad and grandmother as well as a cosy snap with her niece.
Although she clearly plays hard she has also worked hard to get to where she is.
Recently she was part of cast of Lady From The Sea theatre production.
But she’s been used to the limelight for a while now having found fame as early as 2010 when she was part of The Unloved cast who won a Bafta in 2010 for Best Single Drama.
It did not immediately lead to bigger and better things, however, and she would have to balance scripts with her A-Level studies and a part-time job as a waitress.
Her frustration is clear to see in an old tweet from 2013 when she said: “Wish I was at the Baftas instead of doing biology revision.”
In another a year later, she said: “So much college work to do, can’t I just read some scripts in bed? …yes? Oh…nice one.”
The Nottingham girl clearly worked hard to earn her a spot on a prime time ITV drama with Coronation Street star Katherine.
And she would eventually get real recognition in harrowing drama Three Girls — about the Rochdale sex abuse scandal.
She won Best Actress at last year’s Bafta TV awards beating the likes of The Crown’s Claire Foy, Line Of Duty’s Thandie Newton and Little Boy Blue’s Sinead Keenan.
The part made her a household name but also provoked an out of character response and Molly made strong remarks about the case.
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At the time, she said: “I was shocked at the attitude the police and social services had towards children who were victims of sexual abuse. It takes an incredible amount of bravery to go to the police and at a huge risk when the abusers are making such horrific threats – but to then have to battle to be believed and to be ignored.
“The court scenes are taken from transcripts, and I was horrified at the way in which the victims are used tactically as vehicles as well has having to endure the insensitivity and ignorance of those that ought to know better.
“There was such a lack of respect for these people and to put Amber on the list of offenders absolutely disgusted me.”