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Post  LinzeyCocker on Fri 23 Sep 2011, 12:06 pm

Hi there, I'll try to answer a few questions if you have any for me.
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Post  SaintMike on Fri 23 Sep 2011, 12:47 pm

Hi and thanks Linzey!!



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Linzey Louise Cocker (born 19 May 1987 in Manchester) is a British actress best known for playing the roles of Jade Webb in the BBC Three comedy-drama series Drop Dead Gorgeous, Josie in the 2008 film Wild Child, Gwen in the 2010 film 4.3.2.1 ... The Countdown Begins and Jess Fisher in Waterloo Road.



Cocker made her television debut playing Miriam the daughter of Joe Payne (Ian Puleston-Davies) in all six episodes of the BBC crime drama Conviction in 2004. She then continued on to play the role of Roxy in the children's TV series Barking. In Drop Dead Gorgeous, Cocker's character is the fraternal twin of Ashley Webb, played by actress and model Sinead Moynihan. Jade, being the popular and charismatic sister, finds it difficult to adjust to her shy sister's rapid success as a model.


AS JADE (LEFT) IN DROP DEAD GORGEOUS

2006 was a busy year for Cocker. She also made guest appearances in Channel 4's Shameless playing Lip's minor love interest Zadie in series three and the BBC's The Innocence Project as Rhiannan. She also made her first appearance in two recurring television roles. Cocker took over the part of Brooke Armstrong the daughter of Colin (Robson Green) and Jackie (Nicola Stephenson) in the ITV series Northern Lights. In The Street she appeared as Leanne McEvoy daughter of the show's one constant couple, Eddie (Timothy Spall) and Margie (Ger Ryan). Northern Lights had started out as Christmas Lights in 2004 with Nicola Headley in the role of Brooke Armstrong and would go on to become City Lights in 2007 and Clash of the Santas in 2008 both with Cocker as Brooke.

She also appeared in the hit film Wild Child along with actress Emma Roberts.


IN WILD CHILD


In 2008 Cocker appeared as Tanya, alongside Michael Caine, David Morrissey and Anne-Marie Duff, in Is Anybody There?, and played Jodie in the Liverpool-set micro-budget horror Salvage. Linzey has recently completed the low-budget short "Night Swimming", directed by Dominic Leclerc, and recently was cast in the role of Gwen in Noel Clarkes latest film 4.3.2.1 ... The Countdown Begins, set to be released in March 2010.


IS ANYBODY THERE? (ON RIGHT)


JESS FISHER IN WATERLOO ROAD

Cocker also stars in BBC drama series, Waterloo Road, playing new pupil Jess Fisher, alongside former Silent Witness actress Amanda Burton who plays her on screen mother and new Head Teacher, Karen Fisher.





Cocker is engaged to Oliver Lee. The couple welcomed their first child, Bow Anokee Lee, a baby girl on 17 January 2011.


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Post  SaintMike on Fri 23 Sep 2011, 12:49 pm

Waterloo Road is not the same without you. Is there any chance you may return?

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Post  SaintMike on Fri 23 Sep 2011, 12:51 pm

If you had the choice, which TV series or soap would you like to be in?

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Post  SaintMike on Fri 23 Sep 2011, 12:53 pm

There are so many characters in Waterloo Road, are any of the cast considered to be the stars of the programme or are they all equals? Do they all work peacefully together or are there rows and fights between the cast?

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Post  North End Mam on Fri 23 Sep 2011, 12:56 pm

Are you superstitious? Are there things you do or wear for good luck?
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Post  North End Mam on Fri 23 Sep 2011, 12:57 pm

Have you ever been asked to go on Strictly Come Dancing or a programme like that? Would you like to do something like that? What are your views on that sort of programme?
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Post  North End Mam on Fri 23 Sep 2011, 12:58 pm

Have things ever gone wrong? Please tell us about some embarrassing moments.....
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Post  North End Mam on Fri 23 Sep 2011, 1:09 pm

What product would you like to advertise?
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Post  LinzeyCocker on Fri 23 Sep 2011, 1:16 pm

SaintMike wrote:Waterloo Road is not the same without you. Is there any chance you may return?


I had fun whilst filming waterloo road, but my time there is done, I'm looking forward to exciting new projects.
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Post  LinzeyCocker on Fri 23 Sep 2011, 1:17 pm

SaintMike wrote:If you had the choice, which TV series or soap would you like to be in?


There aren't any I can think of.. I'm not into soaps. I would prefer something brand new, that excites me.
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Post  LinzeyCocker on Fri 23 Sep 2011, 1:20 pm

SaintMike wrote:There are so many characters in Waterloo Road, are any of the cast considered to be the stars of the programme or are they all equals? Do they all work peacefully together or are there rows and fights between the cast?


No they have their stars.. I guess it still works that way, I'm not there so dont know 4 sure.

Rows between cast? No, of course not, every 1 gets on great, the actors are all professional and talented.
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Post  LinzeyCocker on Fri 23 Sep 2011, 1:21 pm

North End Mam wrote:Are you superstitious? Are there things you do or wear for good luck?


erm.. I salute magpies and knock on wood, but don't really know why
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Post  LinzeyCocker on Fri 23 Sep 2011, 1:25 pm

North End Mam wrote:Have you ever been asked to go on Strictly Come Dancing or a programme like that? Would you like to do something like that? What are your views on that sort of programme?


Ive been asked 2 do sum stuff outside of my field of work.. So far Ive done none,. 'Celebrity' repels me, not for me.
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Post  LinzeyCocker on Fri 23 Sep 2011, 1:31 pm

North End Mam wrote:Have things ever gone wrong? Please tell us about some embarrassing moments.....


Um, nothing dramatic has ever really gone wrong whilst ive been at work, it happens though..corpsing....thats uncontrollable laughing and giggling is the worst.
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Post  LinzeyCocker on Fri 23 Sep 2011, 1:44 pm

North End Mam wrote:What product would you like to advertise?


Ive never given that a thought.. Um, I guess none. Ha that's a rubbish answer I know, but its all I have x
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