10 Facts About Suranne Jones

1. In an interview with Vogue, Suranne Jones stated her legal name was Sarah Anne Akers.

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2. In September 2015, Suranne Jones starred as the titular character in the BBC One thriller Doctor Foster, as a GP whose life begins to unravel when she suspects her husband of infidelity.

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3. In 2013 Suranne Jones starred as herself in Playhouse Presents: "Stage Door Johnnies", a comedy mockumentary about obsessive theatre fans airing on Sky Arts.

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4. In March 2012, Suranne Jones began filming The Secret of Crickley Hall, a BBC1 dramatisation of the 2006 best selling novel by James Herbert.

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5. In August 2011, it was announced that Suranne Jones would star alongside John Hannah in a spoof detective drama written by Charlie Brooker and Daniel Maier called A Touch of Cloth.

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6. In July 2011, Suranne Jones starred as Marlene, a career-woman living in Thatcher's Britain, in the Minerva Theatre's production of Top Girls by Caryl Churchill in Chichester.

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7. In May 2011, Suranne Jones played the central character of Idris in the Doctor Who episode "The Doctor's Wife".

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8. In March 2010 Suranne Jones starred in Five Days, a non-connected sequel to the 2007 series of the same name, as the female lead DC Laurie Franklin.

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9. In December, Suranne Jones starred in the Manchester Royal Exchange's production of Blithe Spirit, by Noel Coward, which ran until late January 2010.

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10. In May 2004, it was announced that Suranne Jones was to leave Coronation Street after four years of playing Karen.

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