Magazine article Screen International

Molly Windsor, Stars of Tomorrow 2016

Magazine article Screen International

Molly Windsor, Stars of Tomorrow 2016

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Starring opposite Robert Carlyle, she played abused child Lucy and it was an experience that had a huge impact on her future.

"I didn't want to ever stop acting," Winsdor says. "I didn't understand how huge these people were which, in a way, was good, because I was just making human connections with different people and I appreciated it more because it became so personal to me."

Born in Nottingham and still based there, the 19-year-old has trained with the city's Television Workshop and Actors Studio, still attending the latter as "working with other actors is what really inspires me, and the Actors Studio is what is helping me develop".

After The Unloved, roles in Oranges And Sunshine and When The Lights Went Out followed, before a break until this year's BBC drama Three Girls in which she stars opposite Maxine Peake and Lesley Sharp. …

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