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Jenna Coleman
British actress known for the role of Jasmine Thomas in the British soap opera “Emmerdeyl” and the role of Clara Oswald in the British science fiction television series “Doctor Who”.
Coleman first role, which brought her fame in the UK, was the role of Jasmine Thomas in the soap opera “Emmerdeyl” which she performed from 2005 to 2009. For this role she was nominated for the British Soap Awards in the category “Best Debut” and on National TV Award in the “most popular newcomer” category in 2007. In 2009 British Soap Awards included it in the category “Best Actress,” “Sexiest Actress” and “Best Game in a Drama Series” [5], and TV Choice Awards – in the nomination “Best Actress”.
In 2009, the actress joined the BBC TV series «Street Waterloo”, in the 23 years playing schoolgirl Lindsay James. In 2010, the BBC included Coleman in the cast teleadaptatsii John Braine’s novel Room at the Top, where she played the role of Susan Brown, but the series was not originally released on the air due to legal disputes.
In 2011, Coleman made his debut on the big screen. She appeared in the role of Connie in the movie “The First Avenger”. In the same year she played Annie Desmond in chetyrёhseriynom drama “Titanic” and voiced a character in the English localization Neem video game Xenoblade Chronicles.
At a press conference March 21, 2012 the executive producer of the British science fiction television series “Doctor Who” Steven Moffat announced that Jenna-Louise Coleman received a new permanent role of the Eleventh Doctor’s companion. It replaces Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill, who left the series in the fifth series of the seventh season and went on to the role of companion in the Christmas issue of 2012, but its first appearance took place in the first episode of the seventh season of “Isolator far.”
Currently, Coleman is removed in the ninth season of Doctor Who with Peter Capaldi, the shooting of which began from January 5, 2015.

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