Sheridan Smith has been left heartbroken over drama. The English actress and dancer came to much her fame when she starred in the comedy shows Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps, Love Soup, Gavin & Stacey, Grownups and Benidorm. Well during the time of filming for her new ITV drama ‘Black Work’.
Sheridan Smith felt heartbroken after filming dramatic scenes for new ITV drama ‘Black Work’, the thirty-three-year-old was feeling emotionally distraught from her acting in the series, she plays,
mother and police widow Jo Gillespie, whose husband is shot dead in mysterious circumstances leaving her to break the news to their two children.
“You get so involved in it all. The scene where she has to tell them their father is dead broke my heart and I couldn’t imagine what it would be like for a real family.”
Smith and her on-screen children got really close, they are played by Honor Kneafsey and Oliver Woolford,
which only added to the emotion in their scenes together.
“I became so close with both of them and there are some emotional moments. I put myself in those scenes.
“We were in a beautiful cathedral. Holding Honor’s hand and having to walk behind the officers carrying the coffin was really powerful to film.”
The three-part drama will air later this month.