Lambs Of God actress Jessica Barden is still stunned by her overnight success

She first came into the public eye in the cult Netflix drama End Of The F***ing World and is now starring in the much hyped Lambs of God.

‘I’m filming in Hollywood right now and I feel that it’s so random that this happened to me.’

‘I’m really grateful for the opportunities I get. But I do spend a lot of time thinking about how lucky I am so I don’t become complacent about it.’

Jessica Barden is a star in the much-hyped Lambs of God, an Australian television drama series on Foxtel’s Showcase.

Lambs of God is gothic thriller about three nuns living in an isolated convent by the coast whose lives are changed by a unwanted visitor.

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Netflix series End of the F***ing World has been filming in Swansea

End of the F***ing World

The Netflix Channel 4 adventure drama The End of the F***ing World is being filmed in Swansea.Filming on the second series of the show centred on the Rowberry Fashion store in Port Tennant on Tuesday with security and crews all on site from 7am until 5pm.Show star Jessica Barden, 26, who takes on the lead character of Alyssa, happily greeted onlookers as shooting took place.June Jones, who owns Rowberry, said she had to shut off the bridal section for the day for the filming.She said: “All the people going past were asking if they could be extras.

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‘The End Of The F***ing World’ Season 2 Now In Production; Release Date, Plot Revealed

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It looks like the public and fans of The End of the F***ing World will not have to wait too long to find out what really happens to James (Alex Lawther) as it has recently been revealed that filming for Season 2 is now underway.The exciting news came to light when Netflix’s See What’s Next Twitter account posted a photo of the 2×01 script along with a confirmation message that production has officially begun on The End of the F***ing World Season 2.While an exact release date has not been confirmed yet, the public and fans should expect The End of the F***ing World Season 2 to premiere in late October or early November based on the previous season’s air date. [ . . . ]

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The Scotsman Interview with Jessica Barden

The Yorkshire actor plays a dysfunctional teen in her new dark comedy. She tells Janet Christie why it’s her best role yet

The Yorkshire actor plays a dysfunctional teen in her new dark comedy. She tells Janet Christie why it’s her best role yet Yeah, you said the name!,” says Jessica Barden, laughing, when I ask the Yorkshire-born actor about her new series The End of the F***ing World out on Netflix and Channel 4 this week. It wasn’t intentional, but asterisk, asterisk, asterisk is kind of hard to say, so I’ve just cut to the chase. “So many people don’t say the name,” she says, “and because Netflix is American they have different rules on swearing and some people are really funny about saying it. I do wonder how they will announce it on Channel 4 when it comes on,” she says [ . . . ]
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The End of the F***king World’s Alyssa May Be the Best Teen Heroine of 2018

Breakout star Jessica Barden digs into her surprising Netflix series, why she’s thrilled Alyssa stole that underwear, and what she hopes to see if there’s a second season.

Six years ago, Jessica Barden sauntered into a dance studio to audition for The End of the F***king World, a short film adapted from Charles Forsman’s graphic novel about two high-school oddballs who steal a car and get the hell out of their humdrum hometown. Barden was after the female lead, Alyssa, all outward confidence and bravado concealing a cache of confusion and vulnerability.

“I shaved my hair off the year before for another job, and I was in the process of growing it out. I had what I now lovingly refer to as a mullet,” Barden, now 25, tells Vanity Fair matter-of-factly by phone. Upon entering the room, she spotted a pole and broke out into impromptu dance in front of her potential employers. (“What else was I supposed to do? It felt very natural.“) She also shared an idea she’d been mulling for a movie, about a girl who grows up in a brothel and becomes a country music star. Of all the actresses director Jonathan Entwistle and producer Dominic Buchanan saw that day, Barden was the only to dance and discuss a feel-good movie involving prostitution during her audition.

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