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That number represents calls received from Thursday afternoon, when the line was set up, Friday and Monday. The line was established as allegations of sexual assault and harassment rocked Hollywood, with the accusations against producer Harvey Weinstein, and Quebec's own star system, as alleged victims of media personality and producer Éric Salvail and Just For Laughs founder and president Gilbert Rozon came forward.Quebec actress Patricia Tulasne and television host Pénélope Mc Quade have also launched formal police complaints against Rozon this week, accusing him of sexual assault.It was only when studying for her music GCSE – ‘realising I was rubbish at it’ – that the thought of switching to drama occurred to her.
Montreal police say in just over two business days, its new sexual assault reporting hotline has received 253 calls.
It took me a while to say out loud, “I want to be an actress.” When I told my parents they were a bit shocked, but they supported me from the off.’She studied English literature at the University of East Anglia in Norwich.
‘I could have applied to drama school, but I knew I needed to do a bit of growing up and figuring out who I was first. I’ve re-read at London’s Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, for which she was nominated Outstanding Newcomer at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards.‘It was amazing to get that job just before leaving Lamda, and as a huge Jane Austen fan, to boot.
It was when I was standing next to Joanna Lumley at the awards ceremony that it occurred to me that this acting thing might really happen for me.’Since then, she has barely stopped; but until ‘At first it was a big transition to television,’ she recalls.
‘Most people would say stage is scarier, but for me screen was, until I got used to it – it requires such different skills; there are so many people on set and behind the camera, and you have to draw viewers in.
‘It has that warmth, of course, but I wouldn’t call it escapism.