Archive for the ‘“Upstairs, Downstairs”’ Category


Sep 13,2012

‘Upstairs Downstairs’ Series 2 to Air in US

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The 2nd series of ‘Upstairs Downstairs‘ will finally air in the US on 6 consecutive Sundays, starting in October, on PBS Masterpiece:

October 7, 14, 21, 28 and November 4 & 11, 2012 at 9PM ET/CT



Apr 18,2012

It’s about time I played someone nice again

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from The Telegraph / by Jasper Rees

Claire Foy made her name in a series of superior TV dramas. She talks to Jasper Rees about her new role in ‘Love, Love, Love’ at the Royal Court.

It is and isn’t easy being a photogenic young actress. A certain type of two-dimensional role grows on trees. But finding the kind with extra depth can be more of a challenge. Claire Foy was brought face to face with the way the industry at its most nakedly commercial sees young women when she auditioned for a film in Los Angeles.

“The character was supposed to be ‘the most beautiful girl that Johnny Depp has ever seen’,” she says. “And as I wouldn’t be the most beautiful girl that Johnny Depp has ever seen, I was like, ‘I don’t really know what to do because I’m obviously not right for this part.’ But you go up for it anyway and you don’t get it. I think I’m more suited to playing someone with a chip on their shoulder, probably about not being the most beautiful girl in the world.”

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Apr 11,2012

‘Upstairs Downstairs’ Episode 2.06 Screencaptures

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A couple of weeks ago the second series of ‘Upstairs Downstairs‘ came to a dramatic end as all the different storylines came together. The whole cast gave their best, but in my opinion, it was especially Claire Foy as Lady Persie who had some really strong moments and proved what a great actress she is.

GALLERY LINKS:
Upstairs Downstairs, Series 2: Episode 06: Somewhere Over the Rainbow



Mar 24,2012

‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow’ Tomorrow at 9pm on BBC One

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Tune in tomorrow at 9pm when the sixth & final episode of the second series of ‘Upstairs Downstairs’ airs on BBC One in the UK.

On the eve of war, Beryl and Harry face a race against time to get married. Meanwhile, Mr Pritchard makes a decision which throws the running of the house into chaos, until an old face lends a helping hand. And as Lady Agnes returns to London, a dark discovery has explosive consequences for all inside Eaton Place and changes the landscape forever.



Mar 24,2012

‘Upstairs Downstairs’ Episode 2.05 Screencaptures

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Earlier this week I added screencaptures of last Sunday’s episode of ‘Upstairs Downstairs‘. I have to say, at this point I can’t take anything Sir Hallam says seriously anymore. If he really believes what he’s saying he’s deceiving himself. And kudos to the twist in Lady Persie’s storyline – definitely keeps things interesting though it doesn’t make her more redeeming.

GALLERY LINKS:
Upstairs Downstairs, Series 2: Episode 04: All the Things You Are
Upstairs Downstairs, Series 2: Trailers

VIDEO LINK:
– Trailers & Clips: Upstairs Downstairs



Mar 17,2012

‘The Last Waltz’ Tomorrow at 9pm on BBC One

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As 165 Eaton Place prepares for the Annual Servants’ Ball, Mr Pritchard enjoys a romance with fellow servant Miss Whisset, and starts to wonder if there is more to life than service. With war looming, Harry has a proposition for Beryl; however, a shock revelation threatens to thwart their plans. Meanwhile, as Lady Persie and Sir Hallam continue their dangerous affair, Sir Hallam is about to discover just how destructive his actions have been.

GALLERY LINK:
Upstairs Downstairs, Series 2: Production Stills

VIDEO LINK:
– Trailers & Clips: Upstairs Downstairs



Mar 17,2012

‘Upstairs Downstairs’ Episode 2.04 Screencaptures

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In last Sunday’s episode of ‘Upstairs Downstairs‘ I was ready to throw things at Sir Hallam and Lady Persie. In my opinion, he was behaving like a spoilt teenager and she was playing games and testing her attraction out of jealousy and general low self-esteem.

GALLERY LINKS:
Upstairs Downstairs, Series 2: Episode 04: All the Things You Are
Upstairs Downstairs, Series 2: Trailers



Mar 07,2012

Co-Stars about Claire Foy

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Nico Mirallegro who plays footman Johnny Proude in ‘Upstairs Downstairs‘ was interviewed by The Lady:

LT: Setting aside your own natural bias, who’s your favourite character?

Nico: I think Claire Foy has a very intriguing character in Lady Persie. She’s so evil and vindictive. There’s just so much behind her, and she plays her very well, with so much ease.

David Gyasi who plays Victor in ‘White Heat‘ was interviewed by IndieLondon:

Q. And how was working with your fellow cast members such as Sam Claflin and Claire Foy?
David Gyasi:
… Claire Foy is amazing. She quietly goes about her business and she’s lovely. But I really enjoyed working with everyone on this. …



Mar 06,2012

Interview: Claire Foy, actress

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from Scotsman / by Chitra Ramaswamy

WE’RE not going to be able to avoid Claire Foy this month, which is a very good thing. The 27-year-old English actor, recently chosen by PJ Harvey as her rising star of 2012, is on our screens in two flagship BBC series. In one she is very nasty, and in the other she is very nice. Well, very normal anyway.

The first is Upstairs Downstairs, in which Foy has already appeared as Lady Persie, the bonkers, fascist, Nazi-sympathising bad egg of the “upstairs” lot. The second is Paula Milne’s new drama White Heat, an ambitious saga spanning four decades in Britain that promises to do for its young, hip cast what Our Friends In The North did for Daniel Craig, Christopher Eccleston, Mark Strong and Gina McKee. This time Foy plays Charlotte, a red-haired, hot-blooded, middle-class feminist who pitches up at a north London student house in the 1960s.

“She is relatively normal, which is unusual for me,” says Foy. “A lot of the characters I’ve played are a certain way, at a certain moment. Charlotte is just a middle class girl going through life. She has a similar background to me and is even from the same area of Buckinghamshire. It’s terrifying playing someone who is very close to you. You can’t really do anything to prepare. I didn’t know what I was doing. But I’m really proud of it. I think it’s amazing. And I loved playing her. She is this normal, contradictory girl with the most massive balls.”

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Mar 04,2012

‘Upstairs Downstairs’ Episode 2.03 Screencaptures

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In tonight’s episode of ‘Upstairs Downstairs‘ Claire Foy’s Lady Persie is back at 165 Eton Place but her time in Germany still affects her. She has a secret which she won’t tell Lady Agnes after their sisterly bonding. Sir Hallam however wins another prize as most helpful boy as he helps his sister-in-law after she’d taken things in her own hands. What did you think of this episode?

GALLERY LINKS:
Upstairs Downstairs, Series 2: Episode 03: A Perfect Specimen of Womanhood
Upstairs Downstairs, Series 2: Trailers



Mar 04,2012

More ‘Upstairs Downstairs’ Series 2 Media

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Thanks to the wonderful Lorna I added scans from UK publications to promote ‘Upstairs Downstairs‘ as well as the scans of recently posted interviews with Claire Foy. Stay tuned for a massive ‘White Heat‘ Scan update soon!

Claire Foy (Lady Percy) says: “The eating scenes can be the most difficult because they’re filmed again and again as the food gets colder. And you can’t get drunk – the wine is usually elderflower or grape juice.”

• Source: The Sun Hot TV Buzz

GALLERY LINKS:
– Scans from 2012: Independent Magazine (UK) – February 18, 2012 Many thanks to Lorna
– Scans from 2012: Daily Express Saturday (UK) – February 18-24, 2012 Many thanks to Lorna
– Scans from 2012: The Sun Hot TV Buzz (UK) – February 18-24, 2012 Many thanks to Lorna
– Scans from 2012: Sunday Mirror (UK) – February 19, 2012 Many thanks to Lorna
– Scans from 2012: The Lady (UK) – February 24, 2012 Many thanks to Lorna
– Scans from 2012: The Stage (UK) – March 1, 2012 Many thanks to Lorna
– Scans from 2012: Daily Mail Weekend (UK) – March 3, 2012 Many thanks to Lorna



Mar 03,2012

White hot! Little Dorrit and Upstairs Downstairs star, Claire Foy, stars in new BBC drama. Is there no stopping her?

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from Daily Mail / by Nicole Lampert

Claire Foy leaps onto the bench opposite me, momentarily forgetting she’s wearing a teeny miniskirt. ‘Uggh,’ she exclaims passionately as she tugs at her skirt, doing her best to maintain some dignity. ‘There have been quite a few tricky moments with this outfit and I hate my legs. I can’t wait for the Seventies to start so I can get some trousers on.’

We are on set for Claire’s latest television show, White Heat. She plays a strident feminist called Charlotte in the drama, which follows seven flatmates from their rebellious Sixties student days up to the present. She’s also sporting red hair, which she likes more than the miniskirts. ‘I’ve always wanted to go red so it was great to have to do it for a job,’ she says. ‘But it’s only now that I’ve discovered my hair grows very quickly, so I have to get it dyed ginger every other week.’ Then she laughs so raucously she needs to tug at her skirt again.

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Mar 01,2012

Mad about the Foy

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from The Stage / by Matthew Hemley

With both Upstairs Downstairs and White Heat being screened on the BBC this month, Claire Foy talks to Matthew Hemley about feeling surprisingly comfortable in front of the camera

Claire Foy has been busy filming that much for television in recent months, she needs a reminder about which show it is I’m referring to when I mention I’ve seen the first two episodes of her latest drama.

“Is that White Heat?,” she asks.

Yes, I respond. Although, to be fair, it could easily have been Upstairs Downstairs, which also stars Foy and which is also being broadcast by the BBC this month. Indeed, since taking the title role in the BBC’s adaptation of Little Dorrit back in 2008, Foy has rarely been off our screens.

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Feb 26,2012

‘Upstairs Downstairs’ Episode 2.02 Screencaptures

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There was definitely more Lady Persie in the latest ‘Upstairs Downstairs‘ episode. Not enjoying Germany as much as before she spends most of her scenes on the phone before she returns to England. I added screencaptures of the episode as well as of the preview for next week.

GALLERY LINKS:
Upstairs Downstairs, Series 2: Episode 02: The Love that Pays the Price
Upstairs Downstairs, Series 2: Trailers



Feb 25,2012

‘The Love that Pays the Price’ Tomorrow at 9pm on BBC One

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Lady Agnes catches the eye of charismatic American millionaire Caspar Landry but, as she and Sir Hallam look to their future, a tragic turn of events leaves their promised dreams – and a close family member – in jeopardy. Downstairs, Mrs Thackeray makes a momentous decision, which throws the running of the house into chaos. Blanche and Mr Amanjit continue to clash, until a heart-breaking cause compels them to reconsider their differences.

Tune in tomorrow, Sunday, February 26, 2012 at 9pm when the second episode of the new ‘Upstairs Downstairs‘ airs on BBC One in the UK! I added some other clips from both series to the video archive.

VIDEO LINK:
– Trailers & Clips: Upstairs Downstairs



Feb 20,2012

‘Upstairs Downstairs’ Episode 2.01 Screencaptures

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What did you think of last night’s premiere of the second series of ‘Upstairs Downstairs‘? Claire Foy’s Lady Persie only made a quick but impressive appearance in the last few minutes of the episode.

GALLERY LINKS:
Upstairs Downstairs, Series 2: Episode 01: A Faraway Country About Which We Know Nothing
Upstairs Downstairs, Series 2: Trailers



Feb 18,2012

‘Upstairs Downstairs’ Pictures

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A Faraway Country About Which We Know Nothing
As 165 Eaton Place reopens its doors, two new arrivals make their mark. But whilst Sir Hallam’s forthright aunt Blanche disrupts life upstairs, feisty new maid Beryl struggles to adjust to life in service. Meanwhile, Lady Agnes’ concern for her children reveals a dark secret about Mr Pritchard. Sir Hallam’s preoccupation with burgeoning Nazi Germany leads him into dangerous waters, and a chance meeting with an unexpected face unlocks a hidden desire within.

Be sure to tune in tomorrow night at 9.30 pm on BBC One to see this episode!

GALLERY LINKS:
Upstairs Downstairs, Series 2: Production Stills
Upstairs Downstairs, Series 2: Promotion



Feb 17,2012

A class act: Claire Foy on criticism, tumours and embarrassing sex scenes

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Her luminous good looks made her the star of Little Dorrit and Upstairs Downstairs. As she prepares to light up our TV screens once again, Claire Foy talks to Gerard Gilbert.

Claire Foy is running late for her interview in the first-floor private dining room of a north London pub, finally phoning to say: “I’m downstairs”. “And I’m upstairs,” I reply, which is all very droll because Foy is of course one of the stars of Upstairs Downstairs, BBC1’s reconstituted version of the Seventies ITV classic about toffs and servants. Except that today the toffs are downstairs, or rather the cast of ‘scripted reality’ show Made in Chelsea are shooting an advert for the fashion chain River Island. “How exciting,” says Foy when she puts her head round the door. “It’s Made in Chelsea downstairs… I can’t believe it.”

What chance the cast of Made in Chelsea returning the compliment: “It’s Claire Foy upstairs… we can’t believe it”? Have they even heard of her? The difference is that while the solipsistic Sloanes are chasing fame for its own sake, celebrity is a by-product of Foy’s job. She is, however, the real class act in this building, a fact momentarily disguised by her munching a Danish pastry from a paper bag. “Breakfast,” she says between bites. “I’m lucky I have a fast metabolism… my whole family does… everyone’s got a lot of nervous energy so we burn it off.” Read the rest of this entry »



Feb 17,2012

‘Upstairs Downstairs’ Series 2 Media Coverage

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Promotion for the Sunday evening premiere of series 2 of ‘Upstairs Downstairs‘ on BBC1 is in full swing. Many thanks to our friend Lorna for sending in all the related scans from UK TV magazines. Mostly they use pictures of Keeley Hawes and Ed Stoppard but there are also a few new pictures of Claire Foy as Lady Persie along with background information. More high quality pictures of Lady Persie will be posted in our next update. And there’s also a scan for ‘White Heat‘ which starts airing in the first week of March on BBC2.

You can watch new interviews with Claire Foy on the BBC Website: About Upstairs Downstairs & White Heat. Sadly, we can’t watch them. Could anybody please send in the clips so we can add them to our video archive? Our email is team [@] claire-foy.org. Many thanks in advance!

GALLERY LINKS:
– Magazine Scans: Scans from 2012 Many thanks to Lorna



Feb 14,2012

Quotes from ‘Upstairs Downstairs’ Press Launch

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From Life of Wylie:

I attended the London press launch for the new series last month.

Where we were shown the first episode, which begins in September 1938 with Sir Hallam worried about events in Hitler’s Germany.

Writer and executive producer Heidi Thomas then took part in two Q&A sessions with fellow executive producer Faith Penhale, who is also Head of Drama at BBC Wales.

The first included the Upstairs cast and the second the Downstairs.

Q: We understand that Lady Persie is rather naughty in this series. How naughty does she become?

Claire Foy (Ladie Persie): “As naughty as it’s possible to get, I think.”
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Feb 10,2012

2nd Series of ‘Upstairs Downstairs’ Coming Next Week

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As announced, ‘Upstairs Downstairs‘ is returning with a 2nd series containing of 6 episodes next Sunday, February 19, 2012 at 9.30 pm on BBC One. Claire Foy reprises her role as Lady Agnes’s younger sister, Lady Persie Towyn.

No drama about an upper-crust family would be complete without a wayward beauty whose behaviour threatens to bring shame on the ancestral name. And in Upstairs Downstairs, Lady Persephone Towyn is no exception.

She is a fascist and has an affair with the family chauffeur, Harry Spargo (shades of Downton Abbey’s Lady Sybil, who also ran off with the Granthams’ driver). In the new series Persie has several dalliances, which raise eyebrows.

Claire says, ‘Persie is precocious and selfish and does some terrible things this time round, so I think a lot of viewers are going to be shocked. I’ll get tomatoes thrown at me in the street.

‘Personally, I think she’s brilliant, and I love playing her, but she has no inhibitions and is big trouble.’

Is Persie jealous of her elder sister? ‘Yes, but not in a destructive way. She secretly envies Agnes, who’s perfect, accomplished and has a family, though she knows she can never be like her.

‘But Agnes doesn’t try to understand Persie and is constantly disappointed by her. She wants them to get on but Persie keeps ruining it. Sometimes Persie feels completely hemmed in by her sister and tries to retaliate.

‘If anything, their relationship gets more and more complex as the series goes on. Persie desperately wants someone to look after her and love her, but doesn’t how to go about it.’

Source: DailyMail.co.uk

GALLERY LINK:
Upstairs Downstairs, Season 2: Promotion



Dec 29,2011

From Dickens to phone hacking: Actress Claire Foy talks heroes and villains

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She lit up the screen as Little Dorrit – now Foy is taking on the role of a tabloid editor.

by Alice Jones

For a British actress, tying the ribbons on a period drama bonnet for the first time is an important rite of passage. For Claire Foy, though, the occasion was particularly memorable. In 2008, aged just 24, she landed the lead role in Andrew Davies’ 14-part adaptation of Little Dorrit, having previously appeared only in the pilot of Being Human and in a single episode of Doctors. All of a sudden, she was being directed by her teen idol. “I’ve seen Pride and Prejudice about 4,000 times. I’m not joking: I know every single line. I used to go round to my Aunty Cath’s house and we’d all sit under the duvet and spend all day watching the whole thing. I was obsessed,” she says. “So when I first saw my bonnet, I was like, ‘Are you kidding me?'” Read the rest of this entry »



Aug 21,2011

Eileen Atkins quits “Upstairs Downstairs”

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Dame Eileen Atkins has said she will not appear in the next series of period drama Upstairs Downstairs, a show which she helped create.

The veteran actress conceived the idea for the original show – which ran from 1971-1975 – along with its star Jean Marsh, but did not appear until the series’ 2010 revival in which she played Lady Holland.

However according to the BBC News website Dame Eileen has opted out of the next series amid reports she is “unhappy” with the direction the scripts are taking.

“It’s with much sadness that we say goodbye to her wonderful character, the straight speaking mother-in-law Lady Holland,” a BBC statement said.

“However we respect her decision and will be announcing new star casting soon.”

The next six episodes of the show – which follows life above and below stairs in the home of a wealthy diplomat’s family – are due to begin filming in October, and will be broadcast in 2012, following the show’s successful revival last Christmas.

Co-creator Jean Marsh is the only cast member to have appeared in both the original and the 2010 version, which also featured Ed Stoppard, Claire Foy and Keeley Hawes.

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May 20,2011

Claire Foy up for best actress in TV Choice Awards 2011

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The TV Choice Awards 2011 has nominated The Promise and Upstairs Downstairs for Best New Drama and Claire Foy has been nominated for Best Actress in The Promise. Vote and spread the word!

http://www.tvchoicemagazine.co.uk/awards/2011/vote



Apr 23,2011

New ‘Upstairs Downstairs’ Stills & Promotional Photos

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I’ve also been adding lots of foreign posters for Season of the Witch and high quality photos of our most recent events. Take a look at our last uploads. 😉

GALLERY LINKS:
Upstairs Downstairs: Production Stills
Upstairs Downstairs: Promotion



Mar 12,2011

Another Gallery Update

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GALLERY LINKS:
– Photoshoots: You (2010)
– Scans: Daily Mail (UK) – February 25, 2011, thanks to Lorna
– Scans: Radio Times (UK) – September 18-24, 2010, thanks to Lorna



Mar 03,2011

Vote for Claire – Glamour Awards 2011

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This year’s GLAMOUR Women of the Year Awards will be held June 7, in collaboration with jewellery label PANDORA to celebrate the most talented women in film, music, fashion, TV, theatre, business, literature and sport. Voting in each category to decide the winners is open now. Claire Foy is up for UK TV Actress in honour of her performances in both ‘Upstairs, Downstairs‘ and ‘The Promise‘. Don’t hesitate to vote for Claire by visiting the Glamour Magazine UK website NOW!



Feb 23,2011

‘Upstairs Downstairs’ Behind Closed Doors

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GALLERY LINK:
Upstairs Downstairs: DVD Featurette > Behind Closed Doors



Feb 11,2011

‘Upstairs Downstairs’ recommissioned for BBC One

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Danny Cohen, Controller of BBC One, confirmed today that Upstairs Downstairs has been recommissioned and will return with a 6 x 60-minute series in 2012.

Danny Cohen says: “The return of Upstairs Downstairs was fantastically well-received but what drove us to recommission was the wonderfully imaginative and distinctive plans the team have to take the drama forward.”

The hugely anticipated revival of the legendary Upstairs Downstairs starring Dame Eileen Atkins and Jean Marsh was a smash hit with audiences old and new on BBC One this Christmas, attracting an average of 8.4 million viewers across the three episodes. Read the rest of this entry »



Feb 06,2011

Interview: Claire Foy

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If you’re not yet familiar with Claire Foy, you soon will be. Having starred in dramas Little Dorrit and Upstairs Downstairs and been earmarked for stardom by trend bible Vogue, she’s currently starring in a Hollywood blockbuster with Nicolas Cage, Season of the Witch. But it’s her latest role, in Peter Kosminsky’s new drama The Promise, that has made the biggest impact on Foy.

She plays Erin, an 18-year-old visiting Israel for the first time. She’s following in the footsteps of her grandfather Len, a soldier in the British army in Palestine during the Mandate period who kept a diary of his turbulent time there.

It’s a powerful tale of love, war and betrayal, telling the stories of both Erin and Len – two young people caught up in the same struggle more than 60 years apart.

Here, Foy reveals her passion for the project, and explains why she’d like to burn every costume she’s ever worn.

What was it that drew you to The Promise?
I remember the very first audition very clearly. I got sent 25 scenes, and was asked to prepare all of them, which is what Peter does, God love him. It was so much work.
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Jan 30,2011

Claire Foy: ‘I’ve surprised myself by not behaving like a massive knob’

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I want to be an actress not a celebrity I don’t want to get involved with that whole circuit, it’s not me. I’ve been to a couple of red-carpet events; everyone’s taking your photo, and you know one person there. It feels strange, like arriving at a party with no friends in sight. Why would you do that?

I embarrass myself on a daily basis Particularly after I’ve had a glass of wine. All of a sudden I think that what I have to say is really important, so I end up telling people how to run their lives. I’m lucky that my friends know me well enough to say, “Claire, shut up.”

I feel very lucky I’ve worked in supermarkets, put tags in baseball caps and provided security during Wimbledon, but I never thought acting would be something I’d be any good at, or make a living from. Read the rest of this entry »



Jan 10,2011

‘Upstairs Downstairs’ in the Evening Standard Magazine

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GALLERY LINK:
– Scans from 2010: ES Magazine (UK) – December 17, 2010, big thanks to Lorna



Dec 30,2010

‘Upstairs Downstairs’ Episode 3 Screencaptures

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Sorry for the delay but screencaptures of Claire Foy as Lady Persephone Towyn are up in the gallery now! I was quite surprised to see Lady Persie follow through in earnest on her beliefs in this final part (it seems). While I was disappointed in this it was a pleasure to see Claire Foy act in ‘Upstairs Downstairs‘ – there wasn’t a single false note and despite everything she played her character with just the right balance of pride, charm and vulnerability. This is why I hope to see her back at Eaton Place 165 when and if more episodes will be commissioned.

GALLERY LINK:
Upstairs Downstairs: Episode 03: The Cuckoo



Dec 28,2010

‘Upstairs Downstairs’ Episode 2 Screencaptures

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Last night’s episode picked up the pace and everybody seems to get into trouble one way or the other. Lady Persie showcased more of her flirtatious nature and I have to agree that her naïvité is probably not helping her. Be sure to tune in tonight – again on BBC one at 9pm – for the third and last instalment of ‘Upstairs Downstairs‘ this year.

GALLERY LINK:
Upstairs Downstairs: Episode 02: The Ladybird



Dec 27,2010

‘Upstairs Downstairs’ Episode 1 Screencaptures

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Did you enjoy last night’s first episode of ‘Upstairs Downstairs‘? I think it was a splendid introduction and can’t wait for tonight to see what happens. Claire Foy as Lady Persie arrived only half-way through the episode but then added feisty sparks whenever she was on the scene. Be sure to watch tonight on BBC One at 9pm to see what more her characters gets up to now that she’s in London.

GALLERY LINK:
Upstairs Downstairs: Episode 01: The Fledgling





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