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Viewers are currently hooked on brand new ITV thriller Viewpoint, which follows the mysterious disappearance of a young woman and the surveillance team trying to find out what happened to her.
Taking centre stage in the action is actress Alexandra Roach, who is stepping into the shoes of Zoe Sterling, the owner of the house the surveillance team are camping out in.
But who is the 33-year-old Welsh actress and what else have you seen her in?
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Alexandra is a familiar face on the small screen, having started out in the acting profession at a very young age.
She even landed a part in Welsh soap Pobol Y Cwm from the ages, playing troublemaker Elin Owen from the ages of 11 to 18.
Speaking about how the experience came about, Alexandra explained: “My next-door neighbour was going to a drama class. I was bored, so she invited me along.”
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She continued: “That Saturday, they were casting for Pobol y Cwm (which translates to People of the Valley) and I got the job.”
Immediately after Alexandra knew she’d been bitten by the bug and signed up to study drama first with the National Youth Theatre of Wales and later at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
And it was a decision that more than paid off as she’s gone on to carve out an extremely successful career in both TV and film.
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Highlights on her CV include portraying a young Margaret Thatcher in film The Iron Lady, being a long-running cast member on hit Channel 4 series No Offence and playing James Corden’s wife in the Paul Potts biopic One Chance in 2013.
Speaking at the time about her co-stars James, Alexandra said: “We had such a laugh doing this film and we really just got on.”
She added: “We improvised a lot, and it’s made the final cut, so it can’t be that bad I guess.”
Meanwhile, in her personal life, Alexandra got engaged to Jack Scales in 2015, a year after the pair met on Facebook. The couple tied the knot three years later.
Announcing their happy engagement news on her Twitter profile, Alexandra posted a loved up snap and wrote alongside it: “Life Goals: Find the best guy out there. Make him want to marry me.”
The couple are now expecting their first child together and announced the news back in March with Alexandra cradling her growing bump. The caption read: “Can’t wait to meet my new pal.”
Viewpoint continues tonight at 9pm on ITV
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