Jessica has had a great year from excellent castings to starring with greats such as David Walliams and Damian Lewis.
It was in January that Call The Midwife Series 3 began and before episode one aired, Jess was invited to talk about the series on the Steve Wright Show on Radio 2 She was also invited to speak about the show on Radio 4’s Loose Ends.
Jessica received her Radio Times cover at the Radio Times Covers Party in late January. She was also reunited with her Call The Midwife Co-Star Leo Staar who played Alec at the event.
Finally, it was announced that Jessica had been cast as Jules Sutter in Sky Atlantic’s 12 part drama Fortitude starting on 29th January 2015.
Photo 1: Call The Midwife Series 3 began transmission on BBC 1.
Photo 2: Jessica Raine outside Radio 2 before the Steve Wright Show.
Photo 3: Jessica receives her cover at the Radio Times Covers Party.
Photo 4: Jessica was reunited with her Call The Midwife Co-Star Leo Staar.
Photo 5: Jessica cast as Jules Sutter in Sky Atlantic’s Fortitude
In February Jessica Raine gave one of her most heart stopping performances of the year as DC Georgia Trotman in the first episode of the second series of BBC 2’s Line Of Duty.
We were on the edge of our seats during the one hour episode which aired in mid February.
We were kept guessing right up until the end What will happen to Georgia? Will the writer develop Jess’s character?
However, we were left shocked as Jessica’s character was killed off at the very end of the episode.
Jessica played Georgia to perfection and although it was only one episode, it will be one of her most unforgettable performances.
Photo 1: Jessica Raine as DC Georgia Trotman.
Photo 2: Another photo of Jess as Georgia Trotman
Today we look back at March 2014.
It was one of the saddest months of the year.
Just before the final episode of the third series of Call The Midwife, Jessica Raine announced that she was hanging up her red cardigan and leaving Call The Midwife to pursue other projects.
Series 3 Episode 8 was one of the saddest episodes of Call The Midwife as Jenny decided to leave to start a new life.
It was the end of an era for Call The Midwife and a brand new beginning for Jess.
Later, Jessica Raine confirmed that she would still watch Call The Midwife and support her Friends.
Photo 1: Jessica Raine prepares for her final delivery in Call The Midwife
Photo 2: Jessica Raine says farewell to Call The Midwife and Jenny Lee
In May Jessica Raine was cast as Jane Rochford in BBC 2’s Wolf Hall beginning January 2015.
Photo: Jessica Raine as Jane Rochford
In July and August Jess completed filming for Fortitude and Wolf Hall. Both start this month.
In September Jess was cast in the role as Tuppence in Agatha Christie’s Partners In Crime.
Photo: Jessica Raine as Tuppence with her Co-Star David Walliams as Tommy in Partners In Crime.
In December Jessica completed filming for Partners In Crime.
Photo: Jessica Raine as Tuppence in Partners In Crime