From Peep Show to Hollywood royalty: Why we have a tendency to love Olivia Colman


Olivia Colman as Sophie Chapman in Peep Show. Pic: Angus Young, courtesy of Objective Media Group

The British star of The favourite is that the toast of Hollywood thanks to her stand-out role as Queen Anne - and not before time.

Robert Webb and David Mitchell knew it. As Webb affectionately place it on Twitter following her Golden Globe win: "Colman. She's so bloody *nice*… She's a consummate professional with ostensibly unlimited talent. WHAT a shocking a*******."

Meryl streep, once working with Olivia Colman on the Margaret Thatcher in 2011, quickly cottoned on. In her acceptance speech for her BAFTA the following year, the Hollywood heavyweight made certain to thank her "divinely gifted" British co-star.

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All those fans World Health Organization have white-haired her from the start - cheering from sofas across the united kingdom as Sophie from Peep Show, World Health Organization we tend to last saw drunk and buried during a children's ball pit, now scoops up a number of the film industry's biggest awards - those fans, they all knew it, too.

Now, thanks to her gloriously comic portrayal of the dowdy, cantankerous Queen Anne in dark amount drama The favourite, her co-star Rachel Weisz is describing her as a "goddess" and it seems the entire world is waking up to the brilliance of Olivia Colman.
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