Alexa Morden films for the second part of The Great Train Robbery for BBC1. The two single films The Robbers’ Tale and The Coppers’ Tale, tell the story of the planning, execution and aftermath of The Great Train Robbery in 1963, this year is the 50th anniversary of the event.
The drama is produced by World Productions and films in Leeds. It is written by the creator of ITV’s popular drama, Broadchurch.Overview
Alexa trained at The Manchester School of Theatre.
Television credits include Skins and Fresh Meat for Channel 4, The Incredible Adventures of Professor Branestawm and The Great Train Robbery for the BBC.
Film credits include the lead role in BAFTA Nominated short Standby, The Black Prince, Beautiful Devils and The Rise & The Fall of the Krays.About Sainou
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