Louise Brealey

LISTEN: First Extracts From Neil Gaiman & Terry Pratchett’s ‘Good Omens’

A short while ago, there was news and clips from a new BBC Radio 4 adaptation of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s Good Omens, a tale of the final battle between heaven and hell, and the attempts of an angel and a demon to stop ...

First Listen: 'Good Omens' Radio Program

While Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett‘s Good Omens is a BBC radio drama, and RadioTimes has a first listen, they also offer a first look with members of the cast acting out snippets of their parts.

Snapshot: The Women of the Anglo Fan Favorites Tournament

We’re nearing the finish line of the men’s Anglo Fan Favorites Tournament, with the semifinals happening next week. Sam Heughan, Hugh Laurie, Richard Armitage, Colin Morgan, Martin Freeman, Benedict Cumberbatch, David ...

Louise Brealey on Kissing Benedict Cumberbatch: “I Milked It!”

There’s a hugely entertaining interview with Sherlock star Louise Brealey on the Radio Times website today, in which she discusses her role in the new movie, Sherlock slashfic, and the moment her character Molly got to lock lips ...

‘Sherlock’s Louise Brealey Joins ‘Ripper Street’

It’s curiously fitting that an actress playing a key role in Sherlock—a drama that takes a Victorian work of fiction and places it in a modern day setting—should find herself playing a character based on real people from the ...

‘Sherlock’ Recap: ‘The Empty Hearse’

Warning: spoilers that are also not spoilers.

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10 Reasons Why Steven Moffat’s ‘Sherlock’ is the Best

Yesterday we put together a list of the various different ways in which Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s tales of Sherlock Holmes have been dramatized for film and TV. Today we have a more singular intention.

WATCH: Louise Brealey of ‘Sherlock’ In ‘Delicious’ Trailer

Time for a campaign, I think.

Louise Brealey is great, isn’t she? She plays Molly in Sherlock, and so is well-versed in the art of facial expressions that subtly reveal deep the kind of emotional turmoil that must never be spoken aloud.