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Filming Starts On ITV’s Grace 











Filming has commenced on the new ITV crime drama, Grace, starring John Simm, from acclaimed screenwriter and Endeavour creator, Russell Lewis. 

John Simm is tenacious detective Roy Grace and Russell Lewis has adapted two of international bestseller Peter James’ award winning novels which introduce the audience to Brighton based Detective Superintendent  Grace, a hard-working police officer who has given his life to the job.  

Joining John Simm filming in Brighton, are Richie Campbell  who takes the role of DS Glenn Branson and Rakie Ayola as ACC Vosper. 

Writer Russell Lewis is also known for his work on Morse, Lewis, Murphy’s Law, Sharpe’s Peril and Kavanagh QC. 

He said: “I’m thrilled and honoured to be involved in bringing Peter James’ brilliantly gripping series of Roy Grace novels to ITV.  Each story is a fantastic, hair-raising, twisting, switch-back of a roller-coaster ride that grips the reader from first to last, and the opportunity to translate that best-selling magic to television is like all one’s Christmases and birthdays come at once.  As his millions of fans and admirers are well aware, Peter's meticulous research and eye for detail is the stuff of legend.  His long established, close relationship with the police, taken together with a knowledge of Brighton and the South Coast that is the sole preserve of the born and bred lends his stories an unimpeachable veracity of place and procedure.  That John Simm will be breathing flesh to the bones of Roy Grace really is the cherry on a dark, and troublingly encrimsoned cake…”

14 September 2020                                            Back to the headlines

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