Ayrshire’s very own Amelia Isaac Jones made her debut in the hit dark comedy series ‘Guilt’, which has already been raking in awards and critical acclaim. Last night, viewers across the country were introduced to this fresh new face in the world of television.
Written by Neil Forsyth (the mastermind behind The Gold) and directed by Patrick Harkins (who has brought us the gripping drama of Happy Valley), ‘Guilt’ boasts an all-star cast including the likes of Mark Bonnar (Line of Duty, Unforgotten), Jamie Sives (Chernobyl, Game of Thrones), and Phyllis Logan (Downton Abbey). And now, Amelia has joined these esteemed names in a breakout performance that’s got everyone talking.
The series came out on April 25, 2023. Mark Bonnar and Jamie Sives return for the third and final season of the BBC comedy drama Guilt.
They will reprise their roles as brothers Max and Jake in the series written by Neil Forsyth (The Gold) and made by Expectation and Happy Tramp North for BBC Scotland and BBC Two. The four-part series has returned, with all four episodes debuting on the BBC iPlayer as a day-one drop.
Amelia Isaac Jones is set to be a major presence in the show, featuring in every episode of the series. And if you’re keen to see more of this talented newcomer, then be sure to tune in to BBC 2 on Thursday or catch up with all episodes of ‘Guilt’ on iPlayer now.
This rising star is a graduate of the prestigious Manchester School of Theatre and has already made waves in the world of theatre with standout performances in productions such as ‘The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart’, ‘Hope River Girls’ and more.
But now, she’s ready to take on the small screen – and based on her electrifying debut in ‘Guilt’, viewers can’t wait to see what she does next.