Nicola Walker, Sean Bean film Marriage
A ten-week shoot begins on Monday, 27 September, on BBC One drama Marriage, starring Nicola Walker and Sean Bean.
The 4 x 60 drama comes from writer/director Stefan Golaszewski and is produced by The Forge and The Money Men. The up-close portrait of a 30-year marriage centres on Ian and Emma (Bean and Walker) as they navigate the insecurities, ambiguities, risks and gifts of such a long relationship.
Bean said: “I’m thrilled to be playing opposite the talented Nicola Walker and I’m looking forward to bringing Stefan’s intimate scripts to the screen.”
Walker added: “This is a unique project. Stefan has created such a beautiful, funny and complicated world and I’m excited to be stepping into Ian and Emma’s marriage with Sean.”
Stefan Golaszewski says: “It's amazing to get to work with Sean and Nicola. They're actors of such depth, truth and warmth and I can't wait to go on this journey with them.”
The executive producers are Tommy Bulfin for the BBC, Beth Willis and George Faber for The Forge and Richard Laxton and Golaszewski for The Money Men. The producer is Lyndsay Robinson.
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