It’s rare that TV Magazine has witnessed the actors in a telly drama visibly excited as they recall their first meeting with the show’s writer.
But then, not every actor gets the chance to work on three adaptations of JK Rowling’s novels.
“I met her in the toilet,” laughs Holliday Grainger, 29.
“The person who flushed the chain at me was JK Rowling!”
Tom plays private eye Cormoran Strike while Holliday is his assistant, Robin Ellacott, in the dramatisation of Rowling’s three Strike novels, which were written under her pseudonym Robert Galbraith.
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