Agyness' screen debut

22 February 2010

While some people have pointed out that you don’t see so much of Agyness on the catwalk these days, (she didn’t even grace the runway for old pal Henry Holland’s show on Saturday) maybe this explains pourquoi... she’s been making a film!
Yep, Agyness’ face might be her fortune but it turns out she has more talents than a basic 'Blue Steel'. Grazia Daily would like to point out, only a teeny bit smugly, that we have been predicting that she would go into acting next and it seems we were correct. Furthermore - we are delighted to say this morning, – she’s rather good at it too.

She’s described the experience as “the opposite of modelling. You have to be so vulnerable and be something of a vessel, whereas in modelling you have to appear very strong.”

Her debut was in the a short film by the artists McDermott and McGough, called ‘Mean to Me’ where she starred opposite telly’s Linus Roache in the 15 minuter, a film noir piece which echoed work by the artist Peter McDough.  
And the verdict from the critics?
“Move over, Tom Ford,” exclaimed Vanity Fair’s George Wayne after seeing the 15 minute short film. “It was perfect! Aggie can act!
Congratulations Missus. We couldn’t be prouder of her!



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