In Frances Tuesday Tamzin Outhwaite stars as a woman who is forced to change every aspect of her identity in order to escape the revenge of her jailed lover.
Tamzin plays high profile accountant Frances O’Neil who makes the dangerous decision to turn Queen’s evidence against the charming and intelligent Lucas Pilgrim (Douglas Henshall) when she discovers he is a murderer.
With Lucas behind bars, police stage Frances’s death, then she begins the painful process of facial reconstruction in order to become another woman, banned from ever seeing her friends and family again. There’s just one problem – she has left her baby daughter behind in her old life. Can she penetrate Lucas’s inner circle and win a deadly game of cat and mouse to get her back?
Frances Tuesday co-stars Lennie James as special investigations officer Inspector Trent, along with Annabelle Apsion, Beth Goddard and Mark Letheren.
UK / ITV1 – Picture Palace / 2×75 minute episodes / Broadcast 4-5 October 2004
Writer: Nick Collins / Music: Adam Cork / Co-Producer: Julia Stannard / Producer: Malcolm Craddock / Director: Jon Sen
Tamzin Outhwaite as Frances West
Beth Goddard as Bishop
Douglas Henshall as Lucas Pilgrim
Nigel Lindsay as Lambert
Hilton McRae as Feltham
Fraser Ayres as Terry Birch
Lennie James as Trent
Mark Letheren as Reece