How many episodes of Doctor Who was Jenna Coleman in?

How many episodes of Doctor Who was Jenna Coleman in?

38 episodes

Year Title Notes
2012 Titanic Recurring role
2012 Room at the Top Television film
2012–2015, 2017 Doctor Who Main role (Series 7–9), 2017 Special; 38 episodes
2013 Dancing on the Edge Recurring role

Who plays Clara in Dr Who?

Jenna ColemanDoctor Who
Clara Oswald/Played by

Where is Jenna Coleman from?

Lancashire, United Kingdom
Jenna Coleman/Place of birth

What age is Jenna Coleman?

35 years (April 27, 1986)
Jenna Coleman/Age

Can Jenna Louise Coleman speak French?

Coleman does not speak French or Québécois/Quebec French in real life and had to learn the language and perfect her French-Canadian accent when speaking English for the role. Coleman also revealed she listened to hours of interviews with the real Leclerc to learn her accent.

Can Jenna-Louise Coleman speak French?

How can I contact Jenna Coleman?

  1. Direct Email: sf@..
  2. Company Email: hello@th.
  3. Company Tel: 020 33.

Is Clara the doctor’s daughter?

Clara is the future child of the Doctor and River who’s had her memory erased. The two Time Lords must be up to something on their nights away from River’s prison cell.

How many languages does Jenna Coleman speak?

Jenna Coleman/Languages

Why did Jenna Coleman leave doctor who?

Doctor Who companion Jenna Coleman has quit the time-travelling sci-fi series – to spend more time in the 19th Century. Jenna – who plays time and space-hopping Clara Oswald – has landed a

What ethnicity is Jenna Coleman?


  • Known For
  • Filmography
  • Is Jenna Coleman engaged?

    Jenna Coleman and Tom Hughes kissing. Source: Mirror. Coleman and Hughes are also rumored to be engaged. The rumor of their engagement sparked after the actress appeared with a sparkling ring on her wedding finger during the screening of Victoria just a week ago. However, recently, Coleman was spotted without her engagement ring on in London

    What color eyes does Jenna Coleman have?

    Blackface is a form of theatrical makeup used predominantly by performers of non-African descent to portray a caricature of a dark skinned person of African descent.. In the United States, the practice gained popularity during the 19th century and contributed to the spread of racial stereotypes such as the “happy-go-lucky darky on the plantation” or the “dandified coon”.