What is Jenna Coleman Doing Now?

Jenna Coleman is an English actress best known for her roles as Jasmine Thomas in Emmerdale, Clara Oswald in Doctor Who, Queen Victoria in the period drama Victoria and Joanna Lindsay in the crime miniseries The Cry

During the pandemic, Coleman took part in The Remote Read, a planned series of online drama performances to raise funds for pandemic-affected theatrical workers.

On May 2, 2020, the first production under this banner, an adaptation of Tom Stoppard’s A Separate Peace (1966), was broadcast via the Zoom videoconferencing platform.

Jenna Coleman is also a Place2Be ambassador, a charity that provides emotional and therapeutic services in schools. Coleman has also been a consistent supporter of Comic Relief and Red Nose Day.

What is Jenna Coleman Doing Now?

Coleman was cast as Johanna Constantine, John Constantine’s great-great-great-grandmother, in DC Comics The Sandman TV series in May 2021. The Sandman premiered  in August 2022

She is also working on Wilderness, an Amazon Prime thriller based on B.E. Jones’ novel of the same name.