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She plays Kay Hope, Head of Sustainability and champion of stag beetles and a giant wind turbine she dubs "The Angel of Leyton".

Filmed at the top of Canary Wharf tower ("Hugh Bonneville doesn't like the planes coming so close") Twenty Twelve is wickedly funny in that cod-documentary The Thick of It manner.

"People always say, 'I bet that was fun', and it wasn't," she says, explaining that the first series had proved so successful that Coogan and writer Armando Iannucci felt under intense pressure to maintain the standard. In the meantime, Bullmore had herself been writing – a play called The Middle, about a recently married man who realises he has wed the wrong sister. Then there was Mammals, which was shortlisted for the What's On Best New Comedy Award in 2005.

She also acted in such diverse TV dramas as State of Play and Ashes to Ashes, although her most acclaimed role of late has been opposite Hugh Bonneville and Jessica Hynes in Twenty Twelve, the spoof sitcom about the compliance team for the London Olympics.

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She speaks fluent English, Portuguese, French and Spanish. Her father and her great-uncle Richard Harris were actors.But in some respects the journey from Sloane Square to the nation's favourite cobbled street is the least surprising move in Bullmore's career. There are a lot of people on Coronation Street who say, 'I wish I'd gone sooner'."Bullmore returned to live in London in 1995 with a new husband, Scottish actor Paul Higgins, and a new-born daughter, Mary.She left Corrie to perform with those enfants terribles of Nineties comedy, Chris Morris and Steve Coogan, she wrote acclaimed stage and radio plays, and now she lands supporting roles as varied as a police inspector in ITV1's returning girlie cop show Scott and Bailey (for which she has also written an episode), BBC1's latest round of Sherlock and in BBC4's delicious London Olympics satire, Twenty Twelve."I think it's a brilliant, accidental chaotic mixture," says Bullmore, a slim, fine-boned 48-year-old with something of the Kristin Scott Thomas about her. It was while pregnant that Bullmore was first inspired to put pen to paper."My middle brother was delighted and very proud," she says."He sent me an email addressed to 'the family pornographer' ...."Morris's former The Day Today co-star, Steve Coogan, was the next to call on Bullmore's services – to play his Ukrainian girlfriend, Sonja, in the second series of I'm Alan Partridge, although Bullmore says that it was less of a laugh than Blue Jam and Brass Eye.

She speaks fluent English, Portuguese, French and Spanish. Her father and her great-uncle Richard Harris were actors.But in some respects the journey from Sloane Square to the nation's favourite cobbled street is the least surprising move in Bullmore's career. There are a lot of people on Coronation Street who say, 'I wish I'd gone sooner'."Bullmore returned to live in London in 1995 with a new husband, Scottish actor Paul Higgins, and a new-born daughter, Mary.She left Corrie to perform with those enfants terribles of Nineties comedy, Chris Morris and Steve Coogan, she wrote acclaimed stage and radio plays, and now she lands supporting roles as varied as a police inspector in ITV1's returning girlie cop show Scott and Bailey (for which she has also written an episode), BBC1's latest round of Sherlock and in BBC4's delicious London Olympics satire, Twenty Twelve."I think it's a brilliant, accidental chaotic mixture," says Bullmore, a slim, fine-boned 48-year-old with something of the Kristin Scott Thomas about her. It was while pregnant that Bullmore was first inspired to put pen to paper."My middle brother was delighted and very proud," she says."He sent me an email addressed to 'the family pornographer' ...."Morris's former The Day Today co-star, Steve Coogan, was the next to call on Bullmore's services – to play his Ukrainian girlfriend, Sonja, in the second series of I'm Alan Partridge, although Bullmore says that it was less of a laugh than Blue Jam and Brass Eye.The general impression of Jamaican planters is that they were all rich sugar producers: some were, but not all.