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Budget: GBP7,, estimated. The BBC programme began back in , following the work of Pathologist Sam Ryan, played by Amanda Burton, as she battled to solve crime and manage her complex love life. I must admit that I have been a fan ever since back then.
Who's in the Silent Witness cast? Emilia Fox, David Caves, Liz Carr and Richard Lintern
I was over the moon when, after a drunken night with one of the series directors, I did a cameo as a featured extra in an early episode. I earned a few quid, had a free lunch and had the excitement of being on a show I loved watching. Finally, a UK crime drama started featuring a disabled character. Liz plays lab assistant and tech wiz Clarissa Mullery; a character with an acerbic wit and a collection of stunning shoes.
Each series, Liz stretched and pushed the barriers of the stereotypes of what a disabled person is. Sharply dressed, acutely intelligent, funny and married — Clarissa is the disabled character every disabled person in the UK, perhaps the world, has been waiting to see. I saw the thrill packed, tear jerking two-hour programme at a BAFTA screening this week and as the credits rolled I knew I witnessed the glass ceiling for disabled talent finally being broken.
The two new actors, Toby Sams-Freidman and Rosie Jones, highlight that there is new disabled acting talent out there ready to set the screen alight, but the true accolades must go to Liz. She captures the unspoken fears of most disabled people and becomes the true hero of the piece. The joy I felt as this heart-breaking episode came to its conclusion, stems from seeing Liz shine. Liz proves given the space to grow and script that gives an actor something to develop, disabled actors can achieve everything their non-disabled counterparts do.
There seems to be a real change at the BBC around disability, with a commitment to having more talent both in front of and behind the camera. The BBC have woken up to the fact that disabled talent can make their output exemplary and gripping. I really hope that this does mark a real change.