She portrays Vanessa Hamilton. We are used to seeing Emilia in "good guy" roles which makes her appearances in The Tunnel: Sabotage very interesting viewing as Vanessa is heavily involved in the human trafficking world. She is an entrepreneur in pretty much everything that is not legal. She's ruthless in her ways and will do whatever it takes to get her paycheque from whoever is pulling her puppet strings. When we're first introduced to Vanessa on-screen, I had to double-take as I did not realise it was Emilia Fox straight away.
William Ash plays a lovable rogue in The Tunnel: Sabotage. His character is called Boleslaw Borowski, or BB for short, as he's that damn cool and that's how he rolls.
He's very, sometimes overly, enthusiastic in his job as a Junior Detective. He takes a shine to a new French Police Officer, Lieutenant Louise Renard (Juliette Navis), and is not shy on letting everyone know as subtlety isn't one of his attributes whatsoever. He's good looking and knows it.
Clémence Poésy; who played Fleur Delacour in the Harry Potter movies.
Stephen Dillane; who played Stannis Baratheon in Game Of Thrones.
Clémence Poésy & Stephen Dillane are in a lot of scenes together and has quite an amount of dialogue. The two actors compliment each other like fish does to chips. There are numerous programmes out there which has actors who look unenthusiastic, but, not Clémence Poésy & Stephen Dillane. The two have chemistry on-screen which shows their passion for their craft in professional acting and always making you want more. Besides the writing, they are testament as to why The Tunnel is a roaring success & The Tunnel: Sabotage will be even better.
They play Commander Elise Wassermann & Detective Chief Inspector Karl Roebuck respectively just like they did in The Tunnel's first series.
In each episode there's at least one shocking twist which will keep you on the edge of your sofas.
I'd describe The Tunnel: Sabotage as one of those programmes where you have to put everything down and watch because at a blink of an eye you will miss something paramount to the storyline.
Don't worry if you can't keep up with the drama, there's a handy "previously on The Tunnel: Sabotage" video package at the beginning of each episode past the first one.
Many thanks to Sky Atlantic & Byte London for entrusting me with the pre-release of The Tunnel: Sabotage.