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I was able to track down another one of Gugu’s old project but sadly it isn’t in the best quality. Bad Girls (2006) was set in the fictional women’s prison of Larkhall, and features a mixture of serious and light storylines focusing on the prisoners and staff of G Wing. Gugu guest starred in 2 episodes as Fidelity, the bride to be of one of the main character’s son.

    

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I’ve updated the gallery with promotional photos and screencaptures of Gugu’s 2008 mini series Bonekickers.

Set against the backdrop of Bath, a city steeped in 3,000 years of history, Gillian and her team – Dr Ben Ergha (forensic, objective), Professor Gregory Parton (encyclopaedic but terminally louche) and eager young post-grad intern Viv Davis – are brought in under a variety of imperatives to extract bodies, books, weapons and all manner of artefacts which lead them into an investigation of the past that will unlock dangers and mysteries in the present.

   

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I’ve been able to locate, what I think is Gugu’s first project, at least according to her IMDB. Gugu guest starred on Holby City’s 7th season as a pregnant lady called Colette Hill. You can watch the episode (Thanks tumblr)and check out the screencaptures below.

   

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I’ve updated the gallery with what a lot consider Gugu’s first big break when she guest starred in Doctor Who in 2007 as Tish Jones, the sister of The Doctor’s companion then; Martha Jones. I’ve updated the gallery with stills, screencaptures and the promotional picture of her appearance, enjoy!

   

Television Projects > Doctor Who (2007) > Promotional Picture 
Television Projects > Doctor Who (2007) > Episodes Stills 
Television Projects > Doctor Who (2007) > Episodes Screencaptures

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HONORABLE MENTION | While some Black Mirror episodes can be haunting, even terrifying, Season 2’s trip to “San Junipero” was alternately heartbreaking and then reaffirming, thanks in great part to the work of Gugu Mbatha-Raw. Her Kelly, at first, was just a party girl looking to have the best time possible in the titular place. But then came Yorkie, an awkward sweetheart who slowly but surely showed Kelly how to love — and commit to — someone again, having already suffered great loss. Mbatha-Raw’s performance was most compelling during the last couple of San Junipero sequences, as Kelly convinced Yorkie, and us, that their undying (so to speak) love was not meant to be — until, as their and our hearts swelled, it was. [Source]

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I’ve updated the gallery with stills & screencaptures of Gugu in the new season of Black Mirror. She starred in the fourth episode titled ‘San Junipero‘ as a free spirited woman who falls in love in a time and place where she wasn’t supposed to.

   

Black Mirror (2016) > 3.04 “San Junipero” Stills
Black Mirror (2016) > 3.04 “San Junipero” Screencaptures

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I’ve updated the gallery with stills & screencaptures of Gugu’s episode in Easy, which is currently streaming on Netflix.

   

Easy (2016) > 1.07 “Chemistry Read” Stills 
Easy (2016) > 1.07 “Chemistry Read” Screencaptures

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Black Mirror‘s twisty, twisted tales will continue to unfold on Friday, Oct. 21, Netflix announced on Wednesday at the Television Critics Association summer press tour.

An anthology series created by Charlie Brooker, Black Mirror’s next run of six episodes — which were commissioned by Netflix after the first seasons (plus a Jon Hamm-fronted Christmas special) debuted across the pond, and are being described as “crazier, badder and closer to real life than ever” — include:

* “San Junipero,” featuring Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Mackenzie Davis in an episode directed by Owen Harris [Source]

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