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A British actress with a major role in the latest Transformers movie went to see it at the cinema in Wadebridge - and nobody recognised her.
Sophia Myles, 34, took her mum and brothers to see “Transformers: Age of Extinction” on the big screen in the town this week.
The 34-year-old played Lady Penelope in the 2004 Thunderbirds remake and has starred in Doctor Who and Spooks.
But her mum Jane revealed on Twitter afterwards that nobody recognised her despite Sophia posing for photos alongside posters of her blockbuster film.
She wrote: “Oli, Sophia and I saw Transformers in Wadebridge. 2 hrs 38 mins on big screen and no one realised it was her.”
FILM actress Sophia Myles was spotted taking a well-earned break from a busy day of filming in Liverpool, admiring the city’s architectural charms.
The 34-year-old star, who has appeared in films including Thunderbirds, Tristan & Isolde as well as the latest Transformers movie Age Of Extinction, was in town to film scenes for upcoming BBC 1 drama Oakfield in which she plays a wealthy character named Lady Katherine.
The drama, which has also been filming in Walton Hall Park, in Warrington, centres around the family who founded Chester Zoo in the 1930s.
Sophia was seen enjoying lunch at the film set’s base before strolling around the front of St George’s Hall.
The blonde actress, who also starred in Doctor Who (and once dated the then-Doctor David Tennant), was joined by her castmates including Harry Potter and Inspector George Gently actor Lee Ingleby, Royle Family star Ralf Little and Life on Mars actress Liz White, for a chat and to go over some lines in between takes while filming on the waterfront.