Rebekah Staton: ‘Clint Eastwood is the coolest person I’ve ever met’

The Ordinary Lies star on her role depicting domestic abuse in a gay relationship and the online fight to save Caitlin and Caroline Moran’s sitcom, Raised By Wolves

Rebekah Staton, 35, is a Rada-trained actor from Staffordshire who was educated just outside Wolverhampton. She’s best known for her comedy roles in Pulling and Raised By Wolves, Caitlin and Caroline Moran’s autobiographical sitcom about their childhood. Staton has appeared in dramas such as State of Play, Wallander and Doctor Who and is currently starring in BBC1 drama Ordinary Lies.

You’re superb as single mum Della in Raised By Wolves. How did you feel when Channel 4 didn’t recommission it?

Devastated. Devvo-ed, mate. But the great thing about working with the Morans is they have got such a can-do attitude. They don’t let things lie and I love that. If people want to watch more, why should we stop making it?

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