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Linzey Louise Cocker
19 May 1987
Salford, England, United Kingdom
Linzey Louise Cocker (born 19 May 1987) is an English actress best known for playing the roles of Jade Webb in the BBC Three comedy-drama series Drop Dead Gorgeous , Josie in the 2008 film Wild Child , and Jess Fisher in Waterloo Road .
Cocker went to Wentworth High School (now Ellesmere Park High School) in Eccles, Greater Manchester.
In Drop Dead Gorgeous , Cocker's character is the fraternal twin of Ashley Webb, played by actress and model Sinéad Moynihan. Jade, being the popular and charismatic sister, finds it difficult to adjust to her shy sister's rapid success as a model, when Jade has always wanted to be a model herself so when her sister was offered a modeling job it changed their family's life and most of all Jade life.
She also appeared in the film Wild Child along with actress Emma Roberts.
She also performed in a BBC drama series, Waterloo Road , playing new pupil Jess Fisher,alongside former Silent Witness actress Amanda Burton who plays her on-screen mother and new headteacher, Karen Fisher.
She also played Sam Swan in a BBC comedy drama White Gold .
|2008||Clash of the Santas||Brooke|
|2008||Is Anybody There?||Tanya|
|2006||Drop Dead Gorgeous||Jade Webb|
|2006||The Innocence Project||Rhiannan Hayes|
|2006||Northern Lights||Brooke Armstrong|
|2006||The Street||Leanne McEvoy|
|2007||City Lights||Brooke Armstrong/Sarah Shearer|
|2010-2011||Waterloo Road||Jess Fisher|
|2014||In the Flesh||Haley|
|2015||The Musketeers||Jeanne (episode 2.5 "The Return")|
|2016||Our Girl||Marie Lane|
|2017||Tina and Bobby (mini-series)||Kathy Peters|
|2017-2019||White Gold||Sam Swan|
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