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Jo Eaton-Kent

Jo Eaton-Kent



United Kingdom

Known for

In The Watch (2020) as Corporal Cheeryas Corporal Cheery

in The Watch (2020)
In Don't Forget the Driver as Bradleyas Bradley

in Don't Forget the Driver

TV Series Starring Jo Eaton-Kent

The Watch (2020)The Watch (2020)
BBC America, 2020 | Comedy, Drama, Action, Adventure | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.5/5

A series based on the Ankh-Morpork City Watch from Terry Pratchett's Discworld novels. Set in a fictional city where crime has been legalised, The Watch is a genre-busting comedy drama series that follows a group of misfit cops as they rise up from decades of helplessness to save their corrupt city from catastrophe. Uniquely anarchic and thrillingly entertaining, the character-driven comedy follows several of Sir Terry Pratchett's best-loved creations on a riotous and emotional odyssey.


Don't Forget the DriverDon't Forget the Driver
BBC Two, 2019 | Comedy | ► Trailer
Rating: 4/5

A dark comedy set in sunny seaside Bognor Regis. It explores what it means to live, work and parent at a point when the entire UK population is having to come to terms with the changing colour of their passports. Coach driver and single dad Peter Green leads a life of ordinary routine; clip on ties, limp packed lunches, vehicle checks, roundtrip coach journeys ferrying church groups to donkey sanctuaries and Japanese tourists to Canterbury Cathedral. Green is at full stretch just about coping with his disaffected daughter Kayla (bored to a state of almost total inertia in a place that has nothing for her) and Audrey, his mum, whose life is rapidly descending into confusion and fear. The discovery of a dead body on the docile Bognor shoreline and an unsettling meeting with a new arrival in town throws Green's life into chaos - a lost soul in need of assistance, who he could help. But will he...Can he?