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Karla-Simone Spence is a British actress, best known for her roles in the film “Blue Story” (2019) and the ITVX period drama “The Confessions of Frannie Langton” (2022). She has also appeared in the BBC series “Gold Digger” (2019) and “Wannabe” (2018). Her career began with a role in the BBC Three short-form sitcom “Wannabe,” where she played Amber. This was followed by her portrayal of Cali Okello in “Gold Digger” and one of the lead roles, Leah, in “Blue Story.” The latter film, which received critical acclaim, earned her nominations at the National Film Awards.

In August 2021, it was announced that Spence would star as the title role of Frannie Langton in the period drama “The Confessions of Frannie Langton,” an ITV adaptation of the novel by Sara Collins. The limited series premiered on ITVX in December 2022 and on BritBox in March 2023, with Spence receiving critical acclaim for her performance. In April 2022, she made her professional stage debut in “House of Ife” at Bush Theatre.

Spence’s collaborations with other celebrities include working with Stephen Odubola, Micheal Ward, Eric Kofi-Abrefa, Khali Best, Richie Campbell, Jo Martin, Junior Afolabi Salokun in “Blue Story.” In “The Confessions of Frannie Langton,” she worked alongside Sophie Cookson, Patrick Martins, Stephen Campbell Moore, Steven Mackintosh, and Henry Pettigrew.

Regarding awards and distinctions, Spence’s performance in “Blue Story” contributed to the film’s success, including a BAFTA Rising Star win for her co-star Micheal Ward and nominations for Best Film and Best Film Actor at the 2020 NME Awards. Her role in “The Confessions of Frannie Langton” further solidified her position as a talented actress in the British television and film industry.