KEEPING Faith viewers were left shocked after Good Morning Britain presenter Sean Fletcher appeared in the BBC drama.
Keeping Faith viewers were shocked to see Good Morning Britain’s Sean Fletcher in Saturday’s episode
He also presents on Countryfile, but despite being a regular face on our boxes, viewers of the BBC drama were surprised to see him pop up in Saturday’s third episode.
Unlike other journalists, Sean wasn’t appearing as himself in a fake news bulletin but as an actor, playing the part of a lawyer, also called Sean.
Taking to Twitter following a court scene, one viewer tweeted: “Was that the guy from #GMB on #KeepingFaith?
Another added: “Familiar face popping up tonight on the brilliant #KeepingFaith Hi @SeanFletcherTV.”
Sean is usually seen behind the news desk on GMBCredit: Rex
Sean played a lawyer in the BBC drama
A third tweeted: “@SeanFletcherTV Just watched #KeepingFaith enjoyed your brief contribution Sean to a beautiful series, a good one for the CV Grinning face. On to the next one, #Bridgerton maybe….?”
Sean had previously told his Twitter followers about his acting role, writing last month: “Tonight #keepingfaith returns to our screens @bbcone
“I was lucky enough to play a lawyer, Sean Jenkins. It’s only a small part – I first appear in ep 3. but I’m so chuffed 2B a part of such a brilliant series.
We filmed it in English +Welsh.”
He also previewed his moment in tonight’s episode this week joking: “Blink and you miss it. My appearance in #KeepingFaith. I’m in a later episode too.”
Sean has been part of Good Morning Britain since it began in 2014Credit: Rex
Sean has been part of Good Morning Britain since it began in 2014, first appearing as a sports new reader.
He now also shares the role of reading the news with the likes of Charlotte Hawkins and had his first stint as a main host on the show in August last year.
Sean also works on BBC show Countryfile, having first joined the roster of presenters in 2015, and Songs of Praise.
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