News 21 March 2019
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Stormzy Set To Make TV Debut In BBC’s ‘Noughts & Crosses’ Series

21 March 2019
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Stormzy will be making his TV debut in a BBC adaptation of Malorie Blackman’s popular children’s novel, Noughts & Crosses.

As a guest star in one episode of the six-part series, Stormzy is set to play a character created for the TV series named Kolawale who is the editor of a newspaper.

Of his role in Noughts & Crosses, Stormzy said: “As a die-hard fan of Malorie’s novels, being a part of this important show is a dream come true”.

The series is currently being filmed in South Africa.

Published in 2001, the dystopian novel focuses on a love story between Sephy and Callum; with the former representing a black ruling class (noughts) and the latter belonging to a white underclass (crosses). If the success of the novel is anything to go by, the TV series will definitely prove popular with viewers.

Keep it locked here on GRM Daily for more news on Stormzy’s role in the TV series.