Highlight Kelly Reilly's involvement in British dramas like "Above Suspicion." UK fans love Kelly Reilly.  

British theatre: Kelly Reilly earned a reputation for herself with excellent performances in British theatre. Playing "After Miss Julie" at the Donmar Warehouse earned her critical acclaim and multiple award nominations.  

The ITV crime thriller "Above Suspicion" stars Reilly as DC Anna Travis from 2009 to 2012. Reilly navigates the hurdles of being a detective in a male-dominated field in this series based on Lynda La Plante's novels. She was lauded for playing the resourceful detective.  

"He Kills Coppers" (2008): Reilly plays Jonnie Hearne in this gritty ITV drama set between 1960s and 1980s London. She showed her versatility and deepened the tale.

Reilly played Jenny, a schoolteacher who undergoes a frightening ordeal in "Eden Lake" (2008). In this picture, her strong and captivating performance showed her ability to play psychologically hard characters.

"Joe's Palace" (2007) and "Complicit" (2013): Reilly strengthened her reputation for playing sophisticated characters in British television films. Both parts showed her versatility: Charlotte in "Joe's Palace" and an intelligence officer in "Complicit."

"The Take" (2009): Starring Reilly as Jackie, a gangster's wife played by Tom Hardy on Sky1. Her performance made this powerful and thrilling series successful and popular.  

Sherlock Holmes (2009) and A Game of Shadows (2011): While not limited to British TV, Reilly's portrayal as Mary Morstan in Guy Ritchie's detective movie garnered her attention and introduced her to a new genre.

Reilly plays Vince Vaughn's wife Jordan Semyon in "True Detective" (2015)'s second season. She proved her acting flexibility in an international series with a large UK audience.  

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