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Jessica Sula, 16, from Gorseinon, Swansea, beat 8,000 applicants to land the role of gentle and dreamy Grace Violet in the new series of Skins which started on E4 this week.

Jessica is currently studying for her A-levels in Spanish, French and drama at Gorseinon College and says juggling her work with filming was quite a challenge.

Then we had to do improvisation in small groups in a big room and the executives went round and looked at all the groups and we were given a scenario.

But when the time came for our group to do our improv everybody just talked over me and I only said one word so I wasn't expecting to get anything.

Skins is about the lives and loves of teenagers and the obligations of friendship.

The drama series features an ensemble cast of unknown teenage actors as they navigate complex relationships, the politics of friendship and difficulties of daily life in their formative years.

She loves acting, despite having worked only in youth theatre and school plays before, and has a soft spot for her character.

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