Campbell went on to say: “What is really good about Grace as a drama is it shows there are pressures at every level.
“We knew that Vosper constantly had people down her throat but with Cassian he really starts to explain to Grace and Branson that it’s not just about us guys going out and arresting people.”
According to IMDb, the BAFTA winner will next be starring in the TV series Kaos which is in post-production.
She is also appearing in the web series The Chat, made by charity Breast Cancer Now, to raise awareness of the disease.
Ayola portrays Heather, who gets a life-changing breast cancer diagnosis and shares the news with her close group of friends Jo (Indira Varma), Pip (Kate Ashfield) and Lisa (Claudie Blakley).
Over the course of 10 episodes, the friends will be communicating via text messages, video calls and voice notes as Heather’s breast cancer journey plays out.
Grace season 3 starts tonight on ITV1 at 8pm
To watch The Chat unfold weekly and for open and honest support, however you’re experiencing breast cancer or whatever questions you may have, visit breastcancernow.org/thechat