Jodie Comer reveals she once BURNT her eyelashes off while learning to smoke for a role

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Jodie Comer has revealed she once burnt her eyelashes off while learning to smoke for a role.

The actress, 30, has portrayed several character who have smoked, including Kathy in The Bikeriders and Villanelle in Killing Eve. 

Jodie posed in a figure-hugging gold dress on the cover of Vanity Fair, and was also interviewed by the publication. 

She Recalled The Incident

Jodie told them: ‘Generally I’m quite good with not bringing it home. One thing I did with Kathy—which I will never do again, because I don’t smoke in real life—was that I was smoking a little bit at home. 

‘My pet peeve is when you see people smoking onscreen who you can tell have never smoked a cigarette, and she was just constantly chain smoking. 

‘I was like, I have to make sure that it looks like she eats these cigarettes for breakfast. And I went to light the cigarette on the gas hub and the flame singed my eyelashes. 

‘So that’s one way I took Kathy home with me, which I learned the hard way.’

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