For her, in particular, she feels “very fortunate” to be working today “because those roles are becoming more and more available,” Froggatt says. “There are more and more of those roles being written -- 50 years ago it wasn't the case; 30 years ago it just wasn't the case.”
And when it comes to Liar, which Froggatt says “absolutely comes to a conclusion,” she’s up for continuing Laura’s story -- at least for a few more episodes. “Because of that conclusion there are questions to be answered -- you know, there is another twist to come from that. So, I think there could be scope to do one more season, which I would love to do,” Froggatt says of a second season, which was confirmed in the U.K. by ITV. (No official announcement has been made in the U.S.) “But I don’t think it would be any more than that.”
Liar airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET on SundanceTV.