Killing Eve’s Jodie Comer reveals she feared for her life after CHOKING on pasta

Jodie Comer revealed that she had a near date with death after choking while gorging on pasta during filming for a scene in the upcoming series of Killing Eve.

The 25-year-old actress, who was entranced in a game of cat-and-mouse during season one of the show, nearly met her demise on the show when she was stabbed by her nemesis Eve Polastri during the last scene.

But Jodie confessed that although she managed to just about survive her encounter with Eve, Villanelle was nearly killed off by a mouthful of pasta and claimed it was her ‘most dangerous moment’ as the risk-taking assassin.

Near death experience: Jodie Comer revealed that she had a near date with death after choking while gorging on pasta during filming for a scene in the upcoming series of Killing Eve

Near death experience: Jodie Comer revealed that she had a near date with death after choking while gorging on pasta during filming for a scene in the upcoming series of Killing Eve

Near death experience: Jodie Comer revealed that she had a near date with death after choking while gorging on pasta during filming for a scene in the upcoming series of Killing Eve

Talking to Entertainment Weekly, Jodie recalled telling her brother about the moment and he joked that out of all the things that could kill the murderous character, it was a plate of carbs that finished her off.   

Describing the scene, she said: ‘ It’s a scene where she’s eating some pasta in a very grotesque way. She’s trying to prove a point about something. She’s playing it up, being her usual childish self, and the pasta was extremely dry. 

‘And it was extremely thick. I was shovelling it in, and then it just shot down my throat and then I was full-on choking.’

Season one: The 25-year-old actress, who was entranced in a game of cat-and-mouse during season one of the show, nearly met her demise on the show when she was stabbed by her nemesis Eve Polastri during the last scene

Season one: The 25-year-old actress, who was entranced in a game of cat-and-mouse during season one of the show, nearly met her demise on the show when she was stabbed by her nemesis Eve Polastri during the last scene

Season one: The 25-year-old actress, who was entranced in a game of cat-and-mouse during season one of the show, nearly met her demise on the show when she was stabbed by her nemesis Eve Polastri during the last scene

Jodie added that the moment was no doubt captured on film, as a medic came to her aid and managed to force the pasta out of her windpipe.

She said that she was start opposite one of her co-stars when she began to choke and he had no idea what was going on but she suspected that he thought she was just making a ‘weird acting choice’.

Sandra Oh, who joined Jodie in the interview, watched the whole situation unfold and remarked that it was only now funny because Jodie wasn’t harmed.

Dangerous: Jodie confessed that although she managed to just about survive her encounter with Eve, Villanelle was nearly killed off by a mouthful of pasta and claimed it was her 'most dangerous moment' as the risk-taking assassin

Dangerous: Jodie confessed that although she managed to just about survive her encounter with Eve, Villanelle was nearly killed off by a mouthful of pasta and claimed it was her 'most dangerous moment' as the risk-taking assassin

Dangerous: Jodie confessed that although she managed to just about survive her encounter with Eve, Villanelle was nearly killed off by a mouthful of pasta and claimed it was her ‘most dangerous moment’ as the risk-taking assassin

Jodie added: ‘Honestly, I was full-on crying. It was my most dangerous Villanelle moment.’

Killing Eve’s highly-anticipated second season finally released full trailer, following on from the Valentine’s Day-themed teaser released earlier in the week.

The new trailer for the new season – which will air on BBC America at 8PM on April 7 – sees, Villanelle on the run, following the nasty stabbing she suffered at the hands of Eve in the season 1 finale.

The show promises much more of the same tension and bloody drama viewers came to expect from the first season, with the obsession between the two leading ladies mounting throughout.

And while the complex relationship of the former-impromptu dinner companions unravels, it seems there’s a fine line between love and hate.

Things seem to have turned around, with the theme of the second season taking on more of a ‘Killing Villanelle’ vibe than season 1’s ‘Killing Eve’ theme.

Villanelle is on the loose, having survived Eve’s sly bedroom stabbing, and it seems the MI5 agent has found out where she is.

She’s back for blood: Killing Eve’s highly-anticipated second season finally has a full trailer, following on from the Valentine’s Day-themed teaser released earlier in the week

Groundbreaking: Killing Eve was one of the most talked-about and groundbreaking TV shows of 2018

Groundbreaking: Killing Eve was one of the most talked-about and groundbreaking TV shows of 2018

Groundbreaking: Killing Eve was one of the most talked-about and groundbreaking TV shows of 2018

Addicted to love? The new season will air on BBC America at 8PM on April 7

Addicted to love? The new season will air on BBC America at 8PM on April 7

Addicted to love? The new season will air on BBC America at 8PM on April 7

Addicted to love? The new season will air on BBC America at 8PM on April 7

Addicted to love? The new season will air on BBC America at 8PM on April 7

Let loose: The new trailer for the new season sees, Villanelle on the run, following the nasty stabbing she suffered at the hands of Eve in the season 1 finale

Let loose: The new trailer for the new season sees, Villanelle on the run, following the nasty stabbing she suffered at the hands of Eve in the season 1 finale

Let loose: The new trailer for the new season sees, Villanelle on the run, following the nasty stabbing she suffered at the hands of Eve in the season 1 finale

On the phone to someone, Eve is seen saying, ‘I think I’m going to kill her,’ inadvertently interrupting a man proposing to his girlfriend in the typically blackly comic style of the show.

Against the soundtrack of a much darker rendition of Robert Palmer’s Addicted To Love [sung by Skylar Grey], Villanelle appears to have been hospitalised, escaping and running riot around a suburban area.

She is heard saying, ‘sometimes when you’re in love you do crazy things,’ before she is seen rummaging through someone’s kitchen drawer looking for a kitchen knife in a hospital gown.

‘What for?’ a man’s voice asks her. ‘To stab you with!’ Villanelle replies, grinning sweetly.

Free to stalk: Against the soundtrack of a much darker rendition of Robert Palmer's Addicted To Love [sung by Skylar Grey], Villanelle appears to have been hospitalised, escaping and running riot around a suburban area

Free to stalk: Against the soundtrack of a much darker rendition of Robert Palmer's Addicted To Love [sung by Skylar Grey], Villanelle appears to have been hospitalised, escaping and running riot around a suburban area

Free to stalk: Against the soundtrack of a much darker rendition of Robert Palmer's Addicted To Love [sung by Skylar Grey], Villanelle appears to have been hospitalised, escaping and running riot around a suburban area

Free to stalk: Against the soundtrack of a much darker rendition of Robert Palmer's Addicted To Love [sung by Skylar Grey], Villanelle appears to have been hospitalised, escaping and running riot around a suburban area

Free to stalk: Against the soundtrack of a much darker rendition of Robert Palmer’s Addicted To Love [sung by Skylar Grey], Villanelle appears to have been hospitalised, escaping and running riot around a suburban area

Carolyn Marten [Fiona Shaw] is heard asking: 'Why are you and Vinanelle so interested in one another?'

Carolyn Marten [Fiona Shaw] is heard asking: 'Why are you and Vinanelle so interested in one another?'

Carolyn Marten [Fiona Shaw] is heard asking: ‘Why are you and Vinanelle so interested in one another?’

Creepy: There's an unnerving shot of [presumably] Villanelle in a dress, wearing a creepy mask

Creepy: There's an unnerving shot of [presumably] Villanelle in a dress, wearing a creepy mask

Creepy: There’s an unnerving shot of [presumably] Villanelle in a dress, wearing a creepy mask

All made up: Both women are out for one another as the plot thickens

All made up: Both women are out for one another as the plot thickens

All made up: Both women are out for one another as the plot thickens

All made up: Both women are out for one another as the plot thickens

All made up: Both women are out for one another as the plot thickens

After an unnerving shot of [presumably] Villanelle in a dress, wearing a creepy mask, a montage sees both women seemingly stalking one another, with Carolyn Marten [Fiona Shaw] heard asking: ‘Why are you and Vinanelle so interested in one another?’ 

There’s everything from crying, screaming, people being hit by cars and Villanelle calmly applying blusher to her cheeks – before turning to the camera and warning fans to stay quiet with a sinister ‘shhhhhhhhh’.

BBC America captioned the trailer with a Valentine’s Day ditty: ‘Sometimes they see red. The wait makes them blue. Eve and Villanelle… are ready for you. Season 2. April 7. 8pm. x’

On Wednesday night, the team behind thriller Killing Eve took to Twitter to drop a seductive teaser for the first season two trailer, which they revealed is set to be released the next day, by captioning the video: ‘Tomorrow x.’

Tense: While the complex relationship of the former-impromptu dinner companions unravels, it seems there's a fine line between love and hate

Tense: While the complex relationship of the former-impromptu dinner companions unravels, it seems there's a fine line between love and hate

Tense: While the complex relationship of the former-impromptu dinner companions unravels, it seems there's a fine line between love and hate

Tense: While the complex relationship of the former-impromptu dinner companions unravels, it seems there's a fine line between love and hate

Tense: While the complex relationship of the former-impromptu dinner companions unravels, it seems there’s a fine line between love and hate

Hit and run: The show promises much more of the same tension and bloody drama viewers came to expect from the first season, with the obsession between the two leading ladies mounting throughout

Hit and run: The show promises much more of the same tension and bloody drama viewers came to expect from the first season, with the obsession between the two leading ladies mounting throughout

Hit and run: The show promises much more of the same tension and bloody drama viewers came to expect from the first season, with the obsession between the two leading ladies mounting throughout

Hit and run: The show promises much more of the same tension and bloody drama viewers came to expect from the first season, with the obsession between the two leading ladies mounting throughout

Hit and run: The show promises much more of the same tension and bloody drama viewers came to expect from the first season, with the obsession between the two leading ladies mounting throughout

Ominous: Things seem to have turned around, with the theme of the second season taking on more of a 'Killing Villanelle' vibe than season 1's 'Killing Eve' theme

Ominous: Things seem to have turned around, with the theme of the second season taking on more of a 'Killing Villanelle' vibe than season 1's 'Killing Eve' theme

Ominous: Things seem to have turned around, with the theme of the second season taking on more of a ‘Killing Villanelle’ vibe than season 1’s ‘Killing Eve’ theme

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