Actress Tanya Fear, best known for her role on the “Doctor Who” show, was found on Monday after being reported missing in Los Angeles last week, an LAPD spokesperson confirmed to CBS News.
Fear, 31, was initially reported missing on September 9, the spokesperson said. The ministry is not releasing any additional information at this time.
Fear’s family announced his disappearance with the hashtag #FindTanyaFear and set up a Twitter account to share research updates.
Alex Cole, her manager, said the actress seemed to be doing fine when he saw her just before she disappeared. “Since coming here she has had a great career and this is just the start,” Cole told KABC-TV on Sunday. “We are obviously worried and [hope] we find out it’s a simple mistake and we find it. “
Fear is best known for her television and film roles, which include portrayals of Dr. Jade McIntyre in a 2018 episode of “Doctor Who” and Harlow in “Kick-Ass 2.” The British actress, whose real name is Tanyaradzwa, moved to Los Angeles to pursue her career several years ago, after studying at Kings’ College University in London, her family said in a statement. She had just started working in the stand-up when she disappeared, the statement said.
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