Agyness Deyn is headed for the West End
In addition to selling up her New York apartment, Agyness Deyn is also headed for a début on the West End theatrical stage. The role is in The Leisure Society, which has been described as a "toxic comedy" that offers a "glimpse into a grotesque world of self-indulgent excess".
Not a far stretch from the world of modelling then.
Deyn will play Paula, a "promiscuous free spirit" who is invited to a party hosted by a self-obsessed couple which spirals out of control. The British model will act alongside Ed Stoppard in the play by Canadian dramatist François Archambault. The intimate performance will be shown at Trafalgar Studio 2 which holds a small audience of just 98. Those who are keen to see Agy in action will be able to from March.
Of course this isn't Agy's first foray into acting. She has previously starred in last year's blockbuster The Clash of the Titans, a short film Mean to Me, and she will soon be seen in Pusher a tale about a London drug pusher's life over the course of one week. This flick is currently in post-production and set for release next year.
Busy times for the model-turned-actress!