Dominic West and Monica Dolan make a grisly transformation while shooting Appropriate Adult, which focuses on one of Britain's most prolific serial killers, Fred West and his wife, Rosemary. The Wire star looks frighteningly similar to the murderer, who was charged with murdering at least 11 girls, and burying many of their remains at his home, 25 Cromwell Street in Gloucester in the 1970s. The pair are on location in Manchester for the ITV drama, which also stars Emily Watson.


Wednesday 16th March 2011 Dominic West and Monica Dolan make a grisly transformation while shooting Appropriate Adult, which focuses on one of Britain's most prolific serial killers, Fred West and his wife, Rosemary. The Wire star looks frighteningly similar to The Murderer, who was charged with murdering at least 11 girls, and burying many of their remains at his home, 25 Cromwell Street in Gloucester in the 1970s. The pair are on location in Manchester for the ITV drama, which also stars Emily Watson. Manchester, England (15 Pictures)




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