Jenna-Louise Coleman is best known for playing Clara in Doctor Who, and she recently teased the upcoming season finale in an interview with TV Guide.
When speaking about the finale, Jenna wouldn't reveal much, but she did say, "It's really exciting - [it] is phenomenal. My spine was tingling when I read it. Again, I'm teasing you so badly here, but there's the beginning opening sequence, which [is] kind of building up into the 50th. It's just huge."
The show has become a cult hit since its inception in 2005, although Jenna was only added to the cast in 2012. The show has gained a massive following, and Jenna has admitted that getting cast in the show has given her career a kickstart in Hollywood.
Jenna-Louise Coleman has been acting since 2005, and she has also been steadily employed since then, a testament to her talent. She started her career with a starring role in the TV series 'Emmerdale', and then moved on to 'Waterloo Road' in 2009. She then had a small role in 'Captain America: The First Avenger' in 2011, and then joined Doctor Who as Clara in 2012. The season finale of Doctor Who will air on BBC America in the US and BBC One in the UK.