VIDEO: More Broadchurch Cast In Ice Bucket Challenges



Actor Joe Sims has updated the Broadchurch cast Ice Bucket Challenge video with to new clips of his co-stars taking part in the ALS Ice Bucket challenge.

First up is Jodie Whittaker (Beth Latimer) taking a soaking in a bathtub after nominating actors Thomas Mison and Rebekah Staton and her osteopath.



Next, Olivia Colman is seen, in a clip filmed by her husband Ed Sinclair, having far too much fun tipping ice over the heads of neighbours Edgar and Angus Duthie-Jackson before pushing both of them into a pond.

Remember that it's all for charity, and the purpose of the Ice Bucket Challenge is to raise awareness and funds in the fight against  the neurodegenerative condition amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig's disease in the USA or Motor Neurone Disease in the UK.

The Broadchurch crew are supporting a friend of cast member Jonathan Bailey (Olly Stevens), to fundraise. Gordon Aikman was recently diagnosed with the condition and has devoted the time that he has left to fundraising for MND Scotland and improving services for those living with the condition.

You can also donate to the ALS Association of America here

Watch the updated video here:





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