Stars from the Anglia region have joined dozens of celebrities to say thank you to NHS staff.
Stephen Fry and Olivia Colman, who both grew up in Norfolk, are included in a video of 64 famous faces released by the NHS.
It has been created to mark 'Thank You Thursday' - so-called to pay tribute to the staff treating the coronavirus outbreak.
Most of the celebrities, including Fry and Essex resident Danny Dyer, say a simple "thank you" in the video.
But Colman, who went to Norwich High School for Girls, delivers the closing message, saying: "All across the country, people want you to know how incredible you are and how grateful we are.
"You are an amazing army of brave, wonderful people. Thank you."
Watch the stars pay tribute to the NHS:
Other celebrities to feature in the video include Ant and Dec, Hugh Grant, Billie Eilish and Joan Collins.
The third 'clap for carers' is expected to take place on Thursday evening - previous weeks have seen people across the country unite in applause for the key workers keeping the country running during the outbreak.
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