Over the summer, James Norton found himself filming scenes for a forthcoming movie by a lake in a remote part of northern Canada. Out of the corner of his eye, he spied a boat being rowed across the water. The boat stopped abruptly as it got close to him. The woman at the helm pointed at him and said, semi-accusingly, “You’re the vicar!”It was, Norton admits, slightly surreal to be recognised on the other side of the world for his part in Grantchester, the hit ITV 1950s detective series in which he plays crime-solving Anglican vicar Sidney Chambers. It’s a mark of just how popular Norton has become, with Grantchester regularly attracting six million viewers in the UK and also… Read entire story.