She later went on to appear (from 2000 to 2003) in the series Clarissa and the countryman, with Johnny Scott.
But, of course, this "other" is most often anything but; it is actually friend, neighbor and countryman.
“The human species is a deeply flawed biological product”—so wrote my countryman Arthur Koestler.
If the countryman does not live on the best the fault is his own.
It was plain that he was a man of sense and spirit, one to be proud of; plain that he was a countryman, too.
The countryman pays the sixpence, and straightway opens the purse, but he does not find the sixpence therein.
The countryman in the city, the city man in the country, is in a comic situation.
They travelled all day, and in the evening they came to a countryman's house.
“Anything just now that will make me forget,” answered the countryman, quickly.
He begged pardon, telling me his joy at meeting with a countryman had occasioned some confusion in him, and craved my name.