British actress Tanya Fear who was reported missing in Los Angeles on Thursday has been found. The 31-year-old actress was last seen on the day last week prompting friends and family to report her missing after growing concern of her absence.

According to CNN, the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) was notified around 11am on Monday that Fear had been located and was found to be alive and in safe condition. No further details about her absence have been made available due to privacy concerns.

Fear, who is best known for her role in the sci-fi series “Doctor Who,” was reported to have been last seen at the Trader Joe’s in Santa Monica Boulevard in Hollywood. She moved to Los Angeles just two months ago and resides near the Hollywood Bowl.

During TV interviews, her manager Alex Cole was noted saying that he had last spoken to her in over a week before her disappearance and that she had seemed fine. Her loved ones took to social media to plead for the public’s help in gathering information about her whereabouts and her sudden disappearance.

Twitter went abuzz following the hashtag #FindTanyaFear with a missing person poster of the actress circulating on other social media platforms. "Please please please share if you have mutually in the LA/Hollywood bowl area. My cousin is missing, she has no family in the US and we're all really worried,” the tweet read.

After having notified Fear’s loved ones, the Twitter account dedicated to finding her announced the good news. “It is with great pleasure and relief to report that Tanya has been found safe by Police today. We understand she is not physically harmed, but as a precaution, is being assessed at a local hospital.”

The officers from the LAPD said there is no criminal investigation and that no evidence of foul play is suspected.

Fear had recently embarked on doing standup comedy in the Los Angeles area with her first gig slated at the Haha Comedy Club in North Hollywood on Aug. 30. Apart from playing the role of Dr. Jade McIntyre on "Doctor Who," she also has screen credits in a number of movies including, “Kick-ass2,” “Spotless,” and “A Moving Image.”

Before finding the British actress, her family was wanting to launch their own search and were already in the works of applying for visas to travel to the US.

'Doctor Who' actors (L-R) Actors Tosin Cole, Mandip Gill and Jodie Whittaker visit the Build Series to discuss Season 12 of the BBC America series “Doctor Who” at Build Studio on January 06, 2020 in New York City. Photo by Gary Gershoff/Getty Images