Does Dawn leave Emmerdale
How did Dawn Woods die? – Dawn was written out of Emmerdale in July 2006 after she died at the King’s River show home. Cain Dingle deliberately sabotaged the building as instructed by Sadie King which caused damage to the gas pipe. While Jimmy knew about the damage, he didn’t want to jeopardise the grand opening of the King’s River housing development. Dawn Woods was played by Julia Mallam. Picture: Getty Images The faulty gas pipe then caused an explosion, with Dawn caught up in the blast and while her injuries seemed minor, her health soon deteriorated and she died from internal injuries. Noreen Bell and estate agent David Brown were also killed in the blast.
Why is Kerry leaving Emmerdale
Why did Kerry Wyatt leave Emmerdale? – Kerry Wyatt left the eponymous ITV village in late 2022 in the wake of her fiancé Al Chapman’s death, As regular viewers of the Yorkshire-based drama will remember, the businessman was accidentally shot by Kyle Winchester during a heated confrontation with his long-term foe Cain Dingle.
The shot ended up being fatal and Cain was ready to take the blame for his young son’s actions. Soon after Al Chapman’s death, Kerry realised how low her finances actually were due to him splashing the cash for his secret mistress, Chas Dingle. Al had made plans to flee Emmerdale with Chas and her daughter Eve for a fresh start in a brand new house and with their many romps in luxurious hotels, his money was running low fast.
As a result, Kerry decided to take action and leave the Dales for a promising job on a cruise ship. She packed up her things, encouraged by Chas, and left both of her daughters, Amy and Chloe, behind, remaining completely unaware of what Al had been up to behind her back.
Who is the new woman in Emmerdale
Emmerdale’s Sophie star Martha Cope’s life including former EastEnders role
- As welcomes another newcomer to our screens as part of an exciting new storyline involving characters Gail Loman and Ryan Stocks, fans at home have been struck with a wave of deja vu, as they recognised the actress Martha Cope from her other soap roles!
- Martha’s mysterious character Sophie, made her when she sought out Gail to update her on the condition of someone named Oscar.
- As the episode progressed, it was soon revealed that Oscar was actually Gail’s teenage son and had been adopted by Sophie when he was just one week old – in a tragic soapland twist however, it was also revealed that he was battling an illness that would require a bone marrow transplant in order to survive.
Martha Cope made her Emmerdale debut as Sophie on Thursday’s visit to the Dales
- Begging Gail to get tested to see if she could save Oscar’s life, his birth mum agreed – but Gail did omit one crucial detail as she lied about no longer being in contact with Oscar’s dad, Ryan.
- The arrival of Martha in such a hard hitting and emotional storyline struck a chord with many viewers watching at home, however several fans couldn’t quite place which rival soaps she had appeared in before.
- Here we take a closer look at Martha’s exciting life off screen, including her impressive rival soap appearances
Why did Emily Symons leave Emmerdale?
Emily Symons missed out on family time when she was working abroad Home And Away star Emily Symons has confessed she regrets the time she spent away from her family working in the UK. The 43-year-old Australian actress moved to the UK for seven years in 2001, to play barmaid Louise Appleton in Emmerdale.
She left to move back Down Under and in 2010, reprised her role as ditzy blonde waitress Marilyn Chambers in Aussie soap Home And Away. Emily revealed: “I spent a lot of my life living away from my family and I do regret that now. “You can’t change it, that was my past, but I do feel like I wasted some valuable mum time.
“I spent 20 years off on this mad adventure, and then when I finally came home my mother died. I know everyone has tragedy in their lives, but I think that particularly rocked me. Turning 40 and losing my mother will always have an effect on me.” While she was in the UK she also competed in Dancing On Ice, but she revealed she doesn’t think she would say yes to such a challenge again.
Emily said: “I was really bad at it and I got hurt a lot. I did it to push my boundaries – I suffer from terrible nerves. I’m really bad at auditions. For someone who wanted to be an actress it’s a miracle I got a job basically! “It was an incredible experience in my life, but I look back on it and I don’t think I’d do it again.
I know I’m a lot older but if you asked me today I probably would say no.” But she added: “I loved being flung around. I loved when had my feet and he was swinging me around. I’m kind of fearless like that. I love galloping on horses and doing stuff like that.” :: Home And Away continues on Channel 5 on week nights.