Several significant characters from Emmerdale have passed away in the course of the show’s 50th anniversary celebrations.
In recent months, Isobel Steele’s Liv Flaherty, Katherine Dow Blyton’s Harriet Finch, Michael Wildman’s Al Chapman, and Faith Dingle’s Sally Dexter have all left Emmerdale. Marlon Dingle actor Mark Charnock acknowledged at the Inside Soap Awards 2022 that he didn’t take his role on the ITV soap “for granted.”
Mark spoke candidly about his future in the Dales with Express.co.uk.
Mark reacted by saying, “That’s the one,” when asked if he ever worries Marlon will be “killed off.”
“In my opinion, it’s better to think that way because if not, you’ll assume it.
I’m here until the end of the contract, after which it’s up to them, as far as I’m concerned.
He continued, “I believe it’s better never to assume.
After trying to assert herself during her battle with cancer, Faith tragically passed away from an overdose.
Cain will struggle, Mark reflected on how the Dingles will manage.
“Despite all of her flaws, her flaws are what make her so lovable, so I think they’ll all struggle.
“Everyone respects Sally the actress so much because she is so amazing.”
Zoe Henry, who starred in Mark and Rhona Gorkirk, won the best romance prize at the Inside Soap Awards.
The performer explained why he believed the village couple was a favorite of the Emmerdale audience.
There is so much history behind them, and I believe the audience is aware of it because they have taken an interest in their ups and downs throughout the years.
Given their past experiences, they have been in the worst possible situation, so I believe we can only hope that they have a solid foundation. However, you never know.
“I believe that given their current situation, they will continue to struggle in life.
However, they have each other and get along well with one another.
“It was romance born out of utter tragedy,” Mark continued.
The audience has clearly recognized that the film is not your typical love story, which is fascinating about receiving that award.
“It’s a woman trying to nurse her man back to himself, both literally and figuratively,” the author said.
“I always imagine that after his stroke, she is helping him fill himself back in like an outline.”
He continued, “I think the audience has seen her commitment to him.
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