On how working on soaps is different compared to theater, film and TV guest shots: "I would think the biggest difference is just the sheer volume of the work that we do. We do two shows a day. I think that’s the biggest thing. We move very fast. We don’t really get a lot of time to do two takes. We do one take and go. I think also [when] playing a character that’s been around for 10 or 20 years, that character kind of takes on a life of its own. I tend to be very excited about daytime. I like playing a character for a long period of time."
Producers hoping to persuade EASTENDERS matriarch Barbara Windsor to make permanent return
The 75 year old actress will return to the show - which she quit in 2010 after 16 years - as Walford matriarch Peggy Mitchell for one episode this fall, but the powers that be are keen to get her to return on a long-term basis.
If she does agree to come back, Barbara will follow in the footsteps of returnees Michael French and Samantha Womack, who are bringing their characters David Wicks and Ronnie Mitchell back to Albert Square.
Steve McFadden shoots "one of the most exciting scenes in EASTENDERS history" [SPOILER ALERT]
Viewers will see Phil Mitchell fighting for his life after a crash in his classic Rover car after a chase. Yesterday crews filmed a scene where the character is flung through the windscreen.
Son of CORONATION STREET legend Bill Tarmey claims his dad's ghost visited him to help with fight against cancer
"People might say this was a dream but it was real. My dad stood there and I said, ‘You look absolutely brilliant. Is this the way it is?'. And he said it was"
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