Both ankles were dislocated and the bones in one leg pierced through her skin. Yet she was lucky. Had she frozen rather than run, Linsey says, she "wouldn’t be here today".
Despite the pain, her first thoughts were of Aleda. "I remember thinking that I had to breastfeed my baby," she recalls. "I’d only just dashed out and was planning to go straight back to feed her."
'EastEnders' newcomer Jonny Labey: "Paul is excited by Ben"
New EastEnders regular Paul Coker arrives in Walford with a bang next week, surprising his grandparents Les and Pam by turning up on Albert Square unexpectedly. Paul's early scenes on the Square see him catch the eye of Ben Mitchell, as well as uncovering a family secret when he realizes that something is going on between Les and Claudette Hubbard.
"He's a bit of a troublemaker," says Labey. "He's come back from his travels as he's been in Turkey, so in the first episodes I'm ridiculously tanned! Paul also stirs up a few touchy subjects. He causes a bit of mischief."
'Orange Is the New Black' Season 3 Will Be About Faith and Motherhood, Lighter Than Season 2
The new season will be lighter than previous ones but will still combine drama and comedy. (“Orange” competed as a comedy in last year’s Emmys, but the TV Academy ruled that it would be considered in the drama category.)
“It’s very important to me to play in both worlds because I don’t think anything is all serious or all humorous,” creator Jenji Kohan said. “I remember watching dramas and thinking when there was no humor or no comic relief that they didn’t reflect any sort of reality because there’s no such thing as life without humor. (But) you need a dramatic spine to hold it together.”
Ray Liotta on Cowboys, Texas Rising, and His Problem with Hollywood: The star of the new historical miniseries opens up about his latest role (not as a mobster)
"I've only done two mob movies, so it's not so much that I'm getting typecast as those things. Just like I've never been in a fight my whole life. I starred on a soap opera [Another World] and played the nicest guy in the world, a really principled, really religious type. I've been lucky, I have done different things, but Westerns weren't one of them. I've been out there, but you've got to show them. It's a catch-22, not just for me but for the majority of actors out there. They do a lot of different roles, but they get pigeonholed in certain things. Playing pretend is a great way to make a living, but this business sucks."
It's Time for Katherine Heigl to Return to 'Grey's Anatomy,' and Here's Why
She wouldn’t even have to return full-time, either. She could suture any old wounds with just a short stint — a scenario to Katherine Heigl Grey's Anatomywhich she was open as recently as 2012. “If they want me to return for an arc, I would love to know where Izzie is now,” she told TVLine at that time. “It’s been a couple of years. I really hope she’s succeeding somewhere.”