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Emmerdale actress Louise Jameson on returning as ‘completely different’ character

Louise Jameson, who previously appeared on the hit ITV soap as a different character, has recently joined the cast of EMMERDALE.

Louise Jameson played Mary Goskirk, the mother of Rhona Goskirk (Zoe Henry) in Emmerdale. Her antics in the village have already been enjoyed by ITV soap fans, with some recognizing her as a familiar face. Long-time viewers may remember Louise from the soap, as she briefly appeared on the hit show in 1973 as a different character.
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Louise talked about her return to Emmerdale in a recent interview with Express.co.uk and other outlets.

“Back on the Emmerdale set after 50 years,” she began, “but of course you’ve picked it up and transported it, haven’t you, from where I filmed, which is out near Ilkley if my memory serves me correctly?”

“There was a great generosity of spirit back then, but the machine is extraordinary.”

“It feels like I’ve jumped on a fast-moving carousel, and for the first 10 days, I felt like I was barely catching my breath.”

“There’s a group of 60 actors, let alone everyone behind the camera, and the entire machine that keeps the thing running because there are three machines moving at any given time.”

“Yeah, the hospitality and generosity of spirit were incredible. Stunningly beautiful.

“It’s cliche, but I’ve felt truly welcomed into a family,” the actress admitted.

Louise then went on to talk about the character she played on the soap back in 1973.

“I played Sharon Crossthwaite, who was the daughter of the postmistress,” she explained.

“I came in and was raped and murdered off-camera,” the soap star explained. I don’t think we were as daring back then.

“However, I believe I was the first woman to be murdered in a soap opera.” That’s how I got my name!

She joked, “I might use it as the title of my autobiography at some point.”

“She was a very sweet, innocent, young girl,” Louise continued about her former character.

“Because we can’t bring her back because she’s dead,” the actress explained, “I’ve returned as someone completely [different].”

However, Louise has a history with another popular soap, so viewers may recognize her from her previous role in Emmerdale.

In 1998, she joined the cast of BBC’s EastEnders as Rosa di Marco, a restaurant owner.

Louise played Rosa in the iconic Albert Square until 2000, after which her character died off-screen in 2002.

She’s also known for her role in Doctor Who as Leela, one of the Fourth Doctor’s companions.

In 1977 and 1978, she co-starred in the hit science fiction series with Tom Baker.

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Louise Jameson, who previously appeared on the hit ITV soap as a different character, has recently joined the cast of EMMERDALE.

Louise Jameson played Mary Goskirk, the mother of Rhona Goskirk (Zoe Henry) in Emmerdale. Her antics in the village have already been enjoyed by ITV soap fans, with some recognizing her as a familiar face. Long-time viewers may remember Louise from the soap, as she briefly appeared on the hit show in 1973 as a different character.
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Louise talked about her return to Emmerdale in a recent interview with Express.co.uk and other outlets.

“Back on the Emmerdale set after 50 years,” she began, “but of course you’ve picked it up and transported it, haven’t you, from where I filmed, which is out near Ilkley if my memory serves me correctly?”

“There was a great generosity of spirit back then, but the machine is extraordinary.”

“It feels like I’ve jumped on a fast-moving carousel, and for the first 10 days, I felt like I was barely catching my breath.”

“There’s a group of 60 actors, let alone everyone behind the camera, and the entire machine that keeps the thing running because there are three machines moving at any given time.”

“Yeah, the hospitality and generosity of spirit were incredible. Stunningly beautiful.

“It’s cliche, but I’ve felt truly welcomed into a family,” the actress admitted.

Louise then went on to talk about the character she played on the soap back in 1973.

“I played Sharon Crossthwaite, who was the daughter of the postmistress,” she explained.

“I came in and was raped and murdered off-camera,” the soap star explained. I don’t think we were as daring back then.

“However, I believe I was the first woman to be murdered in a soap opera.” That’s how I got my name!

She joked, “I might use it as the title of my autobiography at some point.”

“She was a very sweet, innocent, young girl,” Louise continued about her former character.

“Because we can’t bring her back because she’s dead,” the actress explained, “I’ve returned as someone completely [different].”

However, Louise has a history with another popular soap, so viewers may recognize her from her previous role in Emmerdale.

In 1998, she joined the cast of BBC’s EastEnders as Rosa di Marco, a restaurant owner.

Louise played Rosa in the iconic Albert Square until 2000, after which her character died off-screen in 2002.

She’s also known for her role in Doctor Who as Leela, one of the Fourth Doctor’s companions.

In 1977 and 1978, she co-starred in the hit science fiction series with Tom Baker.

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Louise Jameson, who previously appeared on the hit ITV soap as a different character, has recently joined the cast of EMMERDALE.

Louise Jameson played Mary Goskirk, the mother of Rhona Goskirk (Zoe Henry) in Emmerdale. Her antics in the village have already been enjoyed by ITV soap fans, with some recognizing her as a familiar face. Long-time viewers may remember Louise from the soap, as she briefly appeared on the hit show in 1973 as a different character.
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Louise talked about her return to Emmerdale in a recent interview with Express.co.uk and other outlets.

“Back on the Emmerdale set after 50 years,” she began, “but of course you’ve picked it up and transported it, haven’t you, from where I filmed, which is out near Ilkley if my memory serves me correctly?”

“There was a great generosity of spirit back then, but the machine is extraordinary.”

“It feels like I’ve jumped on a fast-moving carousel, and for the first 10 days, I felt like I was barely catching my breath.”

“There’s a group of 60 actors, let alone everyone behind the camera, and the entire machine that keeps the thing running because there are three machines moving at any given time.”

“Yeah, the hospitality and generosity of spirit were incredible. Stunningly beautiful.

“It’s cliche, but I’ve felt truly welcomed into a family,” the actress admitted.

Louise then went on to talk about the character she played on the soap back in 1973.

“I played Sharon Crossthwaite, who was the daughter of the postmistress,” she explained.

“I came in and was raped and murdered off-camera,” the soap star explained. I don’t think we were as daring back then.

“However, I believe I was the first woman to be murdered in a soap opera.” That’s how I got my name!

She joked, “I might use it as the title of my autobiography at some point.”

“She was a very sweet, innocent, young girl,” Louise continued about her former character.

“Because we can’t bring her back because she’s dead,” the actress explained, “I’ve returned as someone completely [different].”

However, Louise has a history with another popular soap, so viewers may recognize her from her previous role in Emmerdale.

In 1998, she joined the cast of BBC’s EastEnders as Rosa di Marco, a restaurant owner.

Louise played Rosa in the iconic Albert Square until 2000, after which her character died off-screen in 2002.

She’s also known for her role in Doctor Who as Leela, one of the Fourth Doctor’s companions.

In 1977 and 1978, she co-starred in the hit science fiction series with Tom Baker.

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