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Emmerdale’s Liam Fox ‘missed out’ on storyline after catching COVID-19

OHMYGOSSIP — Liam Fox “missed out” on an ‘Emmerdale’ storyline after he tested positive for coronavirus.
The 50-year-old soap star – who has played Dan Spencer since 2011 – has opened up on his first year of marriage after he and co-star Joanna Hudson-Fox tied the knot in February 2020, but things took an unexpected turn when they both caught COVID-19 in January.
Liam told OK! magazine: “I missed out on a storyline, so I haven’t been in work since November.
“But in fairness I’m one of those characters that’s busy for short periods then used sparingly.
“I’m happy to fade into the background from time to time.”
Liam joked that married life has “been a nightmare”.
He quipped: “It’s been a nightmare. No, it’s been alright, aside from us both getting the virus after Christmas.”
Joanna added: “It’s like we’ve had the longest honeymoon ever! But getting COVID was like, ‘Right, the honeymoon period really is over now!’ ”
Liam admitted Joanna – who has Myasthenia Gravis, which causes muscle weakness – suffered “worse” with the virus, although she doesn’t know if her condition meant she experienced more severe symptoms.
He said: “JoJo was worse than me. I was meant to be in work and I had a headache and sore throat, so I got a test.”
Liam – who was previously married to ‘Hollyoaks’ legend Nicole Barber-Lane (Myra McQueen) – celebrates 10 years on ‘Emmerdale’ this year as his character first appeared on the programme in November 2011.
And he previously admitted one of the reasons he is still in the village is thanks to his former co-stars Kelli Hollis (Ali Spencer), Alicya Eyo (Ruby Haswell), and Luke Roskell (Sean Spencer) making him so welcome on his first day in the Dales.
Asked if it feels as though he has been on the soap for nearly a decade, he said last year: “It doesn’t. It goes so quick, it’s absolutely insane.
“I wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for my [on-screen] family when I first started the show. Kelli Hollis, Alicya Eyo, Luke Roskell.
“I was made to feel so welcome on that first day. They made it dead easy for me. And I’m still here 10 years later, and it’s down to those guys.”

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