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New details of Jamie Lomas’ Hollyoaks departure revealed

OHMYGOSSIP — New details of Warren Fox’s departure from ‘Hollyoaks’ have been revealed.
It was recently revealed that 48-year-old actor Jamie Lomas has decided to walk away from the show at the end of his current contract and returning Freddie Roscoe actor Charlie Clapham teased his character could be responsible for Warren’s departure.
He told The Mirror: “I’d be disappointed if I wasn’t involved. I wanna take him down, why not. I think Freddie took out Fraser Black way, way back in the day. He’s got previous, I can’t see any reason why it couldn’t be him.
“I think Freddie would revel in being a bit of a Kingpin. I think he would make a great villain because he’s got so many flaws. Freddie’s always liable to fall in love, to do the wrong thing and then try to do the right thing.
“There’s always a complexity with him that I don’t think you get with a lot of characters. There’s always something else, there’s always another thing nobody knows about and that’s really fun as an actor. It’s great, you can have him do anything and just be like, ‘well yeah, it’s Freddie Roscoe’.”
In February, Channel 4 announced plans to cut ‘Hollyoaks’ from five episodes a week to just three, and Jamie has decided that it is the ideal time for him to walk away from the programme.
A source told The Sun newspaper: “Jamie has been at the centre of some of the soap’s biggest storylines and has been back in ‘Hollyoaks’ now for nearly eight years, which is a long time.
“It’s been a long stint which he has loved but with all the changes going on he felt the time was right to move on.”
The insider added: “He told bosses last week and they are already working on his exit storyline.
“The door will be left open and it is hoped he’ll be back again as Warren Fox on day.”
Meanwhile, Ian Katz, the chief content officer at Channel 4, recently claimed that the show’s revamp will ensure that ‘Hollyoaks’ remains “compulsive viewing for a new generation of fans as viewing habits change”.
He said: “The show has always been at the forefront of innovation in all of its forms, including increasing and decreasing episode numbers in response to viewing habits. These changes are a decisive step forward, designed to reflect how audiences are watching.
“A tighter schedule promises a new era of more scale and impact. We are of course mindful of the impacts on the production team and will work closely with (production company) Lime Pictures to minimise these where possible.”

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