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Emily Symons: Home and Away stuck with me

Emily Symons has revealed that she was always recognised in the UK for her role in Home and Away.

The actress reprised her role of Marilyn Chambers on the Australian soap after a 12-year hiatus. Emily Symons had previously played barmaid Louise Appleton in Emmerdale, before leaving in 2008.

“I have to say that I played a character for eight years who was called Louise and every single day people called me Marilyn,” she told Home and Away’s website.

“So she never left me really. I didn’t feel odd or uncomfortable upon returning. I felt like I never left.”

Home and Away is a Logie Award-winning Australian soap opera that has been produced in Sydney by the Seven Network since July 1987. It premiered in January 1988 and is the second longest-running drama on Australian television, winning more than 30 Logie Awards.

The show initially focused on the characters of Pippa (Vanessa Downing/Debra Lawrance) and Tom Fletcher (Roger Oakley), who ran the Summer Bay Caravan Park and lived there with a succession of foster children, most notably their adopted daughter Sally, played by Kate Ritchie.

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