Emmerdale’s Dean Andrews to star in Channel 5 show Our Great Yorkshire Life fuelling soap exit rumours
Dean Andrews, a star of Emmerdale, is working on a TV project with a fellow soap opera co-star despite persistent leave rumors.
The Emmerdale actor Dean Andrews, 59, who portrays Will Taylor, will appear in the Our Great Yorkshire Life documentary series on Channel 5. Liam Fox, who portrays Dan Spencer in Emmerdale, will join him.
According to The Express, the pair will participate in a variety of activities for Our Great Yorkshire Life, including caving and kayaking. Liam claimed that he has known Dean for a long time.
We don’t actually have that many scenes together on Emmerdale, Liam said. We both work as actors, but he’s simply a guy, and we want to have a good time.
It was previously stated that Dean, a resident of Rotherham, would ‘ask’ soap executives to cast him in the rumored Life On Mars reboot. Dean portrayed Ray Carling, a copper, in the program.
The renowned DIC Gene Hunt and his team of officers were followed in Life On Mars and the spinoff series Ashes to Ashes. Gene Hunt was portrayed by Philip Glenister. The 1970s and 1980s were the period of the shows.
Ashes To Ashes ended in 2010, and there are rumors that Life On Mars, which it replaced, will probably be back. Dean predicts that we’ll probably see that nostalgic world pop up again.
“It appears to be a continuous situation. And, truth be told, if I were a betting man, I might stake a few pounds on it, added Dean, who portrays Will Taylor in the Emmerdale television series. “All I have to do is beg Emmerdale.
When we obtain more information, we’ll update you on the new Channel 5 TV program.