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'Total eye-opener' Emmerdale's Mark Charnock 'shocked' over 'sheer weight' of stroke plot
Emmerdale actor Mark Charnock was left in “shock” after doing research for the show’s storyline that sees his character, Marlon Dingle, suffer a stroke. The 53-year-old told Express.co.uk and other media outlets how finding out more about the condition has been a “total eye-opener” for him.He also highlighted the “sheer weight” of the stroke figures in the UK, where “a stroke occurs every 5 minutes”.Mark said: “Working with Emmerdale‘s research team and the Stroke Association on this storyline has been a total eye-opener for me.“We hear the word ‘stroke’ bandied around a great deal, but being confronted with the sheer weight of numbers in this country alone has been a shock.“A stroke occurs every 5 minutes in the UK - over 100,000 a year.”Mark has expressed hopes that his portrayal will raise awareness on the “devastating” consequences of a stroke.He said: “More can and should be done to raise awareness and hopefully, this story can help with that.“It’s an enormous responsibility to try and get it right for the survivors and their families and for those who’ve lost loved ones to this awful event.The TV star continued: “No two strokes are the same, but the after-effects are devastating.“I’m very proud of the show for telling it and for letting me be a part of it.”Elsewhere during the interview, Mark reflected on how the stroke changed Marlon’s life “forever”.He explained that, following the stroke, Marlon’s outlook on the future changed as he feared he “can’t be the dad he wanted to be” for his children.Mark said: “I don't think he’s going to get to where he wants to be for a long time, and we're just at the beginning of his journey.“He can't work anymore, and he feels, wrongly, that he can't be the dad he wants to be
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Emmerdale's Mark Charnock urges viewers to 'change their lifestyles' after Marlon's stroke
Emmerdale star Mark Charnock, 53, has reflected upon the show’s storyline that sees his character, Marlon Dingle, suffer a stroke.The actor spoke to Express.co.uk and other media outlets about the scenes that will change Marlon’s life “forever”.Speaking of Marlon’s perspective on life after the stroke, Mark explained that the character now thinks he “can’t be the dad he wanted to be” for his children.However, other characters, including Marlon’s love interest Rhona Goskirk, will support him following the traumatic experience.Mark said: “I don't think he’s going to get to where he wants to be for a long time, and we're just at the beginning of his journey.“He can't work anymore, and he feels, wrongly, that he can't be the dad he wants to be anymore, which is everything to him, because of his incapacitation.“But because of Rhona and Paddy and other characters who come into this story who are a big support, there's some comedy in it too, there's some fun to be had in it and some lovely scenes with Paddy, really funny and well written in the hospital quite early on.“There’s a great deal of hope that things can only get better from where they are, there’s positivity to be had from it too so hopefully apart from it being distressing, traumatic for the characters, also it will inspire them to get their lives back.”Mark went on to explain how he hopes the impactful storyline inspires viewers to make a positive change to their lives.He said: “And hopefully it will inspire the people watching to maybe change their lifestyles a little bit in order to head this off before it happens to them – because it happens to so many people."Elsewhere in the interview, Mark admitted that the new plot is set to change Marlon’s life “forever”,
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Emmerdale fans fume as Paddy avoids visiting Marlon after life-changing stroke
Emmerdale fans fume as Paddy Kirk refuses to visit best friend Marlon Dingle as he continues to recover a life-changing stroke.During Monday’s instalment of the popular ITV soap, the beloved vet made every attempt to avoid visiting his pal who is slowly adjusting to the dramatic effects of his devastating illness.Just moments after the lovesick landlord announced his engagement to Rhona Kirk the long-time soap favourite he collapsed as doctors confirmed he may feel the effects of his stroke for some time.Viewers have been left heartbroken as they watched the devastating scenes unfold as the usually independent chef was desperately reliant on the aid of his friends and family.And it’s fair to say fans were furious at his best friend for his lack of support when he needs it most as they flooded to Twitter to share their thoughts on his shameful avoidance online.This is a live TV story and is constantly being notes updated.Please refresh the page regularly to get the latest TV updates.TV & Showbiz reporters are working to source the latest information, reaction, pictures and video related to this story.You can also follow us on Twitter @DailyStar, or follow us on Instagram @dailystar to get the latest TV and celeb gossip 24 hours a day.Or like our Daily Star Showbiz Facebook page to get the day's biggest stories, and have your say on them.Why not also subscribe to receive our regular Daily Star showbiz newsletters?You can do this on this page by simply entering your email address above and hitting 'subscribe'.Download the Daily Star app for flash alerts on the biggest stories of the day, so you don't miss out.Why not also subscribe to receive our regular Daily Star news bulletins? You can do this on this page by simply
Rhona Goskirk - Marlon Dingle - Vanessa Woodfield - Emmerdale's Mary 'actually Vanessa's mum' as fans twig huge Rhona DNA twist - dailystar.co.uk - county Dale
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Emmerdale's Mary 'actually Vanessa's mum' as fans twig huge Rhona DNA twist
Emmerdale's Rhona Goskirk could be in for yet another shock in upcoming episodes of the ITV soap, as fans have predicted her mum could also be the mother of someone very close to her in the Dales.Mary Goskirk entered the soap in recent weeks as she moved in with her daughter Rhona, and seemed eager to criticise her every move and her relationship with Marlon Dingle.With Marlon suffering a stroke after proposing to Rhona, it looks like Mary is stepping up to be a grandmother to April - but the family could be in for another big shock.Fans have seen Mary chatting to Vanessa Woodfield in a much nicer manner than she talks to her own daughter Rhona.And they think there's a striking resemblance between them - with some even suggesting that Mary could be Vanessa's mum as well as Rhona's. Taking to Twitter, one eagle-eyed fan wrote: "What if Rhona’s mum on #Emmerdale actually turns out to be Vanessa’s too? Seems much more like her." Someone else echoed: "Why are scenes with Vanessa and Mary SO much better than scenes between Rhona and Mary? feel like they’ve brought Louise Jameson in as the wrong characters mum!"As a third viewer said: "It’s the way they even look like they could be related!", with someone else agreeing: "I know they could easily be mother and daughter! It’s like Mary’s the mum Vanessa always wanted!"However, others simply wanted to see Vanessa's mum finally cast - with one writing: "If they ever decide to bring Vanessa’s mum in, I will accept nobody else but Susie Blake.
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Emmerdale's Mark Charnock details challenges of portraying 'traumatic' stroke storyline
Emmerdale character, Marlon Dingle, will see his life change forever as he is rushed to hospital after suffering a stroke.The storyline, which Mark described as “traumatic”, presented the actor with some challenges as he aimed to portray the experience as accurately as possible.In order to ensure the scenes are as true as real stroke survivors’ experiences, Mark worked closely with the Stroke Association.He also had the help of real life stroke survivor Nick Hounsfield as he navigated the scenes.Speaking to Express.co.uk and other media outlets, Mark explained that each stroke is different and can present itself in various ways.Mark said: "Each stroke is profoundly different.“For the story we're telling, there will be 99 other people who say, that is not what happened to me.“You can only tell the one story and hope that you represent faithfully what happens afterwards, and what people will have to go through.“That is where the real responsibility lies.”Speaking of the support from The Stroke Association, Mark continued: “It was extraordinarily helpful.“I’m constantly asking the medical professionals, 'can I do this? What can I do with my good hand at this point?'“It's details that are going to sell the story to people who have been through it.The research has been everything."Mark also had help from a stroke specialist who was working on set with him and the actor has described as “fantastic”.While preparing for the scenes, Mark also had Zoom meetings with doctors and speech therapists who work with the Stroke Association.Mark said the stroke was a “distressing” and “traumatic” experience for Marlon.But he highlighted that the incident will inspire Marlon and his partner, Rhona Goskirk, to “get their lives back.”The TV
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Emmerdale's Zoe Henry and Mark Charnock on characters having 'traumatic' new storyline
Emmerdale actors Zoe Henry and Mark Charnock have revealed the life-changing experience their characters, Rhona Goskirk and Marlon Dingle, will go through together.The fictional couple’s lives were turned upside down when Marlon suffered a stroke just when they decided to get engaged.Rhona and Marlon were set to propose to each other when Marlon started to feel frightened and disoriented before feeling his consciousness fade.Worried about her dad, April rushes home to find him struggling to stay conscious.Mark described his character’s incident as a “distressing” and “traumatic” experience, while Zoe defined it as “a new challenge”.However, the couple does not lose hope as they are determined to overcome the “bump in the road”.Mark told Express.co.uk and other media outlets: "There’s a great deal of hope that things can only get better from where they are, there’s positivity to be had from it too.“So hopefully apart from it being distressing, traumatic for the characters, also it will inspire them to get their lives back."And hopefully it will inspire the people watching to maybe change their lifestyles a little bit in order to head this off before it happens to them because it happens to so many people."Asked about April’s emotions following her dad’s stroke, Zoe pointed out that she had also suffered the loss of her mother and that there were “a lot of things echoing for her.”She said: “The kids sometimes are way more adaptable and accepting than he gives them credit for and she’s pretty strong and she’s amazing.“But you can’t erase the fact that she’s lost her own mother not that long ago, so there’s a lot of things echoing for her.”Zoe went on to explain how Rhona coped with the traumatic experience and how her life
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Emmerdale Rhona star's real-life connection with on-screen mum as Mary makes soap debut
Emmerdale viewers will be introduced to Rhona Goskirk's mum Mary in upcoming scenes.The village vet has always had a strained relationship with her mother and is left gobsmacked when she arrives in the village just as she proposes to Marlon Dingle (Mark Charnock)Mary actress Louise Jameson has opened up about joining the cast of the ITV soap and opened up about her close bond with her on-screen daughter away from the village.She said: "Zoe Henry, who plays Rhona, comes from the exactly same place as me in Essex."We have a lot in common with each other which is a wonderful coincidence so we can really identify as mother and daughter."We've both played in the same parks and same forest growing up."I think she's fantastic on and off screen and I feel blessed to be paired up with her really."Emmerdale have a buddy scheme and she's my buddy so I feel like I've struck gold."Louise went on to tease what fans can expect from the Emmerdale village newcomer.She said "Mary is very much a push-pull character."I think she probably suffers from narcissistic personality disorder as most of her sentences start with "I"."Mary is going to get her fingers in as many pies as possible."She's got an opinion on everything that should be happening in the village rather than what could be happening in the village."Mary and Rhona push each other's buttons a lot of the time like a lot of mothers and daughters. However, when push comes to shove they've got each others backs."I hope that will be what becomes very apparent to our audience.
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