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Ollie Morgan has had a bit of a difficult time recently on Hollyoaks, being easily susceptible to the manipulation of others and leading him to do things that may not be in his nature.
Most recently, Ollie has found himself caught up in conspiracy theorist Becky Quentin's protests again the local hospital, leaving fans concerned for his future.
Gabriel Clark, who plays Ollie, has hinted however that there will be a big moment for his character that marks a turning point in his life.
Speaking to Inside Soap, he said of Ollie's future: "I want him to start to make some decisions for himself. And I think it will get to a point where he needs to do that – the year ahead will really force him to mature."
"To be honest, I would like Ollie to put himself first for a change," he added.
Ollie is known for capitulating to the stronger personalities around him, meaning that he isn't able to voice his own opinions or make his own choices easily.
This turning point for Ollie will hopefully come soon, as the Morgan family are increasingly desperate for Ollie to see sense when it comes to Becky.
In episodes that aired last week, we saw Becky telling Ollie that his father's dementia can be cured and convincing him to destroy medical supplies at the hospital, putting them all at risk.
His family has been pleading with him to cut ties with the conspiracy theorist, and though he changed his mind about Cindy despite Becky's influence, their blossoming romance will not be done any time soon.
The question is how far Ollie is willing to go for Becky before he hits the "turning point" that Clark talks about. We can only hope it will happen sooner rather than later – before all of his loved ones turn their back on him.
Hollyoaks airs new episodes from Mondays to Fridays at 6.30pm on Channel 4, with first-look screenings at 7pm on E4. Selected omnibus episodes are available via Amazon Prime Video.
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