Former 'Doctor Who' star Jenna Coleman has admitted she "could" return to 'Waterloo Road'.
The 36-year-old star portrayed school girl Lindsay James in the BBC drama series - alongside the likes of Bridgerton's Phoebe Dynevor and 'EastEnders' star Zaraah Abrahams - and she remained coy when asked whether she would be reprising her role anytime soon.
When quizzed on 'Capital Breakfast with Roman Kemp' if there is "any chance" she could make a cameo in the recently rebooted show, former 'Emmerdale' star Jenna said: "Oh my goodness. I mean I did that show probably about 16 years ago ... I think my character ended up in prison."
Lindsay was found guilty of the murder of her father Tony James and was sent to prison, but was later released and ran away.
Asked whether Lindsay could come back, Jenna added: "She could ... but, I think she's still serving time."
Adam Thomas recently reprised his role as Donte Charles in ‘Waterloo Road’, which saw his character’s wife Chlo (Kate Griffiths) die in the reboot's premiere episode.
Former 'Emmerdale' star Adam admitted he could relate to his character's grief in the storyline, after his soul singer dad Dougie James died unexpectedly aged 72 in 2020.
He added: “Everything happens for a reason. The storyline came at the right time for me - maybe that was a message from my dad.
“I didn’t realise how much I was grieving until I did the research into the character.
“I always used to talk about my dad, then when he passed, I blocked it out as though it never happened.
“I’m very thankful the storyline came around when it did because not only has it helped me, but other people.
“I get loads of messages from people saying thank you for the storyline so if we can help people along the way, happy days.”
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