Charley Webb speaks out on Emmerdale exit and if she regrets her decision

Charley has no regrets (Picture: Ken McKay/ITV/Shutterstock)

Fans of Emmerdale may recognize Charley Webb best as the sassy Debbie Dingle because she portrayed the part from 2002 to 2021.

During her tenure on the program, she was a part of various intense stories, such as a teenage pregnancy in which she gave birth to her daughter Sarah by herself in a cabin in the woods.

After knocking Gennie Dingle off the road and learning that Cameron had killed her later in life, she became part in Killer Cameron’s reign of terror.

Actress Charley made the decision to quit the program in 2021 and went on to portray a variety of other parts, including a police officer in the newest ITV thriller The Long Shadow.

Charley plays WPC Anna Lawson in The Long Shadow, a film about the search for serial murderer Peter Sutcliffe.

The cast of the program is remarkable and include actors like Jill Halfpenny, Katherine Kelly, Toby Jones, David Morrissey, and Toby Jones.

Charley is now performing on stage in the Chichester Theatre’s production of Quiz, a play that tells the tale of Charles Ingram, a famous contestant on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire who notoriously scammed his way to the jackpot?

Diana, Charles’ wife, who was a key player in both Charles’ and the controversy that followed once he was discovered, is portrayed by Charley.

Charley has acknowledged that she has no regrets about leaving Emmerdale after experiencing such success elsewhere.

She told, “I personally felt like the time was right to make that jump from Emmerdale and I don’t have any regrets about it.”

She continued by describing how vital it is to her to select the appropriate project.

I want to challenge myself, therefore I just need to start picking the correct projects.

“It’s difficult to turn down work, but I trust my agent and the process.” Hopefully, I’ve chosen wisely thus far.

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