Jeff Hordley issues plea for major Emmerdale star return as she confirms TV comeback

Jeff wants Charley to return to the Dales. (Image via Getty)

Legendary Emmerdale actor Jeff Hordley has expressed his desire for Charley Webb to make a comeback in recent interviews.

In the ITV soap opera, Charley portrayed Debbie Dingle, the daughter of Cain and Charity Dingle (Emma Atkins).

Debbie wasn’t seen again until 2021. In order to get vengeance on the evil Al (Michael Wildman), who had been seeing both of them at the same time, she joined forces with Priya (Fiona Wade).

Debbie and her mother Charity (Emma Atkins) had a major falling out before Debbie departed because Al had tricked Charity into telling the truth about how Debbie had set him up. After that, Debbie stated that she no longer had a connection with her mother.

A “source” told the media that Charley was “closing the door on Emmerdale for good and won’t be going back” when she left the show, leading to claims that she wouldn’t be taking up the position again.

Despite Charley giving her character a strong farewell, her co-stars haven’t stopped talking about how much they’d want to see her return to the community.

According to Jeff Hordley, who told The Sun: “Absolutely, all day long,” he is “desperate” to see his on-screen daughter back in the program. I talk to Charley a lot, although I believe she is rather preoccupied with other things.

For the time being, Charley has bid Debbie farewell (ITV image).

She was such a huge figure in the show and such an essential and necessary one that there is always opportunity for her to come back. It would be lovely to see her return since she created so many excellent narratives.

While Charley won’t be playing the same role just yet, she is expanding her acting repertoire by taking part in other TV shows.

She most recently appeared in BBC One’s Better, and in The Long Shadow this September, she will play a police officer.

A serial murderer known as The Yorkshire Ripper, Peter Sutcliffe, is the subject of the miniseries.

Police conducted a massive search to try and locate Peter between 1975 and 1981, which lasted for a total of five years and ultimately altered how the British police force functions today.

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