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“I didn’t think anyone was going to laugh at me,” she reveals. Later, when talking about playing Meg Giry in the film version of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical, The Phantom of the Opera, she admits to being “absolutely terrified” on the first day of filming.
You wonder, given her apparent nerves, how Ellison functions in this business.
But, despite her own trepidation, it is also clear that she is a performer who is, deep down, confident in her abilities and is determined to succeed.
A lot of the actors still in it when I left struggled to get work.” She adds: “Doing my own music straight off the back of Brookside got me known as Jennifer Ellison, rather than Emily Shadwick.
If you stay in a soap too long, and don’t do much after it, people will always know you as that character.” And have people in the theatre industry welcomed her?