Angela Griffin teases Coronation Street comeback

Angela Griffin teases Coronation Street comeback

Angela Griffin has hinted she could be making another appearance on ‘Coronation Street’ as she has "unfinished business" in Weatherfield.
The 43-year-old actress recently appeared in a few scenes on the ITV soap as her character Fiona Middleton after 21 years away as part of a storyline which revealed that hairdresser Emma Brooker (Alexandra Mardell) was her daughter and Steve McDonald (Simon Gregson) was her real father.
Angela has now teased that she could be stepping back on the cobbles to resolve the situation with Steve and Emma and reveal why she kept him in the dark about his daughter for so many years.
Speaking at the 2019 TV Choice Awards, she said: "I think there is in terms that she (Emma) is my daughter and there’s unfinished business with Steve, obviously.
"But there’s no plans at the moment. I think they are just going to let that storyline play out and see what happens."
When asked if there could be a showdown on the cards with Steve in the future, she answered: "I’d love to film that. He’s got Tracy (Kate Ford), if anything I think the story would be Tracey, Steve and Fiona in a little triangle. We’ll see. It will always be a pop in and pop out."
Angela loved returning the show to film her scenes and admits she felt "really emotional" going back because ‘Corrie’ was the programme that launched her acting career.
The ‘Brief Encounters’ star – who originally portrayed Fiona from 1992 to 1998 – shared: "It was really lovely. I literally went for one day and shot it all, it was really emotional. It was a long time ago, when I started on that show I was my daughter’s age so to go back was amazing.
"I was quite sad it was for such a short period of time but I couldn’t [do more] because I am filming for Netflix so there is no way I could. It’s a show called ‘White Lines’ and it’s set in Ibiza."