Danny Miller has discussed whether or not Emmerdale viewers may anticipate seeing him make a comeback.
The actor, who portrayed fan favorite Aaron Dingle in the ITV serial opera, reconnected with fans at the CUREUsher event, which was hosted by Mark Jordon and Laura Norton, two of his former co-stars, to support individuals suffering with Usher syndrome.
Jesse and Ronnie, the sons of Mark and Laura, share Usher syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that impairs both hearing and vision.
Mark, who plays Daz Spencer, and Laura, who portray Kerry Wyatt, were immediately praised by Danny, 32, who noted that they had “put a lot of hard work into it.”
He said on the red carpet, “Having expertise in this type of situation myself, I’ve tried to offer them tiny advice along the road.”
“The work they’ve done together is incredible. I hope they earn a lot of money for a wonderful cause, perhaps one that isn’t well-known,”
The role of Aaron that Danny portrayed in Emmerdale from 2008 until 2022 is what made him most famous.
Throughout his time on the program, Aaron was a part of several memorable plotlines, including the cherished romance with Robert Sugden (Ryan Hawley).
Following his sentence, Robert had more sorrow when his boyfriend Ben Tucker was killed by the serial murderer Meena Jutla, which prompted him to leave the named community in search of a new beginning.
In honor of Emmerdale’s 50th anniversary, which witnessed the terrible death of Aaron’s sister Liv Flaherty (Isobel Steele), Danny briefly returned to the character he first played the previous year.
Could Danny possibly return to the community, though?
The actor replied, “You never say never with soap.” “Perhaps one day. We’ll see how it goes and how long it takes, but I am enjoying being a parent of two right now and riding that wave.
Cross your fingers!
Emmerdale airs on ITV1 and ITVX on weeknights at 7:30 p.m.