News – AU – Neighboring star Rob Mills confirms the return of Finn Kelly


Neighbor star Rob Mills has confirmed he filmed a surprise return on his character Finn Kelly, who was killed on-screen in 2020 after hitting his head and drowning

But Finn will not be brought back from the dead as his reappearance will actually be part of a plot in which Susan Kennedy (Jackie Woodburne) uses a visualization technique to grapple with the ordeal she endured thanks to Finn

Actor Rob told Australian newspaper The Herald Sun that he will start playing in Australia on Jan. March, revealing that this was just a short pause

“It’s only a short resurrection, not witchcraft,” he said (quotes via Daily Mail) “It was as good as it was written and shot Finn has an unfinished business”

The actor added that it was “weird” to be back on set after his previous departure but said he was delighted to be reunited with the cast and crew of the Soap

“It was weird to be back on set, but good to see their happy faces too, and I love working with the cast and crew,” he said. “I’m just thrilled that they have the Keeping filming all the way I love that my character never really left and stalked people “

Finn’s death will be replayed on Australian screens this week as Olivia Bell (Alyce Platt) returns Olivia betrayed the trust of Susan and her husband Karl Kennedy (Alan Fletcher) last summer when she received information from them used to write a comprehensive book on Finn’s crimes without her prior knowledge or consent

But when Olivia returns, she tells Susan that she now wants to write a “more truthful” account of what happened and asks her to speak to her again about her experience with Finn, despite Karl’s concern about revisiting her trauma for Susan, she firmly believes she wants to share the truth

Susan will later start using visualization techniques to end her ordeal with Finn, resulting in her “seeing” Finn, which is why actor Rob is filming new material as his character

Neighbors broadcast on weekdays at 1:45 a.m. and 530 p.m. on Channel 5 (UK) and weekdays at 6:30 a.m. on 10 Peach (Australia)

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