As fans of Emmerdale will know, we’re about to see killer Cameron Murray exhuming the body of his victim Alex Moss – who was played by Kurtis Stacey – and relocating the remains…
Which he was forced to do after Declan Macey (Jason Merrells) bought the woodland area with a view to redeveloping it. So of course, fearing that workmen would unearth Alex’s corpse – and therefore identify that he was a victim of murder and maybe even point to Cameron being his killer – Cameron undertook the grisly task under cover of darkness… Read more & comment »
Last week, we met with the cast and crew of ITV soap Emmerdale at the show’s studios in Leeds, and while there, we talked to the gorgeous Dominic Power about his character Cameron Murray, who has of course already murdered Carl King and Alex Moss…
However, fans need not fear that Dominic is going to disappear from the soap any time soon – if Cameron is arrested and imprisoned for his crimes – because the actor told us, “I’m told that in soap land, it takes six killings before viewers demand justice.”
So yay! There’s four more to go before we risk losing Cameron! Read more & comment »
On Friday, I met with Emmerdale star Dominic Power during a press day at the show’s studios in Leeds, and once I’d stopped drooling and picked my bottom jaw up off the floor – he’s even prettier in real life than he is as Cameron Murray – I managed to talk to him about all things Cameron…
Including why he thinks Cameron has become a murderer, but first, I began by asking if he finds it hard to play the twisted side of Cameron’s persona; the murderous, violent Cameron.
He replied, “That’s the easy part if I’m honest. Playing the big emotions of that kind of stuff is actually a lot easier than just being, with nothing by way of actual drama… Read more & comment »
Fans of Emmerdale will know that Cameron Murray has so far murdered two people – farm worker Alex Moss, who was played by the gorgeous Kurtis Stacey, and Carl King, who was played by the equally lovely Tom Lister – however, it seems the body count may yet rise, as Dominic Power has revealed in a recent interview…
Dominic, who’s played the role of Cameron since 2011, made the revelation while discussing his character’s current plot twist, which will see him exhume Alex’s body in order to prevent the remains being discovered. The land where he buried the unfortunate farmhand is about to be dug over as redevelopment work begins.
However, in order to find the time to carry out the gruesome task, Cameron has to miss the fundraising event which he organised on behalf of Brenda Walker (Lesley Dunlop) who recently underwent surgery to remove a brain tumour. Read more & comment »
As we reported this week, in upcoming episodes of Emmerdale, killer Cameron Murray is set to be horrified anew by his actions when he’s forced to exhume the body of Alex Moss (Kurtis Stacey) who he of course murdered after confessing to Alex that he, not Chas (Lucy Pargeter) had killed Carl King (Tom Lister).
Cameron is of course forced to carry out the gruesome exhumation after Declan Macey (Jason Merrells) announces his plans to carry out work on the woodland area where Alex is buried… Read more & comment »
Cameron Murray has of course been a very worried man of late, given that Declan Macey (Jason Merrells) has bought the land where Cameron buried the body of his victim Alex Cross, and has all manner of work planned for the wooded area…
So of course, Cameron (Dominic Power) has been frantically trying to move the body before workmen discover it, but he’s encountered one hurdle after another, not least thanks to his girlfriend Chas Dingle (Lucy Pargeter) and her sister Gennie Walker (Sian Reese-Williams) who are convinced that Cameron is having an affair, thanks to his dodgy behaviour of late… Read more & comment »
The clock is ticking for killer Cameron Murray, given that Declan Macey (Jason Merrells) has ordered that work at Sparrow begin right away, which sends Cameron (Dominic Power) into a panic as he has yet to retrieve Alex Cross’s body…
So in the episode that airs on Monday, May 6, we’ll see a frantic Cameron heading to the gravesite with digging tools and a tarpaulin, determined to find and move the body before it’s too late.
However, it takes him a long time to locate the grave, but when he finally does, he begins digging… Read more & comment »
Emmerdale viewers will know that murderer Cameron Murray (Dominic Power) is currently frantic at the prospect that his crimes could be uncovered if the body of one of his victims, Alex Cross, is discovered when work begins on the land where he’s buried…
So naturally, Cameron is in a state of constant panic as he repeatedly tries to get away from the village – and his girlfriend Chas – long enough to dig up the corpse and move it somewhere else.
And his temperament isn’t helped by the fact that Chas’s sister Gennie (Sian Reese-Williams) can smell a rat and is suspicious about Cameron’s recent behaviour. Read more & comment »
It is that time of year again, time to cast your vote in this year’s British Soap Awards as the six categories open to the general public have revealed their short list nominations.
The British Soap Awards, due to take place next month, is your chance to voice your appreciation for your favourite actresses and actors in the world of the Great British Soap Opera.
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Fans of Emmerdale will of course know that Cameron Murray has killed twice; first he murdered Carl King, then he bopped off farm worker Alex Cross after poor Alex heard Cameron confess to having killed Carl…
But according to Dominic Power, who of course plays Cameron, his character’s killing spree won’t end there!
While speaking to the Radio Times about the latest plot twist for his character, which as we reported will see him in a race against time to move Alex’s body before work begins on the land where he’s buried, Dominic explained that Cameron is a man on the edge. Read more & comment »
Coming up in next week’s episodes of Emmerdale, it looks as though Cameron Murray’s crimes could be quite literally unearthed when work is set to begin on the woodland area where he buried his victim, Alex Cross…
The drama begins when Steve Harland (Tom Mannion) gets revenge on Declan Macey (Jason Merrells) – for the horse buying syndicate deal that Declan cut Steve out of recently – by outbidding him for land at Sparrow Woods which is near the Home Farm estate.
However, Cameron (Dominic Power) couldn’t care less about the backbiting and scheming between Steve and Declan, but he is horrified to realise that irrespective of whoever ends up with the land, work to convert the woodland to a more usable area will begin very soon. Read more & comment »
In next week’s episodes of Emmerdale, chancer Robbie Lawson may well be regretting playing the big man around Cameron Murray when the fuming killer kidnaps Robbie and beats him before shoving him, bound and gagged into the back of his van!
And as regular viewers of Emmerdale will know, the same thing happened to Alex Moss, right before killer Cameron (Dominic Power) made the Scouser his second murder victim – he of course previously murdered Carl King – and buried his body in the woods.
So is Robbie (Jamie Shelton) going to meet a similar fate? Well, that’s under wraps for now, but the drama begins when Robbie angers Cameron by openly flogging the knock-off booze – that he and Debbie Dingle (Charley Webb) are selling – in The Woolpack… Read more & comment »
Fans of Emmerdale will know that Carl King’s son Thomas (Mark Flanagan) has been a right royal – if justifiably so – pain in the backside for Chas Dingle ever since he arrived in the village…
So it’s somewhat surprising that she’s about to give the troublesome teen a job at the Woolpack, and given that Thomas has hounded and berated Chas (Lucy Pargeter) unsurprisingly, her fiancé Cameron Murray will be decidedly unhappy about it!
And as we’ll see, Thomas has only been working at the pub for five minutes when he ruins a romantic night in for Chas and Cameron, which does nothing to ingratiate the lad with killer Cam… Read more & comment »
There’s love and romance – some of it ‘bad romance’ – in the air for the residents of Emmerdale this month as it’s been revealed that not only will Alicia Gallagher land herself a new man, but also that Debbie Dingle is still in love with her former boyfriend Cameron Murray, who has of course just proposed to his lover – and Debbie’s aunt – Chas Dingle (Lucy Pargeter).
Beginning with who’s set to woo Alicia, while speaking to OK! magazine, Natalie Anderson – who of course plays lovelorn Alicia – refused to reveal the identity of her character’s new and would-be suitor.
She said, “[It's] someone in the village, and I can’t say who! But she is pursued by this person – in a very nice way.
“She’s not sure about her feelings, but the attention is nice, and of course it will be fascinating to see how David reacts to that!” Read more & comment »
Fans of Emmerdale will surely know that killer Cameron Murray is headed back to the village, having been away for a couple of weeks visiting his kids in Jersey…
However, he’s not going to be welcomed back with open arms from his lover Chas Dingle, because even though she’s secretly relieved he’s back, she’s furious with him for not contacting her at all while he was away.
And that lack of contact led Chas to believe that Cameron (Dominic Power) had abandoned her and wasn’t going to return to the village.
But as we’ll see in episodes next week, when Chas tells Cameron that she wants to leave the village for good, he’ll try to persuade her that running away isn’t the answer. But when she remains adamant, he’ll propose to her in a bid to make sure she stays put! Read more & comment »