My diaries were where I could scream or laugh or simply observe.’Now she is publishing her diary, along with a toolkit of psychological advice and practical guidance born of her experience, which she hopes will help others through a similarly tough time.‘I want to show it’s OK to have fear, bewilderment and rage when life challenges you.
star Sian Reese-Williams has admitted that she wants her character Gennie Sharma to play a part in Cameron Murray's comeuppance, despite her shock murder.
Gennie became the killer's latest victim in last night's double bill (July 25) as he suffocated her following her terrifying car crash.
‘My aunt and one of my closest friends died early from breast cancer,’ she says, adding: ‘My mum didn’t survive the disease either.
I consider myself extremely lucky that mine was spotted early and dealt with promptly.’The outlet for all her fear, pain and gut-churning worry was her diary. Not for me or anyone else to read, but to maintain sanity.
She graduated in Drama from the University of Hull and trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama.