Ex Emmerdale favourite Sheree Murphy, who is reprising her role as Dakota Davies in Neighbours, has been spotted in London filming scenes with co-star Tim Kano
Ex Emmerdale favourite Sheree Murphy is reprising her role as Dakota Davies in Neighbours. And the 42-year-old actress has been shooting scenes this week in London alongside Ramsay Street regular, Tim Kano, as these new pictures reveal.
Sheree and Tim, who plays Paul Robinson's son Leo Tanaka, filmed by the River Thames as the hit Aussie soap adds a UK flavour to an upcoming storyline.
Sheree Murphy said: "I am so excited to be joining the cast of Neighbours once again! It’s even more special that it’s on British soil. Dakota is such a fun, sassy character to play I am interested to see what she’s up to 3 years on!”
Sheree is the wife of Australian football ace Harry Kewell and has spent a lot of time Down Under, relocating briefly in 2011, when Harry signed with Melbourne Victory
During the three months Sheree was on Neighbours, her businesswoman character caused havoc with a number of the show’s leading men including Stefan Dennis and Scott McGregor.
Neighbours airs Monday to Friday on Channel 5 at 1.45pm and 5.30pm.
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