Emmerdales Chloe star teases identity of dad as fans could meet him soon

Ever since Chloe Harris arrived on the scene in Emmerdale, fans have been desperate to find out who her mysterious father is.

And we could be a step closer to finding out, as actress Jessie Elland teased the return of the mysterious figure, along with his identity.

Chloe has confirmed in the soap that the man she always called dad is 'dangerous' and goes by the name Damon – though her biological father is called Tony, Kerry confirmed.

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Damon was and remains behind bars in prison, and has never appeared on screen.

It has led to plenty of speculation from fans, with some even suggesting that newcomer Caleb Miligan could be assuming the identity of a Dingle brother and is really dad to Chloe.

However, speaking to Daily Star and other press, actress Jessie teased that it will be "really interesting" if Chloe's dad reappears on the scene.

She said: "I mean, I don't know if we will [meet him], but I think that will be really interesting. I'm just as excited as everyone else to see what happens with that one, so we'll just have to wait and see collectively!"

Jessie added: "That's the first thing anyone asks me: 'Who's your dad, when are we going to meet your dad?'"

In the same interview, Mackenzie Boyd actor Lawrence Robb – whose character is set to become a dad for the first time with Chloe – confirmed that the reaction he gets from fans isn't always so kind.

He explained: "Viewers have lots to say. Mackenzie is very good fun to play, I do enjoy playing him. I very often don’t condone his actions, as Lawrence. But we’re actors and we’re given a script and we do what is written.

"I certainly wouldn’t go about doing things how Mazkenzie would, but that’s the drama of it!

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"I think sometimes viewers confuse the actor with the character and then start going down a more personal route, which as an actor in an environment like this… it’s part and parcel of the job.

"But some of it can be quite hard, I guess, sometimes. But you need to take the rough with the smooth with that kind of thing, and just know that what you’re doing as the character is good work, because it’s creating these reactions in viewers.

"So I guess that’s a good thing!" he admitted.

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