Lorna Fitzgerald is in a brand new romantic position in The Loss Adjuster (Image: Getty)
Former EastEnders star Lorna Fitzgerald is pleased to play a personality who ‘is aware of her personal thoughts’.
The actress performs bubbly Emmeline in British film The Loss Adjuster, a few hapless insurance coverage man who learns what’s vital to him after he loses all the things within the run as much as Christmas.
Lorna, finest recognized for her cleaning soap character Abi Branning, relished the variations between the 2 characters she has performed.
She instructed Metro.co.uk: ‘I feel that’s the most important distinction between Emmeline and Abi Branning, in comparison with what I used to be used to enjoying – that silently sturdy factor. She is aware of her thoughts and she or he’s quietly assured. She doesn’t have to show herself to anybody.
‘That was nice to play as a result of it’s simply good to play somebody who’s simply who they’re. You don’t need to do any insecurities or stuff like that, as a result of Luke was doing that.
It was nice enjoying with Luke and all my scenes are with him. All people was so welcoming from Luke to the crew. Typically if you happen to’re solely in just a few scenes, you possibly can really feel like the brand new child in school, however no they had been so pleasant which made it simpler to play.’
Lorna performs bubbly florist Emmeline (Image: Pink Flamingo FIlms)
Bros star Luke Goss performs insurance coverage loss adjuster Martin (Image: Pink Flamingo Movies)
As an actor, lockdown has been a unique expertise on the subject of auditioning as she now self-tapes from house.
Revealing issues had been ‘robust’ by way of appearing gigs at the beginning of the yr, Lorna is looking forward to an uptick in 2021.
Lorna is finest recognized for enjoying Abi Branning in EastEnders (Image: BBC)
‘There was the promise of thrilling new tasks however now it’s simply gone actually silent. I do know I’m not alone that, which there’s positively some solace in.
‘It’s robust for everybody however I’m seeing just a few persons are working which is nice. It does make me optimistic that issues will reopen once more.
‘They need to as a result of individuals watch TV they usually need that escapism you get from movie and theatre. I’m optimistic it can occur.’
The Loss Adjuster is out in cinemas in Wales, Scotland and Eire now, England from December 2, North America from December 1, and on DVD and on demand from November 30.