Accident Star Amanda Henderson Reacts To Robyn’s Shocking Outing

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Victim Star Amanda Henderson has opened up about her shock exit from the BBC medical drama this week.

Yesterday (March 18), long-serving ward nurse Robyn Miller finally left the show after 10 years in a dramatic twist, leaving viewers in suspense for an entire week.

Ready to quit soap opera, Robyn moved to Wigan with her partner Paul and their daughter Charlotte, but after a series of unfortunate events she was caught in a road accident. However, things got better for the fans when holby townSacha Levy’s was enlisted to help. But after the surgeon’s best efforts, the life-saving surgery proved too challenging, and Robyn died on the operating table.

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The actress shared a tribute to her time on the show via social media, posting an image to Instagram followers captioned, “10 years of you Robyn! It’s been a pleasure.”

Posted around the time her last episode aired, the image showed a television clapperboard with images of her alongside Jason Durr as David Hide and Shaheen Jafargholi as Marty Kirby, with “End of an era” written on it. The two nurses also left the soap opera in the same episode.

Cast members, fans, and friends commented, sharing their love and admiration for the star. Former Victim star Sunetra Sarker (who played Zoe Hanna on the soap between 2007 and 2018) said: “Aww, I remember day 1. I sent so much love.”

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Joe McFadden (who appeared in Victim for a few episodes between 2007 and 2009, but he played Raffaello Di Lucca in holby town between 2014 and 2020) added: “It was the public who had the real pleasure. Good luck in everything you do.”

James Ryan, who is currently in Coronation StreetHe said: “Many congratulations friend. What a legacy! Great love.”

Henderson has yet to reveal what his next project is.

Victim airs on Saturdays on BBC One and streams on BBC iPlayer.

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