It’s all change in the BBC medical drama…
The BBC has confirmed that Holby City favourite Camilla Arfwedson will be returning to the role of Zosia March in the spring next year. But that’s not all – she will also be joined by two other new recruits.
Fans of the show will be thrilled to see Zosia back on Darwin Ward after she returns from America where she has been making a name for herself at a new hospital. The registrar might only be back for a short stint on the show, but that doesn’t mean it won’t be full of drama as it becomes apparent that her time in the US was more turbulent than she’s letting on.
Discussing the role, actress Camilla revealed: “I’m really pleased to come back and revisit Zosia. The last few years playing her have been absolutely brilliant, wonderful and challenging in equal measure. Can’t wait to see all the cast and crew again too and get back into the fold. I’ve missed it. Looking forward to seeing what’s in store for her.”
Along with Zosia’s return the hospital drama has also signed Dawn Steele, who will be known for her roles in Wild At Heart and River City. Dawn will play new General Surgeon Ange Godard, who arrives at the hospital to set up a new unit.
Talking of her new role, the actress said: “I am utterly delighted to be joining the cast and crew on Holby City. Ms Godard is such a great character with lots to tell and I am really looking forward to getting on that Keller Ward and bringing her to life. I have been a fan of Holby and so pleased I get to be at Elstree studios with this wonderful team. Can’t wait!”
But that’s not all, viewers will also be seeing a lot more of Bernie Wolfe’s son Cameron, played by Nic Jackman, as he becomes a regular on the show. Nic told us: “I’m delighted to be returning to the brilliant team at Holby City. Cameron is a fun character to play and it’ll be exciting to see what he gets up to next.”
Catch Holby City on Tuesday nights at 8pm on BBC1.