Danny Miller's sympathy for Aaron
'Emmerdale' actor Danny Miller feels ''sorry'' for his character Aaron Livesy, who is set to go on trial for the murder of his quadriplegic boyfriend Jackson Walsh
Danny Miller feels "sorry" for his 'Emmerdale' character.
The 20-year-old actor - whose screen alter ego Aaron Livesy is set to go on trial for the murder of his boyfriend Jackson Walsh (Marc Silcock) - is "really enjoying" getting stuck into the role, which recently saw him give his quadriplegic partner pills to end his life.
He said: "I kind of feel a bit sorry for him really. He's had a lot happen to him over the past two years. It's great for me to get my teeth into. There's not really much more to say other than the fact that it's interesting and that I'm enjoying it. I really am enjoying myself."
Despite his character awaiting trial, Danny revealed he has "no plans" to leave the Yorkshire-based programme.
Asked if people can expect to see Aaron remain in the village in the coming months, Danny told Digital Spy: "You can, yes! I'm not looking to go anywhere at the moment. I'm happy. I've got good friends, good storylines - why would I want to go? I'm perfectly happy where I am; so no plans to go anywhere."
But Danny is hoping Aaron can patch things up with Jackson's mother Hazel (Pauline Quirke) - who was unable to give her son the pills, resulting in Aaron doing so instead - before the 51-year-old actress leaves the soap.
He added: "Obviously at the moment there's not a lot of laughs because of what's happened. I just want them to be happy again and I want them to share a nice, emotional moment before she goes. We'll see."