Jill Halfpenny 'channelled grief' into The Drowning role after partner's death

Jill Halfpenny has opened up about how some of her own feelings of grief came up in her latest role in The Drowning. The actress' partner tragically died in 2017 after suffering a heart attack
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Stroke patient, 75, 'murdered' after being sexually assaulted in hospital bed
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Morrisons to open four new stores to boost sales after another £27m Covid hit
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Gareth Bale’s agent reveals Tottenham and Jose Mourinho’s ‘biggest mistake’ as second loan deal discussed
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Curve launches new crowdfunding round after 2019 record-breaker as it pursues global growth
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Stock markets slide as tech selloff spooks investors – business live
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