Alan Fletcher, 65, performed Physician Karl Kennedy on Neighbours for nearly 28 years, making him the longest standing character with a recurring position on the hit cleaning soap. The Channel 5 star has spoken solely to Specific.co.uk about what he was allowed to maintain on set for a souvenir and was shocked he was unable to maintain a treasured merchandise.
The actor defined he was not allowed to maintain a lot memorabilia from the Neighbours set now the cleaning soap has completed.
He replied: “Effectively, little or no. I used to be truly given the chance to take 10 gadgets of clothes so I’ve taken a few of Physician Karl’s coats and issues which have proved helpful as I’ve already used them in some filming.
“However I took pictures, I made positive to take images of something just like the pictures on the partitions.
“That was an enormous factor for me, significantly those behind glass that couldn’t be taken out.
Any longer, Alan will probably be focusing his time on his Physician Karl tour and his music profession.
For his new single, Alan teamed up with former Neighbours co-star Alyce Platt of their model new duet, Sorry Is The Phrase.
Talking concerning the monitor, he stated: “Like quite a lot of songs, ‘Sorry Is The Phrase’ got here from my very own life expertise.
“I’ve discovered over time that satisfaction and an incapacity to just accept blame and apologise is answerable for a lot heartache and missed alternatives.”
Alan was excited to be returning to the UK final month for his music tour dates, in addition to coming again in September for his Physician Karl tour.
He gushed: “I’ve missed out! I used to be meant to be coming over in March 2020 with Jackie Woodburn and others to movie some Neighbours within the UK.
“I used to be additionally going to exit and do my Physician Karl tour and actually three days earlier than we have been resulting from fly our firm pulled the plugs due to Covid.
“So I have never left the nation since so I am dying to get residence as a result of the UK is a second residence to me!”
Tickets for all exhibits can be found from https://alanfletcher.web/.