Stephanie McIntosh is at a real turning point in her life. Everything is changing! From playing the part of Sky Mangle in Neighbours to becoming the next big pop-sensation, Stephanie's journey is documented in her very own reality show. If you've ever wondered what its like to follow your dreams this series will show you the highs and lows of getting there!
Runtime: 30 minutes
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Stephanie “Steph” Roach (also Dean and Cunningham) is a fictional character from the British Channel 4 soap opera, Hollyoaks, played by Carley Stenson. She debuted on-screen during the episode airing on 8 March 2000. Steph was introduced into the serial by executive producer Jo Hallows. In 2009 Stenson decided to quit, but the then producer Lucy Allan convinced her to stay to play out a dramatic storyline. The announcement of her departure was made public in June 2010. Stenson's fellow cast members have described her as a “Hollyoaks legend” because of her lengthy duration. Steph has been described as having a highly confident persona, a trait Stenson enjoyed portraying throughout. Steph is also played as “fame hungry”. She is noted for a number of high-profile storylines such as the portrayal of bullying in a school environment, the portrayal of epilepsy, which Stenson felt had been a 'taboo subject' for too long. Other stories include becoming a widow and her involvement in Niall Rafferty's revenge plot and her constant desire for fame. One of Steph's final storylines was the portrayal of cervical cancer, which Stenson conducted extensive research into. Steph was subsequently killed-off in a special block of episodes branded by the media as “fire week”. Some critics described her final storylines as “upsetting” and “surprising”. Steph's relationship with Gilly Roach, played by Anthony Quinlan was viewed unfavourable by most. Stenson has been nominated for several different awards for her portrayal of Steph.
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