Was Amanda Holden in Neighbours? | The Sun

AMANDA Holden has graced our screens for may years, appearing in a multitude of shows.

The star is best known for her acting skills, but did she appear in Neighbours?

Was Amanda Holden in Neighbours and who did she play?

Amanda Holden used her acting skills to star in a guest appearance in Neighbours.

The star appeared in a London-based storyline where she played Aunt Harriet.

Harlow Robinson, played by Jemma Donovan, took the trip to the UK capital to visit her aunt to try and solve a family mystery concerning her mother and Harriet’s late sister, Prue, portrayed by Denise van Outen in the soap in 2019.

However, some fans were left confused by Amanda's accent.


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One person tweeted: "Is that Amanda Holden in Neighbours with a strange accent #Neighbours."

While another said: "Why is it both Denise van Outen and Amanda Holden sound(ed) like they’re doing fake British accents on #neighbours despite both being British?"

Sophie Ellis-Bextor also made an appearance in the storyline as she was seen sitting on a bench by the River Thames when Harlow tries to take her notebook, thinking it for her mother's.

The first of the scenes aired on Monday, 28 March, 2022.

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What other TV shows has Amanda Holden been in?

Amanda has taken part in multiple TV shows over the years.

Her first television appearance was as a contestant on the game show Blind Date in 1991.

From 2006 to 2008, Holden appeared as Sarah Trevanian in three series of ITV's Wild at Heart.

Amongst other things, Amanda has had parts in British series such as Smack the Pony, EastEnders, Hearts and Bones, and Cutting It.

She has also been a judge on Britain's Got Talent since 2006 along with Simon Cowell, David Walliams, and Alesha Dixon.

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Most recently, in 2021 she started appearing in a new comedy mockumentary series from Leigh Francis.

The programme was called The Holden Girls: Mandy & Myrtle which gained enough viewers to be re-commissioned for a second series for 2022.

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