Belfast Telegraph

Friday 29 August 2014

Ainsworth returns to TV in sitcom

Kacey Ainsworth is back in TV sitcom The Wright Way

Kacey Ainsworth is about to make her TV comeback in a new Ben Elton health and safety sitcom, The Wright Way.

Ex-EastEnder Kacey took a five-year break from the spotlight to bring up her children Blossom and Woody, but told TV Times she is pleased to get back into work.

She said: "I'm excited to be back on TV! For me, working as an actress didn't fit in with bringing up kids. I just wouldn't have seen them.

"I decided to do one theatre role a year because if you don't use it, you lose it in this job.

"They're both at school now so I'm able to get into it. As soon as I got back in a TV studio, I felt like I was home."

Kacey, 44, is known for her role as Little Mo in EastEnders and her harrowing domestic abuse storyline, and said she is enjoying acting a comic role instead, alongside David Haig in the series about a town council health and safety unit by Ben Elton.

She said: "It was amazing to be doing something more light-hearted - it was nice not to be crying my eyes out at seven o'clock in the morning!

"Obviously when you're returning, it's important to wait for the right part. I thought this is just wonderful.

"I've not done a huge amount [of comedy] and it's actually a very serious business, but it was fun! Ben makes you feel confident about making suggestions."

The Wright Way is on BBC One on Tuesdays at 10.35pm.

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