Danielle Harold wins National Television Award for her screenplay about a brain tumor

An award-winning actress has called on people to donate to Brain Tumor Research, during an acceptance speech to millions of ITV viewers.

Former EastEnders star Danielle Harold struggled to hold back tears as she won the National Television Award for Best Serial Drama Performance last night (Tuesday).

She won this honor for her authentic and moving portrayal of the popular character Lola Pearce, who was diagnosed with glioblastoma
(GBM). His on-screen death in May left fans heartbroken.

Collecting her NTA award on stage at the O2 in London, Danielle admitted “Literally, I haven’t prepared anything to say.”

She added: “It’s the biggest, biggest, biggest shock and I can’t believe I’m standing in front of the O2 – it’s so weird.

“I just want to say literally to everyone who contributed to this storyline and the research, guys, it’s for you again.

“Please donate money to brain tumor research, they need it so badly, they really need it.

“I just want to take a minute to thank all the cast and Chris, and everyone who supported me, Julia Crampsie who brought me on the show, guys, I love you so much without your support, I couldn’t doing this, thank you very much. very much.”

Brain Tumor Research is proud to have worked alongside the EastEnders team to ensure the storyline was accurate and informative.

This is the second time the actress has been honored for her performance as a brain tumor patient, having also won the award Best Lead Performer at the British Soap Awards earlier this year.

Watch Danielle accept her award here.

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