Emmerdale actor Danny Miller has admitted that he can find it difficult to play his homosexual on-screen persona.
Speaking to Gay Times, the 19-year-old actor was asked about his relationship with his alter ego Aaron Livesy's love interest Jackson Walsh (Marc Silcock).
Miller said: "It's difficult because you're kissing the same sex and you know you're not attracted to them, you're not a homosexual and you're not attracted to them in that way. So it is hard, yeah."
Silcock added: "But you know, it's got to be done. So the only way of doing that is to sit down and have a chat and just try to make it look as real as possible.
"We don't want it to just look like two straight blokes kissing each other. We want to make it look as real as possible, while getting over the difficulties that are involved in it."