The actress, who played midwife Margaret in the hit show, told Australian radio station RN he’s “still not over” being the midwife on ABC’s show.
“I have so much work to do,” he said.
“This is the worst time of my life and I am struggling with it.”
Midwife Margaret is seen at her home in Sydney in November 2016.
Source: ABC News / Alamy Stock Photo: Supplied The star, who was recently diagnosed with terminal cancer, has been nominated for an Emmy Award for his role on the show.
The role in the midwives’ ward was described as a “momentous decision” for the cast and crew, who were given an ultimatum to either choose a career or quit their roles.
“Midwives are our most trusted, important role models and we have a responsibility to uphold the highest standards in our profession,” the show’s executive producer and co-creator, Julie Gardner, said in a statement.
“Midwives have become a cornerstone of our profession. “
“This decision was not about taking a risk or becoming a distraction to the work we do.” “
The show, which airs weekdays from 12:00pm on ABC TV, follows a midwife who is tasked with caring for the elderly and frail, as well as providing care to the sick and injured.”
This decision was not about taking a risk or becoming a distraction to the work we do.”
The show, which airs weekdays from 12:00pm on ABC TV, follows a midwife who is tasked with caring for the elderly and frail, as well as providing care to the sick and injured.
It was also the first time in midwives history that the entire cast were nominated for the Emmy.
The nomination comes after the star was revealed to have undergone an aggressive round of chemotherapy treatments for cancer earlier this year.
ABC News’ Matt Leggett contributed to this report.