Katie McGlynn, who played Sinead Osbourne in Coronation Street, would be up for appearing in another soap "in the years to come".
The star - who departed the ITV show in October last year when her character lost her battle with cervical cancer - wouldn't want to rock up in another soap "straight away", but would consider an approach from a serial drama in the future.
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She said: "It totally depends on what comes, really. I wouldn't want to straight away, but in the years to come if something came up - you never what's going to happen.
"Yeah, definitely. I think soaps tend to get a bad reputation, but I think they're brilliant - so much realness, the audience that watch it in their front room every night.
"They're a great place to work."
While her character was tragically killed off, Katie admitted she would love to return to Corrie one day.
She added to Metro.co.uk: "Coronation Street - I'd go back there!"
Katie recently admitted she has taken part in numerous auditions in search of new roles.
She said: "It's going to be an exciting year. I've already had so many wonderful auditions."
The 26-year-old star has recently tried out for a Netflix show - but she also remains philosophical about her career.
She said: "One was for a big Netflix show, which would be an amazing opportunity. But I can't say too much more.
"I'm also going to LA. I've never been before, but I can do a really good American accent.
"And if doesn't work out, then it doesn't work out."
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