Ryan Moloney, 37, confirmed the news exclusively to Express.co.uk after Dee Bliss arrived on Toadfish’s doorstep earlier this week.
The corpse bride revealed that she would have unveiled herself sooner, but she found Toadie in the embrace of his ex Sindi. So she’ll be delighted to learn that she’s not the only ghost from Toadie’s past who’s come back to woo him.
“You know, I think Sindi might come back as well,” Ryan enthused. “So there you go.”
Marisa played Sindi from 2002 to 2005, but left for a life in Oakey with her husband Stuart Parker.
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You know, I think Sindi might come back as well
Neighbours' Ryan Moloney
Dee was resurrected from the dead this week, 13 years after she was thought to have perished when Toadie hurled their car off a cliff following their wedding day.
But low and behold, she arrived on his doorstep yesterday, equipped with a beaming smile as if she’d simply taken a long vacation.
Toadie’s wife Sonya (Eve Morey) was understandably shaken by the news that her husband’s first love has been living in secrecy for the past 14 years, and has now decided to make her home in Ramsay Street.
Dee Bliss made a stick return from the dead in Neighbours this week
Ryan Moloney confirmed Sindi's return to Express.co.uk
Although, while Ryan revealed that Dee will only be hanging around Ramsay Street for another “couple of months” he was delighted to have been reunited with the 36-year-old actress.
“It’s been brilliant working with Madeleine again,” Ryan beamed. “Watching some of the suff before and the earlier stuff, you remember she was a really good actress, and then you go, ‘Oh, ok. She’s come back better after 13 years'.
“Working with her and Eve, I’m a very lucky man.”
Neighbours airs weekdays at 1.45pm and 5.30pm on Channel 5.