Published Thursday, 10 October 2013
Cameron holds villagers hostage in the Wool Pack. (© ITV)
The serial killer recently escaped from police custody, causing many residents, especially Debbie Dingle, to worry that he was heading straight back to the village.
"He refuses to admit defeat when it comes to Debbie," said Dominic Power, who plays the triple killer.
"He truly believes he and Debbie still have a chance despite everything he has done."
Cameron managed to elude the police by pretending to board a ferry - when really his plan was to return to the village to get back to the woman he loves, despite the fact that it was Debbie who revealed his murderous actions to the police.
"He is two different characters; the family guy and then this crazy killer," said Dominic.
"He will switch between the two characters and as things are getting more manic and heated up, it is like the metronome is swinging forwards and backwards a lot faster."
Once back in the village, Cameron puts his plan in motion by kidnapping Sarah and stealing Zac's gun, before holding twelve residents hostage in the Woolpack.
"Cameron is more erratic and is at his most crazed when he's holding the hostages in the Woolpack. You will start seeing it going a bit crazy as if he is about to explode. He will go from one character to the other in the space of a sentence. He is definitely erratic."
And it is Cameron's erratic behavior which causes one "much-loved" character to get shot.
"I wasn't shocked as I think it's perfect!" said Dominic.
"Because it is someone you are immediately going to worry about and feel sorry for. It's a great choice as that spins off and has its own complete storyline.
"The repercussions are felt not just for them but others around them. That is what is so great about the show and what people are really buzzing about, as there are so many really strong storylines."
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