The Sunday Telegraph reports
Nearly five years after actor Mark Priestley tragically took his own life, fellow All Saints actor Jolene Anderson has recorded a moving tribute.
Anderson, who played Erica Templeton in the TV drama, has put her voice to a track called Don't Let The Darkness In to raise money and awareness for the Black Dog Institute.
"Depression is like this big cloud that comes over you," Anderson, 32, says.
"Mark's death was really, really tough. It was the hardest thing I've ever been through."
Priestley took his own life in August 2007, aged 32.
He and Anderson played on-screen husband and wife on All Saints.
The Logie Award nominee was the 2007 winner of reality singing show It Takes Two. Partnered with David Campbell, she took out the crown and was offered a recording contract.
But she declined and hasn't touched music publicly since.
"I'd love to do a film that had a music aspect to it but other than that, if I wanted to pursue a career in music, my moment has passed," she said.
Anderson recently wrapped production on a short film called Beyond Memories. It will screen at the Cannes Film Festival.
To support the initiative, visit dontletthedarknessin.com.
Lifeline 13 11 14