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Elly Conway is a fictional character from the Australian soap opera Neighbours, played by Jodi Anasta. She was originally played by Kendell Nunn from her first appearance on 13 December 2001, until her departure in May 2002. Neighbours marked Nunn's first television role. The character was introduced as Susan Kennedy's (Jackie Woodburne) teenage niece, giving her instant connections within the show. Nunn said Elly had "a lot of attitude", while she was also billed as being rebellious and spirited. Elly did not like living in Ramsay Street, but she eventually befriended her neighbour Michelle Scully (Kate Keltie). A notable storyline for the character focused on her relationship with her estranged father Ian Conway (Peter Maver). When she got in contact with Ian, he led her to believe that Susan's husband Karl (Alan Fletcher) was actually her real father.
The character was reintroduced on 18 July 2016, with Anasta taking over the role. She was initially contracted for three years and chose not to relocate to Melbourne, where the show is filmed, as her family is based in Sydney. Anasta explained that since Elly's last appearance, she had trained as an English teacher. Elly is now portrayed as a feisty, unpredictable "free spirit". Anasta also said used her outgoing persona to hide her insecurities. The character's early storylines saw her clash with her student Piper Willis (Mavournee Hazel) and later Stephanie Scully (Carla Bonner), when she flirted with Steph's partner. Elly was also bitten by a venomous snake, which caused her to have a miscarriage. Producers later paired Elly with Ned Willis (Ben Hall) and they formed a passionate relationship. Elly's housemate Angus Beaumont-Hannay (Jai Waetford) developed an obsessive crush on her and it saw him take advantage of her twice, which almost cost her her job and home.

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