Not brash and confident like a lot of the older men, and not boisterous like the younger ones. Winston wins a Children in Need raffle in The Queen Victoria in November 2008, and in July 2009, Stacey Slater offers him a flower but he refuses. Cassie appears infrequently after this, and plays a Herald Angel in the Walford Nativity play on Christmas Eve 1986 and the following day when she, Kelvin and his friends play charades. It was hysterical. September 24, 2008 Steve Perry made a telephone appearance on the Dennis Miller radio show. Sue tells her that her husband, Ali (Nejdet Salih), might be able to take her where she needs to go and so Mary Smith (Linda Davidson), who is in the café at the time, offers to show her the way to Number 23 Albert Square in search of Ali. Her father was a member of a punk group of which Mary was a groupie, and had no contact with her. By May, Chris succeeds in opening the haulage company open by borrowing money from Walford Investments – the money lending organisation of The Firm – but the antics of his daughter, who starts to use drugs again and neglect Annie, cause further family strife. You're in everybody's front room and everyone feels they own a bit of you. Sam knocks Tracey out with the crowbar and drags her, unconscious, into the bathroom, locking her in. [33] His first credited appearance is episode 177, dated 28 October 1986, when he witnesses Ali Osman (Nejdet Salih) and his brother, Mehmet Osman (Haluk Bilginer), arguing and asks Ali's wife, Sue Osman (Sandy Ratcliff), if she needs any help. Born in the East End, Lou lived in Walford all her life. Nick died of a heroin overdose on 13 February 2015 in the house he killed Reg Cox 30 years previous. On 26 November, Tracey covers for both Peggy and Phil when bailiffs ask for them, by pretending she is just a barmaid from an agency and does not know them. Fun facts: before fame, family life, popularity rankings, and more. [8] Dr. Harold Legg is one of the original twenty-three characters invented by the creators of EastEnders, Tony Holland and Julia Smith. Created by Tony Holland and Julia Smith, Sue is portrayed as argumentative, insecure and tragic. Perry, the grandparent-of-two is most probably single after two relationship failures in the past. She made a permanent return to the show in 2012.[29]. Shamila Nazir. His last appearance is in July 1986. [1], Sharon Watts (also Rickman and Mitchell), played by Letitia Dean, is the daughter of Den (Leslie Grantham) and Angie Watts (Anita Dobson). Despite featuring on the television programme frequently and occasionally having a line to say, her surname and most of her background is unknown. The classic hits Perry sang and wrote with Journey — including “Open Arms,” “Separate Ways (World’s Apart),” “Lights,” “Who’s Cryin’ Now,” “Any Way You Want It,” and the famously enduring “Don’t Stop Believin’” to name just a few — remain wildly popular around the world to this day. It was written by Christopher Reason and done so well. Andy O'Brien is introduced on 21 March along with Debbie Wilkins. She was the inspiration for her ex-partner Steve's hit song. The following is a list of characters that first appeared in the BBC soap opera EastEnders in 1985, by order of first appearance. Tony is one of the original twenty-three characters invented by the creators of EastEnders, Tony Holland and Julia Smith. Ethel's original character outline states that she was born in 1920. Both Holland and Smith had been at the forefront of the move towards 'integrated casting' in television and had encountered an array of ethnic diversities in the process. The character soon departed from the show after getting involved with his local's criminal organization, The Firm – which sparked the events of an attempt on Den's life. Hair color Black: Hairstyle alternative: Beard or Mustache Beardless: Eye Color Dark Brown: Height 171 cm : Weight 70 kilo: Feet size N/A: Does Steve Perry … Lingering health issues eventually led to a split with the band, and Perry later dealt with a cancer scare. Sheena had once been in a similar situation to Mary when she found herself pregnant and alone, although she opted to abort the baby, which she had always regretted. Mary also has a tendency to leave Annie home alone whilst she goes out to prostitute herself at night. A woman who works on the market on the clothes stall. On 30 April 2009, she finds Heather Trott's (Cheryl Fergison) lost inhaler. your own Pins on Pinterest Many years later, Ernie confesses to Ethel that he fled because he feared that he would either go insane being around an unobtainable Ethel, or that they would do something to hurt William if their association had continued. Richard Cole (Ian Reddington) gives Ron's pitch away, leading the other stall holders to rebel against him, until his boss orders him to give it back to Ron. Even though the ethnic minority groups were deemed the hardest to research, Holland and Smith called upon their social contacts to relay information about their own origins and lifestyles, which they say allowed them to portray Walford's most recent immigrants more realistically.[2]. Scarboro made brief returns to the role in 1986 and 1987. Ali tells Guizin about Sue and Mehmet's suspected affair, making Guizin furious. When Kat asks for her opinion on herself on a down day, Tracey replies that she thinks Kat is scary. On one occasion, Annie throws a blanket out of her cot straight on to an electric fan heater, causing a fire. Mary is an incredibly irresponsible mother and Annie is always getting lumbered on neighbours when Mary gets tired of looking after her. Sick of being forced to live in an arranged marriage with a husband she loathes, Naima makes a stand and shames her family by filing for a divorce. In 2015, Nick died in the same place that Reg died exactly 30 years earlier after admitting to his mother, Dot Branning (June Brown), that he killed Reg. However, Tracey later sacks Jean after she rows with customers Michael Moon (Steve John Shepherd) and Janine Butcher. In March 2010, Billie Jackson (Devon Anderson) holds up The Queen Vic, asking Tracey for cash and saying he has a gun. The character also appears in the Christmas special "CivvyStreet", set during World War II, shown on 22 December 1988. Fair play, she did mumble it a bit and it was so unmemorable that I've forgotten what it was she actually said but it was a line nonetheless." Despite various rumours of a possible return for Kathy in the press, this did not occur and the character was supposedly killed off-screen in a road accident in late February 2006 in a storyline to facilitate the return of her son Ben to his father Phil (Steve McFadden). The next month, Alfie Moon (Shane Richie) offers Tracey her old job back at The Queen Vic, along with Stacey Branning (Lacey Turner), after he reopens the pub. Why would she have killed him? Additionally, if the programme was to be realistic, it had to reflect the cross-section of society that actually existed in the real location. Ethel Skinner, Harold Legg and Pauline Fowler appear, after Den alerts them of Reg's death. ", EastEnders Dot Cotton actress June Brown to take six months off to write her autobiography, "The man who has spent 20 years on a trolley in Casualty", "Jonathan Ross's mum fired after 'Enders leak", "EastEnders BBC One London, 31 December 1985", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_EastEnders_characters_(1985)&oldid=1000606632, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Michael is the milkman in Albert Square, whose first line is episode 122 (17 April 1986) when. Sharon is the adoptive daughter of the popular 'supercouple'; Den and Angie. The character is played by Karen Meagher in the 1988 EastEnders special, CivvyStreet, set during the Second World War. Sherrie Swafford is of American nationality. On the morning of 19 February 1985, Naima Jeffery (Shreela Ghosh), who runs the shop on Bridge Street, became concerned about Reg after he had failed to make his daily milk purchase for the past three days and her husband, Saeed Jeffery (Andrew Johnson), mentions this to Den Watts (Leslie Grantham), publican of the pub next door. An upset Tracey runs from the room after Woody sacks her. Den speaks the opening lines of the first episode, "Stinks in here, dunnit? She is tough, feisty, determined, outspoken and never afraid to defend herself or her beliefs. Steve Perry (author) - Wikipedia en.wikipedia.org /wiki/ Steve _ Perry … He arrives in Albert Square to put his old adversary, Nick Cotton (John Altman), in prison. Hannah Carpenter arrived on 25 June as Tony's wife and Dot Cotton was introduced on 4 July followed by Ernie Mears on 16 July. Chris stays in Walford to run his business, employing Rod as a bookkeeper and Charlie Cotton (Christopher Hancock) as lorry driver, although he is extremely unreliable. She and Dot Cotton (June Brown) are lifelong friends and although they wind each other up, they are completely dependent on each other. He feels he is in a dead-end career with the police force and so he decides to leave to work for a security firm. She is unhappy to be living in a house that is in the throes of renovation and she constantly harangues Tony to do better and try harder. Brown returned to the role in 1997, and Dot is shown moving back to Albert Square, and has continued since that time. Tracey is unhappy with the way Archie and Janine treated Peggy and the rest of the Mitchell family, and when Janine tells Tracey to put some tinsel in her hair and to keep an eye on the Christmas dinner, Tracey leaves a note saying "Gone fishing", implying that she has resigned. [10] However, finding an Alsatian that was light enough in colour not to merge into the background of the set proved to be difficult. He released his single “No Erasin'” in August. As Martin ages he becomes surly and increasingly troublesome. She was the motivation factor and the described character of her ex-partners hit solo song, "Oh Sherrie". He has been voted one of television's all-time most villainous characters in a Channel 4 poll. Ian Beale, played by Adam Woodyatt, is the longest-serving character and the only remaining original character to have appeared continuously since the first episode on 19 February 1985. [2] Holland and Smith decided to cast an unknown actress in the role. A few weeks later the Carpenters hear news that Cassie has run away from school and is nowhere to be found. Arthur is a member of the first family of EastEnders, the Beales and Fowlers, and Holland took the inspiration for some of the series' earliest characters from his own London family and background. Tracey is often seen to be pleased at the prospect of additional overtime in The Queen Victoria when a Mitchell family wedding or other event is planned, as she can always do with extra money. [28] Kathy returned for the 30th anniversary episode in February 2015, when it was revealed that Kathy never died in a surprise showdown with her ex-husband, Phil. For these reasons, different sexes, ages, classes, religions and races were all included in the original character line-up. On 18 January 2010, Tracey appears behind the bar in a non-speaking capacity for The Queen Vic's reopening. Winston generally appears at events held by other Walford residents, such as weddings, funerals and parties or briefly in the background of a scene. Kathy asks Tracey to pass on an address to Phil. Steve Perry's Past Affairs And Relationships. She says she wants to keep herself to herself because she thinks that the Mitchells are all "stark raving mad" and that she does not fear any new barmaids, as she has seen them come and go, but knows that she will always be behind the bar. Sue is left in a state of shock after her son's death. After bottling up her grief for months, she is forced to hold little Annie, which finally allows her to acknowledge her pent-up sadness. On 22-1-1949 Steve Perry was born in Hanford, California. On 14 June 2012, Tracey gives Jean her job back on the flower stall. "[15], In 2010, Slaughter said that it would not make sense to make Tracey into "this talkative, all-singing, all-dancing person with a fully-fledged family and surname. Peggy demands that Roxy beg Tracey to come back for the evening shift as workers like Tracey are "gold dust". [21] The killer was later revealed to be Stacey Slater]]. Ian's boxing coach, a retired light heavyweight champion, turns out to be Ernie, who at first thinks Ethel was Ian's mother. One of Wicksy's most prominent storylines is his adultery with Cindy Beale (Michelle Collins), and a subsequent feud with Cindy's husband Ian (Adam Woodyatt). The first character to be seen was Den Watts, followed by Ali Osman and then Arthur Fowler, all of whom find Reg Cox dying in his flat. Nearly 31 years later, Mary returns to Walford with Annie who is now 34 years old to attend the funeral of Dr Legg (Leonard Fenton). When Linda returns from Watford, Fi is annoyed when Linda gives Tracey her job back without consulting her. Naima and her husband are the first Asian characters to appear in the soap. Cassie first appears in November 1985 when she comes to visit her father in Albert Square. [30] Ian Beale is one of the original twenty-three characters invented by the creators of EastEnders, Tony Holland and Julia Smith. During his time in Albert Square he suffers with a mental disorder, is sent to prison twice and eventually dies of a brain haemorrhage in 1996. However, during the series this was altered to 1916 and for many years her birthday fell on 19 February. Sharon is a regular character in the first 10 years of the programme, after which she leaves and returns several times. Gregory Mantel (Pavel Douglas), a member of The Firm, then arrives on the Square, looking for Chris and forces him to sign the business over to The Firm, leaving Chris no choice but to return to Stockport. By December, Chris finally decides that Annie should be reunited with Mary. Naima Jeffery is one of the original twenty-three characters invented by the creators of EastEnders, Tony Holland and Julia Smith. When Ethel comes back to Walford to die in 2000, she reveals to Dot that she had lied about her age for many years. Tracey[11][12] (known to fans as Tracey the barmaid[13]) is played by Jane Slaughter. The character was created by Tony Holland, one of the creators of EasEnders; he was based on a member of Holland's family. Mary Smith and her daughter Annie are introduced on 5 March. September 24, 2008 Steve Perry made a … Arthur Fowler, played by Bill Treacher, is the father of the Fowler family. "[15] It was later revealed that bookmakers William Hill had slashed the odds on Tracey being the killer, with 7/1 thinking she killed Archie. Andy becomes jealous of their friendship and tries to make them feel as uncomfortable as possible. Although she is one of the brighter people in Walford, that does not stop Michelle making some huge mistakes during her time in Albert Square. So it is very common to be of the same group of blood in a couple. His last appearance is in August 1988. In May 2012, Lauren Branning (Jacqueline Jossa) buys a CD from Winston for her mother Tanya. The yoga teacher is rarely seen in media these days and shows no sign of rumors in the present time. After Sue discovers that Ali had slept with Donna Ludlow, she kisses Mehmet in front of Ali for revenge, causing a huge fight between the brothers. Holland and Smith knew that for the soap to succeed there needed to be a varied group of characters, so that several different sections of the audience had someone to identify with. He was conceptualised by the creators of EastEnders, Tony Holland and Julia Smith. Hannah is shaken but unharmed. He was officially retired in 1999 by executive producer Matthew Robinson, though he has made cameos since this time in 2000, 2004 and 2007 and returned one final time in late 2018, before the character was killed off in early 2019. Ali, a Turkish Cypriot, was originally intended to be named Chris. He has another speaking role in April 2014 when he asks Alfie Moon (Shane Richie) for a black armband, as a mark of respect for the recently deceased Lucy Beale (Hetti Bywater) (see Who Killed Lucy Beale?). [1], In the first ever scene of the programme, the characters of Den Watts (Leslie Grantham), Arthur Fowler (Bill Treacher), and Ali Osman (Nejdet Salih) are shown breaking down the door of Reg's flat. On 8 September, Peggy tells Sam (now played by Danniella Westbrook) that Tracey still holds a grudge against her. Lastly, the wife of Mehmet, Guizin Osman arrived on 22 October, and Cassie Carpenter arrived as the daughter of Hannah and Tony. Tony Holland had previously been in the army and found that ex-soldiers had these problems when they tried to reintegrate as civilians. [1] Up to that time it was the longest scene ever done in a soap-opera, lasting fifteen minutes. She is the daughter of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs and Chrisann Brennan. Rich asks Debbie to go to a French restaurant with him on an undercover operation to expose French restaurants using English waiters. Lou Beale played by Anna Wing, is the matriarch of the Beale family. Does Steve Perry Have Children . In December 2013, Phil sells the pub to Mick Carter (Danny Dyer) and when Tracey arrives to work her shift, Mick's wife, Linda Carter (Kellie Bright) tells her that she is not wanted any more. Her existence is largely to provide somebody to man the bar while one of the main characters resolves disputes, arguments or disagreements, or tends to the main plot of the episode. She makes her debut in the soap's first episode on 19 February 1985, and remains for twenty-one years and ten months, making her the second longest-running original character, surpassed only by Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt). On 22 January, the pub's new owner, Roxy Mitchell (Rita Simons), gives Tracey a warning for arriving two hours late, but Peggy explains that she asked her to come in late as she has done a lot of unpaid overtime recently. Two versions were filmed for each voting outcome, but the Mandy version won with 56% of the vote.[34]. Additionally, if the programme was to be realistic, it had to reflect the cross-section of society that actually existed in the real location. She later begins blaming herself unfairly for her son's sudden death. "[15] When asked to pick her favourite storyline she said, "In terms of actually watching and seeing scenes, I've been lucky being in The Vic. A bright spark and full of initiative, he opens several businesses in Albert Square and even forms a band. Steve had promised to write the still-angry Swafford a song by way of an apology and "Oh Sherry" reach #3 at Billboard in 1984. She has an on/off relationship with her ill-fated boyfriend Andy O'Brien (Ross Davidson). The following is a list of characters that first appeared in the BBC soap opera EastEnders in 1985, by order of first appearance. After nearly 20 years of marriage, he hands divorce papers to Angie in the 1986 Christmas Day episode that was watched by a record-breaking 30.15 million viewers, more than half of the UK population at the time. Wanting to stay independent, Debbie turns the him down, but Quick continues to pester her, saying that if he was married, it would improve his career. Detective Sergeant Roy Quick, played by Douglas Fielding, is a police detective who appears in 51 episodes from episode 53, first shown on 20 August 1985, to episode 146, originally broadcast on 10 July 1986. But despite this, Lou Beale (Anna Wing) causes havoc around the Square, accusing Sue of neglect for allowing him to lie dying in his flat for days, without checking up on him. Michelle Fowler (also Holloway), played by Susan Tully from 1985 to 1995 and Jenna Russell from 2016 to 2018, is the daughter of Arthur Fowler (Bill Treacher) and Pauline Fowler (Wendy Richard). your own Pins on Pinterest [14] Slaughter was not credited in the role until episode 126 (1 May 1986), which was the first episode in which she spoke. [7] The character is well known even outside the show's viewer-base, and away from the on-screen serial, Pauline has been the subject of television documentaries, behind-the-scenes books, tie-in novels and comedy sketch shows. Guizin may put up with a lot from Mehmet, but she is certainly no pushover, and is more than willing to defend herself and her family if anyone should cross her. Debbie's flatmate, Naima Jeffery (Shreela Ghosh), seems to dislike Rich immensely, but this does not perturb Debbie, and when Rich asks her to marry him, she gleefully accepts. Arthur Fowler (Bill Treacher) rescues her but as a result, Annie is removed from Mary's care and given to her grandparents, Chris Smith (Allan O'Keefe) and Edie Smith (Eileen O'Brien), who live in Stockport. Angie Watts is one of the original twenty-three characters invented by the creators of EastEnders, Tony Holland and Julia Smith. Kelvin Carpenter, played by Paul J. Medford, is an original EastEnders character. Her affinity and ties with the area mean that she tends to view Albert Square as her own and that gives her an excuse to intrude into people's business as she sees fit. Lou remained in the house throughout the Second World War and brought up her children there. She stands at a decent height and owns a striking pair of blue eyes with curly brown hair. The song became an instant hit and fans favorite. Tracey starts working as a barmaid at The Queen Victoria (The Queen Vic) public house in 1989. Dot moved away with her son and his family in 1993. On 14 April 2003, Tracey has a one-night stand with Dennis Rickman (Nigel Harman), the adoptive half-brother of former pub owner Sharon Watts, when he arrives in Albert Square, despite the fact that she is married. Nick is also the subject of a special spin-off episode, The Return of Nick Cotton, which aired in October 2000. Prime Suspect", "Poll Result: 'Who Killed Archie?' To get someone who only occasionally says things like 'out the back' and make what she says make sense – he did a fantastic job. In reality, June Brown left the show in 1993, unhappy with the direction of Dot's characterisation. Andy O'Brien, played by Ross Davidson, is one of the original characters created for the series. Training was said to take three weeks, and as the Poodle was a similar size to an Alsatian, Roly got the part. In September 2010, following a fire at The Queen Vic, Tracey starts working at Ian Beale's (Adam Woodyatt) fish and chip shop. Nick Cotton, played by John Altman, was a recurring character who appears in the soap's debut episode in February 1985, through to his last appearance where he died in 2015. Is it The Vic she protects or the family? With Ethel is her pug Willy along with Lou Beale. He is seen with Tracey (Jane Slaughter) in August 2009 talking about Max and Tanya Branning (Jo Joyner), and in November 2009 Ian invites him for drinks at The Queen Vic but he refuses. Steve Perry, Faithfully...Dedicated to Mary C. Quaresma ... heart and soul by our own Mr. Stephen Ray … Rich returns in 1987 to investigate the case of the 'Walford attacker', who has assaulted several female inhabitants of Albert Square. He is credited in the episode as "stall holder" and this is also the first time he is named as Ron in dialogue. Moreover, the pair stayed together for one and a half years in their small house in New York until Nash died in the year 2012. The character appeared in his 2,000th episode in the show on 26 March 2007. I did a search on him and found this out. And if any woman out there thinks that it would be real exciting to be the girlfriend of somebody in a band like that and that it would be all peaches and cream, the truth is that it's hard to navigate a relationship when you're in the midst of such a ride.". Dr Legg then questions Quick's priorities, pointing out that the crime rate never went down since he arrived, so Quick accuses them of not helping the police, and his parting remarks to the citizenry in The Queen Victoria pub are, "You lot deserve each other, and you deserve what you've got, and what you've got is only the start!" [2] However, as further characters were invented they realised that there would be a total of four babies in the show: Annie Smith (Zara Posener), Martin Fowler (Jon Peyton Price), Vicki Fowler (Emma Herry) and Hassan. Dieser Pinnwand folgen 3248 Nutzer auf Pinterest. He has a compulsive addiction to gambling, which gets him into trouble on more than one occasion and his marriage ends in disaster after he has his wife sectioned. He is seen as the show's original villain. She fills his bag with cash but Phil takes it off her. That's rough. They've all involved different people – I could go on and on and on! Besides that, he is best known as the lead singer of the rock band Journey during the periods from 1977 to 1987, and again from 1995 to 1998. Cassie is against the idea but nevertheless, she is sent away in September that year. Though it was never used on screen, in 2010 the BBC website named the character as Kathy Sullivan due to a marriage after she left the show in 2000. Besides that, he is best known as the lead singer of the rock band Journey during the periods from 1977 to 1987, and again from 1995 to 1998. The sudden tragedy came as a surprise to the audience, especially since the bereaved parents were a couple whose feuding, fighting ways had made them appear rather comic in the early episodes of the show. Quick tries to woo Debbie, sending her bouquets of flowers. She also attends Jean Slater's birthday party on 11 January 2010. [14] Jane Simon from The Mirror described her as "silent". [2] Holland and Smith had always been critical of the way pubs had been portrayed on television feeling they lacked vitality and life, so they were determined that their pub and occupants were going to be more 'real'. Pauline was created by scriptwriter Tony Holland and producer Julia Smith as one of EastEnders' original characters. After the commercial failure of his second solo album, he got back together with his former bandmates in … Mehmet Osman, played by Haluk Bilginer, is a recurring character appearing from 1985 to 1989. On July 20, 2009 on the Canadian Broadcasting Centre (CBC) … Peggy tells Tracey on the phone that she is not sacked but Tracey hangs up. Sherrie Swafford was in a dating relationship with the famous songwriter and the Journey band singer Steve Perry. In Holland and Smith's book, The Inside Story, the authors have outlined their original interpretation of the scene: "[EastEnders] starts with a bang, as a size ten boot kicks down the door that's locked from the inside. On Christmas Eve 1987, after desperately trying to convince Mary to return to Stockport, a very drunk Chris abducts Annie and tries to drive her home, only to crash into a wall at the local bed and breakfast on Bridge Street. England. According to Steve Perry's biography, Shamela was born out of a short fling relationship with her mother when Steve was about 21 years old. Mehmet is portrayed as a charmer, rogue and a serial womaniser. His family was of Portuguese descent which helped him acquire fluency in both English and Portuguese. "Britain's tabloids and Britain's soaps feed off each other: newspapers publish articles about forthcoming developments in shows like "EastEnders" and viewers tune in to watch the prophecies come true. After Nigel met and kissed Debbie during his birthday party, he asked Tracey where Debbie was: she replied that she left in a cab, but really liked Nigel and thought he was sweet. Holland and Smith knew that for the soap to succeed there needed to be a varied group of characters, so that several different sections of the audience had someone to identify with. Saeed Jeffery is one of the original twenty-three characters invented by the creators of EastEnders, Tony Holland and Julia Smith. Mary is impressed that Sheena earned £150 per week as a stripper. Steve Perry is an American singer and songwriter popular for being the lead vocalist of “Journey”, a rock band that reigned in the 1970s and ’80s. In fact Ethel trusts Dot so much that she even asks her to help her die in 2000, after she is diagnosed with inoperable cancer. Nick then flees Walford, but is arrested the following month for Reg's murder, although he is never charged. Whilst out working, Mary leaves her daughter, Annie, in Sheena's care, but she is caught by Sue 'entertaining' a man in Mary's room with Annie in close proximity. In the same manner, B blood group people will produce antibodies (anti … Mehmet, the brother of original character Ali Osman (Nejdet Salih), is part of a well-intentioned attempt to represent the proportion of Turkish Cypriots who had immigrated to England and settled in the East End of London. Pete is portrayed as a macho and somewhat insensitive individual who struggles to cope with emotion. Perry also had a successful solo career between the mid-1980s and mid-1990s, made sporadic appearances in the 2000s, and returned … Cassie is a mischievous youngster who, like her brother, is bright. Tony is furious and goes to confront Neville, returning later covered in blood. And it was a very tough time because the band was peaking. Who Is Shamila Perry's Mother . Pauline Fowler[3] played by Wendy Richard between 1985 and 2006[4] is the wife of Arthur Fowler (Bill Treacher). [2], Willy is a Pug, who appears in the first episode of the programme and remained in the show until 1992. Shalita Grant (born August 28, 1988) is an American actress best known for portraying NCIS Special Agent Sonja Percy on NCIS: New Orleans. Den Watts, played by actor Leslie Grantham, is the original landlord of The Queen Victoria. The character's final appearance is in the episode first aired on 19 April 1988. Lofty is generally depicted as a meek, luckless and hapless victim. 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