List of past Fair City characters

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This is a list of characters from the soap opera Fair City ordered alphabetically and divided into those who were last seen alive and those who are known to be dead.

Characters on hiatus[edit]

The following left Fair City alive and well. Zak Holmes-Sweeney ... plays baby wayne jr

Character Actor Duration Status
Adam Bermingham[1] Alan McMahon 2007-2008 Moved to Manchester to continue his studies
Xavier Zumo Bishop[2] Patrick Fitzpatrick 2007—2013 Left with his mother and sister after his father was murdered due to self-defense with the family
Connie Boylan[3] Lisa Harding 2009-2010 Moved back to Australia to care for her father, Ronan
Anthony Brady[4] Ciaran Reilly 2002-2009 Moved to Cork to accept a job as a publisher
Oisin Brennan[5] Simon O'Driscoll 2003-2007 Moved to Cork with his mother, Nicola
Russell Brown[6] Conor Delaney 2011 Moved to the United States with his partner Ingrid and her children Clara and Joey
Caitriona Cassidy[7] Louise Meade  ????-2009 Moved to Manchester to stay with her sister Kira
Juliet Cassidy O'Connell[8] N/A  ????-200? Moved to Manchester with her mother Kira and her father Mondo
Kira Cassidy[8] Carla Young 1995-2004 Moved to Manchester with partner Mondo and their daughter Juliet
Cleo Collins[9] Jenny Kavanagh 2006-2009 Moved to Mullingar to live with her terminally ill mother Patricia
Patricia Collins[10] Bairbre Ní Chaoimh  ????-2010 Moved to Mullingar, County Westmeath, with severe liver damage from alcohol abuse
Jennifer Conway[11] Karen Ardiff  ????-2010 Applied for a job transfer to Galway, her home county
Kay Costello[12] Shiela McWade 1994-2008 Moved to Limerick to find employment there
Malachy Costello[13] Gerard Byrne 1996-2009 Moved out of Ireland, with his partner Lara and her daughter Jane
Ursula Cruise[14] Anna Manahan 2004-2009 Moved to live in England with her son, Enda
Brendan Daly[15] Tom O'Leary 2005-2009 Fled to South America after being found guilty of murdering Floyd in November 2009
Eleanor Daly[16] Susie Power 2007-2009 Living in South America with father Brendan, mother Heather and grandmother Renee
Heather Daly[17] Una Kavanagh 2003-2009 Living in South America with her partner Brendan, daughter Eleanor and mother Renee
Robert Daly[18] Sam Peter Corry 2009-2012 Moved to Belfast to accept a job as a lecturer
Terry Deegan[19] Julie Hale 2001-2007 Moved to Dublin to look after his elderly parents
T. J. "Tony Jnr" Deegan[19] Ian Kenny 2006-2007 Moved to Dublin with his father, Terry, to look after his grandparents
Troy Dowling[20] Andrew Macklin 2008-2009 Moved to Benidorm to accept a job as a DJ
Jimmy Doyle David Mitchell 1991-2008 Emigrated to Australia after his mother, Rita, was placed in a nursing home
Geraldine Fahey[21] Carmel Stephens 2002-2009 Moved out of Ireland after becoming impoverished
Doug Ferguson[22] Wesley Doyle 2007-2008 Moved to London with his brother Neil to find employment there
Ali Foley[23] Doreen Corrigan 2005-2009 Moved to Leeds to live with her partner Colm Joyce and her son Lorcan Foley, Jnr
Lorcan Foley, Jnr[24] Kyle Finnerty 2007-2010 Moved to Leeds to live with his mother Ali Foley and her boyfriend Colm Joyce
Sylvester Garrigan[25] Frank O'Sullivan 2005-2006 He is assumed to be in prison
Felix Jones[26] Yare Jegbefume 2009-2010 Returned to South Africa to become a patron for a local charity
Kylie Kavanagh[27] Vicky Burke 2004-2009 Moved to live with her mother Siobhan in Spain after being dumped
Bernie Kelly[28] N/A 1989-20?? Moved to Canada with relatives after the death of her mother, Mags
Gloria Leahy[29] Meagan Keogh  ????-???? Left Ireland searching for her real father, confused over his identity
Ritchie Lennon[30] Ronnie McCann  ????-???? Seconded after robbing a bank in County Mayo
Avi Bar Lev[31] Asaf B. Goldfrid  ????-2011 Abandoned business partnership with Pete and fled to London
James "Ringo" Leyden[32] Keith Duffy[33] 2008-2009 Moved to Sierra Leone to become involved in work for a charity
Lucy Mallon[34] Lorna Quinn 2011-2012 Left after becoming engaged in transplant flirtations with Dolores
Seamus McAleer[35] Vinnie McCabe 2005-2008 Left Ireland to stay with daughter Lauren in Spain after Bill murdered Annette
Philip McGuckian[36] Joe Taylor  ????-???? Fled after being unable to pay back a loan taken from a loanshark
Tracey McGuigan[37] Hilda Fay 2001-2008 Fled to Manchester after a dispute with a gangster
Robin McKenna[38] Orlaith Rafter 2001-2009 Moved to accept a job in Cork, offered by her ex-boyfriend Lennie
Lara Newman[39] Eilis O'Donnell 2009 Moved out of Ireland, leaving with her daughter Jane and Malachy
Cliodhna Norris[40] Aisling Bea 2009 Followed her boyfriend Ringo to Sierra Leone
Una Norris[41] Sandra Curran 2007-2009 Moved to Sierra Leone, recovering from the devastation caused by her brother Turlough's death
Angela O'Connell[42] Anne Kent 2005-2009 Seconded after being exposed as a thief
Mondo O'Connell[43] George McMahon 2002-2009 Moved to Manchester with partner Kira and their daughter Juliet
Barry O'Hanlon[44] Pat Nolan 1989-2011 Sentenced to twenty years in prison for killing Sarah
Baz O'Reilly[45] Pat Ainscough 2004 Followed his female companion to a hideout in Surrey
David Osbourne[46] Mat Fraser 2010,11 Left to accept a job in Limerick alongside his brother
Farrah Phelan[47] Sinead Keenan 1998-2003 Left to carry out charity work in Nigeria
Hughie Phelan[47] Joe Hanley 1988-2008 Left to accept a job in a club in Bermuda
Renee Phelan[48] Una Crawford O'Brien 1998-2009 2012-=
Nicola Prendergast[5] Claudia Carroll 1990-2005 Moved to live in Cork with her son Oisin
Duncan Stonehouse[49] Nathan Gordon  ????-2010 Left Ireland and enlisted with the Army in London
Aoife Stringer[50] Laoisha O'Callaghan  ????-???? Moved to Manchester to continue with her studies
Ian Walsh[51] Barry O'Connor  ????-2010 Transferred to County Mayo to accept a job in security
Valentina Williams[52] Nina Frye 2000-2001 Moved to Azerbaijan to start her new designer Label "Valentina Loves You"

Deceased characters[edit]

Character Actor Duration Status
Virgil the Virgin[53] Oran Deegan 2006-2008 Died injecting heroin into his eye balls in the local pub
Gina Cassidy[54] Deirdre Lawless 2007 Involved in a motor accident on her wedding day
Lana Dowling Tatiana Ouliankina 2003-2007 Kidnapped from her own home, and then brutally murdered to death
Helen Doyle Kira Carroll 1988-1998 Died in hospital after a nasty car accident
Eunice Dunstan[55] Joan O'Hara 1994-2007 Died of natural causes after the actress passed away
Lorcan Foley, Snr[56] Killian O'Sullivan 1999-2011 Shot dead by Rory after a vicious struggle
Mike Gleeson Seamus Moran 1996-2008 Electrocuted by a number of rogue loose electrical wires in a substation
Marty Halpin[57] Paul Lee 2002-2003 Killed himself after her murdered his wife Tess Halpin.
Tess Halpin[58] Sabina Brennan 2001-2003 Murdered by husband Marty. Tess was a victim of domestic abuse and was ultimately strangled by her husband who went on to kill himself. Survived by sons Damian and Mark and daughter Laura
Dominic Kavanagh[59] Joe Gallagher 2005-2008 Died alone in London after embarking on a drink and drugs binge in regret of the awful treatment of his partner and daughter
Mags Kelly[28] Joan Brosnan Walsh 1989-2009 Died in Canada after a natural disaster
Tony Kelly[19] Darragh Kelly 1997-2003 Killed after he was abducted and tortured by a group of very illegal immigrants
Billy Meehan[56] Stuart Dunne 1995-2004 Battered to death with a 5 iron golf club by Lorcan
Harry Molloy Paul Raynor 1991-2003 missing assumed dead
Jessica Molloy Victoria O'Connor 1991-2003 drug overdose on an ecstasy tablet that had been lost under the family home's suede couch after a night of babysitting went awry...
Lorraine Molloy Maeve McGrath 1991-2000 Killed in a hurricane on her honeymoon
Sarah Molloy[60] Declan Conlon 2009 Ran away in 1992
Sarah O'Leary[61] Gemma Doorly 2001-2009 Killed by Barry in a freak accident
Floyd Phelan Simon Keogh 2008 Died after becoming riddled with cancer in all parts of his body
Bill Taylor[62] Jonathan Ryan 2009 Died through injuries sustained in a fire while murdering his wife
Gabriel Udenze George Seremba 2005-2006 Burnt to death in an arson attack on his home
Rita Doyle[63] Jean Costello 1990-2013 Died of natural causes after her daughter Yvonne granted her wish not to be resuscitated.
Luke Dillon Liam Heffernan 2012-2013 Killed when he was trapped under a slab of concrete while trying to rescue his brother from a fire in Leo's factory.
Paddy Bishop[64] Andrew M. Connoly 2013 Daughter Charlotte stabs during a struggle after Paddy attacks Vivienne.

Celebrity cameos[edit]

The following famous faces have appeared in Fair City. Reg E. Cathey has expressed a wish to appear in Fair City,[65] as has Verity Rushworth.[66]

Character Duration Status
Gordon Snell 2011 Appeared at Bob's fundraiser.
Maeve Binchy[67] 2011 Appeared at Bob's fundraiser
Larry Gogan[68] 2008 Officially opened the community centre
Shane MacGowan[69] 2008 Appeared at a concert held in the city
Marty Whelan 2002 Appeared as an extra in McCoy's restaurant
Gay Byrne 1990 Appeared as himself when former character Lily Corcoran was featured in Late Late Show Audience

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  35. ^ "Seamus McAleer". RTÉ Television (Raidió Teilifís Éireann). 26 February 2008. 
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  43. ^ "Mondo O'Connell". RTÉ Television (Raidió Teilifís Éireann). 5 July 2010. 
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  49. ^ "Duncan Stonehouse". RTÉ Television (Raidió Teilifís Éireann). 
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  52. ^ "Ian Walsh". RTÉ Television (Raidió Teilifís Éireann). 
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  54. ^ "Gina Cassidy, RIP". RTÉ Television (Raidió Teilifís Éireann). 27 April 2010. 
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  60. ^ "Turlough Norris, RIP". RTÉ Television (Raidió Teilifís Éireann). 13 January 2009. 
  61. ^ "Sarah O'Leary, RIP". RTÉ Television (Raidió Teilifís Éireann). 
  62. ^ "Bill Taylor, RIP". RTÉ Television (Raidió Teilifís Éireann). 14 April 2010. 
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