Glen Wallace

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Glen Wallace
Glen Wallace 2016.jpg
Wallace in 2016
Born Glen Wallace
(1976-05-05) 5 May 1976 (age 41)
Ballymena, Northern Ireland
Occupation Actor
Years active 2003–present
Known for Hollyoaks (2007–2010)
Hollyoaks Later (2008–2010)
EastEnders (2014–)
The Secret (2016)
River City (2016–present)

Glen Wallace (born 5 May 1976) is a Northern Irish actor.

He is most notable for playing Malachy Fisher on popular Channel 4 teen soap opera, Hollyoaks from 2007 onwards. He also played Mr Michaels in Wire in the Blood in 2006. He appeared in Casualty, playing Bill Tree in 2005.[1] He played the lead character Guy in Mirror Mirror in 2006. He has had other roles in the past, playing a Riot Policeman in the multi-award winning Holy Cross for BBC Films.

In 2010, Glen, received his first British Soap Awards nomination in the category of Best Dramatic Performance. He lost to EastEnders star Lacey Turner.

Wallace quit Hollyoaks in 2010 and made his final appearance on 18 November 2010 where his character Malachy died from serious injuries after an explosion from the local restaurant, Il Gnosh.[2]

Wallace appeared in two episodes of Holby City as Andy Bryan, an old friend of surgeon Greg Douglas in August 2011.[3]

In March 2014 Wallace again appeared in Holby City for two episodes playing David Kilburn, the husband of Jess Griffin. He also played a Policeman DS Cameron Bryant in EastEnders. And also played murder victim Trevor Buchanan in the ITV series The Secret, based on the true-crime book Let This Be Our Secret about murderer Colin Howell.

In December 2016, Wallace joined Scottish soap opera River City as new series regular Grieg Roth.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Result Award Category Series Character
2010 Nominated British Soap Awards Best Actor Hollyoaks Malachy Fisher
Nominated British Soap Awards Best Dramatic Performance Hollyoaks Malachy Fisher
Nominated TV Quick and Choice Awards Best Soap Actor Hollyoaks Malachy Fisher

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Hollyoaks – Malachy Fisher (played by Glen Wallace). E4.com. Retrieved on 2011-10-16.
  2. ^ Glen Wallace (Malachy Fisher, 'Hollyoaks') – Hollyoaks Interview – Soaps – Digital Spy. Digitalspy.ca (2008-09-02). Retrieved on 2011-10-16.
  3. ^ Television. The BWH Agency. Retrieved on 2011-10-16.