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Taylor Sharpe[edit]

Taylor Sharpe
Hollyoaks character
Portrayed by Shaun Blackstock
Duration 2010
First appearance 21 June 2010
Last appearance 17 December 2010
Introduced by Paul Marquess
Classification Former; regular
Profile
Occupation Student

Taylor Sharpe, played by Shaun Blackstock, is the son of Gabby (Phina Oruche) and Phil Sharpe (Andonis Anthony), and brother of Amber Sharpe (Lydia Lloyd-Henry).[1] Taylor made his first on screen appearance on 21 June 2010.[2]

On 29 March 2010, Kris Green of Digital Spy reported that Phina Oruche had joined the cast of Hollyoaks and would play the mother of a new four-member mixed race family.[3] Green revealed that Oruche's character would arrive with a husband and their two children.[3] A day later, Hollyoaks' series producer, Paul Marquess, told a reporter from the official Hollyoaks website that Oruche would portray Gabby Sharpe, and announced Gabby's two children, Taylor and Amber.[4] Blackstock's casting in the role of Taylor was announced on 12 April 2010.[1] Lydia Lloyd-Henry and Andonis Anthony were cast in the roles of Taylor's sister and father, Amber and Phil, respectively.[1] A writer for the official Hollyoaks website described Taylor as "astute and sensitive".[5] The writer added that Taylor "knows what's going on around him" and "has a good nose for lies and secrets".[5]

In December 2010, the entire Sharpe family were unexpectedly written out of Hollyoaks.[6] In January 2011, Daniel Kilkelly of Digital Spy confirmed that Taylor and the rest of the Sharpe family had been axed and that their final scenes had already aired.[6] Oruche revealed that the Sharpe family were initially supposed to be written out temporarily, before being reintroduced.[7] However, the actor's were told in January 2011 that they would not be returning to the show.[7] Taylor made his final appearance on 17 December 2010.

Gabby Sharpe is knocked down by a passing car and Tony Hutchinson (Nick Pickard) helps rescue her. Gabby is admitted to hospital and she asks Tony to stay with her children, Taylor and Amber, as her husband, Phil, is away on business. Tony shows Taylor how to cook and they bond. Gabby ends her marriage to Phil and goes to stay with Tony, along with Taylor and Amber. Taylor and Amber decide to return home and Phil arrives to collect them. Gabby refuses to let Taylor and Amber leave. Taylor befriends Duncan Button (Dean Aspen) and they play computer games together. Taylor notices Duncan's attraction to Gabby and asks him to leave. Taylor urges Gabby to tell Tony that she has feelings for him.

Taylor befriends Arlo Davenport (Travis Yates) and goes to his house, where he meets Arlo's mother, Helen Davenport (Emma Vaudrey), and Arlo's younger brother, Tré Davenport (Charlie Behan). Phil arrives, and Arlo and Tré address him as their father. Taylor confronts Phil, who asks him not to tell Gabby and Amber. Taylor is shocked when Gabby brings Phil to stay with them for the night after she picks him up from the police station for driving under the influence. Taylor is angry with Phil and tells Gabby that Phil has another partner and two children with her. Phil asks Gabby to reconcile with him, but she refuses. The Davenport's discover the truth about Phil, but Taylor and Arlo agree to be friends. Taylor joins Lee Hunter's (Alex Carter) band, Guy Candy. Taylor becomes attracted to Sinead O'Connor (Stephanie Davis) and is jealous when Arlo takes her to the school dance. Taylor, Amber and Gabby later leave the village to live with Gabby's father.

Christopher T. Norman of the official Hollyoaks website ran a poll asking viewers which member of the Sharpe family was their favourite.[8] Taylor received the most votes, with 487 (36.81%) people voting for him.[8]

Phil Sharpe[edit]

Phil Sharpe
Hollyoaks character
Portrayed by Andonis Anthony
Duration 2010
First appearance 25 June 2010
Last appearance 22 November 2010
Introduced by Paul Marquess
Classification Former; recurring
Profile
Occupation Businessman

Phil Sharpe, played by Andonis Anthony, is the husband of Gabby Sharpe (Phina Oruche), and father of Amber Sharpe (Lydia Lloyd-Henry) and Taylor Sharpe (Shaun Blackstock).[1] Phil made his first on screen appearance on 25 June 2010.[9][10]

On 29 March 2010, Kris Green of Digital Spy reported that Phina Oruche had joined the cast of Hollyoaks and would play the mother of a new four-member mixed race family.[3] Green revealed that Oruche's character would arrive with a husband and their two children.[3] A day later, Hollyoaks' series producer, Paul Marquess, told a reporter from the official Hollyoaks website that Oruche would portray Gabby Sharpe, who would be introduced along with her two children, Amber and Taylor.[4] Gabby's husband and Amber and Taylor's father, Phil, was announced on 12 April 2010.[1] Green reported that Anthony had been cast in the role of Phil.[1] Anthony had previously made an appearance in the Hollyoaks spin-off, Hollyoaks: Movin' On, in 2001, playing Ritchie.[11] Anthony previously appeared in Hollyoaks in 2007 as Adam Clarke.[11] The actor also appeared in the second series of the Hollyoaks spin-off, Hollyoaks Later, as D.C. Gent in 2009.[11] Oruche described Phil as an "alpha male" and a "bit of a snob".[12] The actress told Green that Phil is "beautiful and strong" and a "Mediterranean man".[12] She explained "It's like male-dominated culture - he comes from that ilk - a bit 'women as cattle'. A kind of 'do as I say' personality."[12]

In December 2010, the entire Sharpe family were unexpectedly written out of Hollyoaks.[6] In January 2011, Daniel Kilkelly of Digital Spy confirmed that Phil and the rest of the Sharpe family had been axed and that their final scenes had already aired.[6] Oruche revealed that the Sharpe family were initially supposed to be written out temporarily, before being reintroduced.[7] However, the actor's were told in January 2011 that they would not be returning to the show.[7] Phil made his final appearance on 22 November 2010.[13]

Phil arrives at the hospital to visit his wife, Gabby, who has been knocked over by a passing car. Phil and Gabby go for a meal at il Gnosh restaurant, which is owned by Tony Hutchinson (Nick Pickard), who helped Gabby after she was knocked over. Phil is abrupt with Tony, and Phil and Gabby argue. Phil becomes angry and smashes a glass; he then walks out. Gabby plans to secretly leave Phil and Tony agrees to help her pack her belongings. Later, Phil arrives home and Tony hides in the garden. Phil sees Gabby's suitcases and confronts her. Gabby tells him that she is taking their children, Amber and Taylor, on holiday and asks him to leave. Phil refuses to leave and grabs Gabby in anger. Tony runs into the house to defend Gabby. Amber and Taylor arrive and Gabby tells them that they are leaving. Gabby, Amber and Taylor then leave to stay with Tony. Amber calls Phil and tells him where they are staying so he can collect her and Taylor and take them home. Gabby discovers this and tells Phil that Amber and Taylor are not leaving. Phil ignores Gabby and she threatens to reveal his secret. Phil then leaves alone.

Amber sees Gabby and Tony kissing and tells Phil that they have been having an affair. Phil punches Tony and Gabby tells Phil that Amber is lying. Gabby threatens to reveal Phil's secret and he leaves. Taylor befriends Arlo Davenport (Travis Yates) and goes to his house, where he meets Arlo's mother, Helen Davenport (Emma Vaudrey), and Arlo's younger brother, Tré Davenport (Charlie Behan). Phil arrives, and Arlo and Tré address him as their father. Taylor confronts Phil, who asks him not to tell Gabby and Amber. Taylor is shocked when Gabby brings Phil to stay with them for the night after she picks him up from the police station for driving under the influence. Taylor is angry with Phil and tells Gabby that Phil has another partner and two children with her. Phil asks Gabby to reconcile with him. Gabby tells Phil that she knows about his other family. Gabby tells Phil that she now loves Tony. Phil later discovers that Amber is pregnant and rejects her.

Christopher T. Norman of the official Hollyoaks website ran a poll asking viewers which member of the Sharpe family was their favourite.[8] Phil received the least votes, with 94 (7.11%) people voting for him.[8]

Kevin Smith[edit]

Kevin Smith
Hollyoaks character
Portrayed by Cameron Crighton
Duration 2010
First appearance 29 July 2010
Last appearance 4 November 2010
Introduced by Paul Marquess
Classification Former; recurring
Profile
Occupation Student

Kevin Smith, played by Cameron Crighton, made his first on screen appearance on 29 July 2010.[14] The character was announced on 6 June 2010.[15] The Daily Star's Susan Hill revealed that Kevin is an alien from Aecyron Proxima ­Centauri, a red dwarf star in the constellation of Centauri.[15] Kevin befriends Elliot Bevan (Garnon Davies) and Hill reported that Elliot tries to convince everyone that Kevin is an alien.[15] However, everyone refuses to believe Elliot's claims.[15] Hill stated "But Kevin really is an alien. And viewers will see him ­disappear as quickly as he arrived – by shooting up into the sky as a star."[15] A Hollyoaks insider explained "Everyone knows Hollyoaks can get away with different storylines. But having an alien land in the ­village is just out of this world."[15] They added that the show's producers have to convince viewers that they are watching an actual alien.[15] Kevin is on a "mission of discovery" as everything on Earth is new to him.[15]

The insider revealed that "some of the cast actually burst out laughing" when they were told about Kevin's storyline.[15] Hollie-Jay Bowes (who plays Michaela McQueen) later confirmed the storyline on social networking service, Twitter, posting "cos its an actual story line!x lol".[16] Bowes was sacked from the show as a result of this.[17] A Hollyoaks source told Kris Green of Digital Spy that Bowes "annoyed" storyliners by confirming the plot.[17] Crighton's casting in the role of Kevin was announced in July 2010.[18] Christopher T. Norman of the official Hollyoaks website described Kevin as "a bit weird".[19] In September 2010, Georgina Littlejohn of the Daily Mail reported that Crighton had recently finished filming with the show.[20] Kevin made his final appearance on 4 November 2010.

Kevin befriends Elliot Bevan and tells him that he is an alien. Kevin explains that he wants to return to his planet, Aecyron Proxima ­Centauri. Nancy Hayton (Jessica Fox) and Kris Fisher (Gerard McCarthy) dismiss Kevin's claims. Kevin befriends Tom Cunningham (Ellis Hollins) and they discuss the belief in life after death. Kevin begins studying at Hollyoaks Community College and moves into the Halls of Residence. Kevin hears a voice through his transmitter and is given an order to retrieve some instructions from inside Jem Costello's (Helen Russell-Clark) bra. Kevin finds Jem at her father, Carl Costello's (Paul Opacic), public house and attempts to get the instructions from her bra. Carl witnesses this and throws Kevin out of the pub. Doug finds Kevin's birth certificate and learns that Kevin is not an alien and was in fact abandoned by his parents at birth. Kevin's housemates discover this, but he continues with the pretense that he is an alien. Kevin decides to build a beacon in order for his planet's race to locate him. Elliot agrees to help him. Elliot learns that Kevin is not an alien and discovers the truth about his background. Kevin finishes building the beacon and activates it. Kevin gives Tom a telescope as a gift. Kevin also secures Elliot employment at NASA after informing them that Elliot has discovered a new planet.

Norman ran a poll asking viewers which new five freshers was their favourite.[19] Kevin was voted the fourth favourite fresher, with 814 (14.54%) people voting for him.[19]

Alistair Longford[edit]

Alistair Longford
Hollyoaks character
Portrayed by Terence Harvey
Duration 2010
First appearance 24 August 2010
Last appearance 24 September 2010
Introduced by Paul Marquess
Classification Former; recurring
Profile
Occupation Businessman

Alistair Longford, played by Terence Harvey, made his first on screen appearance on 24 August 2010.[21] In March 2010, Stephanie Waring (who plays Cindy Cunningham) told Kate Walsh, Melinda Messenger and Ian Wright of Live From Studio Five that she was pregnant with her second child.[22] It was revealed in April 2010 that Waring would take maternity leave from Hollyoaks later in the year.[23] Hollyoaks' series producer, Paul Marquess, told a writer from Inside Soap that Cindy would feature in a "really outrageous" storyline to facilitate Waring's departure.[23] He explained "When I told [Waring], her jaw hit the floor - and then bounced back up again!"[23] Waring told Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield of This Morning that the storyline is "fabulous" for the character of Cindy.[24] She said "When [Marquess] told me I was kind of shocked. I can't say what it is, but it's funny. Not funny, but shocking funny."[24] In July 2010, Georgina Littlejohn of the Daily Mail revealed the storyline, reporting that Cindy would decide to marry Alistair Longford, a 72-year-old millionaire.[25] Alistair is introduced as the grandfather of established characters, India Longford (Beth Kingston) and Texas Longford (Bianca Hendrickse-Spendlove).[25] The character of Alistair and Harvey's casting in the role were announced on 20 July 2010.[25] Alistair made his final appearance on 24 September 2010.

In March 2011, Waring told a writer from Soaplife that Alistair had been killed off-screen.[26] She explained "He fell off an Alp! I don't think she [killed him], but she does keep changing her story. One minute, she says they were on a skiing holiday together in Switzerland and then, she says she wasn't there when it happened."[26]

Alistair attends a food fair organised by Tony Hutchinson (Nick Pickard) and begins choking on his food. Myra McQueen (Nicole Barber-Lane) performs the Heimlich manoeuvre on Alistair and saves him. However, Myra is feigning a neck injury to sue Tony and her neck brace becomes loose whilst she is saving Alistair. Myra tells Alistair that it was Cindy Cunningham who saved him. Alistair gives Cindy a handful of money to thank her and offers to buy her a drink. Cindy accepts and she and Alistair become friends. Cindy agrees to a date with Alistair and they have a picnic. Cindy becomes concerned about the age difference between herself and Alistair. Alistair is revealed to be the grandfather of India Longford and Texas Longford. Cindy learns of this and becomes uncomfortable. Alistair visits India and Texas to discuss their allowance and Texas' overspending. Cindy discovers that Alistair is a millionaire and begins pursuing him. Alistair and Cindy embark on a relationship. Alistair proposes marriage to Cindy and she accepts. Alistair asks Cindy to sign a prenuptual agreement and as she makes her decision, Alistair collapses with a heart attack. Alistair is saddened when he learns that Cindy has ended their engagement. Cindy calls Alistair and they agree to meet. Alistair and Cindy resume their engagement. India and Texas believe that Cindy is only interested in Alistair's money and decide to sabotage their wedding. India and Texas call Alistair's mother, Blanche Longford (Georgina Hale), who arrives to stop Alistair marrying Cindy. Alistair tells Cindy that Blanche has caused his previous wives to leave him. Blanche tries to convince Alistair that Cindy is only interested in his money, but to no avail. Cindy's ex-boyfriend, Darren Osborne (Ashley Taylor Dawson), interrupts Alistair and Cindy's wedding ceremony, hoping to reconcile with her, but she refuses. Alistair and Cindy marry, and leave to go travelling for their honeymoon. In March 2011, Cindy returns to the village and reveals that Alistair died falling off an Alp in Switzerland.

Finn O'Connor[edit]

Finn O'Connor, played by Connor Wilkinson from 2010 to 2011 and Keith Rice from 2013 onwards, is the son of Rob O'Connor (Gary Cargill), stepson of Diane O'Connor (Alexandra Fletcher), and brother of Sinead O'Connor (Stephanie Davis).[27] Finn made his first on screen appearance on 1 September 2010.[28] In 2010, Hollyoaks acquired a new series producer, Paul Marquess.[29] After his appointment, Marquess embarked on the show's rejuvenation[30] and axed a number of cast members.[31][32] Marquess revealed that lots of fantastic new characters had been created to compensate for the departures.[33] Following the announcement of the new Sharpe and Costello families,[1] Marquess told a reporter from Inside Soap that a third new family would be introduced.[34] The O'Connor family, described as a "four-member Liverpudlian tribe", were announced on 16 June 2010.[27] It was announced that Wilkinson had been cast in the role of Finn.[27] Gary Cargill and Alexandra Fletcher were cast as Finn's father and stepmother, Rob and Diane, respectively.[27] Stephanie Davis was cast as Finn's sister, Sinead.[27] Marquess commented, "We're very excited about the arrival of the O'Connors who burst onto screens in August with a very dramatic story-line."[27] The part of Finn is Wilkinson's first major television role.[35] Wilkinson was required to balance his filming requirements with schooling.[36] In August 2012, series producer Emma Smithwick told Daniel Kilkelly of Digital Spy that Finn had departed off-screen.[37] She said "As for Finn in terms of storylines, he's with his dad and the stories haven't really demanded that he should be there, so we won't see him for the moment - but we'll see."[37] On 6 March 2013, it was announced that Finn would be returning in April with Rice taking over the role.[38]

Rob O'Connor[edit]

Rob O'Connor
Hollyoaks character
Portrayed by Gary Cargill
Duration 2010–11, 2013
First appearance 1 September 2010
Last appearance 15 April 2013
Introduced by Paul Marquess (2010)
Bryan Kirkwood (2013)
Classification Former; regular
Profile
Occupation Deputy head teacher

Rob O'Connor, played by Gary Cargill, is the husband of Diane O'Connor (Alexandra Fletcher), and father of Sinead O'Connor (Stephanie Davis) and Finn O'Connor (Connor Wilkinson).[27] Rob made his first on screen appearance on 1 September 2010.[39]

In 2010, Hollyoaks acquired a new series producer, Paul Marquess.[29] After his appointment, Marquess embarked on the show's rejuvenation[30] and axed a number of cast members.[31][32] Marquess revealed that lots of fantastic new characters had been created to compensate for the departures.[33] Following the announcement of the new Sharpe and Costello families,[1] Marquess told a reporter from Inside Soap that a third new family would be introduced.[34] The O'Connor family, described as a "four-member Liverpudlian tribe", were announced on 16 June 2010.[27] It was announced that Cargill had been cast in the role of husband and father, Rob.[27] Alex Fletcher was cast as Rob's wife, Diane, and Stephanie Davis and Connor Wilkinson were cast as Rob's children, Sinead and Finn respectively.[27] Marquess commented, "We're very excited about the arrival of the O'Connors who burst onto screens in August with a very dramatic story-line."[27] Rob is introduced as the deputy head teacher of Hollyoaks High School.[40] A writer for the official Hollyoaks website described Rob as an "easy-going man", who is "good" at his job.[40]

In January 2011, Rob was unexpectedly written out of Hollyoaks.[6] That same month, Daniel Kilkelly of Digital Spy confirmed that Rob would remain offscreen "for the time being".[6] Rob departed on 12 January 2011. On 9 April 2013, it was announced that Rob would be returning as part of Finn's reintroduction to the show.[41]

Rob moves to Hollyoaks village along with his wife, Diane, and his children, Sinead and Finn, after finding employment as Hollyoaks High School's new deputy head teacher. Rob is promoted to acting head teacher after his predecessor is taken ill. Rob offers Eva Strong (Sheree Murphy) a job as a design assistant at the school. Rob discovers that Diane has taken an abandoned baby boy from the hospital after her round of In vitro fertilisation treatment fails. Diane pleads with Rob to let her raise the baby as their own. Rob attempts to convince Diane to return the baby, but she refuses. Nurse Lynsey Nolan (Karen Hassan) discovers what Diane has done and attempts to return the baby to the hospital. Rob tries to convince Lynsey to let Diane return to the baby to the hospital herself. Diane realises the consequences of her actions and hands the baby over to Lynsey.

Finn and Amber Sharpe (Lydia Lloyd-Henry) have sex, resulting in Amber becoming pregnant. Amber develops a crush on Rob and writes in her diary that Rob is the father of her unborn child. Amber kisses Rob, which Eva witnesses. Eva steals Amber's diary and attempts to blackmail Rob with the information inside it. Eva's daughter, Anita Roy (Saira Choudhry), takes pity on Rob and gives him the diary so he can dispose of it. Anita is unaware that Eva has taken the incriminating pages of out the diary. Anita and Rob search for the missing pages at Eva's flat. Eva discovers them alone together and wrongly assumes that they are having an inappropriate relationship. Eva reports Rob to the police and he is arrested. Diane then admits that Rob was her teacher at school when they began a relationship. It transpires that when they began a relationship, Rob was married to Sinead and Finn's mother, Morag (Lisa Coleman). Diane reveals to Sinead that Morag is alive and not dead as first thought. Diane explains that learning of the revelation made her steal the baby from the hospital months earlier. Rob and Diane end their marriage and Rob plans to move away with Sinead and Finn. However, Sinead and Finn refuse and decide to remain behind with Diane.

Christopher T. Norman of the official Hollyoaks website ran a poll asking viewers which member of the O'Connor family was their favourite.[42] Rob received the least votes, with 1,053 (19.12%) people voting for him.[42]

Jamil Fadel[edit]

Jamil Fadel
Hollyoaks character
Portrayed by Sikander Malik
Duration 2010–11
First appearance 13 September 2010
Last appearance 9 September 2011
Introduced by Paul Marquess
Spin-off
appearances
Hollyoaks: Freshers (2010)
Hollyoaks Later (2010)
Classification Former; regular
Profile
Occupation Student
Radio DJ (2011)
Home London[43]

Jamil Fadel, played by Sikander Malik, made his first on screen appearance on 13 September 2010.[44] The character and casting was announced on 15 July 2010.[45] Jamil is one of three new characters created for the Hollyoaks online spin-off, Hollyoaks: Freshers who also appear in the main show, along with Doug Carter (PJ Brennan) and Leanne Holiday (Jessica Forrest).[45] Hollyoaks: Freshers was created due to the success of spin-off, Hollyoaks: The Morning After The Night Before in 2009.[45] The shows executive producer, Lee Hardman, said "Hollyoaks: The Morning After The Night Before was a huge success for us and we hope to build on that success with Hollyoaks: Freshers, which will explore the concept of multi-layered storytelling - engaging the audience across multiple, digital platforms."[45] Jody Smith, Channel 4's cross platform commissioner for drama, entertainment and comedy, added: "Freshers is an exciting new direction for Hollyoaks. We're introducing a batch of new characters with over 60 minutes of original online drama and social media, telling their back-stories and journey to Hollyoaks before they arrive on TV. It will be a fun, fast-moving adventure, featuring some cast favourites and many surprises along the way."[45]

On 23 June 2011, Daniel Kilkelly of Digital Spy reported that Malik would be departing Hollyoaks at the end of his current contract.[46] Kilkelly said that viewers began to speculate Malik's departure after he was removed from the show's updated opening titles.[46] Malik confirmed his departure on social networking service, Twitter, posting "It's because due to my certain concerns, I have decided to leave Hollyoaks this year at the end of my contract."[46] The following day, Malik explained his decision to leave the show on Twitter, saying that he feels he has "more to give" as an actor.[47] Malik admitted that his decision to leave was based on his lack of storylines.[47] Jamil departed on 9 September 2011.

A writer for the official Hollyoaks: Freshers website described Jamil as a "nice, polite young chap".[48] The writer added that Jamil finds it hard to "fit in" with others.[48] Kilkelly described Jamil as an "unlucky-in-love student".[46] Of Jamil, a writer for the official Hollyoaks website stated that he is "more James May than James Dean".[43]

Jamil attends an open-day at Hollyoaks Community College and meets Charlotte Lau (Amy Yamazaki), who he pursues. Charlotte's best friend, Dave Colburn (Elliot James Langridge), invites Jamil to a festival that himself and Charlotte are going too. They are refused entry to the festival as their tickets are counterfeit. Doug Carter invites Jamil, Charlotte and Dave to accompany him on a trip to France. The group play Spin the bottle, and Charlotte and Jamil have to kiss. In France, the group are employed by a farmer to earn money. The group notice that Jamil has two mobile phones and wrongly assume that he is a drug dealer. Jamil succumbs to peer pressure from the group to drink alcohol. Jamil subsequently becomes ill and vomits. Jamil then returns home.

Jamil arrives in Hollyoaks village to study at Hollyoaks Community College and moves into the Halls of Residence. Jamil asks Charlotte out on a date, not realizing she is a homosexual. Charlotte admits her sexuality to Jamil, who is embarrassed. Jamil befriends India Longford (Beth Kingston) and they have sex. Jamil's fiancé, Lanika (Sarah Patel), arrives and confronts Jamil as to why he fled before they were married. Jamil and Lanika talk and they agree to marry. Jamil's brother, Rashad Fadel (Leon Jan), also arrives and persuades him to marry Lanika. Jamil lets his friends assume that it is an arranged marriage. Jamil's concerned friends, Darren Osborne (Ashley Taylor Dawson) and Texas Longford (Bianca Hendrickse-Spendlove), kidnap him so that he does not have to marry Lanika. Darren and Texas handcuff Jamil, but loose the key for the handcuffs. Jamil admits to Darren and Texas that he is not having an arranged marriage and apologizes for lieing to them. Darren frees Jamil from the handcuffs, and Jamil arrives at the registry office for the wedding. Lanika begins to have doubts, and she and Jamil decide not to marry. Lanika then leaves.

Jamil has a one-night stand with Mercedes Fisher (Jennifer Metcalfe) and is shocked to discover that she may be HIV positive. Mercedes later reveals that she lied and does not have HIV. Jamil becomes a DJ for the university radio station. Jamil helps Texas and Mandy Richardson (Sarah Jayne Dunn) scam Cindy Longford (Stephanie Waring) out of her money by painting pictures and passing them off as expensive pieces of artwork. Jamil develops feelings for Texas which are not reciprocated. Texas uses Jamil to make her love interest, Dodger (Danny Mac), jealous. Jamil becomes irritated by his friends selfish behavior and decides to leave university to go and work for Rashad. Jamil says goodbye to his friends and they make amends before he leaves the village.

Christopher T. Norman of the official Hollyoaks website ran a poll asking viewers which new five freshers was their favourite.[19] Jamil was voted the second favourite fresher, with 1,425 (25.45%) people voting for him.[19]

Kathleen-Angel McQueen[edit]

Kathleen-Angel McQuren
Hollyoaks character
Duration 2010—
First appearance 29 October 2010
Introduced by Paul Marquess
Spin-off
appearances
Hollyoaks Later (2010)
Classification Present; recurring
Profile
Home 26 Leigh Road

Kathleen-Angel McQueen (née Angel Valentine) is the daughter of Calvin Valentine (Ricky Whittle) and Theresa McQueen (Jorgie Porter).[49] She is born in the final episode of series three of the Hollyoaks spin-off, Hollyoaks Later, broadcast on 29 October 2010.[49]

In December 2009, Kris Green of Digital Spy reported that Hollyoaks would broadcast a flashforward episode, set six months into the future.[50] Green reported that the episode would feature the wedding of Calvin and Carmel McQueen (Gemma Merna),[50] and the murder of Calvin after he is shot by an unknown assailant.[51] It was revealed that the death would spark a whodunnit storyline,[51] with Theresa a suspect for Calvin's murder.[52] Whittle told Green that the suspects motives to murder Calvin would be explained in normal episodes over the next six months.[53]

In March 2010, Whittle told a reporter from Soaplife that Calvin would have a one-night stand with Theresa, the cousin of his partner, Carmel.[54] Whittle revealed that the one-night stand would have repercussions for both Calvin and Theresa.[54] Porter told a reporter from Soaplife that Theresa had sex with Calvin because she thought his relationship with Carmel was over.[55] Porter added that Theresa feels "terrible" about her actions.[55] However, Theresa has "really fallen" for Calvin as he is her "dream man".[55] Porter said "She’s so young and naive she thinks he likes her."[55] In May 2010, Theresa discovers that she is pregnant with Calvin's child.[55] Of how Theresa discovers that she is pregnant, Porter explained "Theresa’s so paranoid she always does a pregnancy test after stupidly having sex with no contraception. But she’s gobsmacked when the result is positive."[55] Theresa wants to tell Calvin, but she is "struggling to find the right time".[55] Porter stated that Theresa hopes to begin a relationship with Calvin once he learns of her pregnancy, but admitted that it is "not likely to happen".[55] She said "He’s more likely to offer to pay for an abortion."[55] Theresa informs Calvin that she is pregnant with his child and he advises her to have a termination.[56] When asked by a reporter from Soaplife about the possibility of Theresa being Calvin's killer, Porter said "It could be her, but I like to think she wouldn’t do something so stupid..."[55]

In the episode broadcast on 21 May 2010, Theresa is revealed to be Calvin's killer.[57] Of Theresa's motive, Porter explained "Well, she'd recently had a night of naughtiness with Calvin, and as a result she fell pregnant. She was really stressed out about it and he's getting married so she thinks, 'If I go and tell him maybe he won't get married to her and maybe he'll want to bring up the baby with [me]'. I think she thought he would be with her."[57] Porter opined that Theresa's pregnancy would allow viewers to see "a completely different side to her character".[57] However, the actress was unaware whether Theresa would go through with the pregnancy.[57] Porter stated that she "wouldn't mind" working with a baby.[57]

Theresa decides to terminate her pregnancy.[58] Carmel learns of Theresa's pregnancy after Lauren Valentine (Dominique Jackson) accidentally reveals that Theresa is having a termination.[58] However, Carmel is unaware that the baby is Calvin's.[58] Merna said that Carmel is desperate for Theresa not to have a termination.[58] Of Carmel's motives, Merna explained "Just days before, Carmel thinks she's pregnant and is really pleased. She'd love to have had Calvin's baby because it would mean a part of him is still alive. But it turns out to be a false alarm so when she hears Theresa's pregnant it gives her something to live for. It’s a new life. It's hope."[58] Merna said that Carmel would be "devastated, jealous, betrayed" if she learns that Calvin is the baby's father.[58] Merna added that "maybe a little part of [Carmel] might be glad Calvin lives on in the baby."[58]

Theresa decides not to have an abortion.[59] Theresa later confesses to Carmel that she killed Calvin and explains that he is the father of her unborn child.[59] Carmel tells Theresa that she will report her to the police after she has given birth.[60] Theresa gives birth to a baby girl in October 2010 in the final episode of series three of Hollyoaks Later.[61] Carmel tells Theresa that if she lets her raise the baby, she will not report her to the police.[62] Merna told a writer from Soaplife that Carmel thinks that Theresa should be punished for killing Calvin.[62] Discussing Carmel's motives to take the baby, Merna told the reporter "In Carmel’s mind, the baby is hers. It’s Calvin’s baby therefore it is her baby because they were supposed to be the ones who were going to have a child together."[62] The actress added that Carmel is "really angry" and wants to make Theresa "pay for ruining her life".[62] Carmel "dearly wants to bring the baby up" as she believes she can give the baby a better life than Theresa could.[62] Porter opined that Theresa does not want to hand over the baby, but feels guilty for killing Calvin.[63] Porter told a writer from Inside Soap "She's desperate to redeem herself, so giving a little piece of him back to Carmel helps to ease her guilt."[63] Carmel persuades Theresa to let her raise the baby and Porter stated that Theresa knows it is "the right thing to do".[63] Carmel names the baby Angel.[62][63] In December 2010, Theresa's mother, Kathleen McQueen (Alison Burrows), has Angel christened under the name of Kathleen-Angel.[64]

In January 2011, Daniel Kilkelly of Digital Spy reported that Kathleen-Angel and Theresa would be kidnapped by Kyle Ryder (Neil Toon), who was framed for Calvin's murder.[65] Kyle escapes from prison and Theresa is "frightened for her life" as she unintentionally framed him for Calvin's murder.[66] Theresa arranges to stay with a friend in Manchester after her family tell her to leave the village.[66] Theresa decides to take Kathleen-Angel as it is not safe for her to remain in the village.[67] Kathleen-Angel and Theresa are then kidnapped by Kyle and he takes her to a disused bank.[66] Kyle ties Theresa up and her "mothering instincts kick in" as Kathleen-Angel is with her.[66] Of the situation, Porter told Kilkelly "She's absolutely terrified, but she also becomes a bit of a warrior because she feels like she really has to protect [Kathleen-Angel]."[66] Theresa is worried that Kyle will harm Kathleen-Angel as revenge.[66] Kyle knows that Kathleen-Angel is Theresa's weakness and uses her to unsettle Theresa.[66] Theresa manages to escape Kyle with Kathleen-Angel and calls Carmel.[67] Carmel arrives at the building with DC Ethan Scott (Craig Vye).[67] Warren Fox (Jamie Lomas) discovers that Theresa has been kidnapped and goes to the building also.[67] Kyle and Ethan fight, and Ethan falls down a lift shaft.[67][68] Kyle grabs Kathleen-Angel from Theresa and refuses to hand her back.[68] Warren then shoots Kyle, unaware that he is holding Kathleen-Angel.[67][68] Kyle and Kathleen-Angel subsequently fall down the lift shaft.[67][68] Ethan lifts Kathleen-Angel out of the lift shaft to safety.[69] Theresa is injured after rescuing Ethan from the lift shaft.[69] Kathleen-Angel becomes ill and is placed on life support,[70] but she later recovers.[71]

Theresa McQueen has a one-night stand with Calvin Valentine, the partner of her cousin, Carmel McQueen. Theresa later discovers that she is pregnant. Theresa informs Calvin that she is pregnant with his child and he advises her to terminate the pregnancy. Theresa is angry at Calvin's suggestion and shoots him dead. Theresa considers having a termination, but Carmel, who is unaware of the baby's paternity, persuades her not to. Theresa confesses to Carmel that she killed Calvin and reveals that he is the father of her unborn child. Carmel tells Theresa that she will report her to the police after she has given birth. Theresa gives birth to a baby girl. Carmel tells Theresa that if she lets her raise the baby, she will not report her to the police. Theresa agrees and Carmel names the baby Angel. Theresa's mother, Kathleen McQueen, secretly has Angel christened under the name of Kathleen-Angel. Kathleen-Angel and Theresa are kidnapped by Kyle Ryder, who Theresa framed for Calvin's murder. Kyle holds Kathleen-Angel and Theresa captive at a disused bank. Theresa escapes with Kathleen-Angel and calls Carmel, who arrives with DC Ethan Scott. Theresa's confidant, Warren Fox, also arrives. Ethan falls down a lift shaft after he fights with Kyle. Kyle grabs Kathleen-Angel from Theresa and refuses to hand her back. Warren shoots Kyle, unaware that he is holding Kathleen-Angel. Kyle and Kathleen-Angel then fall down the lift shaft. Ethan lifts Kathleen-Angel out of the lift shaft to safety. Kathleen-Angel is admitted to hospital, where she becomes ill and is placed on life support. Kathleen-Angel's breathing tube is removed to see whether she can breathe unaided. Kathleen-Angel then begins breathing on her own. Carmel later returns Kathleen-Angel to Theresa.

Danny Houston[edit]

Danny Houston
Hollyoaks character
Portrayed by Darren Day
Duration 2010
First appearance 19 October 2010
Last appearance 28 December 2010
Introduced by Paul Marquess
Classification Former; recurring
Profile
Occupation Nightclub owner

Danny Houston, played by Darren Day, made his first on screen appearance on 19 October 2010.[72] Danny is the best friend of Brendan Brady (Emmett J. Scanlan).[73] Danny is also Cheryl Brady's (Bronagh Waugh) silent partner in Chez Chez nightclub.[72]

The character of Danny and Day's casting in the role were announced on 21 September 2010.[73] Day said of his casting: "I've really enjoyed filming with Hollyoaks and I'm excited about coming back. Danny is the type of character any actor would kill to play and the part has been made even better as I'm working with great talent such as Claire [Cooper, who plays Jacqui McQueen], Emmett and Bronagh."[73] The actor added that he was "delighted" to join the cast of Hollyoaks.[73] Of Day's casting, Hollyoaks' series producer, Paul Marquess, said "Danny Houston is a dangerous but very charming character who makes an aggressive impact in his first episodes."[73] Marquess added that Day plays the part of Danny "brilliantly".[73] Ryan Love of Digital Spy revealed that Day would make a brief appearance as Danny in October, before returning later in the year.[73]

Day initially signed to appear in one episode.[74] Day revealed that Hollyoaks contacted his agent and asked to meet with him about the possibility of appearing in the show.[74] He told Digital Spy's Daniel Kilkelly "Then there was a meeting with the producer Paul Marquess and the casting director Dorothy Andrews - we had a little chat, they told me about the character and put me on camera."[74] Day learned that he had been cast as Danny whilst travelling home from the meeting.[74] Day began filming his scenes a week later, which he "really enjoyed".[74] Day said that the show's producers "really liked what [he had] done" and told him that Danny would be reintroduced.[74] Of his reintroduction, Day said "I thought that was great. It's been a bit mad really, but in a good way! It's really exciting."[74]

Danny was initially described as a "bad boy".[73][75] When asked to describe his character by Kilkelly, Day stated "The producer has told me that he's the baddest on the block. There is going to be no-one badder than Danny Houston - he's about as bad as it gets and is the epitome of a soap villain really."[75] Danny is a "London villain" and a silent partner in Chez Chez.[74] Day told Kilkelly that Danny has been involved with Chez Chez from London, but now he wants to be involved in the business on a "personal level".[74] Danny has a reputation, which makes people "wary" of him.[74] Day said "From what I've been told, no-one will mess with Danny - and for an actor, that's really, really exciting."[74]

Love revealed that Danny would become attracted Jacqui, who is dating Brendan.[73] Danny and Jacqui first meet off-screen after Brendan takes her to meet Danny for lunch.[76] Day explained that Danny and Jacqui "just seemed to click" and they begin dating off-screen.[76] Day opined that Danny is attracted to Jacqui's outspoken behaviour as he is used to get his own way.[76] Jacqui stands up to Danny and he is "quite intrigued" by her feisty nature.[76] Danny gets "gets a little bit heavy and possessive" after seeing Jacqui talking to another man and rebukes her.[74][76] Day revealed that Jacqui becomes "a bit scared and backs off" from Danny.[74][76] The actor told Kilkelly that upon Danny's return, he and Jacqui would begin a relationship.[76] He said [...] "I think Jacqui feels she might be able to tame him a little bit. But he's not really up for that! He can't be tamed really!"[76] However, Jacqui embarks on a relationship with Rhys Ashworth (Andrew Moss).[77]

In November 2010, Kilkelly announced that Danny would feature in a one-off late-night special episode of Hollyoaks, titled King of Hearts.[78] The storyline begins when Danny discovers that Jacqui and Rhys have been cheating in a poker game that he is hosting.[78] Danny orders Jacqui and Rhys to return the money that they have stole.[78] Danny tells Jacqui that they will not have to repay the money if she has sex with him.[78] Jacqui agrees and Kilkelly revealed that Danny's heavies would surround Jacqui as he orders her to remove her clothes at knife point.[78] Day told a writer from Inside Soap that Danny hopes to reunite with Jacqui as he is "completely attracted" to her "feisty" nature.[79] Day said "I'd go as far to say he's on the verge of being in love with her, even."[79] Danny cannot accept that Jacqui would prefer to be in a relationship with Rhys rather than him.[79] Day opined that Danny's demands are "his way of trying to get back with her".[79] Day told a Bang Showbiz reporter that Danny's demands are revenge for Jacqui ending their relationship.[80] Day said "The last thing Danny said to Jacqui was, 'I'm going to make you pay for this in a way you wouldn't believe'."[80] Danny sees the situation as the "perfect opportunity to carry out his revenge" on Jacqui.[80] Day revealed that the audience would see a clock ticking at the beginning of each scene in the episode.[79] Discussing the situation, Day explained "[The clocks] counts down how long Jacqui and Rhys have got left. As an additional incentive, Danny tells Rhys he'll do something nasty to a delicate area of his body if they miss the deadline. So they have to hurry up!"[79]

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