Holby City 캐릭터 목록 - List of Holby City characters

A partially frosted window which reads 'Holby City NHS, NHS Trust'
Borehamwood의 BBC Elstree Center위치한 Holby City 세트 .

Holby City1999 년 1 월 12 일부터 영국 BBC One 에서방영 된영국의 의료 드라마 TV 시리즈입니다. [1] 이 시리즈는 Tony McHale Mal Young 이 BBC 의료 드라마 Casualty 스핀 오프 로 제작했습니다. 이것은똑같이 가상의 도시 Holby에 기반을 둔가상의 Holby City 병원 응급실에 설정되어있습니다. [2] [3] 이 쇼는 병원의 외과 병동에있는 의료진과 보조 진의 전문적이고 개인적인 가상의 삶에 초점을 맞추고 있습니다. [4]그것은 주로 BorehamwoodBBC Elstree Center 에서 촬영됩니다 . [5] 이 프로그램은 1000 개 이상의 에피소드로 구성된 21 개의 전체 시리즈를 방영했으며 현재 22 번째 시리즈를 방영 중 입니다. [6] [7] 영에서 치료를 환자에게 무슨 일이 있었는지 탐구하고 싶어 사상자 들이 병원의 외과 병동에 멀리 찍은 후. [4] 그는 사상자 가 "금주의 사고"스토리 라인에만 국한된 반면 Holby City 는 즉각적인 생사 결정보다는 장기 요양에 관한 스토리 라인의 가능성을 허용 했다고 주장했습니다 . [8]경찰 절차스핀 오프 인 HolbyBlue 는 2007 년 5 월 8 일부터 방영을 시작했으며 시청률이 좋지 않아 취소되기 전에 두 시리즈를 진행했습니다. [9]

이 연재물 은 정규 및 반복 캐릭터 앙상블 캐스트 를 특징으로하며, 첫 번째 시리즈의 11 명의 주인공으로 시작되었으며 , 이후 모두 쇼를 떠났습니다. [5] 이후 등장 인물이 시리즈 안팎으로 작성되었으며 현재 약 16 명의 배우가 주연으로 고용되었습니다. [10] 4 번째 와 22 번째 시리즈 사이에 500 개가 넘는 에피소드에 출연 한이 쇼의 최장수 캐릭터는 Hugh Quarshie가 연기 한 Ric Griffin 입니다. [11] 또한 Holby City 는 각 에피소드의 게스트 아티스트와 스토리 아크에 등장하는 반복되는 캐릭터를 선보입니다.[12] 쇼의 많은 정규 출연진은 Holby City Casualty 에서 환자와 직원으로 사전에 사소한 모습을 보였습니다. 2015 년에 캐스팅 디렉터는 Casualty 에서 환자로 게스트역할을 맡은 Cara Martinez 의 정규 역할을위해 Niamh Walsh고용했습니다. [13] Holby City의 캐릭터가 자매 쇼 Casualty HolbyBlue에 등장했으며그 반대의 경우도 마찬가지입니다. 대부분의 캐릭터는 게스트 스타이지만 일부는 정규 캐스트 멤버가되었습니다. Amanda Mealing Connie Beauchamp Casualty에 합류했습니다.2014 년 Holby City 에서 6 년 동안 근무했습니다 . 닉 요르단 배우 마이클 프랑스어 모두의 메인 캐스트에 stints을했다 Holby 도시사상자 , 그리고 클라이브 맨틀은 자신의 역할 되풀이 마이크 바라트을Holby 도시 이년 떠난 후, 1999 년에 사상자를 . [14]

현재 캐릭터

일반 문자

Ramin Karimloo 는 Kian Madani로 등장 합니다. [16]
Jo Martin 은 Max McGerry로 나타납니다. [17]
캐릭터 배우 첫 등장 [a] 참조
도나 잭슨 제이 제이콥스 2004 년 3 월 16 일 [18]
Jac Naylor 로지 마르셀 2005 년 11 월 22 일 [19]
사차 레비 밥 배렛 2010 년 1 월 5 일 [20]
헨릭 핸슨 가이 헨리 2010 년 10 월 19 일 [15]
도미닉 코플랜드 데이비드 에임스 2013 년 4 월 23 일 [21]
Adrian "Fletch"Fletcher 알렉스 워 킨쇼 2014 년 8 월 12 일 [22]
카메론 던 닉 잭맨 2016 년 8 월 4 일 [23]
니키 맥 켄드릭 벨린다 오우수 2017 년 12 월 12 일 [24]
앙제 고다르 던 스틸 2019 년 1 월 8 일 [25]
클로이 고다르 에이미 레녹스 2019 년 1 월 29 일 [26]
키안마다 니 라민 카림 루 2019 년 4 월 23 일 [16]
맥스 맥 게리 조 마틴 2019 년 10 월 15 일 [17]
루이스 맥 게리 타일러 루크 커닝햄 2020 년 3 월 31 일 [27]
조쉬 허드슨 블랙 우드 캠브리지 트라이브 2020 년 11 월 10 일 [28]
정수 한 임찬우 2020 년 11 월 10 일 [28]
Skylar Bryce 피비 프라이스 2020 년 11 월 10 일 [28]
럭키 심슨 Vineeta Rishi 2020 년 11 월 24 일 [29]

반복되는 문자

캐릭터 배우 첫 등장 [a] 참조
미아 배런 브리아나 샨 2009 년 10 월 27 일 [30] [31]
제이다 월리스-미첼
엠마 네 일러-마 코니 Darcey Burke 2014 년 1 월 7 일 [32]
플 뢰르 팬쇼 데비 차젠 2014 년 10 월 14 일 [33]
에비 플레처 피비 프랑스어 2015 년 1 월 20 일 [34] [35]
메이시 치핑
캐롤 코플랜드 줄리아 디킨 2015 년 6 월 30 일 [36]
제이슨 헤인즈 줄스 로버트슨 2016 년 2 월 9 일 [37]
조디 로저스 Sian Reese-Williams 2020 년 11 월 10 일 [38]
알렉스 듀발 마일스 미첼 2020 년 11 월 10 일 [39]
마이클 타운센드 엘리엇 레비 2020 년 11 월 17 일 [40]

임박한 캐스트 변경

캐릭터 배우 세부 참조
코니 보샹 아만다 밀링 2020 년 출연 게스트 [41]

이전 캐릭터

일반 문자

Clive MantleMike Barratt 로 주연을 맡았으며 , Casualty 의 역할을 재현했습니다 . [42]
Luisa Bradshaw-WhiteLisa Fox 로 출연했습니다 . [43]
Ade Edmondson여러 차례에 걸쳐 Abra Durant 로 출연했습니다 . [44]
Peter WingfieldDan Clifford를 연기했습니다 . [45]
Lucinda DryzekJasmine Burrows 로 1 년 동안 일했습니다 . [46]
Denis LawsonTom Campbell-Gore 로 출연했습니다 . [49]
Patsy KensitFaye Morton을 연기했습니다 . [50]
캐릭터 배우 첫 등장 [a] 마지막 등장 [b] 참조
Muriel McKendrick 필리스 로건 1999 년 1 월 19 일 1999 년 3 월 9 일 [52]
카렌 뉴번 사라 프레스턴 1999 년 1 월 19 일 2000 년 3 월 9 일 [53]
레이 사익스 이안 커티스 1999 년 1 월 12 일 2000 년 3 월 9 일 [53]
커스티 콜린스 새벽 맥다니엘 1999 년 1 월 12 일 2000 년 11 월 23 일 [54]
빅토리아 메릭 리사 포크너 1999 년 1 월 19 일 2001 년 5 월 8 일 [55]
줄리 피츠 존 니콜라 스티븐슨 1999 년 1 월 12 일 2001 년 5 월 29 일 [56]
마이크 바라트 클리브 맨틀 1999 년 11 월 25 일 2001 년 6 월 5 일 [42]
재스민 홉킨스 안젤라 그리핀 1999 년 1 월 12 일 2001 년 6 월 5 일 [57]
리암 에반스 애드리안 루이스 모건 2001 년 2 월 13 일 2002 년 6 월 4 일 [58]
타쉬 반 다라 투시 타 자야 수 데라 1999 년 12 월 23 일 2002 년 6 월 18 일 [59]
케리 맥그래스 안나 마운트 포드 2000 년 10 월 12 일 2002 년 7 월 16 일 [60]
제니스 테일러 시오 반 레드몬드 2000 년 10 월 12 일 2002 년 8 월 6 일 [61]
샘 케네디 콜레트 브라운 2001 년 3 월 20 일 2002 년 8 월 13 일 [62]
안톤 마이어 조지 어빙 1999 년 1 월 12 일 2002 년 8 월 20 일 [63]
대니 쇼 네시 제레미 에드워즈 1999 년 11 월 25 일 2003 년 3 월 25 일 [64]
벤 손더스 데이비드 페이즐리 2002 년 1 월 29 일 2003 년 4 월 22 일 [65]
스티브 워링 피터 드 저지 2000 년 10 월 12 일 2003 년 5 월 6 일 [66]
알렉스 아담스 제레미 셰필드 2000 년 10 월 5 일 2003 년 8 월 6 일 [67]
샌디 하퍼 로라 새들러 2000 년 10 월 5 일 2003 년 9 월 2 일 [68]
스탠 애슐리 폴 셰인 2000 년 11 월 16 일 2003 년 10 월 13 일 [69]
카트 폭스 얀 피어슨 1999 년 6 월 6 일 2004 년 3 월 30 일 [70]
에드 키팅 록키 마샬 2002 년 8 월 13 일 2004 년 5 월 18 일 [71]
알리스 테어 테일러 도미닉 제프 콧 2001 년 2 월 13 일 2004 년 12 월 28 일 [72]
로지 사타르 킴 비타 나 2003 년 5 월 13 일 2005 년 1 월 11 일 [73]
윌 커티스 노아 헌 틀리 2004 년 4 월 20 일 2005 년 4 월 5 일 [74]
리사 폭스 루이사 브래드쇼-화이트 2001 년 12 월 31 일 2005 년 9 월 13 일 [43]
Mubbs Hussein 이안 아 스피 널 2001 년 11 월 27 일 2005 년 10 월 11 일 [75]
주빈 칸 아트 말릭 2003 년 6 월 17 일 2005 년 10 월 11 일 [76]
오웬 데이비스 마크 모라 간 2001 년 10 월 23 일 2005 년 12 월 20 일 [77]
미키 헨 드리 켈리 아담스 2004 년 3 월 16 일 2006 년 9 월 12 일 [78]
트리시아 윌리엄스 샤론 모간 2003 년 4 월 8 일 2006 년 11 월 21 일 [79]
매트 파커 아담 베스트 2005 년 5 월 3 일 2007 년 3 월 28 일 [80]
딘 웨스트 폴 헨샬 2005 년 5 월 3 일 2007 년 3 월 28 일 [80]
Abra Durant 에이드 에드 먼슨 2005 년 7 월 5 일 2008 년 12 월 9 일 [44]
카일라 타이슨 Rakie Ayola 2006 년 2 월 7 일 2008 년 12 월 9 일 [81]
샘 스트라 찬 톰 챔버스 2006 년 1 월 3 일 2008 년 12 월 22 일 [82]
댄 클리포드 피터 윙 필드 2006 년 11 월 28 일 2009 년 5 월 26 일 [45]
매디 영 나딘 르 윙턴 2007 년 1 월 16 일 2009 년 5 월 26 일 [83]
제인 그레이슨 스텔라 고넷 2007 년 7 월 10 일 2009 년 9 월 1 일 [84]
닉 조던 마이클 프렌치 1999 년 1 월 12 일 2010 년 2 월 15 일 [85]
다이 샤 앤더슨 레베카 그랜트 2008 년 3 월 18 일 2010 년 3 월 22 일 [86]
마리아 켄달 피비 토마스 2006 년 11 월 28 일 2010 년 5 월 19 일 [87]
린든 컬렌 던컨 포우 2008 년 1 월 15 일 2010 년 10 월 12 일 [88]
마크 윌리엄스 로버트 파월 2005 년 2 월 15 일 2011 년 1 월 25 일 [89]
페니 발렌타인 엠마 캐더 우드 2009 년 6 월 9 일 2011 년 4 월 12 일 [90]
엘리자베스 타이트 라 샤 르네 졸리 2010 년 5 월 24 일 2011 년 10 월 25 일 [91]
사 히라 샤 라일라 루 아스 2011 년 2 월 15 일 2012 년 4 월 17 일 [92]
그렉 더글라스 에드워드 맥 리암 2010 년 2 월 17 일 2012 년 5 월 1 일 [93]
댄 해밀턴 아담 어 스틸 2011 년 2 월 15 일 2012 년 7 월 10 일 [94]
에디 맥키 사라-제인 포츠 2011 년 6 월 7 일 2012 년 10 월 23 일 [95]
뤽 헤밍웨이 조셉 밀슨 2011 년 11 월 8 일 2013 년 1 월 8 일 [96]
타라로 징 루시 2012 년 3 월 5 일 2013 년 4 월 16 일 [97]
크리시 윌리엄스 티나 호 블리 2001 년 6 월 5 일 2013 년 11 월 19 일 [98]
젬마 와일드 Ty Glaser 2013 년 1 월 22 일 2013 년 12 월 17 일 [99]
에드워드 캠벨 아덴 질렛 2013 년 7 월 30 일 2014 년 1 월 7 일 [100]
제스 그리핀 베로나 조셉 2002 년 1 월 15 일 2014 년 3 월 18 일 [101]
Colette Sheward Louise Delamere 3 December 2013 4 November 2014 [102]
Michael Spence Hari Dhillon 20 November 2007 18 November 2014 [103]
Mary-Claire Carter Niamh McGrady 29 September 2009 14 April 2015 [104]
Harry Tressler Jules Knight 14 May 2013 14 April 2015 [105]
Jonny Maconie Michael Thomson 15 May 2012 23 June 2015 [106]
Adele Effanga Petra Letang 14 January 2014 29 March 2016 [107]
Jesse Law Don Gilet 22 April 2014 12 April 2016 [108]
Chantelle Lane Lauren Drummond 7 June 2011 7 June 2016 [109]
Antoine Malick Jimmy Akingbola 4 January 2011 7 June 2016 [110]
Cara Martinez Niamh Walsh 16 June 2015 23 June 2016 [111]
Jasmine Burrows Lucinda Dryzek 25 April 2010 20 June 2017 [46]
Damon Ford David Ajao 6 June 2017 21 November 2017 [112]
Nina Karnik Ayesha Dharker 9 May 2017 28 November 2017 [113]
Matteo Rossini Christian Vit 29 November 2016 28 November 2017 [114]
Arthur Digby Rob Ostlere 2 January 2013 19 December 2017 [115]
Morven Digby Eleanor Fanyinka 30 June 2015 19 December 2017 [116]
Oliver Valentine James Anderson 9 June 2009 27 March 2018 [117]
Roxanna MacMillan Hermione Gulliford 2 April 2013 25 September 2018 [118]
John Gaskell Paul McGann 5 December 2017 20 November 2018 [47]
Meena Chowdhury Salma Hoque 12 December 2017 27 November 2018 [119]
Bernie Wolfe Jemma Redgrave 2 February 2016 11 December 2018 [48]
Mo Effanga Chizzy Akudolu 22 May 2012 27 December 2018 [120]
Tom Campbell-Gore Denis Lawson 13 August 2002 15 January 2019 [49]
Lola Griffin Sharon D. Clarke 7 June 2005 15 January 2019 [121]
Frieda Petrenko Olga Fedori 17 February 2010 26 March 2019 [122]
Zosia March Camilla Arfwedson 10 September 2013 16 April 2019 [123]
Joseph Byrne Luke Roberts 3 January 2006 3 September 2019 [124]
Faye Morton Patsy Kensit 30 January 2007 3 September 2019 [50]
Diane Lloyd Patricia Potter 2 July 2002 22 October 2019 [125]
Elliot Hope Paul Bradley 8 November 2005 10 December 2019 [51]
Lofty Chiltern Lee Mead 16 May 2017 17 December 2019 [126]
Serena Campbell Catherine Russell 1 May 2012 21 January 2020 [127]
Xavier "Zav" Duval Marcus Griffiths 20 February 2018 14 April 2020 [128]
Raf di Lucca Joe McFadden 28 January 2014 21 July 2020 [129]
Guy Self John Michie 26 November 2013 11 August 2020 [130]
Essie Harrison Kaye Wragg 6 May 2014 11 August 2020 [131]
Ric Griffin Hugh Quarshie 9 October 2001 10 November 2020 [132]

Recurring characters

Paul Blackthorne appeared in series 3 as Guy Morton.[133]
Denise Welch guest starred as Pam McGrath.[134]
Susannah York portrayed Helen Grant.[135]
Graeme Garden played Ed Loftwood across four years.
In series 11, Meera Syal features as Tara Sodi.[137]
Nina Wadia appeared in a month-long stint as Annabelle Cooper.[140]
Carli Norris has appeared in stints as Fran Reynolds.[141]
Jeff Rawle guest starred as Jerry Clark.[142]
Character Actor(s) First appearance[a] Last appearance[b] Ref(s)
Paul Ripley Luke Mably 12 January 1999 26 January 1999 [53]
Peter Ellis Fraser James 12 January 1999 16 February 1999 [145]
Ellie Sharpe Julie Saunders 12 January 1999 9 March 1999 [146]
Damien Wetherell Matt Dempsey 16 December 1999 27 January 2000 [147]
Guy Morton Paul Blackthorne 6 March 2001 5 June 2001 [133]
Pam McGrath Denise Welch 11 June 2002 16 July 2002 [134]
Anil Banerjee Kulvinder Ghir 16 November 2000 22 October 2002 [148]
Jan Goddard Judy Loe 6 August 2002 4 February 2003 [149]
Sunil Gupta Hari Dhillon 8 May 2001 15 July 2003 [150]
Sir Charles Merrick Simon Williams 12 February 2013 15 July 2003 [151]
Anita Forbes Kirsty Mitchell 25 March 2003 29 July 2003 [152]
Helen Grant Susannah York 6 August 2003 25 November 2003 [135]
Nic Yorke Liam Garrigan 10 June 2003 30 December 2003 [153]
Kelly Yorke Rachel Leskovac 1 July 2003 27 January 2004 [153]
Anna Chandler Deborah Poplett 27 February 2001 7 December 2004 [154]
Carlos Fashola David Bedella 27 July 2004 2 August 2005 [155]
Sean Thompson Chinna Wodu 23 November 2004 10 August 2005 [156]
Andy Fishman Ace Bhatti 30 August 2005 6 December 2005 [157]
Justin Fuller Ben Richards 21 March 2006 11 July 2006 [158]
Dr Charles Victoria Pritchard 25 March 2003 18 July 2006 [159]
Michael Beauchamp Anthony Calf 19 April 2005 8 August 2006 [160]
Bradley Hume Scott Adkins 23 May 2006 17 October 2006 [136]
Reg Lund Martin Hancock 28 June 2005 17 October 2006 [161]
Sanghita Parma Mia Soteriou 31 October 2006 28 March 2007 [162]
Alan Dane Peter Hamilton Dyer 9 January 2007 1 May 2007 [163]
Ooma Chowdry Sakuntala Ramanee 10 May 2007 24 May 2007 [164]
Christopher Sutherland Patrick Toomey 4 April 2006 28 June 2007 [165]
Ed Loftwood Graeme Garden 18 February 2003 10 July 2007 [166]
Charles, Lord Byrne Ronald Pickup 3 January 2006 31 July 2007 [167]
Emma Jackson Celia Henebury 23 July 2002 2 October 2007 [168]
Zoe Foxe Alicia Davies 30 October 2007 19 December 2007 [169]
Gina Hope Gillian Bevan 21 March 2006 27 December 2007 [170]
Stuart McElroy Conor Mullen 6 November 2007 12 February 2008 [171]
James Crowe William Mannering 9 September 2008 1 October 2008 [172]
Jamie Norton Dominic Colchester 1 July 2008 18 November 2008 [173]
Toby Carr Paul Venables 20 January 2009 3 February 2009 [174]
Tom O'Dowd Jalaal Hartley 14 October 2008 21 April 2009 [175]
Rachel Baptiste Ayesha Antoine 18 November 2008 5 May 2009 [176]
Martha Hope Holly Lucas 11 April 2006 22 June 2009 [177]
Tara Sodi Meera Syal 22 June 2009 18 August 2009 [137]
Lauren Minster Riann Steele 2 June 2009 12 January 2010 [178]
Thandie Abebe-Griffin Ginny Holder 20 March 2007 22 February 2010 [179]
George Kerwan Joseph May 27 January 2010 22 February 2010 [180]
Toby Geddes Rick Warden 17 February 2010 9 March 2010 [181]
Judith Marchant Shelagh McLeod 20 October 2009 15 March 2010 [182]
Vanessa Lytton Leslie Ash 13 October 2009 6 April 2010 [183]
Davina MacKenzie Sarah Winman 11 November 2008 19 May 2010 [184]
Paul Rose Andrew Lewis 19 October 2000 7 June 2010 [185]
Keith Greene Alex Macqueen 10 May 2005 13 July 2010 [186]
Nicky van Barr Alan Morrissey 30 June 2009 26 October 2010 [187]
Anne-Marie, Lady Byrne Jane Asher 10 May 2007 28 December 2010 [138]
Sarita Dubashi Rakhee Thakrar 2 November 2010 8 February 2011 [188]
Kieran Callaghan Barry Sloane 16 November 2010 8 March 2011 [189]
Lulu Hutchison Fiona Hampton 19 July 2011 6 September 2011 [190]
Sunil Bhatti Silas Carson 19 April 2011 11 October 2011 [191]
Sir Fraser Anderson Aneirin Hughes 28 June 2011 18 October 2011 [192]
Stephen Hopewell Lex Shrapnel 6 September 2011 13 December 2011 [193]
Lleucu Jones Daisy Keeping 9 August 2011 27 March 2012 [194]
Alex Broadhurst Sasha Behar 7 February 2012 3 April 2012 [195]
Rafi Raza Zubin Varla 21 February 2012 17 April 2012 [196]
Annalese Carson Anna-Louise Plowman 4 November 2008 24 April 2012 [139]
Barbara Alcock Andi Osho 19 June 2012 3 July 2012 [197]
Ella Barnes Emma Hiddleston 1 May 2012 10 July 2012 [198]
Simon Marshall Paul Nicholls 22 May 2012 10 July 2012 [199]
Max Schneider John Light 7 August 2012 25 September 2012 [200]
George Binns Leander Deeny 14 August 2012 2 October 2012 [201]
Albie Cheshire Andrew Greenough 6 November 2012 11 December 2012 [202]
Ramona Gomez María Fernández-Ache 13 November 2012 18 December 2012 [203]
Lilah Birdwood Natasha Leigh 30 October 2012 2 January 2013 [204]
Rhys Hopkins Gareth David-Lloyd 30 October 2012 2 January 2013 [205]
Terence Cunningham Roger Barclay 28 July 2009 15 January 2013 [206]
Sean Dolan Wil Johnson 1 November 2011 22 January 2013 [207]
Sharon Kozinsky Madeleine Potter 30 April 2013 27 August 2013 [208]
Jake Patterson Louis Payne 22 January 2013 26 November 2013 [209]
Jeremy Solis Tom Beard 14 January 2014 28 January 2014 [210]
Bonnie Wallis Carlyss Peer 8 October 2013 1 April 2014 [211]
Paula Burrows Julie Legrand 30 March 2010 19 June 2014 [212]
James Hope Sam Stockman 22 August 2006 22 July 2014 [213]
Adrienne McKinnie Sandra Voe 12 February 2013 18 November 2014 [214]
Amy Teo Wendy Kweh 25 March 2014 16 December 2014 [215]
Sophia Verlaine Nina Toussaint-White 11 November 2014 23 December 2014 [216]
Nathan Hargreave Jotham Annan 2 January 2013 30 December 2014 [217]
Sir Dennis Hopkins-Clark Rupert Frazer 8 March 2016 12 April 2015 [218]
Annabelle Cooper Nina Wadia 21 April 2015 19 May 2015 [140]
Angus Farrell Jamie Glover 24 May 2011 2 June 2015 [219]
Lucy Mottica Lisa Marged 19 May 2015 18 August 2015 [220]
Clifford George Geff Francis 28 April 2015 1 September 2015 [221]
Sebastian Coulter Hadley Fraser 16 June 2015 15 September 2015 [222]
Brigitte Nye Sally Dexter 11 August 2015 22 September 2015 [223]
Naomi Palmer Lorna Brown 3 May 2016 5 July 2016 [224]
Imelda Cousins Tessa Peake-Jones 20 November 2012 25 October 2016 [225]
Tristan Wood Jonathan McGuinness 23 August 2016 15 November 2016 [226]
Elinor Campbell Amy McCallum 5 June 2012 3 January 2017 [227]
Charlotte Hope
Inga Olsen Kaisa Hammarlund 6 September 2016 3 January 2017 [228]
Alex Lambert Jack Hawkins 17 May 2016 7 March 2017 [229]
Kyle Greenham Alan Morrissey 23 September 2014 11 April 2017 [230]
Fran Reynolds Carli Norris 15 September 2015 11 July 2017 [141]
Kim Whitfield Louisa Clein 11 October 2016 10 October 2017 [231]
Parker Whitfield Louis Davison 18 October 2016 10 October 2017 [231]
David Hopkins Fraser James 14 November 2017 7 December 2017 [145]
Fredrik Johansson William Postlethwaite 5 September 2017 7 December 2017 [232]
Jerry Clark Jeff Rawle 8 January 2013 12 December 2017 [142]
Jeremy Warren Nick Rhys 10 October 2017 19 December 2017 [233]
Ethan Hardy George Rainsford 7 June 2016 11 July 2018 [234]
Abigail Tate Olivia Poulet 3 April 2018 4 September 2018 [235]
Mikey Fletcher Kai O'Loughlin 3 May 2016 25 September 2018 [35]
Lexy Morrell Jenny Howe 22 May 2012 11 December 2018 [236]
Sydney Somers Gemma Oaten 11 April 2017 11 December 2018 [237]
Sheilagh Chiltern Wanda Ventham 23 January 2018 18 December 2018 [238]
Leah Faulkner Hannah Daniel 2 October 2018 18 December 2018 [239]
Steven Fletcher Jesse Birdsall 31 July 2018 27 December 2018 [240]
Derwood Thompson Ben Hull 3 July 2012 27 December 2018 [241]
Greta Allinson Zoe Croft 7 February 2018 2 January 2019 [242]
Arianne Cornell Sara Stewart 9 January 2018 2 January 2019 [243]
Roman Makarenko Marko Leht 24 April 2018 22 January 2019 [244]
Iain Dean Michael Stevenson 30 August 2016 5 March 2019 [245]
Beka Levy Francesca Barrett 19 April 2010 5 March 2019 [246]
Rhean McGee
Kofi Johnstone Richard Pepple 13 June 2017 19 March 2019 [247]
Theo Fletcher Stanley Rabbetts 29 August 2017 20 March 2019 [248]
Amira Zafar Poppy Jhakra 10 October 2017 20 March 2019 [249]
Isaac Mayfield Marc Elliott 23 June 2016 11 June 2019 [143]
Patricia Ghraoui Sirine Saba 29 May 2018 20 June 2019 [250]
"Scary" Sue Buchanan Angela Lonsdale 2 October 2018 9 July 2019 [251]
Evan Crowhurst Jack Ryder 20 March 2019 1 October 2019 [252]
Darla Johnstone Naomi Katiyo 25 April 2017 8 October 2019 [253]
Phoebe Palmer Daisy Wood-Davis 2 April 2019 17 December 2019 [254]
Ben Sherwood Charlie Condou 19 December 2019 24 March 2020 [144]
David Hide Jason Durr 5 March 2019 7 April 2020 [255]
Tracey McKendrick Cathy Murphy 21 January 2020 14 July 2020 [256]

Footnotes

  1. ^ a b c d The original broadcast date of the character's first appearance.
  2. ^ a b The original broadcast date of the character's last appearance.

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