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The following is a list of minor characters that first appeared in the BBC soap opera EastEnders in 2003, by order of first appearance.

Eleanor Trueman Edit

List of minor EastEnders characters (2003)
EastEnders character
Duration 2003
First appearance 7 March 2003
Last appearance 25 April 2003

Eleanor "Ellie" Trueman (real name Amber) was the result of a one-night-stand between Paul Trueman and a woman called Amy. Amy dumped her on Paul's doorstep, and he struggled to cope as a single parent. He named the baby Eleanor, after his stepfather, Patrick's mother. As Paul started to cope with looking after Eleanor, Amy decided she wanted her back, and Social Services collected her, leaving Paul heartbroken.

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Carl Bromley Edit

List of minor EastEnders characters (2003)
EastEnders character
Duration 2003
First appearance 8 May 2003
Last appearance 19 May 2003
Profile
Occupation Lawyer

Carl Bromley was the owner of a chain of car lots, and approached Barry Evans with a proposition to buy into Evans and Son. Barry refused, but Janine later met up with Bromley, and forged a deal. When she discovered that Bromley was double-crossing her and Barry, she terminated the deal.

Vanessa Bird Edit

List of minor EastEnders characters (2003)
EastEnders character
Duration 2003
Appeared on 22 May 2003
Profile
Occupation Lawyer

Vanessa Bird was Gus Smith's lawyer when he was wrongly arrested for a robbery at The Minute Mart. He had been trying to stop Martin and Vicki Fowler from robbing the shop, and got arrested after they ran away. Gus was proven not guilty.

Pushpa FerreiraEdit

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EastEnders character
Duration 2003
First appearance 1 July 2003
Last appearance 15 August 2003

Pushpa Ferreira was the ex-wife of Dan Ferreira and had deserted her family to live with Dan's best friend.

When Dan and his family arrived in Walford, Dan told his new neighbours that he was a widower and that his wife was dead. However, viewers discovered that Pushpa was very much alive, and living on the other side of London with her new partner.

When Dan disappeared, Pushpa's children Ash, Adi and Kareena visited her to see if she could donate one of her kidneys to her other son Ronny, who had been stabbed and needed a transplant. Pushpa's kidney was not a match for Ronny.

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George PetersEdit

List of minor EastEnders characters (2003)
EastEnders character
Duration 2003
First appearance 22 May 2003
Last appearance 30 May 2003
Profile
Occupation Drug dealer

George Peters was a heavy employed by Jack Dalton in his nightclub. Peters was sent by Dalton to rape and murder Kate Morton, a police officer. However, Phil Mitchell managed to scupper his plans, causing a vendetta between Phil and George.

Kate later got him arrested for dealing crack cocaine to schoolchildren.

Tony JamisonEdit

List of minor EastEnders characters (2003)
EastEnders character
Duration 2003
First appearance 1 July 2003
Last appearance 14 October 2003
Profile
Occupation Criminal

Tony Jamison was the ex-partner-in-crime of Dennis Rickman, and used to work with Dennis for Jack Dalton, before Dennis's arrest and imprisonment.

A broke Tony visited Dennis in 2003 asking for money. He persuaded Dennis to ask Dalton for a loan on his behalf. This provoked Dalton to order Phil Mitchell to shoot and kill Dennis. However, Dennis persuaded Phil to let him kill Dalton, which he did in a nearby forest. Tony wasn't seen or heard from after this.

Nobby Stuart Edit

List of minor EastEnders characters (2003)
EastEnders character
Duration 2003
Appeared on 26 June 2003

Alfie Moon had finally seduced Kat Slater, but couldn't find a condom. After being mugged, run over and witnessing an armed robbery, he walked into the Midnight Mission at the local church hall for a cup of tea. He sat with a tramp, Nobby Stuart, and explained his situation. Nobby told Alfie that his wife of 26 years, Mary, had died recently, and gave him a condom, which Alfie later dropped in the river.

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  • Wife: Mary Stuart (deceased)


Johnathon LeroyEdit

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EastEnders character
Duration 2003–2005
First appearance 21 August 2003
Last appearance 23 May 2005
Profile
Occupation Doctor

Viewers were introduced to Doctor Johnathon Leroy and his wife as Phil Mitchell's unwelcome tenants that had been fraudulently rented Phil's house by his nanny Joanne Ryan. Dr. Leroy continued as a recurrent character in the role of new doctor for Albert Square until he was replaced by Oliver Cousins. His wife was not seen after her first appearance in 2003.

Geoff Morton Edit

List of minor EastEnders characters (2003)
EastEnders character
Duration 2003
First appearance 4 September 2003
Last appearance 5 September 2003

Detective Chief Inspector Geoff Morton was the alcoholic father of Kate Morton, who arrived for her wedding to Phil Mitchell. He was not impressed on Phil's stag night, when Minty Peterson told him about Phil's immigrant ex-wife Nadia. He was also disappointed that Phil didn't drink, and accepted the dare of drinking a yard of ale, before being thrown out of The Queen Vic for insulting Nana Moon. He then went to Angie's Den where he insulted Little Mo Mitchell and was hit by her husband, Billy. He later refused to attend Kate and Phil's wedding, but had a conversation with Phil about alcoholism and returned to Newcastle to seek help, however, in 2005 Kate heard the news that he had committed suicide.

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Graham FosterEdit

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EastEnders character
Duration 2003–2004, 2005
First appearance 17 September 2003
Last appearance 24 January 2005

Graham Foster first appeared in 2003 as a customer in The Queen Victoria pub and befriended barmaid Little Mo Mitchell. One night in The Queen Vic when he and Little Mo were alone, Graham refused to leave until the song that was playing on the juke box ended (Mo did not realise he had put the song on repeat). Graham eventually made his intentions towards Mo clear by attempting to kiss her. She fled in fear, but Graham gave chase and raped her on the pub floor. The rape resulted in the conception of their son Freddie.

Little Mo's father, Charlie Slater subsequently assaulted Graham, resulting in three months imprisonment and a suspension of his taxi license. Graham only dropped the charges when Little Mo's sister Kat Moon and her husband, Alfie put up £10,000, which they had borrowed from Andy Hunter.

On November 5 2004, Graham was sentenced to eight years in prison for Little Mo's rape. His mother kept in contact with Little Mo and Freddie. Graham last appeared in January 2005 when Billy Mitchell went to confront him in prison. Graham goaded Billy about not being Freddie's real father and pointed out that the baby had siblings, a brother and sister. He told Billy that Freddie would probably look like him, and that he was looking forward to seeing him when he was released in four years time.

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Mark StoneEdit

List of minor EastEnders characters (2003)
EastEnders character
Duration 2003
First appearance 17 November 2003
Last appearance 18 November 2003

Mark Stone was an old accomplice of Phil Mitchell, who met him to discuss a robbery Phil planned on going on with Den Watts.

Victor DukeEdit

List of minor EastEnders characters (2003)
EastEnders character
Duration 2003
First appearance 17 November 2003
Last appearance 24 November 2003
Profile
Home Trinidad

Victor Duke was the husband of Yolande Duke, who arrived in Walford when his wife had run away to live with Patrick Trueman. He offered Patrick £10,000 to dump Yolande, then told Yolande that Patrick asked for money to dump her, and when she saw Patrick with the money Victor tried to tempt him with, she took the money and left, saying she did not want to be with either of them. After Victor returned to Trinidad, Yolande returned to Walford with the money, to share it with Patrick. Yolande later divorced him.

Mary HarkinsonEdit

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EastEnders character
Duration 2003
First appearance 2 December 2003
Last appearance 26 December 2003

Mary Harkinson was the estranged daughter of Derek Harkinson. She had not seen her father since he walked out on her mother, Cynthia, to live with another man, Robert. When Derek's friend Pauline Fowler found out that Derek had children, she contacted Mary without telling Derek. Mary initially agreed to meet with Derek, but shut the door in his face when he arrived at her house. Derek eventually persuaded Mary to see him, and they met, along with Mary's brother Alex and his son Danny. Derek later left Walford to live with Mary after a string of arguments with Pauline.

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Alex HarkinsonEdit

List of minor EastEnders characters (2003)
EastEnders character
Duration 2003
First appearance 12 December 2003
Last appearance 26 December 2003

Alex Harkinson was the estranged son of Derek Harkinson. He had not seen his father since he walked out on his mother, Cynthia, to live with another man, Robert, when Alex was eight years old. When Derek's friend Pauline Fowler found out that Derek had children, she contacted Mary without telling Derek. Mary initially agreed to meet with Derek, but shut the door in his face when he arrived at her house, so Pauline went to Alex's house to speak to him. Alex, not knowing that his father was gay, assumed that Pauline was the woman Derek had left Cynthia for, and told her to leave. Mary later visited Derek on Boxing Day 2003, and was followed by Alex, who berated her and argued with Derek, but later relented and introduced him to his son, Danny.

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Danny HarkinsonEdit

List of minor EastEnders characters (2003)
EastEnders character
Duration 2003
First appearance 22 December 2003
Last appearance 26 December 2003

Danny Harkinson was the son of Derek Harkinson's estranged son Alex. He had never met his grandfather until Alex and Derek reconciled on Boxing Day 2003, and Alex introduced him to Derek.

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Maxwell MoonEdit

List of minor EastEnders characters (2003)
EastEnders character
Duration 2003
First appearance 5 December 2003
Last appearance 25 December 2003
Profile
Home Australia
Occupation Film crew

Maxwell Moon the second cousin of Alfie Moon, who he visited on 5 December 2003. He enjoyed a day of drinking and reminiscing about old times, but was offended when he realised Alfie had only invited him round to ask him a favour. Alfie wanted a snow machine for his wedding to Kat Slater, and he knew Maxwell could get him one, as he worked in the film business. Maxwell ripped up his wedding invite, but Kat charmed him into coming to the wedding, while Alfie mended the invitation. Maxwell later attended the wedding and provided a snow machine. When Spencer got into trouble with the police, he was sent to live with Maxwell in Australia.

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  • Father: Joseph Moon
  • Mother: Melissa Moon
  • Grandfather: Henry Moon
  • Great uncles: John Moon, William Moon (deceased)
  • First cousins once removed: Bobby Moon, Alfred Moon (deceased)
  • Second cousins: Alfie Moon, Spencer Moon, Jake Moon, Danny Moon (deceased)

Liza MoonEdit

List of minor EastEnders characters (2003)
EastEnders character
Duration 2003
First appearance 5 December 2003
Last appearance 8 December 2003

Liza Moon was the estranged wife of Alfie Moon. She hadn't seen Alfie since he was sent to prison for credit card fraud, but Alfie paid a visit to her when he needed a divorce so he could marry his new fiancée Kat Slater. She didn't want a divorce, but gave up on a reconciliation with Alfie when she realise he loved Kat and not her. She then agreed to a divorce, and Kat and Alfie married on Christmas Day 2003.

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  • Mother: Marlene


Paula Campbell Edit

List of minor EastEnders characters (2003)
EastEnders character
Duration 2003
First appearance 16 December 2003
Last appearance 19 December 2003
Profile
Occupation Police officer

Police Constable Paula Campbell was a police officer at Walford Constabulary. She was Little Mo Mitchell's police liaison officer during her rape case against Graham Foster. Graham raped her and she pressed charges, so Paula was assigned the job of liasing with Mo and her family.


Tony Macrae Edit

List of minor EastEnders characters (2003)
EastEnders character
Duration 2003-2004
First appearance 31 December 2003
Last appearance 2 January 2004
Profile
Home Scotland

Tony Macrae was a local who lived near the Scottish hotel where Barry and Janine Evans were married. He acted as one of the witnesses, alongside Paul Trueman, to Barry and Janine's quiet wedding in the hotel.

When Janine pushed Barry into a ravine, Tony joined the search party to look for Barry, and eventually found his body in the ravine.[1]

References Edit

  1. "Tony Macrae", Walford Web. URL last accessed 2007-06-05.

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