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The following is a list of minor characters that have appeared in the BBC soap opera EastEnders in 2007 so far, by order of first appearance.

Adam ChildeEdit

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EastEnders character
Created by Christopher Reason
Duration 2007
Appeared on 8 January 2007
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Occupation Solicitor

Adam Childe is a duty solicitor at Walford Police Station, who was assigned to represent Sonia Fowler when she was arrested on suspicion of the murder of her ex-mother-in-law, Pauline, although he first thought she was Sonia Bailey, arrested for shop- lifting. He was a nervous solicitor, and made comments about wanting to murder his mother, ironic to the situation. Sonia was relieved when Phil Mitchell paid for Ritchie Scott to represent her in stead of Adam.

Anna PriceEdit

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EastEnders character
Created by Dominic Treadwell-Collins
Duration 2007
First appearance 15 February 2007
Last appearance 16 February 2007
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Occupation Marriage counsellor

Anna Price was the marriage counsellor for Max and Tanya Branning who appeared on 15 February and 16 February 2007.[1]


Derek EvansEdit

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EastEnders character
Created by Julia Gilbert
Duration 2007
Appeared on 1 March 2007
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Occupation Social worker

Derek Evans is the social worker who visited Bert Atkinson and his grandson Jay Brown, when Bert was trying to get a residency order for Jay to live with him permanently. Jay charmed Derek, offering him a cup of tea and talking to him politely, impressing him.

JedEdit

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EastEnders character
Created by Julia Honour
Duration 2007
Appeared on 9 March 2007

Jed was discovered by Kevin Wicks on Dungeness beach. He had been left there the night before while on his stag party. Kevin took Jed to the local pub where Jed told Kevin he was getting married the next week and had a daughter named Jade. He told Kevin he was a bad father, so Kevin told him to sort out his life. Kevin told Jed he had no children and showed him his ferry ticket to France. Jed then stole Kevin's bag and ticket and got on a bus. Kevin stole a bicycle from outside the pub to follow the bus.

When Kevin caught up to the bus, he discovered it had been involved in an accident. He got on the bus to find several dead bodies, but Jed was missing. Kevin got off the bus and Jed appeared with blood pouring down his face. Jed then fell to the floor and Kevin held him as he died.

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  • Daughter: Jade


Carl TalbotEdit

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EastEnders character
Created by David Fox
Duration 2007
Appeared on 20 March 2007
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Occupation Bailiff

Carl Talbot was a bailif who was sent to claim money from Billy Mitchell, who was in debt. When Talbot arrived at Walford Video, Billy's shop, Billy lied and said that he was not Billy Mitchell. His cover was blown when Keith Miller came into the shop and called him by his name. Talbot took Billy to the ATM at the tube station, but Billy's card was retained by the machine, and after a confrontation with Billy's relative Phil outside the shop, Billy was forced to give Talbot money from the till.

Marco BiancoEdit

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EastEnders character
Created by Alexander Lamb
Duration 2007
First appearance 20 March 2007
Last appearance 16 July 2007
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Occupation Interior designer

Marco Bianco is the interior designer who redesigned the flat above The Queen Victoria pub for Peggy Mitchell. He worked on the design to rennovate the pub itself, after Pat Evans found a flea on the bar, though the regulars thought the pub looked the same, and Peggy berated him for it.

Since then, Marco has made a few more appearances, as Peggy has picked him to do some work for Stella and Phil's wedding reception. He has also helped Patrick Trueman mend the fan of Yolande's that Patrick broke by tripping up.

Marco has also been shown to be admittedly homosexual, as he broke down crying to Peggy, when his boyfriend left him.

Danny FullerEdit

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EastEnders character
Created by Richard Zajdlic
Duration 2007
First appearance 5 April 2007
Last appearance 30 August 2007
Profile
Home 55 Victoria Road

Danny Fuller and his wife Jess appeared in Walford in April 2007, when they rented 55 Victoria Road from Ian Beale, when he and his family moved to 45 Albert Square. Phil Mitchell told them of the crime around Walford - the murders of Dennis Rickman and Pauline Fowler - and Danny bartered with Ian, demanding that he reduce the rent price by 30%. Ian later accepted this, and asked Danny to tell his daughter Lucy this, so she knew she could not move back to number 55.

Danny left the Square when his daughter secured a place at a private school. Danny and his family relocated to be closer to their daughter's new school.

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Jess FullerEdit

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EastEnders character
Created by Richard Zajdlic
Duration 2007
Appeared on 5 April 2007
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Home 55 Victoria Road

Jessica "Jess" Fuller and her husband Danny appeared in Walford in April 2007, when they rented 55 Victoria Road from Ian Beale, when he and his family moved to 45 Albert Square. Phil Mitchell told them of the crime around Walford - the murders of Dennis Rickman and Pauline Fowler - and Ian had to reduce the rent price by 30%.

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Vince FranksEdit

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EastEnders character
Created by Richard Zajdlic
Duration 2007
Appeared on 6 April 2007
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Home 89a George Street

Vince Franks was the father of school bully Jez Franks. He was attacked by Phil Mitchell after Jez bullied Phil's son Ben. When Phil first approached Vince, he seemed skeptical about his son's bullying, so Phil punched him, threatening to attack him again if Jez didn't lay off Ben.

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Mary LavenderEdit

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EastEnders character
Created by Christopher Reason
Duration 2007
Appeared on 9 April 2007
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Home Kent

The Reverend Mary Lavender was the vicar for the church that Dot Branning used to attend with her friend, Margot Baker. She had been the vicar since 2000. When Dot and her husband Jim visited Kent, Dot went to the church and Reverend Lavender informed her that Margot had died two weeks previously. She told Dot that Margot's son Douglas was at Margot's house, and Dot visited him.

A young refugee named Anya Covalenco left her son Tomas in the church for Reverend Lavender to take in, but Dot took him back to Walford because Mary was on holiday.


Douglas BakerEdit

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EastEnders character
Created by Christopher Reason
Duration 2007
Appeared on 9 April 2007

Douglas Baker is a former vicar who lost his faith in God. His mother, Margot, was friends with Dot Branning. He was also a former playmate of Dot's son Nick, until Nick put a frog down his trousers. Margot died in March 2007, and Douglas was clearing out her house when Dot visited him. They argued about religion, and Dot reminded Douglas of his mother. He told Dot he was glad his mother was dead, and said that Nick would feel the same when she died.

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  • Mother: Margot Baker (deceased)


Anya CovalencoEdit

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EastEnders character
Created by Diederick Santer
Duration 2007
First appearance 9 April 2007
Last appearance 13 April 2007
Profile
Occupation Pole dancer

Anya Covalenco was a Ukrainian illegal immigrant, a pole dancer who abandoned her month-old baby, Tomas, in a church in Kent for vicar Mary Lavender to look after. Dot Branning later found the baby, and knowing Reverend Lavender was on holiday, took Tomas back to Walford, leaving a note in the church with her address on it. Dot's husband Jim went to a pole dancing club, finding a flyer for it with Tomas, to track Anya down, but was told she no longer worked there by a hostess he spoke to. As Jim travelled back to Walford, Anya turned up at Dot and Jim's house. After shouting at Dot for interfering, Dot offered her a place to stay, and she accepted. Jim, however, did not agree with this, and reported her to the immigration authorities. Immigration arrived and Jim told Dot what he had done. Dot took Anya and Tomas out of the house and hid them in the back of her car. Dot returned to the house and told immigration that there was nobody there and it must have been a hoax. Dot and Jim then took Anya and Tomas to a church, believing it to be a sanctuary where they would be safe. The immigration officers followed them to the church, where Dot said Anya and Tomas would be safe in a room at the back of the church and could live there. Dot confronted the officers, Paul Jenkins and Warren Rice telling them it was a sanctuary and they couldn't go through. Rice told Dot she was wrong about this. Anya eventually decided to give herself up, but told Jim to take care of Tomas as she now trusted them. She later wrote to Dot in June 2007, telling her to care for her son.

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Tomas CovalencoEdit

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EastEnders character
Created by Diederick Santer
Duration 2007
First appearance 9 April 2007
Last appearance 8 June 2007

Tomas Covalenco was abandoned on 9 April 2007 by his mother, Anya in a church in Kent, and found by Dot Branning, who believed that Jesus had given her a second chance to be a good mother, after she aborted a baby at 21, and her son Nick grew up a criminal. Dot left her address on a notice board in the church, and Anya arrived in Walford to collect her son on 10 April. She was later arrested by immigration officials Warren Rice and Paul Jenkins for being an illegal immigrant, but didn't tell them she had a baby, leaving him with Dot and Jim. Jim later told his family that Tomas was the product of an affair between Nick and a prison nurse with no maternal instincts. He was then known as George Merton, until Dot was persuaded by Reverend Stevens and her oldest friend, Harold Legg to tell Social Services that she had him. He was collected on 8 June by social worker Natasha Powell.

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Paul JenkinsEdit

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EastEnders character
Created by Sarah Phelps
Duration 2007
Appeared on 13 April 2007
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Occupation Immigration official

Paul Jenkins was an immigration official, acting on a tip-off from Jim Branning, who searched 25 Albert Square for illegal immigrant Anya Covalenco. When Dot Branning returned home, after hiding Anya, she asked him to leave. He later followed Jim, Dot and Anya to a church, where he branded Dot a "religious nut", and was told to back off by his superior, Warren Rice. He later took Anya away when she gave herself up, not knowing she had left her son Tomas with Jim and Dot.


Warren RiceEdit

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EastEnders character
Created by Sarah Phelps
Duration 2007
Appeared on 13 April 2007
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Occupation Immigration official

Warren Rice was a senior immigration official, acting on a tip-off from Jim Branning, who followed Jim, Dot and illegal immigrant Anya to a church, where he berated his junior, Paul Jenkins when he branded Dot a "religious nut". He then explained to Dot that under British law, churches are not a sanctuary.

Verity WrightEdit

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EastEnders character
Created by Diederick Santer
Duration 2007
First appearance 1 May 2007
Last appearance 28 May 2007

Verity Wright is the sister of Walford's general practitioner, May Wright. She visited May with her two children on 1 May 2007, when she found the nursery in May's flat meant for Dawn Swann's baby, presuming May was pregnant.[2] She later visited May on her birthday, and was shocked to find out that Rob had filed for divorce from May.[3] She returned once more on 28 May to visit May and give her a present for the baby she thinks she is having.

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  • Sister: May Wright
  • Husband: Richard
  • Son: James
  • Daughter: Esther


ErekEdit

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EastEnders character
Created by Diederick Santer
Duration 2007
First appearance 7 May 2007
Last appearance 15 June 2007

Erek was a Polish builder who first appeared on 7 May 2007. Ian Beale was annoyed by him and the other builders, and when a feud broke out between Ian and Phil Mitchell, Erek helped Phil to humiliate Ian. He later started a relationship with Shirley Carter but it ended when Shirley's son Deano spoke badly about her, Erek punched him and Shirley then punched Erek.

Warren StampEdit

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EastEnders character
Created by Alison Fisher
Duration 2007
First appearance 28 May 2007
Last appearance 31 May 2007
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Occupation Salesman

Warren Stamp was a salesman who asked Preeti Choraria out on a date after trying to sell her supplies at Booty. He assaulted Preeti on a date leaving distinct bruises on her arm. A day later he went on a date with Carly Wicks where he put drugs in her drink in an attempt to rape her. She was rescued by Sean Slater, and Warren ran away.

Natasha PowellEdit

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EastEnders character
Created by Rob Gittins
Duration 2007
First appearance 7 June 2007
Last appearance 8 June 2007
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Occupation Social worker

Natasha Powell was the social worker who arrived in Albert Square to collect Tomas Covalenco from Dot and Jim Branning's house, after Dot phoned Social Services and told them that Tomas was the baby of an illegal immigrant, Anya. Dot ran away to Harold Legg's house, but later returned and handed Tomas over to Natasha.

Kenny MorrisEdit

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EastEnders character
Duration 2007
First appearance 25 June 2007
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Occupation Police officer

Police Constable Kenny Morris is a police officer who was called to Shirley Carter's flat when a party was getting out of hand. He broke up a fight and was almost hit by Shirley. He ended up staying the night and having sex with Shirley.

In November 2007, Kevin Wicks sold him a stolen car. When Darren Miller told Kevin that the car was stolen and that Kenny was a police officer, they stole the car and set it on fire.

Marion CrawfordEdit

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EastEnders character
Duration 2007
First appearance 29 June 2007
Last appearance 29 June 2007

Marion Crawford was the mother of Stella who appeared when Stella and her fiancé Phil Mitchell visited Marion and her husband Edward to announce their engagement. She apologised for her husband's absence, lying that he was out playing golf. Phil, however, saw Edward hiding in another room. While Phil was out of the room, Marion told Stella that she shouldn't be left alone with Phil's son Ben, and blamed her for the death of her other daughter, Catherine. After Phil and Stella left, Phil pretended to go back to the house to retrieve his lost phone, but instead confronted Edward for hiding from Stella. Marion then revealed that Catherine had died in Stella's care.

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Edward CrawfordEdit

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EastEnders character
Duration 2007
First appearance 29 June 2007
Last appearance 29 June 2007
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Occupation Queen's Counsel

Edward Crawford, Queen's Counsel is the father of Stella, who appeared when Stella and her fiancé, Phil Mitchell visited Stella's parents. He hid in a room away from Stella, and was confronted by Phil when Phil realised he was there, not playing golf as his wife Marion had told him. Edward revealed that he was estranged from Stella because he and his wife blamed her for the death of their other daughter, Catherine.

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Cheryl AndrewsEdit

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EastEnders character
Duration 2007
Appeared on 3 July 2007

Cheryl Andrews was the wife of Bradley Branning's boss, Tony, who attended a dinner party with Bradley and his girlfriend Stacey Slater. An East End girl herself, she got on with Stacey, and told her of the merits of being married to a banker, including living in Paris.

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Charity KaseEdit

List of minor EastEnders characters (2007)
EastEnders character
Created by Alexander Lamb
Duration 2007
First appearance 9 July 2007
Last appearance 24 August 2007

Karl "Charity Kase" was an Irish drag act employed by Peggy Mitchell for a night in The Queen Vic. He sang "Big Spender" to Billy Mitchell and Bradley Branning, made Bradley go up on stage and repeat his proposal to Stacey Slater in front of the audience, and sang a duet with barmaid Shirley Carter. He also after being told by Sean Slater made enemies with Deano Wicks after dressing him up and making a fool of him.

He later appeared when Shirley was in Brighton with her best friend Heather Trott and they ran into him. He offered them a lift back to Walford because their car had been clamped.

Myra SimEdit

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EastEnders character
Duration 2007
Appeared on 17 July 2007
Profile
Occupation Police officer

Police Constable Myra Sim was the police officer who investigated Wellard's kidnapping. She spoke to Mickey Miller and Gus Smith, and found the recently-departed Li Chong's stash of dodgy mobile phones. Mickey asked her not to tell Gus about the phones, which she did not. When Bert Atkinson later plastered posters of Wellard around Walford, she dealt with a complaint about them, telling Gus to take them down or he would be fined.

Jasmine FieldEdit

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EastEnders character
Duration 2007
Appeared on 24 July 2007
Profile
Occupation Police officer

Detective Constable Jasmine Field was the police officer who, along with her partner PC Tony Webster, interviewed Ben Mitchell following months of abuse from his father Phil's fiancée Stella Crawford.

Tony WebsterEdit

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EastEnders character
Duration 2007
Appeared on 24 July 2007
Profile
Occupation Police officer

Police Constable Tony Webster was the police officer who, along with his partner DC Jasmine Field, interviewed Ben Mitchell following months of abuse from his father Phil's fiancée Stella Crawford.

Alice LordEdit

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EastEnders character
Duration 2007
Appeared on 2 August 2007

Alice Lord was a family friend of Tanya Branning and her sister Rainie. When they were children they would call her "Auntie Alice", although she was not related to them. She lived on the same housing estate as the sisters, and appeared when Tanya tried to get in contact with Rainie, telling Tanya that Rainie had many men visiting her flat.

Rainie CrossEdit

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EastEnders character
Duration 2007
First appearance 2 August 2007
Last appearance 3 August 2007

Lorraine "Rainie" Cross is the sister of Tanya Branning who turned up at Tanya's house on 2 August 2007. Rainie was due to testify in court against her drug dealer but did not go because he had threatened her. She arrived at Tanya's house looking for a place to stay, claiming that she was clean from drugs but Tanya caught her attempting to inject heroin in the kitchen. Tanya gave her a choice — to take £500 and never see Tanya or her children again, or to stay the night and get help with her problems first thing in the morning. When Max got home, Rainie left with the money without Tanya noticing.

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Ellen DunnEdit

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EastEnders character
Duration 2007
First appearance 7 August 2007
Last appearance 7 September 2007
Profile
Occupation Police officer

Detective Sergeant Ellen Dunn is the leading officer investigating the attack on Patrick Trueman. She interrogated Sean Slater, and later interviewed Deano Wicks when he was attacked after making a statement against Sean. One month later, she led a team of officers to arrest Deano and Chelsea Fox for attempting to pervert the course of justice

Zachary CarsonEdit

List of minor EastEnders characters (2007)
EastEnders character
Duration 2007
First appearance 7 August 2007
Last appearance 13 August 2007
Profile
Occupation Police officer

Detective Constable Zachary Carson was one of the police officers investigating the attack on Patrick Trueman. He collected witness statements from Deano Wicks and Chelsea Fox, who claimed they saw Sean Slater attack Patrick, and later interviewed Patrick when he regained consciousness, distressing him until Denise Wicks told Carson to leave the hospital. He left Patrick his card, and Patrick later telephoned him and told him Sean was the culprit.

Alan SimonEdit

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EastEnders character
Duration 2007
First appearance 10 August 2007
Last appearance 13 August 2007
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Occupation Duty solicitor

Alan Simon was Sean Slater's duty solicitor when he was accused of attacking Patrick Trueman. He constantly advised Sean that he was allowed to answer "no comment", as Sean was getting irate with police officers in the interview room. He later visited Sean's girlfriend Carly Wicks.


Jo DavisEdit

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EastEnders character
Duration 2007
Appeared on 20 August 2007
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Occupation Receptionist

Jo Davis was the receptionist who booked Garry Hobbs and Dawn Swann a room in a hotel in Brighton. She was unable to book them a twin room, so booked them a double room instead, and assisted them in getting a cot for Dawn's baby Summer.

Len HarkerEdit

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EastEnders character
Duration 2007
First appearance 20 August 2007
Last appearance 24 August 2007
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Occupation Rocking horse maker

Len Harker was a man who unknowingly helped Shirley Carter and Heather Trott to steal a car that Pat Evans borrowed from Kevin Wicks. As Shirley and Heather drove away to Brighton, Pat came out from the service station and called out that it was her car, but she slipped and broke her shoe. Len mended her broken shoe, and then offered her a lift to Worthing, where she had been heading for. After Pat accepted, he drove her to a run-down mental facility where Pat's long-lost sister Joan had been sent sixty years previously. After being refused entry, he helped Pat to break in, where they discovered that Joan hadn't died aged 22 as Pat had been told, but had been sent to a different hospital in the 1980s. However, while running from the police, he dropped the paper which revealed which hospital she had been sent to, but he searched the Internet and found the location. He took Pat there, where they discovered that Joan had only died a few years ago, and that she had married in 1963. He took Pat back to Walford, where he said goodbye to her, giving her his card, looked around, and then drove away.

Will PassmoreEdit

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EastEnders character
Duration 2007
Appeared on 24 August 2007
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Occupation Care home manager

Will Passmore was the manager of a care home called Springview, where Pat Evans sister, Joan, once lived. Pat and her companion Len Harker found the care home, and Will told them that Joan had died three years ago, but that she had been happily married to a man named Michael and was well liked in the community.

DamianEdit

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EastEnders character
Duration 2007
First appearance 27 August 2007
Last appearance 29 October 2007
Profile
Home Ibiza
Occupation Businessman

Damian was Roxy Mitchell's fiancé whom she started avoiding calls from during her stay in Walford. Roxy told her sister Ronnie she was going to leave Damien and never go back to Ibiza, but Ronnie warned her to wait until she got the money out of his business. They then both got into an argument over the situation during which Damien turned up totally unexpected at The Queen Victoria. Later left after Roxy and Ronnie tricked him into believing Roxy's new boyfriend was Ian Beale and she was pregnant with Ian's baby and Roxy snogged Ian to prove she loved him with all her heart in front of Damian. Damian then left to go back to Ibiza.

Two months later, he returned to Walford to be with Roxy, who was then found crying on the bed pretending she had a miscarriage. Ronnie was horrified that Roxy was setting him up. Roxy tried not to let him know that she was using him only for the money to help Peggy pay off her £40,000 debts and the funds for her and Ronnie's future ownership of the Scarlet nightclub. On 29th October, Damian attacked Ian in the cafe when he discovered that he and Roxy were never even in love, and then got himself arrested by Jack Branning when he 'hit' Ronnie (this was set up by Ronnie, when she made him look like he was sexually assaulting her). Damian also realised what the Mitchell sisters were up to when he then realised that Roxy doesn't really love him, but is using him - only because he had everything. During the arrest, Ronnie made an excuse and told Damian why he was set up - because he owed her money, so he accepted her offer and then was taken in Jack's car. This was the very last time we ever saw of him.


Queenie TrottEdit

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EastEnders character
Duration 2007
First appearance 25 September 2007
Last appearance 28 September 2007

Queenie Trott is the mother of Heather Trott. Queenie is a controlling woman, who prefers Heather to be at her beck and call. She regularly taunts, insults and demeans her daughter, but she does not react kindly to those who might want to lure her away. When Shirley Carter asked Heather to move out of her mother's flat and into hers, Queenie manipulated Heather into staying. Queenie claimed she was pleased to see her daughter leave, but then pretended to have an accident and Heather was so concerned for her mother's safety that she decided not to move out. However, Heather later heard Queenie laughing about her deception to a friend on the phone, mocking her daughter's stupidity, calling her a "stupid cow." Heather was so angry that she decided to move in with Shirley after all, only to find that Shirley had been evicted as she'd failed to pay the rent. Not wanting to remain living with her spiteful mother, Heather decided to pay the rent with money she had in her savings account. She sneaked back to Queenie's to find her savings book, but discovered that her mother had stolen most of her money. She was never seen again since.

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Brendan HughesEdit

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EastEnders character
Duration 2007
First appearance 1 October 2007
Last appearance 9 October 2007
Profile
Occupation Lawyer

Brendan Hughes was the lawyer of Chelsea Fox and Deano Wicks. He represented them in court when they were charged with falsifying evidence in a police enquiry. Despite Mr. Hughes plea for lenience, Dean and Chelsea were sentenced to 6 months in prison.

Tony EvansEdit

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EastEnders character
Duration 2007
Appeared on 15 October 2007
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Occupation Psychiatrist

Tony Evans was a psychiatrist friend of Ian Beale, who agreed to take Ian's ex-stepson, Steven into his mental hospital.

Felix RileyEdit

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EastEnders character
Duration 2007
Appeared on 22 October 2007
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Occupation Loan shark

Felix Riley was a loan shark, who tried to loan money to Peggy Mitchell when she was £40,000 in debt. When he explained that he would effectively be buying The Queen Vic from her and renting it back to her, Peggy threw him out.

FamilyEdit

  • Son: James Riley
  • Daughter: Melissa Riley


Bird MeadowsEdit

List of minor EastEnders characters (2007)
EastEnders character
Duration 2007
First appearance 22 October 2007
Last appearance 15 November 2007

Liam "Bird" Meadows was a member of Terry Bates's gang of football hooligans. He caught up with Jase Dyer, a former member of the gang, in Walford and attempted to recruit him back into the gang. When Jase refused, Bird helped Terry and the gang to arrange a car crash for a man who had sent Jase to prison. When this failed to win Jase back, the gang raided The Queen Vic looking for him.

Raymond StorryEdit

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EastEnders character
Created by Sarah Phelps
Duration 2007
Appeared on 8 November 2007
Profile
Occupation Psychiatrist

Doctor Raymond Storry was a psychiatrist who worked at Tony Evans's mental hospital, who looked after Steven Beale. He told Steven's grandmother Pat Evans that Steven was ready to leave the hospital, and prescribed him some pills, which Steven later threw down Pat's sink.

Dave StewartEdit

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EastEnders character
Duration 2007
Appeared on 20 November 2007
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Occupation Insurance salesman

Dave Stewart was a colleague of Max Branning who interviewed Max's son Bradley for a job as an insurance salesman. Stewart was impressed by Bradley in the interview and offered him the job, but Bradley turned him down as he didn't feel that it was the right career path for him.

Jamie StewartEdit

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EastEnders character
Duration 2007
First appearance 29 November 2007
Last appearance 30 November 2007
Profile
Occupation Doctor

Doctor Jamie Stewart was an Irish doctor at Walford General Hospital who helped Ronnie Mitchell when she sprained her wrist. He flirted with Ronnie's sister, Roxy, who invited him to attend the opening of their new nightclub, R&R.

OthersEdit

Date(s) Character(s) Actor(s) Circumstances
17/04 - 25/06OliveSylvia SymsStella Crawford's wedding dress fitter. She was hired by Peggy Mitchell, and she was not particularly pleasant to Stella.
13/07SianClaire AdamsA woman who Max Branning flirted with, who ended up being a supplier for his wife, Tanya.
17/07FinDanny AlderA vet who told Abi Branning that her guinea pig was pregnant.
03/09 - 05/09 Tamara Helen Coombe Gus Smith's date, twin sister of Tonicha.
03/09 - 05/09 Tonicha Rachel Coombe Mickey Miller's date, twin sister of Tamara.
24/09 - 27/09 Norman David Schaal Shirley Carter's landlord who she humiliated.
05/10 Pedro Joseph Thompson Manager of a gay bar which Carly Wicks worked at. Carly and brother Deano Wicks lodged at his flat.
09/10 Gwen Rebecca Jo Hanbury Chelsea Fox's cellmate.
20/11 - 23/11 Monique Heather Cave Peter Beale's French exchange student, who took a liking to Peter's half brother Steven.

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Mandana Jones in EastEnders? UPDATED", Digital Spy. URL last accessed 2006-01-08
  2. "Dot's secret's in danger", bbc.co.uk/eastenders. URL last accessed 2007-05-07.
  3. "May's torment", bbc.co.uk/eastenders. URL last accessed 2007-05-07.

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