Ashamed of his actions, he took a job at the head office of an accountancy firm in London and upset Maggie by moving there permanently. In , Gordon married Caroline Wilson and they had a son, Peter , in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Bill gave up full-time acting in the mid s to become a highly successful theatrical producer, his biggest hits being West End production Blood Brothers and a national tour of Joseph and the Amazing Techincolour Dreamcoat. Do you know where this man is? Retrieved 15 October Filmography by Job Trailers and Videos.
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As Lucille pressed ahead with wedding preparations and set kenwrihht date for Easter SaturdayGordon realised he could not marry her and cancelled the wedding. Coronation Street bll Iain MacLeod has been busy revealing all kinds of storylines for for our favourite soap. Jenny was raised in a family of nine at a fourth-floor flat near Battersea Power Station. The Hopkins’ were determined to get a good deal on the shop and when they found Gordon’s birth certificate behind a sideboard, revealing his true mother’s name.
InCoronation Street bosses told The Sun newspaper that there were no plans to retire the character of Betty, despite actress Betty Driver being 87 at the time, the oldest cast member in the soap. How much of Bill Kenwright’s work have you seen?
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John Finch H. Bill Kenwright who played Gordon Clegg. Inthe Flemings took Ray Langton as lodger and Audrey enjoyed a flirtation with Ray, leading Dickie to become jealous and throw him out, before having a change of heart. Everyone is deeply saddened as the Rovers regulars realise this marks the end of an era in 9 of A Coronation Street insider reassured The Sun that Betty was not being written out of the show, however, stating: One year he failed to send a gift.
The character is one of the longest-serving in British soap, coming third behind Ken Barlow and Emily Bishop in a survey assessing character bettj appearances in Coronation Netty history.
Posted by Flaming Nora at Minnie did, however, have a go at Elsie and make her realise how badly she was treating Jenny. Granny Hopkins was intending to use blackmail against Gordon but Maggie told Gordon the truth herself before the Hopkins’ could do so. Ultimately, Betty stops trying to lose weight, stating: The part was taken over by Geoffrey Leesley for guest appearances in and before Bill reprised the role for the episodes following the death of Gordon’s mother Betty in She visited Weatherfield to meet Maggie but she and Gordon did not marry.
A letter written by Annie Walker was found which revealed that she wanted Betty to run the pub after he retirement inbut Stella didn’t want Gordon to know until she saw a solicitor.
After some consideration, Betty decided to stay in Weatherfield as she enjoyed working too much. ITV have described the dish as “the stuff of legends”,  and inpie manufacturer Holland’s Pies launched a real-life range of hotpots and pies based on the dish, called “Betty’s Kitchen”.
On the day of the funeral, they let Gordon know about the kenweight, but he knew that his mother had still been happy working at the pub although she had turned down the offer. Family Wife Maggie Preston — He had a minor stint as a recording artist in the late sand now owns his knewright record label.
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Monica was in fact part of Robert Croft’s hippy commune camping out at 11 Coronation Street. Angie and George leave the Street.
Cyril frequently protests when Betty attempts to diet, as he prefers her “homely and comfortable” figure. Kenwrlght Kenwright takes the candidates through their paces. Do you know where this man is? From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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