Steve Perry concert tickets are on sale. She employs workers whilst she does shifts in the pub, including Ina Foot (Ina Clare) and Jean Slater (Gillian Wright). He had to be someone a bit different. Sam knocks Tracey out with the crowbar and drags her, unconscious, into the bathroom, locking her in. Shamila Nazir. He fails at this, but finds the woman he wants to marry, Debbie Wilkins (Shirley Cheriton), who is seeing Andy O'Brien (Ross Davidson) in an open relationship. Additionally, if the programme was to be realistic, it had to reflect the cross-section of society that actually existed in the real location. When Mary finds out about Sheena's behaviour she calls her a "sluttish bitch" and tells her that Annie could end up in care because of her irresponsible actions. Naima and her husband are the first Asian characters to appear in the soap. The actor Ron Tarr died of cancer in October 1997 and was appearing in pre-recorded episodes several weeks after his death. Sharon is a regular character in the first 10 years of the programme, after which she leaves and returns several times. [33] His first credited appearance is episode 177, dated 28 October 1986, when he witnesses Ali Osman (Nejdet Salih) and his brother, Mehmet Osman (Haluk Bilginer), arguing and asks Ali's wife, Sue Osman (Sandy Ratcliff), if she needs any help. Business consultant Fi Browning (Lisa Faulkner) advises that the pub is overstaffed, and suggests two members of staff need to go. Fun facts: before fame, family life, popularity rankings, and more. Except, working as a yoga teacher and esthetician she also featured in her ex-boyfriends hit solo song, Oh Sherrie. Before EastEnders initially aired, creators Tony Holland and Julia Smith had already decided that Sue and Ali Osman would be parents to a young baby named Hassan. "Britain's tabloids and Britain's soaps feed off each other: newspapers publish articles about forthcoming developments in shows like "EastEnders" and viewers tune in to watch the prophecies come true. September 24, 2008 Steve Perry made a … On 15 June 2010, Winston has a speaking role as he is seen engaging in a minor conversation with Max. The 80's diva is believed to be living her life alone and she maintained to keep her personal life a low-key. [28] Kathy returned for the 30th anniversary episode in February 2015, when it was revealed that Kathy never died in a surprise showdown with her ex-husband, Phil. Pauline Fowler[3] played by Wendy Richard between 1985 and 2006[4] is the wife of Arthur Fowler (Bill Treacher). ", said to Den Watts (Leslie Grantham), five months after Ron first appears. Winston owns the music stall in Walford's Bridge Street Market, and over the years he proves to be a great friend to his fellow long-standing stall-holder, Mark Fowler (Todd Carty). However, during the series this was altered to 1916 and for many years her birthday fell on 19 February. Stephen Ray "Steve" Perry is an American singer and songwriter best known as the lead vocalist of the rock band Journey during their most commercially successful periods from 1977–1987 and 1995–1998. His family is from the Azores like mine, I don t know which Island though. The first episode of EastEnders on 19 February 1985 centres upon pensioner Reg's death. You're in everybody's front room and everyone feels they own a bit of you. Cassie appears infrequently after this, and plays a Herald Angel in the Walford Nativity play on Christmas Eve 1986 and the following day when she, Kelvin and his friends play charades. On 18 January 2010, Tracey appears behind the bar in a non-speaking capacity for The Queen Vic's reopening. She has been described as a "legend" and a television icon,[6] but was also voted the 35th "most annoying person of 2006" (being the only fictional character to appear on the list). As Holland and Smith wanted a diverse cross-section from the East End community, it was decided that one of the main cast had to be a young, single mother, and as punk music was prominent in British culture at the time, they decided to use a punk image for the character. [1] Up to that time it was the longest scene ever done in a soap-opera, lasting fifteen minutes. Big Ron, played by Ron Tarr, works in Walford market and appears as a background character from 1985 to 1997. Hannah is shaken but unharmed. Arthur Fowler, played by Bill Treacher, is the father of the Fowler family. When Ethel comes back to Walford to die in 2000, she reveals to Dot that she had lied about her age for many years. Nothing bad is happening or can happen in child bearing activity because of the same blood group or different blood group. Sherrie is never rumored for dating or marrying anyone after her breakup with Steve, however, Steve was in a dating relationship with Kellie Nash. The song became an instant hit and fans favorite. "[14] She also added, "For me as a character, it has to be Tracey speaking to Sean Slater. She was known to Den as his "princess" and he made sure suitors watched their step around the teenage Sharon. Even though she disapproved of her father's dodgy deals and his constant fighting with binge-drinker Angie, she loved them both nonetheless. The following month Rich is transferred to another division in Crawley, so Debbie decides to leave Walford with him. Reg Cox, played by Johnnie Clayton, is a resident of Albert Square. You will find him there with many people from the Islands. Debbie Wilkins, played by Shirley Cheriton is Walford's first upwardly mobile character. Debbie agrees, but whilst on their mock date they bond and when they return to The Queen Victoria they make a dinner date for the next night to a Chinese restaurant and they are soon inseparable. However, when she discovers that Neville has a violent temper and has beaten her daughter with a riding whip, she confronts him and after a row results in violence she leaves him and turns up on Tony's doorstep at number 3 Albert Square in April 1986. Ali was a well-intentioned attempt to represent the proportion of Turkish Cypriots who had immigrated to England and settled in the East End of London. However, Ali pulls out of the deal and Chris turns to alcohol, regularly drinking himself into a stupor to drown his sorrows. Mark Fowler is an original regular character in the series starting February 1985 but becomes a semi-regular after his original portrayer David Scarboro was written out of the role in April 1985. Annie is rescued but Mary's neighbour, Dot Cotton (June Brown), phones Chris, who returns to Walford and takes Annie to live with him and his wife, Edie Smith (Eileen O'Brien), in Stockport. Her full first name is Aashamela Kay _____ (last name was never Perry), and she's married now; she goes by Shamela or the nickname "Sham". Peggy tells Tracey on the phone that she is not sacked but Tracey hangs up. Chris Smith was introduced on 7 May and Mehmet Osman was introduced on 13 June as a recurring character. He was happiest in the army and felt incomplete without the group setting, the all-male camaraderie and even the security of the uniformity that the army provides.[32]. She often makes life difficult for herself due to her stubborn, defensive nature and she tends to feel that everyone around her is out to get her. So they decided that Lofty would be an ex-soldier, forced to quit because of his asthma. Lofty Holloway is introduced on 26 February along with Terry Rich, and Tony Carpenter is introduced on 28 February. Instagram Star #115979. Ian's original character outline as written by Smith and Holland appeared in an abridged form in their book, EastEnders: The Inside Story. That's rough. He visits 45 Albert Square after an application from, Danny Owen (credited as Singer) is a singer who sings at, Fabulous Frankie is a stripper, hired for the ladies night at, A representative from the company responsible for collecting money from the jukebox at, This page was last edited on 15 January 2021, at 21:24. Vincent Hubbard (Richard Blackwood) then offers Tracey a job at his bar, The Albert. However, Tracey later sacks Jean after she rows with customers Michael Moon (Steve John Shepherd) and Janine Butcher. Perry, the grandparent-of-two is most probably single after two relationship failures in the past. Steve Perry, Faithfully...Dedicated to Mary C. Quaresma ... heart and soul by our own Mr. Stephen Ray … [31] Mark starts out as a delinquent teenager, but returns to Walford a changed man when he was 22. He attends the funerals of Pauline Fowler (Wendy Richard), Pat Evans (Pam St Clement) and Archie Mitchell (Larry Lamb), stag parties for Garry Hobbs (Ricky Groves), Lucas Johnson (Don Gilet) and Ricky Butcher (Sid Owen), Jean Slater's (Gillian Wright) birthday party and Ricky and Bianca Jackson's (Patsy Palmer) wedding. Hannah then decides that their marriage is over and so she leaves Walford in February that year to go and live with her sister in another part of London. Despite various rumours of a possible return for Kathy in the press, this did not occur and the character was supposedly killed off-screen in a road accident in late February 2006 in a storyline to facilitate the return of her son Ben to his father Phil (Steve McFadden). Ali Osman, played by Nejdet Salih, is a happy-go-lucky, easy going chap, which is in stark contrast to his highly strung wife, Sue (Sandy Ratcliff). The premises of the haulage company are eventually bought by Frank Butcher (Mike Reid), who converts it into the car lot. Den Watts, played by actor Leslie Grantham, is the original landlord of The Queen Victoria. See more ideas about steve perry daughter, steve perry, perry. When we give her more to do, she absolutely delivers. She later relays to Tony that she fears that Mehmet is the culprit, because he had made a pass at her previously. The next month, Alfie Moon (Shane Richie) offers Tracey her old job back at The Queen Vic, along with Stacey Branning (Lacey Turner), after he reopens the pub. Mehmet is portrayed as a charmer, rogue and a serial womaniser. So it is very common to be of the same group of blood in a couple. Lisa Brennan-Jobs - Wikipedia. Andy O'Brien, played by Ross Davidson, is one of the original characters created for the series. [27] Kathy Beale is one of the serial's original characters, appearing in the first episode of EastEnders on 19 February 1985. Ian's boxing coach, a retired light heavyweight champion, turns out to be Ernie, who at first thinks Ethel was Ian's mother. Sheena Mennell, played by Dulice Liecier, first appears on 15 October 1985 when her taxicab breaks down in Bridge Street and she wanders into the café and asks Sue Osman (Sandy Ratcliff) where she might find another one. The next day, Tracey is present when Ronnie Mitchell (Samantha Womack) is arrested on suspicion of Archie's murder, and looks shocked. Perry left Journey in 1987, but he never had sustained success as a solo artist. He was conceptualised by the creators of EastEnders, Tony Holland and Julia Smith. According to scriptwriter Colin Brake, the creators of EastEnders, Tony Holland and Julia Smith, wanted to start the serial "with a bang, throwing the audience into the middle of life in [the fictional setting of] Walford". His last appearance is on 15 August 1985. She remains in a trance-like state for weeks and refuses to eat, sleep, cry or acknowledge her grief. Peggy demands that Roxy beg Tracey to come back for the evening shift as workers like Tracey are "gold dust". Dek Hogan from Digital Spy hailed Tracey when she had a line of dialogue, and said it was "such a rare event that it's always worthy of a celebration. Tracey is often seen to be pleased at the prospect of additional overtime in The Queen Victoria when a Mitchell family wedding or other event is planned, as she can always do with extra money. Dot moved away with her son and his family in 1993. Perry departed from Journey in 1986 but rejoined the group in 1996. Hassan Osman, played by Michael Evangelou, is the first son of Ali Osman (Nejdet Salih) and Sue Osman (Sandy Ratcliff), who is only a baby during his short time in EastEnders. To explain the character's absence, he was given an off-screen storyline in early 1998 where he wins £500,000 on the National Lottery and emigrates to Spain. A bright spark and full of initiative, he opens several businesses in Albert Square and even forms a band. Tony Holland had previously been in the army and found that ex-soldiers had these problems when they tried to reintegrate as civilians. The role was recast in 1990, with Todd Carty taking the role. A loner, maybe someone forced to be a loner. Naima Jeffery, played by Shreela Ghosh, is the wife of Saeed Jeffery (Andrew Johnson). [33] Ron could have appeared in a special episode of the popular science fiction series, Doctor Who, entitled Dimensions in Time (1993). Someone that was happiest in a group but still could not find one that he fit in with. Nick then flees Walford, but is arrested the following month for Reg's murder, although he is never charged. Posted: (4 days ago) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Lisa Nicole Brennan-Jobs (née Brennan; born May 17, 1978) is an American writer. His last appearance is in July 1986. He made his 45 million dollar fortune with Street Talk, For the Love of Strange Medicine & Departure. ", followed by the discovery of an unconscious Reg slumped in his armchair in the lounge of his neglected house. After a few months of platonic dating, Quick asks Debbie to marry him. Lou remained in the house throughout the Second World War and brought up her children there. A few weeks later the Carpenters hear news that Cassie has run away from school and is nowhere to be found. Her existence is largely to provide somebody to man the bar while one of the main characters resolves disputes, arguments or disagreements, or tends to the main plot of the episode. The musician garnered a lot of money and love from the fans all thanks to his singing career. In 2015, Nick died in the same place that Reg died exactly 30 years earlier after admitting to his mother, Dot Branning (June Brown), that he killed Reg. The following week, a badge that Lofty Holloway (Tom Watt) is wearing on his jumper catches the eye of Dr Legg (Leonard Fenton), who recognises it as one that he saw in Reg's collection of Nazi badges from the war. [10] However, finding an Alsatian that was light enough in colour not to merge into the background of the set proved to be difficult. Wicksy was the soap's first male, pin-up and proved extremely popular with female fans. The following is a list of characters that first appeared in the BBC soap opera EastEnders in 1985, by order of first appearance. On 2 November 2010, he has another minor speaking role asking for 3 drinks at the newly reopened Queen Vic. In tribute to the character, the soap's café is named "Kathy's". Den speaks the opening lines of the first episode, "Stinks in here, dunnit? The duo was sharing a good bond initially and Steve even wrote a song for Sherrie called 'Oh Sherrie' and featured her in that video in 1984. The Reg Cox storyline was deemed as a good starting point, allowing various members of the community to be involved with or comment on the circumstances of the old man's murder. Dot Cotton (June Brown) and Sue Osman (Sandy Ratcliff) are the usual victims, but almost everyone on Albert Square has a turn of looking after Annie. Dr Legg then questions Quick's priorities, pointing out that the crime rate never went down since he arrived, so Quick accuses them of not helping the police, and his parting remarks to the citizenry in The Queen Victoria pub are, "You lot deserve each other, and you deserve what you've got, and what you've got is only the start!" The Official Youtube Channel of Steve Perry.The new Steve Perry album “Traces” is available everywhere. Two versions were filmed for each voting outcome, but the Mandy version won with 56% of the vote.[34]. Rich, of the Walford CID, arrives in Albert Square to conduct an inquiry. From the beginning it was decided that the occupants of The Queen Victoria pub, Den, Angie and Sharon Watts, were to have an Alsatian named Prince. Nick died of a heroin overdose on 13 February 2015 in the house he killed Reg Cox 30 years previous. [22] Kris Green, also from Digital Spy, said that he wanted to ask scriptwriters to give more lines to Tracey,[23] in addition to calling Tracey's scenes with Sean Slater "iconic". Nick is also the subject of a special spin-off episode, The Return of Nick Cotton, which aired in October 2000. In April 2011, during the screening of the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in The Queen Vic, Winston accidentally rips the cord from the television electrical plug, much to the dismay of the patrons. She later begins blaming herself unfairly for her son's sudden death. The sudden tragedy came as a surprise to the audience, especially since the bereaved parents were a couple whose feuding, fighting ways had made them appear rather comic in the early episodes of the show. Prime Suspect", "Poll Result: 'Who Killed Archie?' Ian Beale, played by Adam Woodyatt, is the longest-serving character and the only remaining original character to have appeared continuously since the first episode on 19 February 1985. She grabbed the attention of the media and caught the limelight after dating famous American songwriter and Journey band singer Steve Perry. The classic hits Perry sang and wrote with Journey — including “Open Arms,” “Separate Ways (World’s Apart),” “Lights,” “Who’s Cryin’ Now,” “Any Way You Want It,” and the famously enduring “Don’t Stop Believin’” to name just a few — remain wildly popular around the world to this day. Davidson claims this was due to an altercation between himself and Executive Producer and show creator, Julia Smith. Following that, Phil pressures Tracey into talking about her feelings, supposedly for him, and mentioning her husband in the process. Lou Beale played by Anna Wing, is the matriarch of the Beale family. Winston is an extra character who is portrayed by Ulric Browne, with his first on-screen appearance being in episode 81, originally shown on 26 November 1985. Sherrie Swafford is one of those '80s personality who rose to fame after dating with famous Hollywood celebrities. Tracey was one of the 'outsiders' in the "Who Killed Archie?" Ethel's original character outline states that she was born in 1920. They are the first black characters to appear in the soap. [2], Mary Smith, played by Linda Davidson, is a punk, and is Walford's original wild child. Moreover, the pair stayed together for one and a half years in their small house in New York until Nash died in the year 2012. Dr Harold Legg, played by Leonard Fenton, is Walford's original GP. Furthermore, she was believed to have a salary of $40,000 per year combining her professions. Steve Perry, former lead singer of the band Journey career and music. Her mother moved to North Carolina after getting pregnant and she kept it as a secret from Steve until Shamela turned 13. She is not seen again. Thanks for the question. After the commercial failure of his second solo album, he got back together with his former bandmates in … The next day, he returns her underwear to her publicly over the bar. She is unhappy to be living in a house that is in the throes of renovation and she constantly harangues Tony to do better and try harder. Sue tells her that her husband, Ali (Nejdet Salih), might be able to take her where she needs to go and so Mary Smith (Linda Davidson), who is in the café at the time, offers to show her the way to Number 23 Albert Square in search of Ali. He arrives in Albert Square to put his old adversary, Nick Cotton (John Altman), in prison. [2] Holland and Smith had always been critical of the way pubs had been portrayed on television feeling they lacked vitality and life, so they were determined that their pub and occupants were going to be more 'real'. Steve Perry's Daughter's Mom . The character was created by Tony Holland, one of the creators of EasEnders; he was based on a member of Holland's family. After Nigel met and kissed Debbie during his birthday party, he asked Tracey where Debbie was: she replied that she left in a cab, but really liked Nigel and thought he was sweet. Ron's first line in the series is, "All right, Den? On 25 May 1993, Sharon Mitchell (Letitia Dean) told Nigel Bates (Paul Bradley) that she will be late for his birthday party as she would be attending a hen party, which Grant Mitchell (Ross Kemp) confirmed was because Tracey was getting married. Mary is an incredibly irresponsible mother and Annie is always getting lumbered on neighbours when Mary gets tired of looking after her. After Sue discovers that Ali had slept with Donna Ludlow, she kisses Mehmet in front of Ali for revenge, causing a huge fight between the brothers. Richard Cole (Ian Reddington) gives Ron's pitch away, leading the other stall holders to rebel against him, until his boss orders him to give it back to Ron. During her four years on-screen, the character contends with a phantom pregnancy, marital breakdown and finally insanity. You can find the list of Steve Perry tour dates here. She has appeared as a background character since the first episode on 19 February 1985, when she was seen working on the flower stall in Bridge Street Market. The character soon departed from the show after getting involved with his local's criminal organization, The Firm – which sparked the events of an attempt on Den's life. It was hysterical. On 30 April 2009, she finds Heather Trott's (Cheryl Fergison) lost inhaler. your own Pins on Pinterest Tony is one of the original twenty-three characters invented by the creators of EastEnders, Tony Holland and Julia Smith. Chris is obsessed with Tracey and with Jane Slaughter, who plays her. In 1987, Mary begins prostituting herself. Edie is unhappy about this and tells Chris that he can only come home when he brings Annie back. Holland and Smith knew that for the soap to succeed there needed to be a varied group of characters, so that several different sections of the audience had someone to identify with. His name was changed to Ali when it dawned on Holland that he had given a Christian name to a Muslim. Sue eventually manages to come to terms with Hassan's death with the help of Harold Legg (Leonard Fenton), who takes the drastic measure of placing Mary Smith's (Linda Davidson) baby, Annie Smith (Zara Posener), in her lap, finally allowing her to acknowledge her pent-up sadness. Translate; Career; Random Home Video Star Web Shamila Nazir . Hannah constantly looks down on Tony's lifestyle and career, so their meetings are never pleasant. Naima tries to embrace Western culture, but this is not easy since her family constantly try to force her to adhere to their ancient customs. And if any woman out there thinks that it would be real exciting to be the girlfriend of somebody in a band like that and that it would be all peaches and cream, the truth is that it's hard to navigate a relationship when you're in the midst of such a ride.". Rich is impressed with the way Debbie conducted herself so he asks her if she would help him out on some police business. Thaty is A,B, AB, O (+ve) or A,B,AB,O(-ve). Their unhappy marriage finally disintegrates after Michelle has an abortion, and Lofty leaves Walford for a new start. Tracey suggests a curry night, and Roxy is happy to leave Tracey in charge of it, saying it is the most she has ever heard her speak. Steve wrote a song for Sherrie called 'Oh Serrie' and even featured her in that video in 1984. Weary of trying to live on the DSS payments she receives, Mary eagerly accepts Sheena's offer to help her find work as a stripper. The former esthetician's ex-boyfriend is a well-known singer and the songwriter and holds an estimated net worth of $45 million. Sherrie Swafford was in a dating relationship with the famous songwriter and the Journey band singer Steve Perry. For 14 years, it was believed that he had been killed, but he returns to Walford in September 2003. Darren Roberts (Gary McDonald), who had had several run-ins with Chris regarding the theft of his JCB earlier that year, informs the police that he is driving illegally and Chris is fined £1000. It was just Love, nothing else!". Albert and Lou came to their house on the corner of Albert Square, number forty-five, on getting married during the 1930s. Born in the East End, Lou lived in Walford all her life. Annie returned in 2019, played by Marilyn O'Brien. A haulage driver from Stockport, he is first seen in Walford in May 1985 when he comes to visit his wayward daughter. Cassie's parents are separated and she initially resides with her mother and her mother's new boyfriend, a corporate lawyer named Neville Agard (Gordon Case). He is angry when Ian Beale's (Adam Woodyatt) car crashes into his stall in October 2006. Steve Perry, Faithfully...Dedicated to Mary C. Quaresma ... heart and soul by our own Mr. Stephen Ray … In fact Ethel trusts Dot so much that she even asks her to help her die in 2000, after she is diagnosed with inoperable cancer. On July 20, 2009 on the Canadian Broadcasting Centre (CBC) … Steve Perry Daughter Shamila Arnold . Black and Asian characters were two ethnic minorities that had previously been under-represented in British soap before EastEnders aired. Detective Sergeant Roy Quick was introduced on 20 August as Walford's detective. Her last appearance is in March 1989. Sometimes characters steal DVDs or CDs from his stall, including Jay Brown (Jamie Borthwick). September 24, 2008 Steve Perry made a telephone appearance on the Dennis Miller radio show. He is credited in the episode as "stall holder" and this is also the first time he is named as Ron in dialogue. Chris desperately tries to make amends for his mistake, but she cannot forgive him until Annie is given the all clear later that day, so a jubilant Mary accepts her father's apology. Tony is furious, and he along with Den Watts (Leslie Grantham) and Pete Beale (Peter Dean) go to track Mehmet down and teach him a lesson. A woman who works on the market on the book stall. I can't believe it. By May, Chris succeeds in opening the haulage company open by borrowing money from Walford Investments – the money lending organisation of The Firm – but the antics of his daughter, who starts to use drugs again and neglect Annie, cause further family strife. His last appearance is in August 1988. After nearly 20 years of marriage, he hands divorce papers to Angie in the 1986 Christmas Day episode that was watched by a record-breaking 30.15 million viewers, more than half of the UK population at the time. Steve Perry, former vocalist of Journey, has one daughter. In reality, June Brown left the show in 1993, unhappy with the direction of Dot's characterisation. Because he's threatening The Vic? It was written by Christopher Reason and done so well. [1], In the first ever scene of the programme, the characters of Den Watts (Leslie Grantham), Arthur Fowler (Bill Treacher), and Ali Osman (Nejdet Salih) are shown breaking down the door of Reg's flat. When Kat asks for her opinion on herself on a down day, Tracey replies that she thinks Kat is scary. They are the first black characters to appear in the soap. She would stay 10 paces behind. Steve Perry Wife And Kids Guizin and her three children, Emine (Pelin Ahmet), Rayif and Murat, later move in with her brother-in-law and his family in 1987, after her husband gambles away their home and deserts them. The character of Angie was originally going to be named Pearl[2] and she, her husband and adopted daughter were to be the occupants of the soap's local pub, now famously known as The Queen Vic. Rich returns in 1987 to investigate the case of the 'Walford attacker', who has assaulted several female inhabitants of Albert Square. Mehmet Osman, played by Haluk Bilginer, is a recurring character appearing from 1985 to 1989. She leaves her young baby, Annie Smith, at home alone while she works. Many years later, Ernie confesses to Ethel that he fled because he feared that he would either go insane being around an unobtainable Ethel, or that they would do something to hurt William if their association had continued. All in all, MTV  displayed the music video of the song rapidly just to promote the video. He is perhaps best remembered for his stormy love-hate relationship with his alcoholic first wife Angie (Anita Dobson), as well as his devoted interaction with their adopted daughter Sharon (Letitia Dean). Perry has such a distinctive voice that scarcely has a match or rival. Tony Carpenter, played by Oscar James, is a jovial character, who tries to establish a successful business and steady home for his family, but nothing he does is ever good enough for his nagging wife. As part owner of the café, she hires Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt), who later becomes the sole owner. ", wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, EastEnders: The First 10 Years: A Celebration, "Nadia quits Square; She joins exodus from EastEnders", "10 Fast Facts about Eastenders' legendary silent barmaid Tracey", "Loads more from 'EastEnders' Tracey The Barmaid", "Jane Slaughter (Tracey The Barmaid, 'EastEnders')", "Slaughter praises issue-led 'Enders plots", "Exclusive: 'Enders boss hints at character plots", "Poll Result: Who Killed Archie? In May 1986 she gets into trouble with her school for bullying another girl, and is in even more trouble with her parents for trying to hide it from them. 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