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Hollyoaks Silas star's life - Harry Potter fame, royal link and rival soap roles
Hollyoaks.The soap villain has been lurking in the shadows grooming grandson Bobby Costello into inheriting his murderous mantel.Now the gruesome granddad is ready to strike and against the backdrop of Hollyoaks’ latest stunt week, which sees an explosion ripping through the village carnival.READ MORE: Hollyoaks cast are 'contracted' to do lad’s mags and sexy calendars, says ex starBut fans may recognize actor Jeff, 71, from a slew of other roles including one on rival soap Doctors, an appearance in Harry Potter and a surprising collaboration with Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York.As fans prepare for the soap’s most iconic villain to return for stunt week, let’s take a look at his life amazing life and career.Hollyoaks favourite Jeff Rawle had previously made a guest appearance in rival soap Doctors in 2004, playing a character called John Marshall.He returned to the soap in 2012 playing a road sweeper with something to hide.Jeff took on the character of Rory Bishton, who finds his double life increasingly difficult to sustain, in an episode which stirred the curiosity and pulled at the heartstrings.Other soap roles include playing Len Jackson in Casualty in 1992 and Plantagenet in cult favourite Doctor Who back in 1984.Perhaps one of his most notable acting roles outside of Hollyoaks was playing Amos Diggory, father to Cedric Diggory (Robert Pattinson), in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.Talking about his highly anticipated return to Hollyoaks, Jeff said: “It’s brilliant they’ve kept me alive.“Silas has managed to escape every time, and I’m always happy to return to such a great job, I love the crew and everyone here.“The writers have pushed Silas to another realm this time, and it will be really entertaining to
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Prince Andrew and ex-wife Sarah Ferguson fear being 'kicked out' in royal reshuffle
Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson fear being turfed out from their Windsor mansion as the new King streamlines the Royal Family.The Duke of York is reportedly expecting to be told to pack his bags and leave the 31-bedroom Royal Lodge owned by the Crown Estate.Following the death of his and older brother Charles' mother, the Queen, it is thought to be only a matter of time that the new monarch delivers on a royal reshuffle that he previously hinted at.READ MORE: William and Harry's truce 'only temporary' - with key move to tear brothers apart againKing Charles III is apparently set to make changes to the law preventing non-working royals being counsellors of state.Under new plans, Prince Andrew, Prince Harry and Princess Beatrice would all become ineligible to stand in for the monarch, with a change up to the 1937 Regency Act outlined by the King.According to The Telegraph, it would appear relevant steps are being made to have the law changed as soon as possible.The Crown's abundance of property which spans over 500,000 acres of land across the UK, is likely to fall under the King's impending review but Andrew could enjoy a tidy if 'kicked out'.If his undisclosed 100-year lease on the the Queen Mother's former home, Royal Lodge is cut short, Andrew may be able to claim up to £7million in compensation.For the time being, Andrew must take care of Her Majesty's beloved corgis following her death on September 8.An insider told The Sun that the Duke who was thought to be "under the protection of the Queen" would not be forced to leave Royal Lodge in the near future because it would "seem callous to throw them out so soon after she died"."But if he's doing no duties and rattling around a £30million mansion during the
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Seven celebs affected by 9/11 terrorist attacks - Sarah Ferguson to Michael Jackson
September 11, 2001 is a day that is widely regarded to have changed the world forever.Four terrorists belonging to al-Qaida hijacked three planes and killed almost 3000 people as they crashed the air vehicles into both the North and South Towers of the World Trade Centre as well as The Pentagon.A fourth plane was hijacked by terrorist but passengers and crew fought back and the plane crashed in a field instead of a fourth intended landmark target.READ MORE: Netflix star on the run in France after 'ramming through police during raid'As stories began to be told of that fateful day, people were shocked to learn how close some stars were to the tragedy and on the 21st anniversary of the disaster, Daily Star has taken a look at some of the celebrities who had near escapes.Pete lost his father, Scott Matthew Davidson on the fateful day.The comedian was just seven year old when his NYC firefighter father died fighting the blaze where he was last seen running up the stairs of the Marriott World Trade Center just before it collapsed.The Saturday Night Live star later got his father's badge number, 8418, tattooed on his arm in tribute and he is set to host a comedy show on September 12 to raise money for 9/11 charities.In his biography, You Are Not Alone: Michael: Through a Brother’s Eyes, Jermaine Jackson recalls how Michael's life was effectively saved by his mother.The night before 9/11, The King Of Pop had a late night phone call with his mother Katherine Jackson and his sister Rebbie Jackson.Michael was due to attend a meeting at the top of one of the Twin Towers in the morning of the attacks but due to the late night call he overslept.There's MUCH more where that came from! Want all the jaw-dropping stories from the world of
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