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Corrie's Antony Cotton shares snaps from Queen's funeral after receiving invite
Coronation Street star Antony Cotton dazzled viewers with his exclusive invite to Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral on Monday (September 19).The beloved ITV soap star was positively beaming as he posed beside two of the Her Majesty’s grenadiers outside the entrance to Westminster Abbey.On Monday (September 19) millions of viewers and royal fans tuned in for the historical funeral as Her Royal Highness was laid to rest.READ MORE: Coronation Street star admits he worked at Asda before landing latest ITV roleIn amongst the slew of royal family members and heads of state from all over the globe were several famous faces, including Bear Grylls and Killing Eve star Sandra Oh.And one of the privileged attendees was none other than the Sean Tully star who made sure to dress up to the nines for the once-in-a-lifetime ceremony.The actor opted for a pair of stripped black and white trousers which he teamed with a black tie and waistcoat that he layered with a long black mourning blazer.He accessorised the impressive garment with a pair of black leather shoes as he fondly bid farewell to the Queen.The soap star captioned the impressive snap: “This was at 9am this morning, just before I headed into the Abbey. Thank you for your service.”Antony made sure to document the moving ceremony on Instagram in full view of his 133k followers where he gave viewers a sneak peek at the order of service.Alongside the eye-opening post, he wrote: “Well...
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Corrie star Antony Cotton has famous mum who appeared on cobbles before he did
Coronation Street star Antony Cotton has been a show staple since 2003 and it seems acting runs in his blood.The actor, 47, portrays Sean Tully on the ITV soap.His mother Enid Dunn has also made several Weatherfield appearances and in fact, made her Corrie debut before her son did.READ MORE:Corrie's Antony Cotton hits out at 'dangerous' Dancing on Ice after agonising ITV stintThe Bury-based actress first appeared on the cobbles as Dennis Stringer's aunt Joan Lawson in January 2002 at the character's funeral.She returned to the cobbles in 2006 as a character credited as Old Crone.Enid later played a special role in 2010 TV movie The Road to Coronation Street.The actress portrayed Granada Television tea lady Agnes, who famously informed the soap's creator Tony Warren that his planned title Florizel Street sounded like a disinfectant - leading him to change it.In spite of her various soap roles, Enid's Corrie journey was far from over.In 2011, she played a woman bumped into by the murderous John Stape (Graeme Hawley).Enid made her final Coronation Street appearance to date as bingo player Maureen Rothwell in 2014.She has also appeared in episodes of Cutting It, No Offence, Shameless and Bancroft - and previously appeared as barmaid Joyce in Peter Kay's hit comedy Phoenix Nights.Her recent TV roles have included small parts in The Bay and Compulsion.While his mother may have retired her Coronation Street roles, Antony recently renewed his contract with the ITV soap.This year has seen the character tested by a short-lived relationship with Frank Bardsley (Simon O'Brien) and his son Dylan Wilson's return to the cobbles.Following its axe on Friday due to the death of Queen Elizabeth II, Coronation Street will make a return to
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Corrie fans baffled as they raise new questions over Eileen's mystery 'house blunder'
Coronation Street fans were distracted after questioning the size of Eileen Grimshaw's house. Eileen (Sue Cleaver) currently lives in the house with her son Todd Grimshaw (Gareth Pierce), partner George Shuttleworth (Tony Maudsley) along with friends Mary Taylor (Patti Clare) and Sean Tully (Antony Cotton).George's sister Glenda was introduced in Friday's episode (August 5) and during tonight's episode (August 10), she was spotted at number 11 alongside her brother and their pals.The house reportedly contains two bedrooms, a hall, a dining room, a kitchen and an outside toilet, therefore soap watchers are baffled at how many people it can fit.Sean's son Dylan stays whenever he visits and was present during Wednesday night's instalment which only added to their confusion."#Corrie How many people are living in Eileen’s house?," penned one.Another wrote: "How many bedrooms has Eileen got in her house #corrie.""Has Eileen’s house got a revolving door or something? #corrie" questioned a third as a someone else added: "how many people live in that house? hahahaha #corrie."Other users couldn't help but theorize that Eileen's house must feature the Tardis from BBC show Doctor Who, with one jokingly writing: "Eileen must own the Tardis with all her lodgers #Corrie."Eileen's house really is like the tardis, keep expecting Dr Who to waltz in next.
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Coronation Street’s Frank ‘rumbled’ as Aaron’s abuser as fans ‘work out’ DNA link
Coronation Street fans think they’ve finally rumbled the identity of Aaron’s abuser - a certain Frank Bardsley.Sean Tully’s boyfriend was exposed as a bully over the course of a few weeks, with funeral director George Shuttleworth recalling horrific incidents of abuse at his hands.But Frank took things a step further by yelling at Sean’s son Dylan, leading him to dump him right there and then on the doorstep. READ MORE: Coronation Street's Sean Tully star teases on-screen romance as new actor confirmed Meanwhile, Aaron has been showing up at Summer’s covered in bruises, claiming to have been mugged - but fans soon caught him on a suspicious phone call urgently reassuring the person on the other end of the line that he’d be home soon.Aaron’s chest and ribs were covered in bruising, with Summer frantic that he might have a broken rib and urging him to visit the hospital, but Aaron refused.It’s convinced viewers that he’s being abused by someone close to him - and plenty think it’s Sean’s ex-boyfriend.Taking to social media to air their theories, one fan penned: “I think it’s Frank who’s abusing Aaron cause since Sean split with him the abuse has got worse and I think Stu catches Frank.”Another added: “Maybe Stu’s daughter was married to Frank and Aaron is their son, and Frank abuses him.
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Inside Corrie Frank star Simon O'Brien's life - second job, rival soap and real age
Coronation Street welcomed a brand new face at the end of last month.On May 27, the ITV soap introduced Weatherfield newcomer Frank Bardsley.Portrayed by actor Simon O'Brien, the character appeared in the Rovers Return as a potential new love interest for Sean Tully (Antony Cotton).Forecast to stick around the cobbles for the next few months, fans may recognise Simon from his famous role on a rival Channel 4 soap.The actor famously portrayed Damon Grant on Brookside, he has also starred on Grange Hill and Casualty while navigating a number of other roles and professions over the years.Daily Star takes a look inside his life...While Simon began his television career in acting, he has also made a big name for himself in the presenting world.Following his Brookside departure, he acted in a variety of small roles before giving presenting a try.In the 1990s, Simon presented the BBC football show Standing Room Only.He also fronted the first three series of the ITV children's quiz show I Can Do That and the BBC's To Buy or Not to Buy.Over recent years, Simon has moved back to Channel 4 to present programmes including Lost and Found.Most recently, he presented the broadcaster's popular property show, The Great House Giveaway.Simon rose to fame portraying Damon Grant on Brookside from 1982 to 1987.His character was memorably the offspring of Ricky Tomlinson and Sue Johnston's characters Bobby and Sheila Grant, with the actors later teaming up for their own hit BBC series Royle Family.In 1987, Simon was cast in the three-part Brookside spin-off show Damon and Debbie - which was to be the first standalone series in soap history.In the Damon and Debbie finale, Simon's character Damon was tragically killed off at Simon's own