Thursday, 30 April 2015

Connections Hollyoaks by DJ Forrest



TW & DW Connections

Hollyoaks

By DJ Forrest


I remember the very first episode of Hollyoaks, the characters, and the humour, with just a little bit of sadness along the way.  At that time I could pinpoint areas around Chester that I recognised.  Now over the years I’m lucky if I can identify any of the areas that they use in the soap. 

The teen soap opera began in 1995, and had two of my favourite characters move on to Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps.  I miss Jambo!  Of course there were still the psychopaths that would keep our memories fresh with what they would do in the next episodes, and that side of the storyline has never changed much, although with the actors ageing there has to be a fresher plot, and Warren can’t get away with it ever time and indeed as the years progress, there can’t be many people left in the soap that he hasn’t screwed over more than once!

Later years we had the Brendan and Ste love affair that had us all asking, will they won’t they?  The chav McQueen family who have been in the series for far longer than I’ve possibly had hot dinners, but as equally entertaining as the Battersby’s in Corrie. 
But in between all of these dramas, hilarious carry on’s there are those actors that you’re certain you’ve seen somewhere before, and so, after Kai Owen declares that he will be in the teen soap later on this year, we thought we’d have a traipse through the village and uncover the cast and crew that we were certain we’d seen in an episode of Doctor Who or indeed any of the Spin off series’ since. 

As ever, we’ve done the research so you don’t have to.

Hollyoaks connections through Doctor Who, Torchwood and Sarah Jane Adventures.

Directed by

Griff Rowland directed 10 episodes from 2013-2014. Was Director and Producer for 3 episodes of Doctor Who Confidential in 2005 - Why On Earth?, The Dark Side and Weird Science.

Joss Agnew directed 9 episodes from 2001-2002. Directed 20 episodes of The SJA from 2008 - 2011.  Directed  The Sarah Jane Adventures Comic Relief Special but was uncredited in this in 2009. 

Paul Murphy directed 7 episodes in 2014. Directed 2 episodes of Doctor Who in 2014 - Robot of Sherwood and The Caretaker.

Graeme Harper directed 5 episodes in 2014. Was Director for 13 episodes of Doctor Who during 2006 - 2009, six episodes of The Sarah Jane Adventures from 2007 - 2008, Time Crash in 2007, in 1981 - 1985 was Director of Doctor Who for 10 episodes.  Warriors' Gate part 1 - 4, The Caves of Androzani 1 - 4 and Revelation of the Daleks 1 - 2.  In 2007 appeared as himself for Being Doctor Who documentary short.  In Revelation Exhumed he appeared as himself in 2006, The Dalek Tapes in 2006.  He appeared as himself for Doctor Who Confidential for 11 episodes from 2006 - 2009.  Graeme appeared in an episode of Doctor Who: The Brain of Morbius: Part 4 as the Mind Battle Face but was uncredited for this in 1976.  He was production assistant for 11 episodes of Doctor Who from 1971 - 1981, assistant floor manager for 8 episodes from 1971 - 1974, and provided the commentary for Doctor Who DVD Colony in Space.



Peter Hoar directed 2 episodes from 2002-2005. Was Director for Doctor Who: A Good Man Goes to War in 2011.  He appeared as himself on Doctor Who Confidential episode The Born Identity in 2011.

Toby Haynes directed 1 episode in 2007. Was Director for Doctor Who episodes - Day of the Moon and The Impossible Astronaut in 2011, A Christmas Carol, The Big Bang and The Pandorica Opens in 2010.  BBC Proms - Prom 10: Doctor Who at the Proms in 2010 for the Doctor Who scene. He appeared as himself on the Doctor Who Confidential episodes Alien Abduction, Out of Time and Christmas Special in 2010, Coming to America and Breaking the Silence in 2011. 

Andrew Gunn directed unknown episodes. Has directed 2 episodes of Doctor Who in 2010 - The Beast Below and Victory of the Daleks.  He appeared on Doctor Who Confidential in episodes All About the Girl and War Games in 2010. 

Series Cast 

Andrée Bernard played Liz Burton Taylor for 184 episodes from 2003-2007. Played Dolly Bailey in Doctor Who: The Shakespeare Code in 2007



John Pickard played Dominic Reilly for 181 episodes from 2006-2010. Plays characters for Big Finish Doctor Who audio dramas

Gillian Taylforth played Sandy Roscoe for 161 episodes from 2013-2015. Appeared as Kathy Beale in Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time TV short in 1993.

Lena Kaur played Leila Roy for 128 episodes from 2008-2010. Played Dr. Alicia Patel in Torchwood: Miracle Day: The Middle Men in 2011.

Lizzie Roper played Sam Lomax for 111 episodes from 2013-2014. Was Hoss in Big Finish Audio Drama Doctor Who: Kiss of Death plus other character roles for Doctor Who Big Finish dramas.

David Atkins played Rob Edwards for 103 episodes from 2011-2013. Played Bob in Doctor Who: The Time of Angels, and was the voice of Bob in Flesh and Stone both in 2010. 



Jeff Rawle played evil Silas Blissett for 78 episodes from 2010-2012. Played the role of Mervyn Pinfield in the drama An Adventure in Space and Time in 2013, he played Mr Harding in The Sarah Jane Adventures in the episodes Mona Lisa's Revenge part 1 & 2 in 2009.  In 1984 he played Plantagenet in Doctor Who: Frontios part 1 - 4. He appeared as Plantagenet uncredited in Doctor Who Confidential episode The Eleventh Doctor in 2009.

Yasmin Bannerman played Maddie Parker for 54 episodes from 1995-1997. Played DI Swanson in Torchwood: They Keep Killing Suzie in 2006 and played Jabe in Doctor Who: The End of the World in 2005. Appeared as herself in Doctor Who Confidential episode The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in 2005, as Jabe uncredited in The Destinations of Doctor Who a film documentary in 2009, as Jabe uncredited in the Doctor Who episode Journey's End in 2008, and as Jabe for Doctor Who Greatest Moments episode The Doctor in 2009.



Nila Aalia played Bel Roy for 39 episodes from 2008-2009. She played a Flying Instructor in the Torchwood episode Out of Time in 2006.  Was credited as Nila Allia. Bit conflicting as Andrew MacBean played the Flying Instructor who spoke with Owen and Diane in the scene at the airport.

James Quinn played Kirk Benson for 17 episodes from 1995-1996. Played Bill in Doctor Who: Flatline in 2014.

Finn Jones played Jamie for 9 episodes in 2010. Played Santiago Jones in The Sarah Jane Adventures: Death of the Doctor parts 1 & 2 in 2010. 

Michael Dixon played D.S. Richie Trent for 9 episodes in 2013. Played Dave in Doctor Who: The Rings of Akhaten in 2013.

Paul Clayton played Ch Supt Marlow for 8 episodes from 2013-2014.  He provided the voice for Mergrass in Doctor Who: The Infinite Quest in 2007.  Also appeared as Mergrass for 3 episodes of Totally Doctor Who in 2007. 

Georgina Hale played Blanche for 7 episodes from 2010-2011. Played Daisy K. in Doctor Who: The Happiness Patrol parts 1 - 3 in 1988



Tracey Childs played Mrs. Cornwell for 7 episodes from 2003-2004. Played Metella in Doctor Who: The Fires of Pompeii in 2008.  Also appeared as Metella in Doctor Who Greatest Moments in the episode The Doctor in 2009.

Jacqueline Boatswain played Simone Loveday for 7 episodes in 2015.  She played Plummer in Torchwood: Reset in 2008.



Natasha Alexander played Detective Inspector Tyler for 6 episodes in 2008. Played the Woman in Doctor Who: Last of the Time Lords 2007.

Wesley Theobald played Carl for 6 episodes in 2008. Played Private Gray in Doctor Who: The Sontaran Stratagem and The Poison Sky in 2008.  He appeared as himself for the Doctor Who Confidential episode - Send in the Clones in the same year.



Josie Taylor played Shawnee for 6 episodes in 2012. Played the Check-In Girl in Doctor Who: The Girl Who Waited in 2011.


Rudi Dharmalingam played Tariq for 5 episodes in 2010. Played ISA Worker in Doctor Who: Dinosaurs on a Spaceship in 2012.



Daniel Pirrie played John Wharmby for 5 episodes in 2011. Played Joe Buchanan in Doctor Who: The God Complex in 2011. He appeared in Doctor Who Confidential as himself in the episode Heartbreak Hotel in the same year.



Stephen Marzella played DI Phillips for 5 episodes from 2004-2014.  Played Dave Penn in Torchwood: From Out of the Rain in 2008 (creepy episode). 



Nicolas Chagrin played James Westbrook for 4 episodes in 2009. Played Quillam in Doctor Who: Vengeance on Varos part 1 & 2 in 1985. Appeared as Quillam in Trials and Tribulations video documentary in 2008.  In 2012 he appeared uncredited as Quillam in Nice or Nasty?: The Making of Vengeance on Varos, a video documentary.



Bernard Holley played Reverend Green for 4 episodes 2001. Played Peter Haydon in Doctor Who: The Tomb of the Cybermen epi 1 & 2 in 1967and Axon Man in The Claws of Axos episode 1 - 4 in 1971.  In 2012 Bernard appeared as himself in Axon Stations!  a video short.  In The Doctor Who Podcast in 2011 - 2013 he appeared as himself for The Thomas Brewster Trilogy Special in 2011 and Love and War Special in 2013.  He appeared as himself in Who's Round, a show in which Toby Hadoke interviews folks who were involved in the world of Who in 2014.



John R. Walker played a BMW Bidder for 3 episodes in 2005. Played a Teacher in SJA: The Temptation of Sarah Jane Smith: part 1 & 2 in 2008.  In Doctor Who John played a Sales Rep in Planet of the Ood in 2008, an Injured Man in Evolution of the Daleks, 2007, one of the stage actors in The Shakespeare Code 2007, and a Cured Patient in Doctor Who: New Earth in 2006, all of which were uncredited roles.  John was also in Torchwood: Kiss Kiss Bang Bang as a stand in for James Marsters (in Autopsy room), and in Miracle Day standing with a torch at the steps of the Cardiff Hospital in First episode.  Check out our interview with John.

Gil Kolirin played DS .Grant for 3 episodes in 2007.  Played Webb in Torchwood: A Day in the Death in 2008. 



Brigit Forsyth played Cressida for 3 episodes in 2013. Played Ruth Maxtible in Doctor Who: The Evil of the Daleks in 1967, for episodes 2 - 5.  Appeared as Ruth Maxtible in Doctor Who: Daleks - The Early Years in 1993.

Sian Hill played a Sonographer for 3 episodes in 2013. Played Nariana in Doctor Who Online Adventures in the episode Dark Times in 2014. 

Sally Faulkner played Mrs Anderson for 2 episodes in 1996. Played Isobel/Isobel Watkins for Doctor Who: The Invasion for 6 of the 7 episodes in 1968.  Appeared as Isobel in The UNIT Family: Part One video short in 2006.  Appeared as Isobel Watkins for Second Time Around: The Troughton Years documentary 2012.  Appeared as herself in The Doctors, 30 years of Time Travel and Beyond in 1995, and in the video Evolution of the Invasion in 2006.



Carl Rigg played DC Norton for 2 episodes in1996.  Also played Varlik in Doctor Who: The Power of Kroll 1978-1979 for all 4 episodes. 

Daniel Hyde played Scott Anderson for 2 episodes in 2005. Played a Lead Workman in Doctor Who: The Snowmen in 2012.

Andrew Forbes played Clive Harris for 2 episodes in 2008. Played Omril in Doctor Who: Full Circle in 1980 part 1 - 3.  Appeared as Omril for All Aboard the Starliner: The Making of Full Circle in 2009.

Edward Peel played Angus Harper-McBride for 2 episodes in 2011.  Played Kane in Doctor Who: Dragonfire part 1 - 3 in 1987.

Emma Campbell-Jones played Marie for 2 episodes in 2012. Played Dr. Kent in Doctor Who: The Wedding of River Song in 2011 and Cass in The Night of the Doctor in 2013.  Appeared as herself in Doctor Who Confidential episode When Time Froze in 2011.

Ravin J. Ganatra played a doctor for 2 episodes in 2012. Played Neil in Torchwood: Greeks Bearing Gifts episode 2006. 



Michael Yale played Clark for 2 episodes in 2014.  Played voice of Suneel in Doctor Who: Death Comes to Time in 2002 episodes Planet of Blood and The Child.



Andy Merchant played an Opponent for 1 episode in 2009. Was stunt performer for Doctor Who: Into the Dalek in 2014 and The Wedding of River Song in 2011.

Jennifer Hennessy played a Registrar for 1 episode in 2011. Jennifer played Valerie in Doctor Who: Gridlock in 2007.

Elize du Toit played Izzy Cornwell for 1 episode 2002. Played a Sinister Woman in Doctor Who: The Sound of Drums and 42 in 2007. 

Colin Baker played The Judge for 1 episode in 2000. Played the 6th Doctor from 1983 - 1986 for 35 episodes.  He appeared in the Myth Makers Vol. 19 in 1989, presented Cybermen: The Early Years video in 1992, Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time, in 1993, played The Sixth Doctor in a spoof episode involving the Rani stuck in Albert Square, provided the voice of the Doctor for the video game Doctor Who: Destiny of the Doctors in 1997, was The voice of The Doctor in the mini series Doctor Who: Real Time in 2002, appeared as himself in the tv film The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot in 2013. 



James Corden played Wayne for 1 episode in 2000. Played Craig Owens in Doctor Who: Closing Time in 2011 and The Lodger in 2010.  Also appeared in the mini series short, Night and the Doctor in 2011, in the episode Up All Night.  Appeared uncredited as Craig Owens in Doctor Who Live: The Next Doctor in 2013.

Paul Darrow played a Judge for 1 episode 2002. Played Captain Hawkins in Doctor Who and the Silurians episodes 2 - 7 in 1970, and Tekker in Doctor Who: Timelash part 1 & 2 in 1985. 



Sylvester McCoy played Leonard Cave for 1 episode in 2002. Known for his role as the 7th Doctor from 1987 – 1989 Sylvester appeared on The Noel Edmonds Saturday Roadshow on 16th September 1989 for the episode The Doctor.  Appeared as the 7th Doctor in Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time short in 1993.  Played The Doctor in the Doctor Who movie that brought us the 8th Doctor, in 1996.  Added his voice to the Doctor in the video game Doctor Who: Destiny of the Doctors in 1997, Added his voice to the Doctor for the  Doctor Who story Death Comes to Time mini series 2001 - 2002.  Appeared in Doctor Who: The Ultimate Guide in 2013, appeared as himself in The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot film in 2013 (loved that film).

O.T. Fagbenle played James Walker for 1 episode in 2004. Played The Other Dave in Doctor Who: Forest of the Dead and Silence in the Library in 2008. 
O.T. also appeared as himself in Doctor Who Confidential in the episode Shadow Play in 2008.  Appeared uncredited as Other Dave in The Destinations of Doctor Who in 2012.



Davyd Harries played Mr. Grimm for 1 episode in 2004. Played Shapp in Doctor Who: The Armageddon Factor episodes 1 - 6 in 1979.  In 2007 Davyd appeared as himself and Shapp in Defining Shadows video short, and A Matter of Time as Major Shapp. 



Rochelle Gadd played Olivia Johnson for 1 episode in 2006. Played Sally in Doctor Who: Army of Ghosts in 2006 but was uncredited for her role.

Marcus O'Donovan played Oscar Steel for 1 episode in 2006. Played Claudio in Doctor Who: The Pandorica Opens in 2010.



Marcus Hutton played Martin Spencer for 1 episode 2007. Played Sgt. Leigh in Doctor Who: The Curse of Fenric part 1 - 4 in 1989.

Nicky Ladanowski played Anne Marie for 1 episode in 2007.  Played Lisa Trotter in SJA: Secrets of the Stars part 1 in 2008.

Tony Osoba played Superintendent Smith for 1 episode in 2008.  Played Duke in Doctor Who: Kill The Moon in 2014.  Prior to this Tony played Lan in Destiny of the Daleks: Ep 1 - 4, and Kracauer in Dragonfire part 1 & 2 in 1987. In 2012 Tony appeared as himself for Friends Like Who documentary and in 2013 for Who's Round tv series.  In Doctor Who Extra and The Doctor Who Podcast he appeared as himself for the Episode regarding Kill the Moon in 2014.

Toby Parkes played Andy for 1 episode in 2011. Played Sam in The Sarah Jane Adventures episode The Mad Woman in the Attic part 1 & 2 in 2009.

Chris Wilson played an Arresting Police Officer for 1 episode in 2011. Played three uncredited characters in Torchwood - Ghost Machine, Exit Wounds and in 2011 for Miracle Day.  Check out our Interview with Chris in Issue 23.

Michael Price played Taylor James in 2000 for unknown episodes. In Doctor Who: Journey's End 2008, Michael played a Liberian Man.

Laila Rouass played Dale Jackson in 2003 for unknown episodes.  Laila played Colonel Tia Karim in The Sarah Jane Adventures episodes Death of the Doctor part 1 & 2 in 2010.

Series Art Direction by

Leonie Rintler for unknown episodes in1995.  Was stand in art director for Torchwood: Ghost Machine 2006.  Was stand in art director for 2 episodes of Doctor Who in 2007 - Gridlock and The Lazarus Experiment.

Series Makeup Department

Andrea Dowdall was daily hair stylist / daily makeup artist for unknown episodes. Was makeup artist for 13 episodes of Torchwood in 2008.

Series Production Management

Ian D. Tootle was production manager for 20 episodes from 1995-1996. Was assistant floor manager for 7 episodes in 1983. Mawdryn Undead 1 - 4 and Enlightenment part 2 - 4.

Series Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

Suzanna Shaw was first assistant director for 5 episodes in 2006. Was first assistant director for 2 episodes of Torchwood in 2008.  From Out of the Rain and Fragments.  Was Production Manager for 4 episodes of Doctor Who: The Greatest Show in the Galaxy, part 1 to 4 from 1988 - 1989

Simon Maloney was first assistant director for unknown episodes. Was first assistant director for An Adventure in Space and Time in 2013.

Series Art Department

Nick Murray was stand-by art director for 14 episodes from 2004-2006. Was Stand-by props for 21 episodes of Doctor Who from 2007 - 2008, stand by art director for 4 episodes from 2008 - 2009.  Was stand by props for 4 episodes of The Sarah Jane Adventures in 2007. 

Kay Brown was stand-by art director for unknown episodes. Was Production designer for Torchwood: Combat in 2006. Was set decorator for 2 episodes of Torchwood in 2008 - Dead Man Walking and A Day in the Death.

Series Sound Department

Patrick O'Boyle was boom operator for 1 episode in 2009. Was boom operator for Doctor Who: The Next Doctor in 2008.

Series Stunts

Annabel Canaven was stunt performer for 4 episodes from 2013-2014. Was stunt performer for 5 episodes of Doctor Who from 2011 - 2014.

Paul Kulik was stunt double for 1 episode in 2003. Was stunt double for 1 episode of Torchwood: Random Shoes in 2006.

William Willoughby was stunt double for 1 episode in 2008. Was stunt performer for 7 episodes of Doctor Who from 2005 - 2012 and stunts for 2 episodes from 2007 - 2010.  Was stunt double for 2 episodes of Torchwood - Cyberwoman and Dead Man Walking, and stunts for 1 episode in 2009 Children of Earth Day Five.

Rod Woodruff was stunt coordinator for 1 episode in 2008. Was stunt co-ordinator for 2 episodes of Doctor Who in 2005.  Rose and World War Three. 

Stephanie Carey was stunt performer for 1 episode in 2010. Was stunt performer for 6 episodes of Doctor Who from 2007 - 2013, and stunts for 1 episode in 2010.  Was stunt performer for 1 episode of Torchwood: Children of Earth - Day One in 2009, but was uncredited. Appeared as herself and stunt performer in Doctor Who Confidential episode Ship Ahoy! in 2011.

Curtis Rivers was stunt performer for 1 episode in 2013. Was Stunt double for John Barrowman in Torchwood from 2006 - 2009, and stunt performer for 3 episodes 2006 - 2008.  Stunt performer for 1 episode of Doctor Who in 2007, and stunt double for John Barrowman for Utopia but was uncredited. Appeared as himself on Torchwood Declassified - Home and Hart in 2008. 

Rob Pavey was stunt performer for 1 episode in 2014. Was stunt double for 3 episodes of Doctor Who in 2014, was stunt performer for 1 episode in 2014.

Series Camera and Electrical Department

Rob Arrowsmith was camera operator for 1 episode in 2007. Was camera operator for 3 episodes of Doctor Who in 2010.



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