Who was the TV actress that died before the premiere?
- Died more than five months before series premiere and her character was recast, with Yvette Mimieux taking over the part. The premiere was postponed from September to October and ultimately the series was canceled after production of 13 episodes.
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The following is a list of television performers who died during production of the television show in which they were appearing. In many cases, a show will handle the death of an actor by killing off their character or otherwise writing them out of the show.
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The Book of Henry is a masterful clever title that isn't for kids and I wouldn't even say is suitable "Family" viewing. It tells the story of a single mum with her two children, she's essentially failing at life and the eldest of her two sons (Still a little boy) is the man of the house.
- Sophie Webster (Brooke Vincent) - Returning
- Dylan Wilson (Liam McCheyne) - Returning
- Stefan Brent (Paul Opacic) - Joined
- Helen Worth (GAIL Platt) - Left
- Sharon Gaskell (Tracie Bennett) - Left
- Cherylee Houston (Izzy Armstrong)- Returned
Sophie set off travelling in the summer of 2019 to facilitate actress Brooke’s real-life maternity leave. After welcoming her baby boy into the world in October 2019, Brooke is expected to return to the cobbles one day but there’s no official word yet. Brooke’s on-screen mother Sally Dynevor recently revealed she would love to see Brooke return as Sophie and Helen Flanagan as Rosie, who is also taking some time off with her children. "There was a point where Brooke came over with Mexx and Helen came over with her two little girls and we had lunch together," Sally recently told Inside Soap. She added: "I said to them, 'I can't believe you're in my house with your children when I've known you since you were babies!' Every time I speak to Helen and Brooke I say, 'have you told Corrie you would like to come back yet?' In March 2020, it was revealed that Coronation Street bosses had given Brooke “as long as she needs” to decide whether or not she wants to return to the cobbles. Following...
Sean’s son Dylan returned to the cobbles for a guest stint in late 2020. He later appeared on the cobbles again when he broke the news to his dad Sean that he was being bullied in school. Antony Cotton - who plays Sean in the ITV soap - recently told the media that Dylan would soon be returning to Weatherfield on a permanent basis. He said: "He's going to come back full-time. We'll see it in stages, as Sean gets used to Dylan being around. "I can't wait for it, as it gives me a totally different dynamic. I'm hoping we're going to become a little duo and it is completely unique."
Former Emmerdale and Hollyoaks star Paul Opacic joined Corrie as bad boy Corey's rich businessman father back in April 2021. Paul, who is best known for playing Kim Tate’s husband Steve Marchant in Emmerdale from 1993 to 1999, quickly locked horns with Dev Alahan as abusive Corey convinced his ex Asha Alahan to give him another chance and move in with him. Dev declared war on the flash businessman when he bought Nick and Leanne’s apartment for the young lovebirds to live in. "Stefan is going to cause chaos on the cobbles this year and give Dev major headaches,” a source told The Sun at the time. "If viewers think Corey is bad, wait to see what kind of monster created him."
Gail Platt swapped the cobbles for Thailand earlier this month after suffering a heart attack. Gail - who is played by Helen Worth - decided to jet off to sunnier climes for a relaxing extended break. Gail is one of the show’s longest-running characters after first setting foot on the cobbles in 1974. Actress Helen has remained silent over her character’s exit, which hints at her departure from the soap, but she is expected to remain off-screen while her character is absent from the storyline. The actress recently told the Daily Star: “You just keep your fingers crossed and hope they want the character to continue. In real life, there are older people. So they have to be represented on the show. "In fact, they are a very important part of our programme. So I’ve no idea how long I’ll be on the show.”
Corrie villain Sharon Bentley departed from the cobbles in June 2021. Actress Tracie Bennett had reprised her role as Rita Tanner’s former foster daughter back in April after 22 years away from the cobbles. Sharon set out on a mission to help her nephew Harvey bring Leanne Battersby out of hiding and force her to change her statement so the case against the drug dealer would collapse. In a shock twist in court, however, Sharon turned on Harvey and gave evidence against her nephew. Sharon then departed Weatherfield with a smile on her face, knowing a fresh start as the leader of a drug dealing empire awaited her. Speaking about Sharon's return back in April, Ian explained: “It’s extremely exciting to see someone of Tracie’s calibre revisit a role so rich in history and with such complicated psychology. “Sharon returns across some badly burned bridges to reconnect with Rita - but very quickly her presence becomes destabilising and extremely dangerous, in ways that I hope the viewers w...
Izzy Armstrong - played by Cherylee Houston - returned to the soap earlier this month (July 2021) for a special one-off appearance after 10 months away from the soap. The actress has connective tissue disorder Ehlers-Danlos syndrome and has been shielding at home for the entire pandemic. However, Cherylee was able to reprise her role on the soap by filming scenes in her Manchester home with her real-life partner actor Toby Hadoke, who joined Corrie as Izzy’s concerned neighbour Fergus. Cherylee said of this storyline: "I have been unbelievably fortunate that my employers enabled me to continue shielding after the official shielding guidance ended in March. “I've been so supported by ITV, but I'm aware that many of my disabled peers who were previously shielding haven't had that safety and have been forced to make the decision to earn money to survive while facing the real fear of death or serious illness through Covid. "There's 14.1 million people in the UK, that's 1 in 5 of us. We...
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Feb 24, 2017 · Then she closes her eyes, flatlines and dies. The girls start sobbing, lying on top of their mom, and Deacon can’t do anything but collapse on top of them. The nurses come in to try to ...
Source: "Kids Losing a Parent: When Mom or Dad dies," accessed August 12, 2017, www.metroparent.com. If a parent dies during these crucial, turbulent years, it can leave a teenager with unfinished business--things left unsaid or undone.