List of minor Emmerdale characters (2011)

List of minor Emmerdale characters (2011)
Emmerdale minor characters
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The following is a list of minor characters that first appeared in the British soap opera Emmerdale in 2011, by order of first appearance.

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Flynn Buchanan

Flynn Buchanan
Emmerdale character
Portrayed by Ryan Prescott
Introduced by Gavin Blyth
Duration 2011
First appearance 31 January 2011
Last appearance 14 September 2011
Classification Former; recurring
Profile
Occupation Student

Flynn Buchanan, played by Ryan Prescott, made his first on-screen appearance on 31 January 2011. Flynn was introduced as a love interest for Aaron Livesy.

Prescott landed the role of Flynn shortly after graduating from a performing arts degree. He began filming his first scenes in late November 2010.[1] Prescott told The Champion that he has been recognised from being in Emmerdale. He said "The storyline in Emmerdale was so big already that it's brought a lot of publicity, I signed my first couple of autographs the other day which was weird."[1] He added that he had enjoyed his time on the set.[1] In August 2011, it was announced Prescott would be returning to Emmerdale for a one off guest appearance in September 2011.[2]

Flynn meets Aaron Livesy (Danny Miller) in a gay nightclub in Hotten. Flynn spots Aaron playing a game of pool with his friend Adam Barton (Adam Thomas). Flynn challenges Aaron to a game and wins. Adam buys Flynn a drink along with Aaron's. Flynn makes a pass at Aaron and gives him his phone number. Although Aaron initially rejects him and goes home, it is later revealed that Flynn has sent a text to Aaron asking him out for another date. The two continue to date over the following weeks when Flynn comes back from a trip away and has an awkward meeting in The Woolpack with Aaron's ex-boyfriend Jackson Walsh (Marc Silcock) who had asked Aaron to introduce him to Flynn. The following week, however, whilst they are on a date, Aaron begins to feel awkward and tells Flynn that he still wants to be with Jackson and regrets ending their relationship. Flynn tells Aaron that he is glad that he was finally being honest with him. Aaron ends his relationship with Flynn and reconciles with Jackson. A few months later, Adam spots Flynn on a night out. They go over to see Aaron and Flynn tells him he is glad to see him. They talk about Jackson's death and Aaron leaves Flynn alone in the bar.

Steve Kelly

Steve Kelly
Emmerdale character
Portrayed by Andy Walker
Introduced by Gavin Blyth
Duration 2011—
First appearance 25 February 2011
Classification Present; recurring

Steve Kelly, played by Andy Walker, made his first on-screen appearance on 25 February 2011. Steve is a quadriplegic who tries to show Jackson Walsh that being disabled does not have to be a negative thing.

Walker was approached about appearing in Emmerdale by the charity Back-Up Trust.[3] He was scheduled to appear in five episodes and he said "Getting a part in Emmerdale is part of me going forward in my life."[4] Walker was paralysed from the neck down during an accident in Goa in 2006. He broke his neck when he dived into the sea and hit his head on the sand.[4] Walker's character, Steve, was introduced to Emmerdale to show Jackson Walsh (Marc Silcock) that he has a life to live after being paralysed.[4] Of his part, Walker said "I play the same role in the programme as I do in life, showing that disability doesn't necessarily have to be a negative thing."[4] He added that Steve will tell Jackson that he can still go on holiday, take him to a football game and meet him in the pub.[4]

Cameron Murray

Cameron Murray
Emmerdale character
Portrayed by Dominic Power
Introduced by Gavin Blyth
Duration 2011—
First appearance 3 March 2011
Classification Present; regular
Profile
Home Tug Ghyll
Occupation Haulage driver

Cameron Murray, played by Dominic Power, made his first on-screen appearance on 3 March 2011. Cameron is a former boyfriend of Debbie Dingle whom she met and had an affair with whilst she was living in Jersey.

In December 2010, it was announced that former The Bill actor, Power had joined the cast of Emmerdale.[5] Digital Spy said sparks will fly between Debbie (Charley Webb) and Cameron and it becomes clear that they have a shared history. Debbie is unhappy to see Cameron in the village.[5] Of his character, Power said "Cameron is a strong, sharp-tongued and defiant character. He is essentially a good guy but has a darker, edgier side to him."[5]

Cameron comes to the village after tracking Debbie down, so he can tell her that he has left his wife and kids for her. Debbie tells him that their affair was a mistake. Carl King gives Cameron a job at Emmerdale Haulage and he catches the eye of Eve Jenson. Debbie finally gives into Cameron and they get back together. Debbie then asks him to move into Tug Ghyll with her and her daughter Sarah. Debbie finds out that Sarah has taken a shine to Cameron, which makes Sarah's father Andy Sugden jealous. Cameron clashes with Debbie's father, Cain. Cameron tries to persuade Cain to let him be with his daughter. Debbie learns Cameron had another affair after she left Jersey, but he tells her it meant nothing. Cameron is delighted when Debbie reveals she is pregnant. However, Debbie later suffers a miscarriage. Cameron tries to support her and not let his feelings show. His sons, Dylan and Harry, come to stay for a few days. Sarah become sick and Cameron and Debbie learn she has a rare genetic disorder. Cameron hires his own truck and starts poaching the King's customers. Carl attacks Cameron's truck and Cameron then plots to ruin the Kings. Cameron, Cain and Charity Dingle steal the King's haulage trucks and sell them off. Cameron then wipes all the files containing contracts from Carl's computer. This prompts Cain to tell Cameron he is part of the Dingle clan.

Alex Moss

Alex Moss
Emmerdale character
Portrayed by Kurtis Stacey
Introduced by Stuart Blackburn
Duration 2011—
First appearance 12 April 2011
Classification Present; regular
Profile
Home Butler's Farm
Occupation Farmhand

Alex Moss played by Kurtis Stacey, made his first on-screen appearance on 12 April 2011. Alex is a new farmhand employed by John Barton to work at Butler's Farm.

Stacey's part in Emmerdale is his first major television role.[6] Stacey admitted that he was nervous about making his debut and was worried that he would be replaced by a new actor. He told Holy Soap, "I didn't know what to expect about working on set and how the directors would work. I tried to be as calm and cool as I could and keep my performance natural."[7]

During a March 2011 interview with Digital Spy, Executive Producer Steve November commented on Stacey's casting and his character. He described Alex as "a young guy, a working-class farmhand who arrives in the village. He's not unattractive by any means, so he'll be a bit of a heart-throb and romantic lead, break a few hearts, and provide some great stories for our younger women and girls."[8] Alex has also been called a "hunk" and Stacey revealed that he gets into trouble because "he is single and out to enjoy himself."[6] The actor explained that Alex is a regular guy who comes from a troubled background, his family is a touchy subject and this results in him shutting people out.[6] Stacey also revealed that if Alex has a secret then it is most likely to have something to do with his family.[6]

The Press Association reported that Alex would get off on the wrong foot with Adam Barton (Adam Thomas) shortly after his arrival.[9] Alex gains John Barton's (James Thornton) approval as he begins working on the farm and this "riles up" Adam.[9] Of the situation, Stacey said "I don't think he'll get on with Adam because he replaces Adam on the farm – Adam sees him arrive and work really hard and is annoyed that he's good."[9] Alex also catches the eye of Adam's sister, Hannah (Grace Cassidy), and Adam does not like it.[9] Stacey added that Alex will become friends with Andy Sugden (Kelvin Fletcher) and he is initially the only person Alex knows in the village. The locals are a little suspicious of Alex at first.[9] When asked how Alex got the job with John, Stacey explained, "Andy knew his dad and knows Alex is a hard worker so he recommends him. When he gets the job as a farmhand, he moves into the caravan."[6]

Stacey later revealed that he would be involved with another female character.[10] He said "she's a bit of a naughty one [...] it could be anyone with Alex. Alex is just waiting for the next woman or girl, whoever turns up, he's after them." He stated that Alex needs a female partner with a backbone that can sort him out. If Alex enters a serious relationship, he opined viewers would then see Alex is "a good boy".[10] Holy Soap have branded him a "hunky farmhand" that had "shaken up Emmerdale's female folk since arriving".[11]

Nicky Pritchard

Nicky Pritchard
Emmerdale character
Portrayed by Matt Milburn
Introduced by Stuart Blackburn
Duration 2011
First appearance 26 May 2011
Classification Present, regular (departing)
Profile
Occupation Vet

Nicky Pritchard played by Matt Milburn, made his first on-screen appearance on 26 May 2011.[12] Nicky arrives in the village as the new locum vet, hired by Paddy Kirk (Dominic Brunt). Nicky is described as being "gorgeous" and Paddy's partner, Rhona (Zoe Henry) is impressed by him.[12] Milburn has described Nicky as being "very confident and cocky about pretty much everything."[13] Nicky will depart in November 2011.[14]

Nicky develops feelings for Genesis Walker (Sian Reese-Williams). Milburn said Gennie's personality is "very endearing to Nicky", he thinks she is "very cute".[13] Nicky does not realise that Gennie is in love with Nikhil Sharma (Rik Makarem).[13] Nicky and Nikhil act "quite macho and testosterone-fuelled" when together, but because of Nicky is so confident, he does not see him as competition.[13] Gennie accepts Nicky's offer of a date after an arguemnet with Nikhil. Nicky behaves in a "cheeky, forward and no-nonsense" manner, which results in the pair having a good time. However, Nikhil see them and becomes jealous.[13] Milburn said that "Nicky's part of a kind of love triangle he has no idea about."[13] Nicky is is deeply touched by Gennie, it is the first time another woman has made "him feel different".[13] While Nicky has had many previous relationships, none have compared to the effect Gennie has on him.[13] Makarem said it has "taken someone of Nicky's calibre, of all his charm and charisma" to take an interest in Gennie, to wake Nikhil up to his own feelings for her.[15]

Makarem later said that Nikhil knows that Gennie does not love Nicky. Nikhil is "suspicious that Nicky's not to be trusted because of his charm and charisma and ease with the ladies."[16] Nikhil thinks that Nicky is cheating on Gennie after he sees him kissing someone. However, this kiss was innocent while greeting his sister-in-law. Nikhil tries to prevoke Nicky into "doing something that gives him away", but when the kiss is revealed to be innocent, Gennie accuses Nikhil of setting Nicky up. A fight in the woolpack then ensues - because Nikhil is "scared" that he has lost Gennie. Makerem opined that Nikhil thinks Nicky cannot "possibly love her the way he does".[16]

Leo Goskirk

Leo Goskirk
Emmerdale character
Portrayed by Theo Tasker
Harry
Introduced by Stuart Blackburn
Duration 2011—
First appearance 31 May 2011
Classification Present, recurring
Profile
Date of birth 31 May 2011
Home Smithy Cottage

Leo Goskirk,[17] played by both Theo Tasker and Harry, made his first on-screen appearance on 31 May 2011.[18] Leo is son of Rhona Goskirk and Marlon Dingle.

Rhona Goskirk (Zoe Henry) realises she is pregnant shortly after ending her relationship with Marlon Dingle (Mark Charnock).[19] During a scan, Rhona and Marlon are told that their baby has Down's Syndrome.[19] Rhona chooses to keep the baby and she, Marlon and her new partner, Paddy Kirk (Dominic Brunt), decide to share the parental responsibilities.[19] Henry told the Daily Mirror that there are two baby boys playing Leo. They are not twins, which are usually cast to portray babies on-screen, and they both have Down's syndrome.[17] Henry revealed that she was "really excited" to get the storyline because it is telling a real story that happens to real people.[17]

The babies who portray Leo are Theo Tasker and Harry.[20] Theo's mother, Dee Tasker, told the Ballymoney and Moyle Times that she is delighted her twelve week old baby is helping to send out a positive message about Down's syndrome.[20] Of this, Tasker said "It is great that Theo can help people see that a baby born Down's syndrome is just the same as any other child who laughs, smiles and is a great wee character."[20] Tasker revealed that a woman at the Child Development Unit said Emmerdale were looking for a Down's Syndrome baby to play the role of Leo and they were invited along to meet the crew.[20] Tasker explained that she and her husband did not want to get involved initially because they were unaware of what the storyline would be.[20] Emmerdale explained the storyline and said that they would be portraying the issue "positively and sensitively", so the Taskers agreed to Theo appearing.[20]

Rhona goes into labour at The Woolpack after she is knocked over by Adam Barton (Adam Thomas) and Aaron Livesy (Danny Miller), who are fighting. She is taken to the hospital accompanied by Marlon, and she gives birth to a boy. After a discussion, Rhona and Marlon name their son, Leo. Paddy comes to visit Leo and Rhona, followed by Aaron, Hazel Rhodes (Pauline Quirke) and Jackson Walsh (Marc Silcock).

Rachel Breckle

Rachel Breckle
Emmerdale character
Portrayed by Gemma Oaten
Introduced by Stuart Blackburn
Duration 2011—
First appearance 19 July 2011
Classification Present, regular
Profile
Home Brook Cottage

Rachel Breckle, played by Gemma Oaten, made her first on-screen appearance on 19 July 2011.[21][22] The character and casting was announced on 3 June 2011.[21] Of her casting, Oaten said "I'm thrilled to be joining Emmerdale. I've always watched the show and getting the part of Rachel is a dream come true. She is a fantastic character and I'm so excited about filming my first scenes."[21] Series producer Stuart Blackburn said he was "delighted" to welcome Oaten to the cast.[21]

Rachel is described as being "defensive, argumentative" and "feisty."[21] She is insistent on defending her young niece Amelia (Daisy Campbell), who is accused of bullying Samson Dingle (Sam Hall).[21] Blackburn said Rachel will "ruffle a few feathers with her straight-talking approach but beneath the surface she is fiercely loyal with a hidden heart of gold." [21] Susan Hill of the Daily Star reported that Rachel would storm into the Dingles' house and accuse Samson of being a bully, shocking his father Sam (James Hooton).[23] Same tries to appease a furious Rachel and she eventually calms down and realises Sam is struggling with Samson.[23] Hill said "She knows exactly what it's like and the pair have a lot more in common than they first think."[23] Rachel and Sam decide to sort things out together and Sam explains that it has been a tough time for Samson and that he promises to talk to him about his behavior.[23] In July 2011, Oaten revealed that members of Rachel's "extended family" would be introduced in the coming months.[22] The actress said "There is a nephew that is coming in too, and there's going to be an extended family that I haven't heard too much about yet, so I'm really excited to see who I'm joined by in the coming months. It'll be great!"[22] Oaten also explained that she would like to explore Rachel's lonely side and see it come out as the weeks go by. She also added Rachel has a "quite a quirky sense of humor."[22]

After her niece, Amelia, tells her she is being bullied by Samson Dingle, Rachel confronts his father, Sam. However, Rachel is forced to apologise to Sam, when she learns Amelia was actually bullying Samson. Rachel and Sam then become friends. Rachel's teenage nephew, Sean (Luke Roskell), finds her and reveals he stole some money from the local garage and Aaron Livesy (Danny Miller) had collapsed while chasing him. Rachel is angered when Aaron's mother, Chas (Lucy Pargeter), threatens Sean and tells him to stay away from Aaron. Rachel is given a job in The Woolpack by Diane Sugden (Elizabeth Estensen). She works alongside Marlon Dingle (Mark Charnock) and she begins to fall for him. However, when Marlon turns Rachel down, she discovers he has feelings for Laurel Thomas (Charlotte Bellamy). Rachel tells Sam she is interested in Brook Cottage, but Nicola King (Nicola Wheeler) tells Rachel she cannot have the house. Rachel shows her sister, Ali (Kelli Hollis), around the cottage and they rent the house from Declan Macey (Jason Merrells). Rachel, Ali, Amelia, Sean and Ali's girlfriend, Ruby Haswell (Alicya Eyo), then move into Brook Cottage.

Sean Spencer

Sean Spencer, played by Luke Roskell, made his first on screen appearance on 10 August 2011.[24][25] Roskell's casting was announced in June 2011.[26] Sean is Ali Spencer's (Kelli Hollis) son and Amelia's (Daisy Campbell) older brother.[24] Much to his horror, Sean's mother left his father for Ruby Haswell (Alicya Eyo).[24] Sean is not happy that his mother has come out as a lesbian and she is no longer with his father.[27] Sean enjoys winding Ruby up.[27] Sean has been described as a "tearaway."[24] The official Emmerdale website said Sean is typical teenager, full of attitude and hates being told what to do. He is "potentially trouble."[27] Ali constantly worries about Sean and hopes village life will calm him down.[27]

Ali Spencer

Ali Spencer
Emmerdale character
Portrayed by Kelli Hollis
Introduced by Stuart Blackburn
Duration 2011—
First appearance 17 October 2011
Classification Present, regular
Profile
Home Brook Cottage
Occupation Factory worker

Alison "Ali" Spencer, played by Kelli Hollis, made her first on screen appearance on 17 October 2011.[24] The character and casting was announced on 28 July 2011.[24] Of joining the cast of Emmerdale, Hollis said "As a Leeds girl myself, getting a role as a new regular character for Emmerdale in my home town is a dream come true. I'm really excited to be playing Ali."[24] Hollis told Daniel Kilkelly of Digital Spy that she received a phone call about the part of Ali.[28] She went on to explain "Alicya and I had different partners in the screen test and I was so sure she would get the part and because she had a different partner, I thought that was it for me. But when I got it, I was just over the moon. I'm from Leeds and live just ten minutes from the studio and Emmerdale is just an institution, so to get a job here is just amazing."[28]

Ali is Rachel Breckle's (Gemma Oaten) sister. She is the mother of Amelia (Daisy Campbell) and Sean Spencer (Luke Roskell).[24] Ali leaves her husband, Dan (Liam Fox), and flat on the Hotten estate for a new start in the village with her children and her girlfriend, Ruby Haswell (Alicya Eyo).[24] Of Ali, a show statement said "Ali is determined to make her new life in Emmerdale with Ruby work, regardless of Sean's reaction and the pleas of her determined ex-husband to give their marriage another go. When faced with the reality of Ali's baggage, does Ruby really feel the same?"[24] Series producer Stuart Blackburn said Ali and Ruby are both down to earth, funny and likeable women.[24] Hollis described Ali as "feisty" and said she would do anything for her children.[28] While she does not have any issues about leaving her husband of fifteen years for a woman, Ali is dealing with how her choice is affecting the family.[28] Hollis said "She just wants to find a way for them all to get on together, including with her sister Rachel. For Ali, everything is about keeping the family together at the moment."[28] Of Ali's relationship with Ruby, Hollis said her character never planned to become a lesbian, but then she met Ruby and fell in love with her. Ali is fully committed to Ruby and did not take the decision to leave her husband lightly.[28]

Ruby Haswell

Ruby Haswell
Emmerdale character
Portrayed by Alicya Eyo
Introduced by Stuart Blackburn
Duration 2011—
First appearance 20 October 2011
Classification Present, regular
Profile
Home Brook Cottage
Occupation Carer

Ruby Haswell, played by Alicya Eyo, made her first on screen appearance on 20 October 2011.[24] The character and casting was announced on 28 July 2011.[24] Of joining Emmerdale, Eyo said "I'm over the moon and can't wait to get started. Being part of a show that I've grown up watching is amazing and Ruby is going to be a lot of fun to play."[24] Ruby is in a relationship with Ali Spencer (Kelli Hollis) and they move into the village with Ali's children.[24] Both Ali and Ruby were tipped to cause a stir with their "no-nonsense attitudes." Series producer, Stuart Blackburn described Ali and Ruby as "down to earth, gritty, funny and likeable."[24]

Eyo told Inside Soap Ruby is really comfortable with herself and her sexuality. She does not feel she has anything to prove.[29] No one in the village is aware Ali is a lesbian, until Brenda Walker (Lesley Dunlop) and Nicola King (Nicola Wheeler) see her and Ruby kissing. Because she is not happy that Ali and Ruby moved in Brook Cottage, Nicola announces they are together in The Woolpack.[29] Of this, Eyo said "I don't think Ruby and Ali are expecting their new life in Emmerdale to be plain sailing by any means. But these women are really dedicated to each other, so I think they can sort anything out between them if they're on the receiving end of any hassle."[29] Eyo added Ruby is already used to gossip and she can handle herself, but if people have a go at Ali or her children, then she will not stand for it.[29]

Ruby arrives in the village to join her partner, Ali, and her two children, Sean (Luke Roskell) and Amelia (Daisy Campbell). Sean is not happy to learn Ruby is moving in too and while he, Ali and Ruby are arguing, Amelia wanders off and is nearly run over by Carl King (Tom Lister). Sam Dingle (James Hooton) pulls Amelia to safety and Ruby realises she has injured her shoulder. She takes everyone to the hospital. When Carl and Cameron Murray (Dominic Power) help move Ali and Ruby's furniture, they are shocked to find out Ali and Ruby are lesbians.

Georgia Sharma

Georgia Sharma, played by Trudie Goodwin, made her first on screen appearance on 3 November 2011. The character and casting was announced on 7 September 2011.[30] Georgia is Nikhil, Jai and Priya Sharma's mother. She and her husband arrive in the village to meet Jai's fiancee, Charity Tate.[30] Georgia is described as being "formidable, demanding and yet witty."[30] Of her casting, Goodwin said "I'm absolutely thrilled to be playing Georgia in Emmerdale. She is a difficult-to-please woman who is set to make life difficult for Charity. I can't wait to start filming next week."[30]

Rishi Sharma

Rishi Sharma, played by Bhasker Patel, made his first on screen appearance on 3 November 2011. The character and casting was announced on 7 September 2011.[30] Rishi is married to Georgia and is father to Nikhil, Jai and Priya Sharma. He and his wife arrive in the village to meet Jai's fiancee, Charity Tate.[30] Rishi is described as being "business-obsessed."[30] Of the Sharma's casting, Stuart Blackburn said "I'm delighted to welcome Trudie, Bhasker and Fiona to the cast. There are plenty of trials and tribulations in store for the ever popular Sharma family."[30]

Dan Spencer

Dan Spencer, played by Liam Fox, made his first on screen appearance on 9 November 2011.[31][32] The character and casting was announced on 11 October 2011.[31] Dan is the father of Amelia (Daisy Campbell) and Sean (Luke Roskell). He is also Ali Spencer's (Kelli Hollis) estranged husband and he arrives in the village hoping to make life difficult for Ali and her new girlfriend, Ruby (Alicya Eyo).[31]

Others

Date(s) Character Actor Circumstances
19 January–24 June Joe Chappell Scott Taylor Joe is Jackson Walsh's carer. Joe takes care of Jackson at home and accompanies him when he is out and about. Joe reveals that he has an overbearing mother. Joe was dismissed by Hazel so she could help care for Jackson in the run up to ending his life. Joe attends Jackson's funeral and helps carry the coffin.
1 February–February Stephanie Ray Elianne Byrne Stephanie is a midwife and an old friend of Rhona Goskirk. Stephanie conducts Rhona's scan at the hospital and Rhona sets her up on a date with Marlon Dingle. Stephanie and Marlon go for drinks at The Woolpack, but Marlon is not impressed with Stephanie.
21 February– Annie Kelly Joanna Bond[33] Annie is Steve's wife. She helps support Hazel Rhodes, whose son, Jackson Walsh, is a quadriplegic. She attends Jackson's funeral with Steve and tells Hazel that she did not give Jackson a chance. She also mentions that she is pregnant.
3 March–March Josh Walsh Benjamin Murphy Josh is Jerry Walsh's son from his second marriage. Jerry brings Josh to the village to introduce him to his half brother Jackson. Jerry asks Jackson to be Josh's godfather and he initially turns down the offer. Aaron Livesy and Hazel Rhodes later convince him to do the job, but he fails to go to the christening after an argument with them. Jerry brings Josh round and Aaron gives him a toy shark as a gift.
28 March–27 May Elliot Windsor Oliver Brooke Elliot is the son of Kelly Windsor and Jimmy King. Kelly brings Elliot with her when she moves back to the village and introduces him to her ex-fiance Jimmy King, whom she claims is Elliot's father. Kelly reveals that Elliot was born after she left the village and Jimmy had not known about him until Kelly got back in touch with him. Kelly and Jimmy sit down with Elliot and try to explain to him that Jimmy is his father. Elliot departs with his mother.
23 June Dylan Murray Mikey Thomasson[34] Dylan and Harry are Cameron Murray's sons. They come to stay with their father in Emmerdale.
Harry Murray Alfie Middlemiss[34]
18 July–16 August Jared Haynes Philip Hill-Pearson[35] Jared arrives in the village to attend a party thrown by his friend, Amy Wyatt. Jared threatens to tell Amy's guardians about her past and he starts to blackmail her for money. He later reveals Amy ruined his family, by having sex with his father. Zak Dingle tells Jared to leave and he does.
19 July– Amelia Spencer Daisy Campbell[21] Amelia is Rachel Breckle's young niece, who accuses Samson Dingle of bullying her. Rachel and Sam try to sort the situation out and Sam accuses Amelia of bullying Samson.
25–28 July Prosecutor James Gaddas[36] Gaddas plays the prosecutor during Aaron Livesy's trial.
25–28 July Defense Tony Maudsley[36] Maudsley is Aaron Livesy's lawyer.
25–28 July Judge Mary Jo Randle[36] Randle is the judge presiding over Aaron Livesy's trial.

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