Alfie Moon

Alfie Moon

Alfred William "Alfie" Moon is a fictional character from the BBC soap opera EastEnders, played by Shane Richie. He made his first appearance on 21 November 2002, and left on 25 December 2005. He returned to EastEnders on 21 September 2010, following the return of on-screen wife Kat (Jessie Wallace) two episodes previously. Some of the character's most prominent storylines have included: his turbulent relationship with - and later marriage to - Kat Slater; the dementia and death of his grandmother; and believing that Kat's son Tommy had died of cot death, whereas in fact Ronnie Branning had switched him with her own deceased child.

Read more about Alfie Moon:  Creation and Development, Reception

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Alfie Moon - Reception
... Richie has received immediate acclaim for bringing humour to a programme so depressing and has won a number of awards and nominations for his portrayal of Alfie ... In the National Television Awards, he won Most Popular Actor in 2003, with nominations in 2004 and 2005 ...
Shane Richie - Television Roles
... As Alfie Moon, in EastEnders, Richie received immediate acclaim for bringing humour to a programme often panned for being too depressing ... he said in an interview with Digital Spy that he would love to return to EastEnders as Alfie Moon ... announced on The One Show that his character Alfie Moon would return to EastEnders ...
List Of East Enders Characters (2002) - Alfie Moon
... Alfie Moon, played by Shane Richie, makes his first appearance on 21 November 2002, and leaves on 25 December 2005 ... to – Kat Slater the dementia and death of his granmother, Nana Moon (Hilda Braid) believing that Kat's son Tommy had died of cot death, whereas in fact Ronnie Branning (Samantha Womack) had ...

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