Willy Roper

Willy Roper is a fictional character from the BBC soap opera EastEnders, played by Michael Tudor-Barnes from June 1995 to June 1996.

Villainous Willy was dubbed "Wicked Willy" by the British press after he framed Arthur Fowler for embezzlement, leading to his wrongful imprisonment. The truth was eventually uncovered by Arthur's wife Pauline, though it was too late for Arthur — he died shortly after his release due to a head injury he sustained in a prison riot.

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Willy Roper - Character Creation and Development
... Introduced in June 1995, Willy played a key part in the long-running storyline that eventually led to the exit of one of EastEnders' original characters, Arthur Fowler ... The storyline began innocently, with Willy coaxing Arthur to become the chair of the allotment committee, which later involved fund raising for a new urban garden, which was known as the "Flowe ... For several months viewers witnessed Willy attempt to woo Pauline, but she eventually uncovered his deception and then resorted to uncharacteristic seduction to gain his confession ...