List Of East Enders Characters (2006)
The following is a list of characters that first appeared in the BBC soap opera EastEnders in 2006, by order of first appearance.
Read more about List Of East Enders Characters (2006): Marie Matthews, Oliver Cousins, Guy Matthews, Megan Macer, Yanis Pappas, Nico Pappas, Anna Pappas, Helen Pappas, Chris Pappas, Bert Atkinson, Jack Edwards, Jez Franks, Briony Campbell, David Walsh, Carla Mitchell, Ray, Elaine Jarvis, Victor Brown, Steve Clarke, SJ Fletcher, Malma Chaudury, Gemma Clewes, PC Lance, Caroline Bishop, Tony Andrews, Al, Sid Clarke, Rachel Branning, Maeve Brown, Annie Grey, Liz Turner, Graham Stone, Bryan Nolan, Joy Lucas, Cedric Lucas, Karin Jones, Susan Gilbride, Aubrey Valentine, Nina Brown, Kate Chole, Preeti Choraria, Wayne Thompson, Li Chong, Linda Clarke, Evie Brown, Lydia Asler, Kim Smith, Tony Smith
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... Tony Smith EastEnders characterPortrayed by Enzo Squillino Jr ... Duration 2006Appears on 19 December 2006Classification Former guest Family Wife Kim Smith Tony Smith and his wife Kim were the prospective foster parents of Petal Mitchell ...
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