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Actor, television presenter and radio broadcaster '''Ted Robbins''' (born [[11th August]] [[1955]]  in [[Liverpool]]) has appeared on ''[[Coronation Street]]'' in two minor roles: firstly in [[September 2000]] as a club [[DJ (Episode 4887)|DJ]] where the [[Underworld]] girls took bride-to-be [[Linda Sykes]] on her hen night; and returned to the programme in the autumn of [[2009]] as [[Officer McAlister]] - a guard at [[Highfield Prison]] where [[John Stape]] was incarcerated.
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Actor, television presenter and radio broadcaster '''Ted Robbins''' (born [[11th August]] [[1955]] in [[Liverpool]]) has appeared on ''[[Coronation Street]]'' in two minor roles: firstly in [[September 2000]] as a club [[DJ (Episode 4887)|DJ]] where the [[Underworld]] girls took bride-to-be [[Linda Sykes]] on her hen night; and returned to the programme in the autumn of [[2009]] as [[Officer McAlister]] - a guard at [[Highfield Prison]] where [[John Stape]] was incarcerated.
   
 
His other credits include ''Kate and Ted's Show, That Peter Kay Thing, The League of Gentlemen, City Central, Dalziel and Pascoe, Mersey Beat, Holby City, Phoenix Nights, Heartbeat, Little Britain, The Chase, Come Fly with Me, The Slammer, Benidorm'' and ''Mount Pleasant'' and also penned the [[1997]] TV movie entitled ''Animal Madness''.
 
His other credits include ''Kate and Ted's Show, That Peter Kay Thing, The League of Gentlemen, City Central, Dalziel and Pascoe, Mersey Beat, Holby City, Phoenix Nights, Heartbeat, Little Britain, The Chase, Come Fly with Me, The Slammer, Benidorm'' and ''Mount Pleasant'' and also penned the [[1997]] TV movie entitled ''Animal Madness''.

Revision as of 17:10, 12 April 2014

Actor, television presenter and radio broadcaster Ted Robbins (born 11th August 1955 in Liverpool) has appeared on Coronation Street in two minor roles: firstly in September 2000 as a club DJ where the Underworld girls took bride-to-be Linda Sykes on her hen night; and returned to the programme in the autumn of 2009 as Officer McAlister - a guard at Highfield Prison where John Stape was incarcerated.

His other credits include Kate and Ted's Show, That Peter Kay Thing, The League of Gentlemen, City Central, Dalziel and Pascoe, Mersey Beat, Holby City, Phoenix Nights, Heartbeat, Little Britain, The Chase, Come Fly with Me, The Slammer, Benidorm and Mount Pleasant and also penned the 1997 TV movie entitled Animal Madness.