Coronation Street star reveals new love interest who has been in the soap before
Fans of the soap opera will recognize the new character coming to Coronation Street.
Since 2003, Anthony Cotton has played the role of machinist Sean Tully, and he just gave fans a peek at his newest love interest.
Robert Shaw Cameron, 46, joined the cast after Sean dumped his abusive lover Frank Bardsley, he stated.
He previously had a small part in Corrie and also had roles in The Bill, Holby City, and Heartbeat.
The actor shared a photo of the two from the recent Coronation Street summer party on Twitter. “This one may be a keeper,” Antony remarked next to the image. #RobShawCameron #Shaw #Laurence @itvcorrie @ITV
2011 saw Robert’s last appearance on the cobblestones. In the episode, he had the role of a police officer.
In 2002, Ricky & Bianca, an Eastenders spinoff, gave him his first television role. Anthony disclosed that he has renewed his contract with the long-running ITV soap opera last year.
In a statement to the Daily Star on Sunday, Antony said, “I recently signed a new deal. I’ve always maintained that I’m pleased to be there if they are as well. Don’t fix something that isn’t broken.
“I feel that even more so now because there is less job available. I am quite fortunate to have a job.