Coronation Street theory: Sean Tully to meet unexpected love interest from George’s past

CORONATION STREET is about to welcome a new resident, who quickly draws Sean Tully’s attention.

According to a fresh idea from, Sean may find himself on the wrong side of love when old secrets surface.

Brookside actor Simon O’Brien has been hired in a new romance storyline on Coronation Street, according to the show’s producers.

Simon is best known for his role as Damon Grant in the Channel 4 television series Damon Grant, which aired from 1982 until 2003.

Frank Bradley, Simon’s new character, is ready to set tongues turning as he begins a new romance with Sean (Anthony Cotton), but spoilers indicate that Frank is not all he appears to be, as his link with George Shuttleworth is soon discovered.

Simon started filming at Coronation Street two months ago, and Frank first appeared on the cobbles in late May.

When he first arrives in Weatherfield, he meets Sean in the Rovers Return, and the two begin flirting with one another.

Sean is ecstatic about the prospect of finding love again, but his joy may be short-lived because George has doubts about his coming in the town.

An insider from Coronation Street told Digital Spy: “While Sean is enamored with Frank, there could be more to him than meets the eye.

“Frank went to school with local undertaker George Shuttleworth, who is suspicious of him because he knows facts about his history.

“Is Frank still the same guy George knew all those years ago, or has he evolved?”

According to reports, Frank will be seen on screen for the following few months as the friendship between Sean and George develops.

Will Sean and Frank hit it off right away, or will George put a stop to their romance before it ever gets started?

“Welcome, the newest member of the team, Frank Bardsley, portrayed by Simon O’Brien!” posted Coronation Street’s official Instagram page, welcoming Simon to the Cobbles.

“Could there be love in the air for someone lucky on The Street?”

Viewers of the show and fans of Brookside were overjoyed to see him arrive in Weatherfield, with user @Ryboxo adding, “Fine casting!”

“He could certainly be Stu’s son?” “I’m old enough to recall him being in ‘Brookside’ (just) #coronationstreet seems very similar.”

“Great!” added @Marcelle.connjamieson. I’ve been watching Simon’s Great House Giveaway!”

“I remember Damon from Brookie looking forward to seeing what he gets up to,” @josiesworld07 said. Please don’t make him into another Villain.”

“Oh excellent, he’ll be amusing xxxx,” @margiebennette1878 said. (sic)

Simon is best known to soap fans for his role as Damon on Brookside, which he played from 1982 until 1987.

He earned the role of Bobby and Sheila Grant’s son when he was just 16 years old, and he was quickly immersed in a number of tense plots.

His relationship with Debbie McGrath is the one that jumps out and sticks in the thoughts of the audience (Gillian Kearney).

Fans were devastated when Damon was stabbed by Crosby (Johnathan Comer) and died as a result of his injuries.

After Damon was killed off during a three-part Brookside spin-off series, Simon’s departure from the program created soap history.

This is sometimes referred to as the UK’s first “soap bubble,” as it features well-known characters in independent episodes.

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